Tag Archives: Fe-lines

It is seldom mentioned that cats are one of the great lawyers of the animal kingdom. Say “no” to a cat and it will look at you with an expression that answers: “Please define ‘no.’” And so on. I don’t think … Continue reading

One of the wonderful things about independent bookstores is the opportunity for discovery. Is there a better feeling than walking among rows of texts and spying that one spine that calls out to be read? Whatever might pique interest—from an evocative … Continue reading

In 1982, an alliance of pop culture titans came together on the Broadway stage. Andrew Lloyd Webber, a man who helped turn Jesus into a rock star and somehow got a musical on roller skates financed, teamed with Cameron Mackintosh, the … Continue reading

Everyone is a little French on Bastille Day. Which is ironic, as during the French Revolution, French was one of the last things you wanted to be. You know who could not give a care about revolutionary politics? Cats. But you … Continue reading