Keith Gatling | 8 months ago
In the upper left-hand corner of the windshield of my van are two stickers. One tells me when to come back for my next oil change and the other tells...
Bad guys foiled by the guy played by Dwayne Johnson?
If you lived through and paid any sort of attention to the real life and times of one Freddie Mercury and the band he led called Queen, you should recall...
Take a good look at the blue pinwheels set up in the LPL gardens that flank the building on Tulip and Second streets.
Keith Gatling | 10 months ago
Once upon a time, back in the 20th century, there were only two places to watch the limited number of things that were out there…on TV or at the movies.
Fifty years ago, Neil Armstrong stepped down that Apollo 11 ladder and made history.
Sometimes unlikely stuff plays out up there on the screen. Hollywood folks can decide to flip the roles in three-decades-later remake of a flick that’s somewhat of a cult classic...
In the fifth(!) installment of the movie series first adapted 28(!!) years ago from Michael Crichton’s forward- and backward-thinking novel Jurassic Park, the island set aside for the dinosaurs is...
Old Man and the Gun review
Imagine, if you will, a grown-up Christopher Robin ear-deep in a dilemma. He lives in London with a wife and daughter. He’s in charge of the family luggage company.
More LPL programs will be taking place out in the community in February and March.
The joy of ABBA’s music surely lives on with Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.
Stop, in the name of love!
”Pop singer Ed Sheeran’s album Divide held down the No. 2 spot. The rock and rap of Kid Rock in Sweet Southern Sugar took No. 3.Check out the label's album...
At some point about halfway through the strikingly poignant documentary Won’t You Be My Neighbor? the parade of people who pay homage to the man whom America came to know...
Tell Shailene Woodley that she’s Tami Oldham, and the actress is all in.
Keith Gatling | 13 months ago
I can’t begin to tell you how many times I see people here in the library who want to take something out, but don’t have their library card with them.
There’s so much going for The 15:17 to Paris.
The musicians in the Onyx Clarinet Quartet will make sure of that.They promise a set of music to wrap up the Fall Music Series: From Bluegrass to Polka to Holiday...
Keith Gatling | 14 months ago
I love gift cards.
Danny Ocean is gone, we find out in the fourth installment of the franchise that made his last name and big crime game famous, but his sister Debbie is fresh...
Keith Gatling | 14 months ago
Too many passwords! Just too many darned passwords!
There could be surprises sprung at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 18, in the Carman Community Room during the third concert of the Fall Music Series: From Bluegrass to Polka to...
Keith Gatling | 15 months ago
What’s a throwaway password? It’s a password for a website that you use very rarely. Perhaps it’s a shopping website that you use maybe once or twice a year, but...
Transformation is the name of the game in Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.
The story about the making of this particular monster really is quite a dilly.
Fritz’s Polka Band will fill the Carman Community Room with happy sounds this Sunday. Oct. 21.That much you can bank on.Fritz Scherz has been making me smile with his music...
Keith Gatling | 15 months ago
The last time I was here, I said how you shouldn’t use the same password everywhere. I also said that there were a couple of exceptions to this.
Keith Gatling | 16 months ago
By now, many of you have probably already heard that Facebook’s been hacked, and that you should change your password.
So a middle-aged set of parents drop their daughter off for her senior year at college, and as soon as they reach the car for the ride back home, hubby...
Thanks to all who volunteered for the year-long effort of book sorting, setting up, sale operation and break down.
As the wonderful, honorable stars do their reliably solid work in Book Club, I’m still not ever quite all there.
Life sure didn’t come easy for young Bart Millard.
By Keith Gatling | 17 months ago
Mr. G tackles the issue of Cellular vs. WiFi via video.
BFL and “Visible Soul” are named very well.
Everything about The Greatest Showman comes off quite grand.
By Keith Gatling | 18 months agoTake a video trip to the land of WiFi with LPL tech guy Mr. G.
If you were a card-carrying kid of the 1960s or 70s, A Wrinkle in Time most likely made its way into your holy-cow discussions. Library card, that is.
You bet that Black Panther goes where no superhero movie ever previously dared.
There is no fake news in The Post. Weak-kneed journalists need not apply as the president and his justice department followers attempt to put the clamps on a free press.
The trio Rainbow Missy and the Grin Reapers promise a versatile set when they open the figurative doors to the outdoor concert season with a show on the Dinosaur Garden...
Before Thurgood Marshall could become one of the icons of American culture by righting so many injustices and becoming the first African American Supreme Court Justice, the young attorney had...
The history lessons in Darkest Hour shine various lights on Winston Churchill, the King and his Empire, and the oh-so-many players linked to them in the days that Adolph Hitler’s...
By Keith Gatling | 20 months ago
If you, like me, are at “a certain age” – and even if you are younger – you might find that things below a certain font size are incredibly hard...
Don’t let the fact that The Breadwinner uses the format of animation to drive home its message fool you.
Just imagine if your family beat down your dream at every turn. And I mean your extended family. Parents, grandparents, cousins, the whole mass of generations.
Nate and Isabel Pullman know they have something special with their son Auggie. The kid’s a true delight marching around in his NASA astronaut helmet, brandishing his love for space...