This weekend marks both Halloween and the end of Daylight Savings Time here in the United States. Have a safe weekend and enjoy that extra hour of rest. Here are a few links of interest for your weekend reading:
Why Arsenic and Old Lace is the perfect movie for Halloween.
With the time change this weekend we will be setting our clocks back. For most of us it's not a big deal. At Windsor Castle, however, one man is responsible for changing the 400 clocks in the castle.
This gave me chills: a Colorado high school choir performs "Down to the River to Pray" in a hotel. It is amazing.
Prepare to be heartwarmed: finding love at the Dunkin' Donuts. It's a wonderful story.
This is the kind of news story I am here for: an airport security officer rescued a kitten that had wandered onto the ramp.
Readers of this space know that I am a huge fan of Agatha Christie's novels. Here is a great list of her "essential" works.
Ever wonder why lightbulbs don't last? It's because of a conspiracy.
There's an app for everything these days including one that will let you know whether the McFlurry machine at your local McDonald's is working.
The KGB museum in New York was one of the countless casualties of the pandemic. The good news is that their entire collection of artifacts is for sale.