Archive of month: January 2011

I’ve been in Park City for a few days now and finally had a chance to venture out and see a film off shift. I decided to check out the Shorts Program V. I really enjoyed the program, an eclectic blend of stories all about the human condition. It was a late showing of the […]
Today we celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King. There are many posts out there highlighting his life, his dream, and his legacy. I’m not going to attempt to compete with them. Instead, I just wanted to share perhaps my favorite story related to Dr. Martin Luther King. It comes from This American Life. In its June […]
I’ll admit it. This blog entry is going to have a lot of frequent flyer info in it. Trust me, there will be a point to it even if you aren’t on a plane that often. Just walk with me… or perhaps I should say “fly” with me… I travel a lot. It’s the nature […]
I was pretty busy this past Saturday morning, running around and accomplishing several errands. I was even begin to prepare a blog about the whole Southwest Airlines customer service mistake (I’ll write about that later this week), but then I turned on facebook and started to read news reports about a horrible tragedy that took […]
Last Thursday I sat down at my local AMC and watched Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush, and Helen Bonham Carter in The King’s Speech. If you haven’t at least seen the trailer for this film, based on the true story of King George VI and his “quest to find his voice,” take a moment to watch […]