This year marks 50 year anniversary of the tragic Manson Family Murders. This sensational moment frightened and continues to fixate the world. James Buddy Day, an award winning true crime producer, writer, and director, is recognized for a number of features focused on Charles Manson as well as on Casey Anthony, and The Slender Ma Stabbings. Hippie Cult Leader: The Last Words of Charles Manson presents new and exclusive interviews, including conversations with Charles Manson himself. Day delves into the theory of Helter Skelter and actively works to debunk this idea throughout the course of the narrative. Continue reading “Hippie Cult Leader Book Review from @kleffnotes”
ABC’s Summer Fun and Games is back with the return of $100,000 Pyramid on June 9, 2019.
ABC’s Summer Fun and Games is back with the return of Celebrity Family Feud on June 9, 2019.
Continue reading “#CelebrityFamilyFeud Hosted By @IAmSteveHarvey S5Ep6 Team The Maulers vs. Team The Brawlers and Team @descendants vs. Team @AmericanWifeABC Preview via @stacyamiller85 @FamilyFeudABC #SummerFunandGames”
Johnny Welsh has been a professional bartender for twenty-five years and even in a full bar he notices the ever present appearance of smart phones. People tune out and stare deep into their screens ignoring the world going on around them. In Paper Maps, No Apps: An Unplugged Travel Guide, Welsh did a bit of thinking and planning and decided to take on an unplugged experience. He and his girlfriend, Kristy, collected maps and contacted friends and set off on a road trip with no help from their phones once they were on their way. This is a story of their adventure, mostly, off the grid and how they did it all with paper maps and no apps. Continue reading “Paper Maps, No Apps Book Review from @kleffnotes”
A weekly column highlighting the Port Charles happenings during the past week on General Hospital. Read below to find out what you missed or to refresh your memory in time for next week.
Richard Kirshenbaum drops readers into the world of excess and influence in the high class business world of America. Focused on four women and their influential careers spanning primarily from the early 1920s to roughly the 1950s, Kirshenbaum highlights powerful women and the secrets that seem to surround their lives. Beginning with an elaborate funeral, Rouge keeps you in the glittering world of the elite as it reveals the work that must be done to gain and maintain your position at the top of society. Continue reading “Rouge Book Review from @kleffnotes”
VC Andrews’ Heaven airs July 27, 2019 on Lifetime.
20/20 is airing the two-hour special event “My Father BTK” on Friday, July 26, 2019. Continue reading “On 7/26/19 @ABC2020 airs My Father BTK via @stacyamiller85 @ABCNetwork #ABC2020 #MyFatherBTK”
Dorothy Alston was just fourteen when her father’s drunken behavior led to the death of her mother. She found a new home with her uncle on a farm in Florida, but thirty-four years after these events Dorothy is in a vegetative state and Ellen Steward, an administrator at the rehab facility Dorothy is being kept in, begins unraveling the story of how a glass key led Dorothy to where she is now. In the pages of Dorothy and the Glass Key Ellen will have to make a choice and if she fails to save the woman in her care she may lose may than she ever expected. Continue reading “Dorothy and the Glass Key Book Review from @kleffnotes”
It’s the most dreadful time of the year. The time when thermostats are set low, heatwaves are way too high, and everyone keeps talking about how much they yearn for the cooler autumn and winter months. While I’m no genie and do not possess the power to change the weather for everyone, I can provide a little bit of a cool thought.