I hope you are all having a splendid 4th of July. Lots of sunshine and warmth here. Let me offer one of my favorite songs of America, one that seems ever more apt in hard times:
Also, you can read about my recent chat with "Warehouse 13's" Eddie McClintock here.
This week's DVD column, with lots of crime and punishment (from "Dragnet" to "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo," and a stop for some vintage film noir) is here.
The bride and I have projects for today and tomorrow, but spent a good part of yesterday relaxing. Prepared a bunch of food for last night and today (skillet macaroni, a fruit salad to go with turkey burgers tonight, cold veggie pizza for lunches), watched a terrible movie in the evening -- "When in Rome," gak -- and had a fine time during the day at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. The bride's first visit, and I go intermittently enough to find it fresh. One thing it brought back to the memory was this vintage bit of bubblegum:
Hope that gives you a little extra smile for the day.