On my way to Fred Meyer to buy some eggs I saw a bumper sticker that said, "Reading is Sexy," and I couldn't agree more; people who read are beautiful.
Christmas is upon us! So The Book Monster is beginning it's holiday gift guide with stocking stuffers. Stocking stuffers need to be compact, thoughtful, and inexpensive.
I've been traveling a lot lately and that means I've been reading a lot on Airplanes. I came prepared for all my flights with books and magazines, but I still found time to read the ridiculous and amusing Skymall catalog and after browsing through it a few times I have set my heart on these book ends.
Once again The 31st Annual Mushroom Festival provided a fantastic opportunity for people to mingle over mushrooms, music, community and fall traditions at the Mt. Pisgah Arboretum.
Not being able to find this book makes me feel like it died; and books shouldn't ever die. This digital age we live in has brought us unlimited access to books in both digital and hardcopy; however, It seems like "101 Shaggy Dog Jokes" slipped through the cracks.
If you like to eat mushrooms, listen to live music, see fall foliage, mingle with the community, and have a good time, look no further than The 31st Annual Mushroom Festival at the Mt. Pisgah Arboretum.
Yesterday I recommended 10 great horror films, but there are many more than that. So here are 10-more movies that will make you scream, laugh, cry, or just have a fun evening.
Whether you watch them to be scared, for laughs, or for a wave of spooky nostalgia, scary movies are an essential part of the Halloween experience. I've compiled a list of 10 great horror films for people to discover or re-discover.
As an adult I still love the horror genre. It's gateway of nostalgia that opens up my imagination to frightening ideas and possibilities and never disappoints. So without further delay I give you, my readers—more horror.
This week the Pac-12 squares off against 2 independent teams (OSU vs BYU and Stanford vs Notre Dame), the Ducks have a bye, and Colorado looks to continue their reign of futility when they host ASU on Thursday.