Monthly Archives: December 2017

Second Time Around – Carolyn Dickson of Second Sitting & Jenni Owens of Upcycle Treasure Box



Carolyn Dickson of Second Sitting in St. Louis specializes in finding a “second sitting” for furniture and home accessories.  This resale and consignment home furnishings and accessories store gets a lot of furniture from display homes, staging companies, and showrooms in the area that are turning over their merchandise. A great way to reuse furniture … Continue reading Second Time Around – Carolyn Dickson of Second Sitting & Jenni Owens of Upcycle Treasure Box


Season 5, Episode 4 – “A Life Earned” – Reviewed!



Children as commodities? Meeting another skillfully power’d Inhuman? There’s a lot to get to inside this episode that includes all these things and – another Team members arrival? It’s the 4th entry of season 5 for The Agents of SHIELD and it’s time to review it all with detailed, educational flair! It’s time for the … Continue reading Season 5, Episode 4 – “A Life Earned” – Reviewed!


The Other Catholics – a Visit with Julie Byrne



Julie Byrne, author of The Other Catholics: Remaking America’s Largest Religion, situates independent Catholicism within the sprawling landscape of American religion and her own history.  Raised by Catholic academics that challenged Roman Catholic dogma in their life and teachings, Dr. Byrne carries the torch illuminating the edges of her childhood religion and discovering “Other Catholics” … Continue reading The Other Catholics – a Visit with Julie Byrne


Lethal Listings – 13 Worst Horror Remakes



Nothing is sacred! Everything old is new again! Hollywood has raped my childhood! Whenever we here any of these statements uttered by our family, friends or co-workers, it can only mean one thing…REMAKES! Sadly, Horror seems to be the genre studios gravitate towards to make some fast cash. And while SOME remakes range from great to nearly … Continue reading Lethal Listings – 13 Worst Horror Remakes


The Eyes of Our Homes – Windows… Debbie Kinsinger of Two Blind Guys and Keith Kessler of Pella Windows



Debbie Kinsinger, owner of Two Blind Guys, runs a family-owned and operated business. Debbie and her 2 sons specialize in residential and commercial window covering needs. Many window coverings help a home be more comfortable and energy-efficient with better insulation for windows. Window coverings look beautiful and offer performance too. Keith Kessler, a rep with … Continue reading The Eyes of Our Homes – Windows… Debbie Kinsinger of Two Blind Guys and Keith Kessler of Pella Windows


2GuysTalkingStarWars: The Empire Strikes Back (1983) Perspective Review



Frozen Tundra was a pretty normal phrase for me when I was a kid. Having grown up in Chicago, then Wisconsin, Frozen Tundras were a regular, icy occurrence but – in 1980 – there was a frozen tundra experience that started something completely different in the lives of millions. The Empire Strikes Back – the sequel to a little movie … Continue reading 2GuysTalkingStarWars: The Empire Strikes Back (1983) Perspective Review


Season 5, Episode 3 – “A Life Spent” – Reviewed!



‘Establishing the ground rules is usually a boring, long, drawn-out affair inside of episodic television. Inside this episode of Agents of SHIELD Season 5, episode 3 – a Life Spent – we find that establishing the ground rules and learning about our present surroundings takes more than just a little orientation. New characters, new powers, … Continue reading Season 5, Episode 3 – “A Life Spent” – Reviewed!


2GuysTalkingStarWars: The Star Wars (A New Hope – 1977) Perspective Review



1977 was a very memorable year for a lot of people. For those that can remember May 1977, they’ll remember sights, sounds, storylines and special effects that continue to stand the test of feature film time. 2GuysTalking has been around 12 years now, and one of the most-asked questions inside our history is “when are … Continue reading 2GuysTalkingStarWars: The Star Wars (A New Hope – 1977) Perspective Review


Preserving Seeds and Materials… Angela Adler of SeedGeeks and Jenny Murphy of Perennial



Angela Adler and her husband Mark started SeedGeeks 4 years ago. They had started saving their seeds to preserve the many varieties out there. That blossomed into their company SeedGeeks to preserve the biodiversity of the different varieties. Angela and Mark are also bee keepers and offer a line of raw honey and honey products, … Continue reading Preserving Seeds and Materials… Angela Adler of SeedGeeks and Jenny Murphy of Perennial