TODAY IN THEATRE HISTORY: In 1987, Frank Langella and Donal Donnelly star as Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson in Charles Marowitz’s Sherlock’s Last Case, which opens its 124-performance run at the Nederlander Theatre today.
Finally reporting back from the actualbookevent!
At the Bay Area Sherlock Con we had the chance to “Bring Our Own Discussion” and you know I couldn’t resist the opportunity for book talk with live Sherlockians. Fans have the best taste, am I right? Thanks eternally to @coloredink, …
The reason for the question is an upcoming post on Bettina and Novella d’Andrea, two sisters who were (supposedly) law professors in medieval Italy. There are only slight English references to these two figures and one has a reference to a modern debunking written in Italian. But it isn’t online…
My amazing friend frenchiea bought me this book. It’s a bunch of the original Sidney Paget illustrations from the Sherlock Holmes canon, but taken completely out of context and given new captions.
I’m laughing so hard I’m crying.
this sounds like a book worth owning :)
"Look how cute Benedict Cumberbatch was! Stayed at his school for a week”” [x]
"Comedy is acting out optimism."
- Robin Williams (July 21, 1951 - August 11, 2014)
RIP Robin Williams, thanks for the laughs and comfort when I really needed it. Your amazing legacy in film and comedy will live on forever as long as people can laugh. My heart, thoughts and prayers go out to the Williams family and anyone else who needs a little support.
Cría cuervos y te sacarán los ojos.
Translation: Raise crows and they’ll poke your eyes out, meaning you can’t escape the repercussions of what you’ve done.
Example: Paula never punished her son Silvio, and now he’s a spoiled brat who constantly insults her. Raise crows and they’ll poke your eyes out!