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For a while I was secure, firmly fixed in the strength of summer: On the beach I�d contemplate blue; in the mountains I had Green to think about.� But let�s face it: summer�s through, That beauty queen�s been done. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine | August 2019
It began enriching the world on April 13, 1981�a Monday, no less. Billy Squier�s second album would go on to Triple Platinum status, embedded in various categories of the charts for 111 weeks. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine | July 2019
Since the Old Sod sojourn involving much Guinness and Irish whiskey, we�ve kept exclusively to the Continent, visiting only winemaking countries with France in the lead, Italy a close second, and Spain in third place.. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine | June 2019
It�s not a stinging regret, but sometimes I feel a guilt pang. And once in a rare while, given the right blend of melancholy and Margaux, I feel like Rutger Hauer as replicant Roy Batty at the end of Blade Runner describing to an astonished and utterly helpless Harrison Ford (as Deckard, Batty�s would-be executioner) the cruel evanescence of so many majestic apprehensions of rare reality.. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine | May 2019
Musicians enjoy talking to each other in their works, either through melodic or lyrical nods�little tips of the cap by way of working in a notable riff by a fellow artist or just an outright mention of the person or group. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine | April 2019
John Mellencamp was born October 7, 1951 in Seymour, Indiana, but John Cougar was born on the radio�FM radio�in 1979 when American stations began playing his anthem, �I Need a Lover� . . . as in �who won�t drive me crazy.� | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine-March 2019
Was almost my life since I�d seen him last: How old are you Paddy? I said. I�m ninety-two or ninety-four � my death must soon be upon me. Like that he squared with truth and laughed. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine-February 2019
My Mini-Oscar for 1998 would have gone to Martin Landau for two scenes in Rounders, one about karma and one about mitzvah.| Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine-January 2019
He crafts beautiful wines and solves problems arising in the process of making them not only by his expertise in modern oenological methods but by looking back to what earlier generations deduced by trial and error. . | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine-December 2018
The animated adaptations of Charles M. Schulz�s Peanuts comic strip evoke the American autumnal, in large part due to a sonic prompt: the music of Vince Guaraldi. | Patrick Walsh | Scene4 Magazine-November 2018
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