The winter of 2015

Not as much snow as our northern friends, but no less beautiful...

The artwork of Cameron Hobbs

A young artist to watch out for.

Tammy the Pup approves of new look!

Semi-psychotic pooch gives two paws-up to The Knight Shift's overhaul.

Movies I've Never Seen: THE BIG LEBOWSKI

"It really tied the room together."

Catherine Rose: genius, pioneer, mother

A story of love, creativity, and perfect timing.

Friday, April 27, 2012

Two beautiful things in one photo

So for the past several weeks your friend and humble blogger has been busy.

How busy? I was at ActionFest in Asheville two weeks ago, and I still haven't had time to do a decent write-up about it (including pictures of me with Tom Berenger and a few other folks). Heck, I'm dying to tell y'all about just Solomon Kane (easily the finest and most faithful adaptation of a Robert E. Howard character I've yet beheld).

That's all coming soon, I think, Along with a piece that I've been wrestling with for some time now, and now is the time to finally unload it.

But since a number of nice e-mails have come in asking "where the heck are you Chris?!" and since it's been too gosh-darn long since I've posted any more photos of the lovely ladies in my family, I thought I'd make up for it.

Want to see a new picture of my ravishingly beautiful cousin Rachael?

Of course ya do! So here you go...

Hee-hee-hee!! Well, that is Rachael, whether or not you wanna take my word for it. Along with a beautiful sunrise on the coast of Florida. Two beautiful creations of God, together in one photo.

Now let me get back to work, and maybe there'll be more to come this weekend :-)

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Dick Clark has passed away

Dick Clark, who some of us really did think would live forever, passed away today.

He wasn't an actor. He wasn't a singer. He wasn't a dancer. And yet Dick Clark probably made more of a positive impact on pop culture than the vast majority of entertainers put together. Between his groundbreaking American Bandstand on through his New Years Eve specials and game shows, Clark defined what it meant to be a modern professional entertainer and businessperson. The dude never quit, even when he was hit with that debilitating stroke in 2004. By all accounts, he was the most classy of people. And it goes without saying: he really was America's oldest teenager.

Thoughts and prayers going out to his family tonight.