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Song of the Day: 'Catch the Wind' by Donovan

“Catch the Wind” is the willowy single from Donovan’s 1965 album What’s Bin Did and What’s Bin Hid. The song has found constant replay amongst my music collection. Upon first listen you might have mistaken the vocals for that of Bob Dylan, it is not him though. It is the talent of the United Kingdom’s Donovan (Donovan Leitch to be exact).

TV Reviews? You Got It.

Like Jonas on "Dark," take a deep dive into Eclectic Pop's past with an assortment of TV reviews. Click on the pic to travel through the wormhole! *Plus, social media links below* (;

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Movie Review: 'Man of Steel' (2013)

After 7 years away from the silver screen Superman makes his triumphant return in "Man of Steel", another adaptation that begins with the origin story of the world’s most famous superhero. Born Kal-El, the last natural son of Krypton is sent to Earth by his birth parents before their dying world ceases to exist. Discovered by a childless couple on earth, he is adopted and raised as Clark Kent. Equipped with Kryptonian super powers, he is a man with no earthly equal.

TV Report Card | 'Glee' Season 4 Review

Overview: Glee’s 4th season followed the exploits of McKinley High’s new faces and that of former students, Rachel and Kurt, as they headed to New York to make their dreams come true.

Storyline Direction: Glee has always been a really great show and without going any further, there is no other world that TV has created that I wish the real world more closely resembled. Glee is more than a musical and contrary to some people’s opinions, it is not an After School Special. This is a smart, funny, quirky and honest show that is equal parts enlightened education and entertainment.