Category Archive: 'Reviews'

Journal 5: Ferngully

I am retaking an English course to strive for a higher grade for application to the radiology program at Southern Crescent Technical College. The following contains my weekly journal after watching the movie Ferngully for my ENGL 1101 class. Ferngully has some good representations, especially for a children’s movie. My favorite character is Hexxus. He […]

Journal 4: Ferngully

I am retaking an English course to strive for a higher grade for application to the radiology program at Southern Crescent Technical College. The following contains my weekly journal after watching the movie Ferngully and reading an NPR article about the Australian fires for my ENGL 1101 class. In Ferngully, I enjoy Tim Curry’s character, Hexxus, […]

How to use GoodNotes for paperless to-do lists

I love planners, but I have struggled to find the perfect unicorn. I fell in love with the Erin Condren Life Planner. It’s beautiful, colorful, customizable and full of inspirational quotes. Coloring pages are even included in recent years. I wish it didn’t have a coil binding because I have to use the coil clips […]

Inman Porter gives gift of laughter with Little Bo

Inman Porter gives gift of laughter with Little Bo

Little Bo is Dublin native’s first work as children’s author By CLAY REYNOLDS The Courier Herald September 3, 2016 Growing up as the youngest of four brothers taught Inman Porter early on the importance of being able to laugh at himself. The baby of the family – and as fate would have it the youngest […]

Lovett enters sci-fi in latest film score Synchronicity

Lovett enters sci-fi in latest film score, Synchronicity

Soundtrack is an homage to Blade Runner’s 80s synth style, is his first fully-electronic composition By CLAY REYNOLDS The Courier Herald July 30, 2016 Composing the score for the film Synchronicity, released this past January, involved a number of firsts for Dublin native Ben Lovett. The movie’s soundtrack was his first venture into the realm […]