Mar 15, 2020
**Recorded before major public impacts of social distancing to slow down COVID-19 transmission started
March Break is coming up and Steph and family have some fun and events planned. Also included are some updates about the cinema, the "death" of live music and the questionable way Stephen King approaches racism in his characters.
Little Women - March 13 - 19
Knives Out - March 14 - 19
Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
The Lost Ones by Anita Frank
The Lost Puzzler: The Tarakan Chronicles by Eyal Kless
Why Was this Recommended reddit board - not necessarily safe for work
Cineplex holds on to films causing indie theatres across Canada to scramble for content.
Change.org petition to support The Bookshelf Cinema and other indie theatres across Canada.
On Stephen King's trouble depicting racism in his books
6:00 Steph saw Julie Black live! Which lead to a conversation about live music, the where and the how.
17:00 Steph forgot to turn her ringer off!
17:30 What's happening at the eBar? What do you want to happen at the eBar? The Bookshelf is always seeking your opinion.
22:00 Shopping algorithms on the internet (spoiler: they're no good!)
28:00 The Bookshelf Cinema and others keep getting movies pulled from them thanks to Cineplex
31:00 Rant about remakes of movies and television shows
35:00 Candice goes down a rabbit hole talking about My So Called Life
37:00 What we are reading update
42:00 Prioritizing reading over other things?
47:00 On Stephen Kings racist language
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