Daily Archives: July 8, 2016

Audiobook Review: The American Plate

The American Plate:  A Culinary History In 100 Bites, by Libby H. O’Connell, read by Tanya Eby It is singularly unfortunate that there should be so much in the way of bad social history being written by people who have … Continue reading

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Age Ain’t Nothin’ But A Number

Fifteen years ago today, on July 7, 2001, Aaliyah released her third and final studio album, a self-titled album that had come five years after her sophomore album “One In A Million.”  A few weeks later, she died in a … Continue reading

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Rock The Boat

A wide contrast in how one can think of rocking the boat can be seen in the comparison of how that action is perceived by Aaliyah in her hit “Rock The Boat” and in the Guys and Dolls number “Sit … Continue reading

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Book Review: Anxiety And Avoidance

Anxiety And Avoidance:  A Universal Treatment For Anxiety, Panic, And Fear Based On Proven Techniques From Cognitive Behavioral Therapy And Mindfulness And Acceptance Therapies, by Michael A. Tompkins, PhD This book is clearly aimed at its target audience, that portion … Continue reading

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