Posts tagged: film review

2012: The End of the World Turned Out to be Worth the Wait

By , March 19, 2010

We finally got to see the big-budget disaster movie, 2012 (paid link). It was worth the wait! I may have set my expectations low enough to end up being surprised. It isn’t Oscar material, but it was pretty much what I wanted: a decently exciting movie about the end of the world. Continue reading '2012: The End of the World Turned Out to be Worth the Wait'»

Eating Alaska: A Documentary Explores “Eating Locally” in a Locale Not So Near You

By , October 7, 2009

The content you’re looking for is no longer here. We’re finally beginning to shut this blog down, to remove old content.

We’ve chosen to start with essays that are available elsewhere. Specifically, this article has been edited into our book, Sacred Coffee: A “Homesteader’s” Paradigm. The book is available in print, as an audiobook, and in several eBook formats. It contains edited, improved, and expanded versions of essays that used to be available for free on this blog, and new material as well. You can learn more about it, and order it here in your preferred format.


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