Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Library

I read this wonderful blog this morning which is a review of a book titled “The Library Book”, but which is also about the author’s (Kirsty D’s) love for libraries. It is on the Vulpes Libris blog HERE. It really made me … Continue reading

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Just One of the Reasons Why I Like Amanda Abbington

As I commented on this blog, I totally agree with Amanda Abbington’s right to express her opinion without being harassed by rabid “shippers”. Good for her!

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What Is “Normal” For A Fan?

Armitage Agonistes blogged about a review of the Pinter/Proust production HERE.  She included the picture above, which was posted by Peter Clements, who played Marcel in the production. It shows Richard Armitage in conversation with the director of the production, Di … Continue reading

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What is He Thinking??

I SAW SOMETHING FINE After reading Armitage fans Judiang’s and zan’s accounts of attending the cast party for the Pinter/Proust staged reading at the 92nd St. Y, it has really been nagging me that Richard Armitage seemed so curious about them. They both report that … Continue reading

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Peter Jackson’s Hobbit is more faithful to the books than the book itself | RedState

I think this is a very good essay putting the changes Peter Jackson made to the story of The Hobbit in context. Peter Jackson’s Hobbit is more faithful to the books than the book itself | RedState.

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I’m Happy!

  Richard Armitage and Grace Over the weekend I have been watching my blog post about why I’m sad gather more and more views. So many people have now read about why I was sad about not meeting Richard Armitage … Continue reading

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Richard Armitage On Stage @ 92nd St. Y

Photo by Chrissy Lampard Special Correspondent for Richard Armitage US Although I didn’t manage to have a moment with Mr. Armitage after his US stage debut at the 92nd St. Y, I did see him perform in the Pinter/Proust production. … Continue reading

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