Classic Woman-Centric Movie Review: “Anastasia” (1956)

Happy Friday, all, and what a long week it’s been! But we have this weekend to rest and rejuvenate, and then we can make our comeback at work on Monday morning. Speaking of comebacks, this week’s classic film pick is all about them.


Book Review: “Resurrection of the Romanovs” by Greg King and Penny Wilson

In 1918, seventeen-year-old Anastasia Romanov was brutally murdered alongside her parents and four siblings. After her death, a series of impostors turned up, hoping to claim a nonexistent inheritance. Anna Anderson was the most famous of these, and her story captivated the world for decades.

Open Thread

This Open Thread Has Dancing Bears

Hey, it’s the first day of your chocolate Advent calendar! Was yours full of nougat deliciousness?