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Rewatching “Death in Paradise”

In January I started rewatching “Death in Paradise.” It’s a “murder/detective/fish-out-of-water” show that I have enjoyed since first seeing it on PBS several years ago. I don’t want to give significant details away about the whole arc of the series, but basically an English policeman, not well liked at home for being a bit fussy […]

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Protected: In-Context: Before Cataract Surgery

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Protected: In Context: Productivity

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Protected: In Context: More on the Politics of Hair

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Protected: In Context—Philosophy

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Icelandic actor Porsteinn Gunnarsson as Eiríkur in "Trapped." Pentel Brush pen, watercolors, and acrylic marker.

Even More Television Viewing

Yep, a couple more TV show reviews today. I’ve been trying to keep track of what I’ve written about already.  Earlier this fall I watched “Trapped” on Amazon Prime. The action takes place in a remote Icelandic town. A headless torso shows up just as a storm blocks the town from outside help. The police […]

Actor Brad William Henke in his role as the vicious prison guard in "Orange is the New Black." 9 x 12 inch Fabriano Venezia journal. Sepia Pentel Color Brush and water to dilute ink.

More Television Viewing in October

While under the weather in October I used my couch time productively to binge watch the remaining episodes of the Netflix Comedy-Drama “Orange is the New Black.” I’ve enjoyed the show since it first came out. Set in a women’s prison the show has a strong cast of female leads and over the first five […]

A sketch of Martin, the star of "Downward Dog" television series. Pencil, pen, and watercolor on Stonehenge.

Martin: A Dog’s Eye View

I was disappointed to learn that ABC’s “Downward Dog,” was cancelled.  Huge mistake. This was a gem of a show if ever there was one. The show follows the life of the dog Martin as he talks (to the camera and in voiceover) about his life, his philosophy, and  the way his world revolves around […]

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In Context—Direct Brush Sketch and A Brief Review of “Taboo.”

  I know last week when I started the new series “In-Context” I wrote that I wouldn’t be writing a blog post with the images—but today’s entry really required a bit more “context.” In January I started watching “Taboo” staring Tom Hardy. Readers of my blog already know I’m a huge Tom Hardy fan and […]

Brush pen sketch made while watching "QI."

Protected: The Things You Learn Watching TV

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