January 2019

Month: January 2019

The valuable damaging lost art of reviewing

The valuable damaging lost art of reviewing The lost art of reviewing, by Steve Davis.

What is this valuable damaging lost art of reviewing? Or, should I be asking, how do we solve a problem like reviewers? Well, here’s something interesting. I’ve been reviewing for two decades and aim to do a fair job, writing with the subject’s audience in mind. Many performers end up using my reviews as part […]

Bohemian Rhapsody: An ode to silence and emotion

Bohemian Rhapsody: An ode to silence and emotion Bohemian Rhapsody: An ode to silence and emotion

Much has been written about Bohemian Rhapsody and its factual shortcomings but be that as it (Brian) may, there is much to endear this film to those of us who enjoy and appreciate succulent moments of reflection and emotional depth. One of the first things that struck me about this movie was its willingness to […]