This post is for writers only – especially budding or semi-experienced screenwriters. Some helpful tips, and general rules about screenplay construction… back to food next time.
Glorious Spam, Velveeta, Tater Tots, White Castle sliders! Sometimes I’m overcome with a powerful urge to eat the way much of America eats – just not too often. So today we binge-shopped at Hannaford…
Is Ranked Choice Voting copacetic with Maine’s Constitution? Most say yes. And many say the issue is just a naysayer’s red herring, a distraction to keep us off balance come November.
A quick look at quantum entanglement, as un-geeky as I can make it, and how life in Maine seems to reflect – and refract – similar concepts and effects. I finally got tired of canning enough to write this…
In which I remind you there are sometimes good causes just to nod and smile. Monomouths are rare, but daunting.
I have a Sunday New York Times puzzle out today (along with friend George Barany), and a new novel. Both, I believe, are highly entertaining, but that’s up to you to decide.
Moving on… great memories, many happy moments. But… time to move on.
Ranked-Choice Voting is Question 5 on this November’s Maine ballot. It’s an idea that could radically alter our political landscape, and if adopted nationally, could release us from the straitjacket of the two-party system.
A delightful and instructive tour of our kitchen for future house-sitters, and also as a note to self. Every kitchen has its foibles, and ours is no exception.
Pommes Dauphine is a classic French dish combining potatoes with a choux pastry – difficult to make but fabulous to eat. And we revisit more memories of my late cousin Joe Hyde, “semi-legendary” chef among his celebrity clients and friends.