Monthly Archives: November 2018

The Joy of Greener Gift Giving



Today, we are gabbing with Kathy Curran, who works with us, and we are talking about the joy of greener gift giving during this season of giving. Kathy was inspired by her adult daughter, who is focused on being green at home since starting her own family. At the holidays last year, her daughter asked … Continue reading The Joy of Greener Gift Giving


The Adventures of Oliver Twist (The Book) VERSUS Oliver! (The 1968 Musical)



We’ve just finished a weekend where full plates, even fuller hearts, and shopping sprees galore score the tastes on our pallets. But what about those that don’t have. Just about everyone’s familiar with the story of “Oliver Twist” – a take that dialogues the lives of orphans, the forgotten and those that don’t have. But … Continue reading The Adventures of Oliver Twist (The Book) VERSUS Oliver! (The 1968 Musical)


Our Review of “Hellowe’en” – Episode 5



For those of us who’ve acted on stage well – stagecraft can go a variety of ways and well – not all of them are GOOD. Inside this episode’s story, it’s HALLOWEEN! There’s a party inside the Curious Goods Antique Story, and literally – all hell breaks loose. Will our triad of intrepid heroes conquer … Continue reading Our Review of “Hellowe’en” – Episode 5


A Cop’s First Time…



In police work we say there are some things you will see that you just can’t unsee. Things that will change you, profoundly impact you, and the way you look at the world. Sometimes for the better, but often for the worse. I’ve seen many things over the years that I just can’t unsee. But, … Continue reading A Cop’s First Time…


Lighting with LEDs for the holidays and everyday with Tyson Taussig



Today, we are gabbing with Tyson Taussig with Lighting Inc. about LED lighting. LED stands for light-emitting diodes, and these LEDs were originally used for computers, cars, and other electronic components. It’s only been recently that LEDs have become commonly used for home and office lighting. And the benefits of switching to LED lighting are … Continue reading Lighting with LEDs for the holidays and everyday with Tyson Taussig


Christine (1983) – A Perspective Review



  The color – Red. The Make – Plymouth. The value – Awesome. In 1983 there were a lot of big things goin’ on. Hair. Neon colored clothes. The expectations of your woodshop instructor. The other big thing that was going on, during the summer of 1983 – was a little movie, about a really … Continue reading Christine (1983) – A Perspective Review


The Art Of Collecting Part 2



A lot can be said about a person by what their hobbies are. Not too long ago, having a geeky hobby like collecting comic books, playing with action figures or buying trading cards could get you picked on and bullied by your peers. Now, the tide has changed. Geeks have slowly inherited the earth and … Continue reading The Art Of Collecting Part 2


Chemicals Vs. Oils…



Do you know what you’re bringing into your home and how those chemicals are affecting your health, cognitive ability, and endocrine system? Most of us don’t even think about it. But many of the products you use at home are doing your family a disservice. Recently, there’s been a movement toward plant-based science and the … Continue reading Chemicals Vs. Oils…


Our Review of “A Cup of Time” – Episode 4



When we talk about the year 1987 and “tea”, I would have originally thought, “Tea. Earl Grey. Hot.” Inside this most-recent episode review of Friday The 13th: The Series – We’re all offered a cup of tea that steals the life-force from the homeless population of our local city and/or city park! It’s never been … Continue reading Our Review of “A Cup of Time” – Episode 4


The Art Of Collecting Part 1



Inside geek society, comic books, cartoons and movies are some of the most powerful gateway drugs into collecting pop culture. The amount of merchandise that comes out of popular shows and films is staggering and as technology advances, so do the awesomeness of the products released. During this first part of a two part episode, … Continue reading The Art Of Collecting Part 1