With the rising cost of groceries, bacon may become a luxury we can live without. I just saw a pack at the store for more than $10. Granted, it was thick slice, but still. On returning home, I announced to my hubby that we will now ration bacon.
Another year of COVID has been frightening enough, but 2021 has also offered some memorable scary movies if you’re in the mood this Halloween. The best new horror releases of the year are quite different from one another and, in my opinion, are as follows:
The hottest music venue in central Indiana this weekend is not a rockin’ amphitheater or an intimate club.
Having seen the powerful musical “Dear Evan Hansen” on the Broadway stage, I was concerned when critics launched into attack mode on the new movie version, ripping apart the direction under Stephen Chbosky (“The Perks of Being a Wallflower”) and calling 27-year-old Ben Platt “ghoulish” in his portrayal of high-schooler Evan Hansen.
Some of the neighbors go all-out for Halloween, with spider webs dangling from trees, inflatable green-eyed monsters in the front yard and skeletons crawling up the house. If I really want a good scare, I scan emails in my junk folder or listen to messages on the landline.
Ivy Tech Community College will be collecting food donations this week at its Franklin and Columbus campuses.