Review: Green Man Porter
“Faulkneresque” as in William Faulkner
“The cover of this edition is particularly effective in summarizing both plot and character. Addie Bundren has died and her family is carting her coffin to Jefferson to be buried with her people. The macabre funeral journey faces natural catastrophes of flood and fire as well as an intense family struggle. Her husband (Anse) and her children (Cash, Darl, Jewel, Dewey Dell, and Vardaman) all have their own agendas as they travel toward the burial. Cash makes the coffin and carries his tools with him; Jewel’s treasured horse serves several symbolic functions in the story; and they travel, coffin and all, in a wagon drawn by a team of mules.”
Similar motif going on at Burial Brewing Company.
Asheville beer scene lives up to the hype, including Sierra Nevada.
By “Going to Stout” we mean the University of Wisconsin-Stout.
And by Michael Jackson, we mean this Michael Jackson.
This is a cask beer engine.
Billy Dee Williams, ladies and gentlemen.
Here’s another classic in our book.
Here’s the whole show.