Meet Judge Elreta Alexander, the first African American judge elected to the bench in North Carolina.
Indian Country: A Review
Over the holidays, I traveled back home to my area of the woods in southern Indiana. Because I'm a librarian, my relatives will corner me with book recommendations. It's a bonding thing. 99% of the time I've read, or at least heard of, the books they're talking about. This time was a little different. One … Continue reading Indian Country: A Review
Tell Me A Story… or not.
I review a serialized epic and subversive drama about fairy tales and interior design.
Requiem: Angels Wear the Best Sweaters
A review of Netflix's Requiem. Who cares about plot or character development when you're wearing the world's most fabulous fisherman sweater?
The Daily Planet Giant globe attached to the N.C. Museum of Natural Science in downtown Raleigh. Acorn Raleigh is the City of Oaks. To symbolize that, there's a giant acorn in Moore's Square, downtown Raleigh. Cee's Black and White Challenge - Large Subjects
Here's a story about Haywood Hall. Haywood Hall is a historical site in downtown Raleigh. Built somewhere between 1799 to 1801, it has the distinction of being the oldest house within the original city limits remaining on its original foundation. It houses period furnishings and is open for tours on certain days of the week. … Continue reading Story
I was getting ready to leave when the call came in. My partner knocked, then stuck his head around the corner. "Boss? We got another one." Figures. Always right when you're leaving. I sighed. "Another what?" He swallowed, unable to meet my eyes. "A shoe." I grimaced. "Are you sure? I thought we had them sequestered … Continue reading The Shoe