Archives for March 2010

Musings on Happiness

I’ve been thinking a lot about happiness. After all, that’s what we are all supposed to be pursuing, isn’t it? But what is happiness? Perhaps the formula for it is in the words below: “Grant to us the serenity of mind to accept that which cannot be changed; courage to change that which can be […]

Harlots Sauce Radio Book Reviews March 2010

_____________________________________________________ Feeding Strays by Stefanie Freele _____________________________________________________ Paperback, 268 pages Publisher: Lost Horse Press; First edition (September 1, 2009) ISBN: 978-0980028959 Reviewed by Patricia V. Davis If you read only one collection of short stories this year, Feeding Strays must be it. In fact, if you’re short on time, just the titles of some of […]

Remembrance ~ by Sharon Walling

From the moment we shared our first cup of coffee, my mother-in-law was my best friend. She’d call us and say to my husband, “You watch Daniel, and I’m going to fly Sharon up here for the weekend, so we can go to ‘Music Circus’.” These were a series of off-Broadway productions. She loved music, […]

A Letter to the (British) Department of Health

Dear Department of Health, Opposition Parties and anyone else who has an unhealthy interest in what I consume. I have sat in my office with the radio on since returning to work after the New Year break, and I am noticing a recurring theme on the news bulletins, namely that alcohol is about to bring […]

The Battle of Olustee: A Tale of the United States Civil War, Part IV

Henry woke up to the smell of dirt and pine needles, his face partially buried in a mixture of both. Slowly, consciousness crept back, and he became aware of a sharp, throbbing pain in his head. He suddenly remembered the battle and jumped to his feet. His eyes revolted at the sudden movement by releasing […]

Catching Up with Some of Our Previous Podcast Interviewees

by Patricia Volonakis Davis ___ Harlots’ Sauce Radio has had the honor of interviewing some of the most dynamic movers and shakers of the century. These people never rest on their laurels. Here are some of the wonderful new things a number of our podcast interviewees have been up to: ___ If you recall in […]

Revisiting the Armenian Genocide

reported by Ilias Kountoupis ___________________ During his presidential campaign, President Obama voiced numerous times the necessity to recognize what historians assert as the first holocaust of the 20th century, the Armenian Genocide. Unfortunately, after his ascension to the presidency, his words were rendered to an unfulfilled pledge, and this was not the first time this […]

The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Being a Dickhead

I finished The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Theories of the Universe. Am I any the wiser? I think so. I know there are more questions to be answered than I’ll ever find answers for. That’s alright. I know the quest for those answers is an ongoing one. As they say, better to travel hopefully than […]

Podcast Interview with author Scott James: “People Don’t Want the Government in their Bedrooms”

One of the best things about living in the Bay Area of San Francisco is that I get to meet and mingle with some of the most talented artists in the world: Amy Tan standing six feet away from me, singing “These Boots are Made for Walking” with the band, Los Train Wreck, as I […]

Revisiting the Armenian Genocide

During his presidential campaign, President Obama voiced numerous times the necessity to recognize what historians assert as the first holocaust of the 20th century, the Armenian Genocide. Unfortunately, after his ascension to the presidency, his words were rendered to an unfulfilled pledge, and this was not the first time this promise to the Armenian community […]