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The Devil’s Doughnut

Carson cursed loudly as he pulled off the exit ramp to his work. It was his turn to bring breakfast for the office and he hadn’t remembered until waking up this morning. The dilemma Carson was facing was twofold: he was in direct competition for a promotion at work with Jenny and he feared she may be pulling ahead. Last week, she had brought in homemade quiche, though Carson raised an eyebrow as to the authenticity of the homemade portion of her claims. The quiche tasted suspiciously similar to the ones made at a downtown bistro their boss had previously deemed his favorite restaurant in town. Hack or not, Jenny had been praised throughout the week for her baking skills and now Carson found himself frantically wracking his brain for an immediate solution to office breakfast.

His car slowed as he passed the sign for “Devil’s Doughnuts” and after lingering long enough that a car behind him honked, Carson pulled into the parking lot.  His boss had been on a health craze lately. Though probably laying the foundation for a Human Resources nightmare, Carson’s boss had been chiding employees who were seen eating unhealthier options for their lunch. Carson had the benefit of a fast metabolism and a general apathy towards food. Eating was something that merely fueled his body from Point A to Point B. His slim frame was testament to that. Once Carson took note of his boss’ behavior towards the chips and burger crowd, he made a show of producing salads and crudités for lunch.  Earning a pat on the back and praising of his general trimness, Carson felt his chances of a promotion grow exponentially.

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Carson Aldridge directed by Christian Oita


Carson Aldridge directed by Christian Oita

Carson: Steve what’s your favorite One Direction song? What’s your thoughts on One Direction?

Steve: Actually I’m a fan. I’ve been a fan. It’s not even a guilty pleasure of mine - it’s a different genre. I’m already known to work outside of my genre. 

Ethel Waters, Carson McCullers and Julie Harris at the after party on opening night of The Member of the Wedding. Waters and Harris would go on to recreate their roles in the film version in 1952 directed by Fred Zinneman. Photo by Ruth Orkin


3rd Ave El (1955) 

Impressionistic short film of the Third Avenue Elevated Railway in Manhattan, New York City, before it was demolished. Directed by Carson Davidson and nominated for an Oscar.


Grand Army Plaza | Directed by Desire: The Collected Poems of June Jordan

Alice Notley | Will Jonah Ever Be Swallowed | Byzantine Parables

I Must Become a Menace to My Enemies | Directed by Desire: The Collected Poems of June Jordan

Anne Carson | Hekabe | Grief Lessons: Four Plays | Euripides

Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick | Between Men


TItle: First Outside, Inside Last

This is the beginning to the “Application” Kurson fic. Set in AU S3.

Summary: It’s Carson’s first week at William McKinley High, and everyone is acting fucking weird.

Lima, Ohio.

A little benign cyst that popped up in the middle of the cows and called itself a town.

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Advance stills for Major Crimes 314 “Trial by Fire”

“Trial by Fire” – Monday, Dec. 15, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)

There is a miscarriage of justice when a gang banger is acquitted of murder and released from custody. Sharon’s ex-husband, Jack Raydor (guest star Tom Berenger) represents the suspect in a subsequent murder. Rusty takes a chance when the guy (guest star Mitch Ryan) he has a crush on visits the station. Jon Tenney, Kathe Mazur, Steve Tom, Jude Ciccolella and Glenn Plummer guest star.

Directed by Stacey K. Black
Written by Ralph Gifford & Carson Moore
Created by James Duff