Fame and fortune–and then what? The freedom to shift gears and careers, to indulge whims and whimsy, explore avenues and pastures new. We refer, of course, to Peter Jackson‘s recent appearance in a context which initially surprised me:
As ever, The Onion is on the ball, and shows once again why it is one of our most important and useful sources for news:
We interrupt regular transmission of serious matters Medieval and Medievalist for the following:
My very first encounter with gastronomic delights Medieval was through my Auntie Moira’s experiments on us, when we came to stay with her and my Uncle John. He died recently, and this post is dedicated to his memory: and to happy times spent together.
The Booke of Dame Moira – a.k.a.
The week is not yet up. The competition is tough, even on a day-by-day basis.
“purely semantic sub-debate?!” from Our Special Foreign Correspondent (who may well decide to appear over here on the dark side, and Name Herself in the process).