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Da Vinci Code: 03/16/05

I think I'm one of the last few people to have not read The Da Vinci Code but I'm now reading it thanks to a book ray I'm on through Book Crossing. I'm thoroughly sucked into the book, reading 50 to 100 pages a night before bed. It's akin to other thrillers I've enjoyed: Day After Tomorrow, Valhalla Rising and Raise the Titanic (or any other Clive Cussler book). It's just as charmingly silly and outrageously unbelievable as the other thrillers I've read and it has the added bonus of the art history angle.

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My favorite morning show is on a two week hiatus and in the meantime I've been listening to a couple of other local radio stations. The one I've been listening to most often is a publicly run big band station. They play any and all music from the advent of radio to before the advent of the electrical guitar so it's more diverse (for good and bad) than just big band.


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