The Baker In The Rye
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Monthly Archives: October 2011
Reader’s Voice October 2011!
Understanding Under a Crab Apple Tree by Melissa Krenek The stench of musk filled the air as fans of paper moved around fat necks. Mouths were propped open either panting or praying, … Continue reading
I Want My MTV: Uncensored Music History at Its Sweetest
Long before a time where 10-year old girls straightened their hair, wore make-up, had cell phones, or knew what Dior, Chanel, or Louis Vuitton were, existed the 1990’s. A time where I was a lot younger, chubbier, frizzier, and poorly … Continue reading
How Do You Feel About Frog Frosting?
When I attempt to explain to my friends the premise of Happy Birthday, Little Witch by Deborah Hautzig, also known as the book of my youth, it sounds a little something like this: “There’s a witch, and it’s her birthday … Continue reading
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The Raven (Tenders)
First things first, I know I haven’t been posting much lately, but alas, the coffee demand at Starbucks is high and so are my hours. I’m not complaining though. How do you think I pay to keep this blog up … Continue reading
The Legend of Pumpkin Cheesecake
Sometimes, a cheesecake comes along and it brings a tear to your eye. This is that cheesecake. Pumpkin cheesecake. I ate every bite of this cheesecake with an obnoxious smug on my face. I couldn’t wipe it off even if … Continue reading
Cell by Rachel Yecco To my right, I have a pile of written complaints and to my left, a computer containing e-mailed complaints from the last 9 hours. And they need to get filed! My life is a cell. even … Continue reading
The Devil and Some Cookies
I’ve noticed a trend during my October readings. A majority of scary stories take place in Massachusetts. Fact. Maybe that’s why I’m so inclined to visit there. The Devil and Tom Walker by Washington Irving takes place in Massachusetts hub, … Continue reading
The Tell-Tale (Artichoke) Heart
I know as soon as you connect the dots, you’re going to say that the last thing that describes Edgar Allen Poe and his short story, The Tell-Tale Heart is a salad, especially one that includes an ingredient as terrifying … Continue reading
The Gun by Rachel Yecco Johnny Murdock stares eagerly at the front door, walking around at times, checking the clock all the time, turning on the television, and then off, but always back on. It hums footsteps and gunshots of … Continue reading
It’s The Great Pumpkin Cupcakes, Charlie Brown!
This is the only time of year where the color orange is acceptable, where eating only foods containing pumpkin is normal, where you can dress up like Lady Gaga and not be original and where Snickers and Reeses Cups become … Continue reading