- 1 Empathizing with the American Soldier: A Conversation with Doug Taurel
- 2 Review: Men in Boats...Laughing & Having a Great Time!
- 3 Review: Indian Summer...Gentle Host to Young Love
- 4 Review: The Golfer - If You Want Your Normal Life, Don't Get Hit By Lightning!
- 5 Review: Familiar, a play by Danai Gurira at Playwrights Horizons
- 6 Review: The Martian: Mark Watney - Phone Home!
- 7 Review: Everest: At the Top of the World & Yet...Still Left Wanting
- 8 Review: Bug Bite - Whatever Bit, Be Gone!
- 9 Review: A Thousand Miles To Freedom - My Escape from North Korea
- 10 Review: Reclaiming Vietnam - Not At All What You Would Think
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by Erica L Moffett (first published at www.womanaroundtown.com on 9/7/16).
Douglas Taurel has never served in the military but he possesses
The scenery for Men in Boats consists of floor to ceiling, grainy black and wide photos of massive rock formations,
Ah, to be 17 and in love in the summer at the beach! Gregory Moss said he “wanted to write
by Erica L. Moffett, first published at www.womanaroundtown.com on 3/29/16.
I have never spent very much time thinking about what would pass through
First of all, I hadn’t realized that the playwright was Danai Gurira, the same one who wrote Eclipsed which had
The Martian: Mark Watney - Phone Home!
Several weeks ago when I picked up the best selling book, The Martian, I wasn’t
Movie Review: Everest
At the Top of the World & Yet...Still Left Wanting
Just back from seeing the movie Everest (yes, back from the
A Thousand Miles to Freedom: My Escape from North Korea
by Erica L. Moffett (first published at www.womanaroundtown.com on Tuesday, July 21,
Reclaiming Vietnam – Not At All What You Would Think
by Erica L Moffett (first published at www.womanaroundtown.com on Monday, 7/13/15)
The half-Asian, half-Caucasian