FC EtierDateline: FCEtier
First Published: Oct 06, 2010 / Last Published: Jun 12, 2011
Husband, father, grandfather, pharmacist, photographer, high school football official. Featured author and artist at VentureGalleries.com. My novel, "The Tourist Killer," is now on Amazon. Currently working on my second, "The President's Club."
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December 31, 2010
Music Review: Albert King with Stevie Ray Vaughn In Session
The last known recording of Albert King and Stevie Ray Vaughn performing together. Now available on CD and DVD.
Book Review: Edwin Edwards Governor of Louisiana by Leo Honeycutt
“Am I guilty? Absolutely. I am guilty of arrogance.” — Edwin Edwardsin Politics
December 28, 2010
Bernie Wilson Dead at 64
Don't remember Bernie? I bet you've heard of his group's name.
December 27, 2010
DVD Review: American Experience — Robert E. Lee
Robert E. Lee, a man elevated to a god-like status by some, an inspiration to others, and fascinating to many.in TV
December 26, 2010
Book Review: The Art of Photography - An Approach to Personal Expression by Bruce Barnbaum
“No overall rule can be made. Indeed, art is devoid of rules.” — Bruce Barnbaum
December 25, 2010
Book Review: Wake Up, It’s Gap-Time — A Guided Tour to Transitioning and Planning for Your Retirement Dreams by Martha Ann Madden
“Ah but I was so much older then; I’m younger than that now.” — Bob Dylanin Lifestyle
DVD Review: America’s Music Legacy - DIxieland Jazz
Musical legends performing songs that attract the whole world.
December 24, 2010
Book Review: War is a Racket--The Antiwar Classic by America’s Most Decorated Soldier by Smedley D. Butler
"I spent 33 years in the Marines, most of my time being a high-class muscle man for big business." — Smedley Butlerin Politics
December 23, 2010
Christmas Memories of Cool Jazzman Mel Torme
A true “hep cat” jazz man that blazed a trail for the Manhattan Transfer and other jazz vocal groups.in Celebrity
December 22, 2010
Book Review: The Blue Note Years — The Jazz Photography of Francis Wolff by Michael Cuscuna
“Frank [Wolff] was never in the way. You weren’t aware that he was taking pictures. They were never posed shots. He was a part of the very inspirational environment [at Blue Note].” — Herbie Hancock