WITH the onset of winter and the possibility of snow, ice and bitter cold, my mind harkens back to
the winter of 1950.
As Obama harkens back to
Mandela's leadership against apartheid, he'll also be trying to engage Africa's future.
The threat of nuclear war cast an influential shadow over British filmmaker Sally Potter's early life and, with her new coming-of-age drama 'Ginger & Rosa,' the indie director harkens back to
the tension and turmoil of the 1960s.
His ingenuity harkens back to
the early days of our hobby when we procured accessories on the work bench and not online.
Maybe it's something about the rip-roaring rockers, "50,000 Unstoppable Watts," the way it sounds both contemporary and yet still harkens back to
On the disc's final track, Andrew Bird harkens back to
his Bowl of Fire days with the violin charge of Auld Lang Syne.
Dan gets a copy of Sacred Trash, by Adina Hoffman and Peter Cole, which harkens back to
a time when achievements were vast, the sun blazing, and the deodorant probably hard to come by.
The songstress harkens back to
the Carpenters with a crystal clear strum on its way to harmonious paradise.
I just think your preference for a wooly man harkens back to
some antiquated protomasculine bullshit that I want no part of.
This hearty fistful harkens back to
those thrilling days of yesteryear when great herds of American Bison freely roamed across the prairies and plains of the Old West.
Says a studio exec who has worked with several of the said 'fros, "It harkens back to
the late '60s and early '70s, that anti-authoritarian thing.
His humble practice harkens back to
a time not all that long ago when family practitioners charged $2 for an office visit and $5 for a house call.
Bishop Butler harkens back to
an old Anglican tradition of pished prelates.
It also harkens back to
a day of camera case sophistication.
He's also taking a liking to the rear glass on Volvo's newest model, noting the style harkens back to
the 1960's era P1800 E5.