Daily Archives: October 13, 2015

Album Review: Inside Information

“Inside Information,” the sixth studio album for Foreigner [1], marked a notable downward trend in the band’s commercial fortunes. Despite two top ten hits, “Say You Will,” and “I Don’t Want To Live Without You,” both of them angsty romantic … Continue reading

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Book Review: Forms Of Constraint

Forms Of Constraint: A History Of Prison Architecture, Norman Johnston Recently, while visiting the site of the Territorial Prison in Laramie Wyoming [1], I had the opportunity to pick up this obscure but interesting book, which looks at the history … Continue reading

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A Celebration For No One

Today happens to be a national holiday for Christopher Columbus, a man who actually existed, even if it appears that for various reasons, including his apparent family background, he cloaked his identity in a web of deception [1]. Among certain … Continue reading

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