This week's movie flashback has action, adventure, slapstick comedy, love and a crazy ball biting dog. What else could it be other then Hudson Hawk? This 1991 flick starring Bruce Willis (and a host of other big names) is one of my favorites.
An adjective pronounced "puh-LOO-sid,' it means "transparent; clear; not opaque' and "easily understandable.' It also means "clear in meaning, expression, or style' - for example, "a pellucid way of writing.'
Tower defense games are a dime a dozen nowadays. To make matters worse, the vast majority of them are pretty awful. The latest one making the rounds is called Drone, and this independently developed little title does tons of stuff I've never seen in a tower defense game.
This New Release Tuesday is being renamed to New Release Vampires, because a whole lot of blood sucking is going on. The book is a continuation of a great vampire series, the movie is a fun vampire parody, and the video game? Yep, about vampires.
It sort of sounds like something straight out of the mystical worlds of Harry Potter or the Lord of the Rings, doesn't it? While that may not be where the word came from, you'll find plenty of quislings in those tales, nonetheless.
Want to get involved with local theatre? Would your children love an opportunity to perform on the Sandusky State Theatre's historic stage? Now's your chance. The State has just announced a casting call for not one, but two productions: "The Awesome 80's Prom' and "The Sound of Music.'
If you were in Port Clinton over the weekend, you probably didn't have trouble finding something to do. Funcoast was out and about for Family Fishing Day at East Harbor State Park and the Buckeye Regional Chili Cookoff held at Mon Ami Restaurant and Winery.
Are you a diehard PWRTrip fan? Then you'd better hurry up and vote! The rockers have entered the Your Next Record with Slash contest, and they're counting on your help. Voting ends May 15, so head over to YourNextRecord.com and support some of Sandusky's own.
I really don't think there's a better way to ramp up excitement about spring than by heading to a local greenhouse and seeing all of the great plants and flowers you can get. (Even if, like me, you lack the green thumb necessary to create your own garden at home.)