By Lawrence Hall Word Count: 83 Rating: G Summary: A tongue in cheek shot at pilgrimages and Chaucer Astride his horse, the gift-shop blisful martir Raises his glov’ed hand in priestly blessing For those who wear his token in evidence Of a devout pilgrimage to Canterbury By tour bus those who wolden ryde there... Continue Reading →
By Kevin Derby Word Count: 2100 Rating: G Summary: Kevin delivers a tongue-in-cheek summary of the holiday movies of his childhood. On the last Christmas afternoon of the 20th century, my younger brother and I sat mesmerized in front of the TV watching Krull. Now, Krull is not one of the better sci-fi/fantasy films of... Continue Reading →
"I like to think I'm helping people," she said mildly. "I know in my heart that I do, though it's not the kind of profession where people shower you with gratitude."
"Deep in the mountains in a hidden cave is a sword. This sword gives unbelievable power, power not even I can begin to understand. It is being sought by enemy, Marvin the Maligned. He mustn't get it, Bart."
I had the intriguing experience of attending a town hall meeting hosted by Gettysburg College. The guest of honor was none other than the ever-eye-brow-raising Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont.
"We need the chosen one to break into the fortress and unlock the gates. Then he or she will give the signal, and we will infiltrate the fortress and save Mousina."