Monthly Archives: March 2012

Voyager, DVD I


I got the DVD that was being offered on QVC (also the CD), and this is a review of the one I have.  I am aware that this one really has little to do with the show on PBS, which … Continue reading

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X-Factor Auditions 3/22/12


Sarah, my niece, came to Austin to audition for X-Factor.  I went as her support.  I won’t be able to see her audition, I have to stay in my seat when her group (re seating in Erwin Center) are called. … Continue reading

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Dancing With The Stars


I thought this was the very best first night of all of the seasons so far, and I found it impossible to make any predictions this early.  There was not really any bad dancing last night.  Like Lynn, I tend … Continue reading

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CT, QVC, Les Mis, and musing about music


I had a lovely weekend – I hope you did too. First of all, from midnight Friday to midnight Saturday (or 11-11 in my time zone), I had QVC on television.  Now usually they have had all 24 hours dedicated … Continue reading

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Phantom of the Opera


Last night, on PBS, I saw the 25th anniversary of Phantom of the Opera.  The show starred Ramin Karimloo as the Phantom.   Ramin is fairly new to me, though I have seen him in the 25th anniversary of Les Mis, … Continue reading

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Some things political


Just a few things jotted from news shows in the past few days. The new Infrastructure bill has passed the Senate 74 to 26.  It now heads to the House, where the Boehner/Cantor faction is expected to not pass it.  … Continue reading

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Rick Santorum


Yesterday, March 13, Rick Santorum walked away with Mississippi and Alabama.  I don’t think it was expected.  By anyone.  But I, as a liberal Democrat, am thrilled.  Rick Santorum cannot beat Barak Obama, and while I don’t think Romney can … Continue reading

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