What I learned this week, January 30, 2015

Writing in my Moleskine Journal outside the Mojo Lounge, Decatur Street, French Quarter, New Orleans

Writing in my Moleskine Journal outside the Mojo Lounge, Decatur Street, French Quarter, New Orleans

The Value of Remembering Ordinary Moments


Shaun is having a bad day.

Shaun is having a bad day.

The 100 Best “B Movies” of All Time

The scary thing is that I’ve seen almost all of these. Really happy that The Magic Sword is on here at #50. The article says, “I imagine I would have loved this movie if I was a child growing up in the early 1960s.” Well, I did grow up then and I did love the film.

Totally agree with #1, by the way.


Detail from Eyes of the Cat, by Moebius and  Alejandro Jodorowsky

Detail from Eyes of the Cat, by Moebius and Alejandro Jodorowsky

10 Science Fiction Illustrators You Should Know

Detail from Eyes of the Cat, by Moebius and  Alejandro Jodorowsky

Detail from Eyes of the Cat, by Moebius and Alejandro Jodorowsky

Eyes of the Cat


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Ranking Dallas’ Best Neighborhoods for Restaurants

I know there will be a lot of disagreement, but I’d rate my inner-ring suburb, with its wealth of ethnic choices, up there with a lot of these. We’re only missing high-end dining, which I can’t afford (who can?) anyway.


Dancing Frogs and a 5 Dollar Chicken Fajita Bowl.

Dancing Frogs and a 5 Dollar Chicken Fajita Bowl.

The Return of the Dancing Frogs

A Guide to Lowest Greenville


Abandoned Futuro House Found in Royce City Texas


Commander's Palace

Commander’s Palace

The 25 Classic Restaurants Every New Orleanian Must Try

As best as I can remember, I think I’ve been to fourteen of these – some of them a long time ago. The next one I want to go to is Willie Mae’s Scotch House for the fried chicken and the Mac and Cheese.

Bikes locked up in front of Parkway, New Orleans, Louisiana

Bikes locked up in front of Parkway, New Orleans, Louisiana

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