See You at The Movies

Yesterday’s comments on Midnight in Paris constitute the last movie review type thing I’ll post to Steel White Table. About a week from now, I’ll be done with this blog altogether. Probably. Anyhow, if you really can’t stand missing out on what movies I’ve been watching, I offer you my two big movie lists available through the Internet Movie Database. List #1: All the most recent movies I’ve seen with

Comments on Auster’s “Sunset Park”

I’m being a little generous giving Sunset Park 7 out of 10. For a Paul Auster novel, it’s nothing special. The novel starts off strong, but about half way through it begins to peter out, mainly because he doesn’t focus on a single character’s story. Instead, every chapter is a character sketch of each person in the novel. Many of the chapters are vivid and compelling, but the parts are

Book Review: “Extremely Loud…”

I finished reading Jonathan Safran Foer‘s second novel today. It’s called Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. It’s about a kid who’s father dies in one of the World Trade Center towers on 9/11. He finds something among his father’s possessions that leads him to believe that there’s someone out there who knows something about his father that he doesn’t, and basically he’s a kid who misses his father so much

Free Comic Book Day

The 1st Saturday of May is Free Comic Book Day (May 7th this year – 2011), where particpating stores provide free comics, in addition to so social activities like a BBQ, prizes, etc. Every Geek parent should be taking their kids to this. Use the Free Comic Book Day Store Locator to find a participating store near you. Gamezilla in Moncton is hosting Free Comic Book Day, which I’m taking