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  1. The Adventurers Guild
    …in which he attempted to play through all notable graphical adventure games. More info

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    Sam & Max Hit the Road — Won!
    Written by MichaelLast time, we ended with a cliffhanger. Who DID shoot Mr. Burns? Was it the drunk father? The drunk guy in the bar? The chain-smoking aunt? Or maybe the gun-toting dog and bunny?So, …
    By Michael, 2,766 words
  2. All the Adventures | Renga in Blue
    Wherein I play and blog about every adventure game ever made in (nearly) chronological order. These are sorted (mostly) in the order I played the games. I think they’re all worth reading! How…. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Avon: I Wish You All Joy of the Worm
    I feel like I am both closing in on victory and getting farther away from it, insofar as the last remaining puzzles seem to be stumpers indeed. Not quite succumbing to hints yet but probably …
    By Jason Dyer, 2,187 words
  3. Between Sound and Space: ECM Records and Beyond
    The only archive reviewing every ECM album in existence. By Tyran Grillo. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Mediavolo: Away Within
    Mediavolo is a band like no other. Based in Brest, France, they offer insight into the human condition with honest and patient attention. Back in 2014, I interviewed core members Géraldine Le Cocq and Jacques …
    By Tyran Grillo, 87 words
  4. BRAPA | Blog
    On 5th April 2014, I had a dream. Or was it a nightmare? To tick every pub in the Good Beer Guide! By Si Everitt. 🇬🇧 More info

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    BRAPA in .... A RARE ROCH-FAIL (AND 3 OTHER TALES OF GREATER MANC WOE)
    I have a soft spot for Rochdale. That should be made clear from the outset, else nothing good will come of this blog. 1999 and the Cemetery Hotel was the destination. Discovered by chance, My …
    By Si Everitt, 1,707 words
  5. The CRPG Addict
    A blog in which a dedicated addict plays through all PC computer role-playing games (CRPGs), in chronological order. By Chester Bolingbroke. 🇺🇸 More info

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    NetHack [3.1]: Blessed and Cursed
    Random increases in attributes for no discernible reason were characteristic of this oddly "blessed" session--at least for a while. Aamanz the Caveman didn't get very far. I overestimated the strength of the caveman's stomach, and …
    By CRPG Addict, 1,075 words
  6. the Heat Warps
    Revisiting every Miles Davis live tape from 1969 to 1975 in chronological order. By Jeremy Erwin. More info

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    Alice Coltrane & Carlos Santana: Previously Unissued 1974 Recordings
    Very few LPs radiate a level of spiritual grandeur quite like the 1974 summit between Alice Coltrane and Carlos Santana, Illuminations. With Coltrane’s harp and soaring orchestration, uncharacteristically patient, technically precise lead work from Santana, …
    By Jeremy Erwin, 2,330 words
  7. The Movie Crash Course
    …watching all of the movies that have ever been in any version of the 1001 movies list, in order, and reviewing them. By Kimberly Wadsworth. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Best Picture Oscar 2024 Extra Credit – Part 3
    These Oscar Nominee reviews often group themselves into pairs; today we have two love stories. Maestro A lot of the press about this film has focused more on Bradley Cooper himself than on the rest …
    By KWadsworth, 1,108 words
  8. Sandwich Tribunal. A sort of sandwich death panel.
    The idea behind this site is to explore the nature of sandwichness by eating every sandwich on the Official en.wikipedia.org List of Sandwiches. More info

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    But I’m a Crepe, I’m a Wiener
    Sausages enveloped in some kind of flatbread–baked inside a pastry shell or a bread roll, wrapped in pancakes, steamed in a yeasted dough or simply dipped in some kind of batter and fried–are somewhat universal. …
    By Jim Behymer, 1,305 words
  9. Store Bought Is Fine
    I’m the store-bought version of Ina Garten. Cooking my way through all 1,200+ of the Barefoot Contessa’s treasure trove of recipes. By Trent. More info

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    Dan’s Pelosi’s Piri Piri Roast Chicken
    Like Jeffrey, I’ve learned to love roast chicken in nearly any form – even better when it’s a one-pot meal like Dan Pelosi’s Piri Piri Roast Chicken! Potatoes and broccoli rabe are layered in a …
    By Trent, 159 words
  10. Thousand Movie Project
    I figure the closest I can get to a couple of rigorous film classes is to watch, in chronological order, every movie on an absurdly long and well-curated list … the book 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die. By Alex Sorondo. More info

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    south beach snap
    One thing you notice, working at a grocery store, is the number of people in your area who are eligible for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, also called SNAP, and previously called the Food Stamp …
    By Alexander Sorondo, 791 words