I love the poster for the upcoming movie, Antigonish. I can't tell if it's the Swallows returning to Capistrano or the Seagulls returning to Antigonish. Not that it matters, as it evokes the dark aura I believe the filmmakers are aiming at.
Again, I must lament not that movies are being made elsewhere, but that they are not being made in Sturbridge Country.
A blog about movies and the Sturbridge area, including The Brookfields, Brimfield, Charlton, Holland, Wales, and Spencer as well as adjacent towns.
Thursday, September 30, 2010
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And the post screening social at W Lounge was a hit too. Okay, this is a bit of shameless self promotion. I had a small part in this movie. Congratulations to the people who made it. We should be making movies in this area. But it is not happening. Oh Well.
Saturday, September 11, 2010
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Friday, September 3, 2010
The Sturbridge Times Magazine is out, both print and online. This is the monthly notice wherein I, with no shame, tout my unworthy offerings.
On Page 12 is the story of Wally and Michelle Connors and Socks for Siberia. Talk about people with big hearts.
Ridge Shinn is passionate in a measured way about what he believes in. Read about him on Page 16.
Think our regional salvation will come with building a casino? Think again. Others have thought it was a sure fire plan. How'd that work out? Read the Review of Havana Nocturne on Page 19.
Got a buck? Maybe you too can overpay for a national news magazine. Read about it in my column, Musings From Long Hill Road on Page 26.
I am not the only one writing. There are many entertaining and useful articles that I had nothing to do with. You can read the magazine online by clicking here and downloading a pdf, or you can click on the graphic below to find out where to pick one up.