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    LEESE FITCH CHARDONNAY Located in Sonoma, California, Leese Fitch wine has won multiple awards.  Included in their winnings are Silver Medals at the California State Fair in 2011 for both their Chardonnay and their Cabernet Sauvignon. Their wines are produced in Napa and are bottled with a unique peel and reseal ZORK closure instead of […]

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  • Restaurant Review//Anthony’s Italian Kitchen // A Family Business

    Restaurant Review//Anthony’s Italian Kitchen // A Family Business When I think of Italian food, I think of hearty rich flavors and family. Pizzas, pastas, and various salads may also come to mind. In the old FIG location in Northport, a new restaurant has arrived, Anthony’s Italian Kitchen. Though Anthony’s may seem like any other eatery […]

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  • Tater Tot Breakfast Casserole

    Tater Tot Breakfast Casserole I have been making tater tot casserole for my family for dinner as long as I can remember. I don’t know when the recipe gained popularity, but it was probably around the time tater tots were invented! I know the recipe has been around for a long time. I recently stumbled across […]

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  • Even Mississippi by Melany Neilson

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    Even Mississippi by Melany Neilson About the book Even Mississippi is a well-crafted and engaging account that is not only good reading but also a penetrating commentary on several social, political, and historical themes. This is the story of Robert Clark’s two unsuccessful campaigns for a Congressional seat, in 1982 and 1984, and is written […]

  • A Year of Success for Ernest & Hadley Booksellers


    A Year of Success for Ernest & Hadley Booksellers Easty Lambert-Brown knew she wanted to open a bookstore, but never told anybody. On a trip to Paris with her husband, she visited Ernest Hemingway’s Paris home, where he lived with his first wife. As Lambert-Brown looked through the camera at her husband posing in the […]

  • DADDY’S HOME 2 // More Daddys, More Problems.

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    DADDY’S HOME 2 // More Daddys, More Problems. “Sex Drive” writer & director Sean Anders scored a box office hit back in 2015 when he cast slapstick comic Will Ferrell and smash-up action hero Mark Wahlberg respectively as stepdad and dad in “Daddy’s Home” (2015), a boisterous comedy of errors about parenthood.  Happily, Anders’s Yuletide […]

  • Indians Playing Indian

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    Indians Playing Indian//Multiculturalism and Contemporary Indigenous Art in North America by Monika Siebert Contemporary indigenous peoples in North America confront a unique predicament. While they are reclaiming their historic status as sovereign nations, mainstream popular culture continues to depict them as cultural minorities similar to other ethnic Americans. These depictions of indigenous peoples as “Native […]

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  • Jason Isbell//Life is Good

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    Jason Isbell//Life is Good Life is clearly good for Jason Isbell. Since embracing sobriety five years ago, his career has seen an upward trajectory with a string of critically and commercially acclaimed albums that have won him Grammys and Americana Music Honors & Awards. Isbell’s personal life has blossomed as well. He and Amanda Shires […]

  • Top 10 Albums of 2017

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    Top 10 Albums of 2017 Many years produce an album or two that scream year’s best album from the first listen. This was not that kind of year. In fact, picking a top album was tough since there wasn’t a lot to separate any of the albums I ranked in the top five and each […]

  • For NEEDTOBREATHE, Three is the Magic Number.

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    For NEEDTOBREATHE, three is the magic number. Early this year, the Grammy-nominated band from South Carolina announced their “All the Feels” tour, an all-encompassing trek across the U.S split into three parts: Under the stars, Electric and Acoustic. Marketed as “More Songs, More Ways”, the twenty-plus-city hurdle might be their biggest feat yet. Three also […]



    CHEVELLE //  THE NORTH CORRIDOR Chevelle might not be considered one of the top acts in hard rock. The Chicago-based trio hasn’t had multiple platinum albums of bands like Disturbed or Shinedown, and doesn’t headline amphitheaters and arenas. But drummer Sam Loeffler isn’t complaining about where Chevelle is two decades and eight albums into the […]