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Tuesday S&H recs: grief [Jan. 16th, 2018|01:11 pm]
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My go-to theme is often Sweet Revenge because it's so easy to find the stories, and then I sometimes go on a tangent. I found three short stories here that all seem to be on a theme of grief and numbness.

Retirement (m/m) by Jojo
Dobey's signed the papers...

Numb (gen) by Bdonna
When they told me that I'd never be able to work as a police officer again, I felt like I'd been punched in the gut... Starsky POV, AU-ish missing scene for "Sweet Revenge"

River of Oblivion (gen) by Hardboiled Baby
They call it a painkiller.

C'mon, bring them out into the light--you must have some favorite Sweet Revenge stories, or any fic you recently read.
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Looking for a story... [Jan. 14th, 2018|02:10 pm]
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Hoping someone can help. I'm looking for a Hutch-centric story that was linked to the Bay City Library years ago — but I forgot the name of the story and can't find it. It takes place after Hutch is already a cop. The twist is that Hutch served in Vietnam and just never talked about it (even Starsky didn't know.) I think Hutch had been a pow and managed to get out with 4 or 5 other guys and years later, someone was killing them off one by one. 

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Tuesday S&H recs: Hostages [Jan. 9th, 2018|01:28 pm]
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Hostages originally aired on January 7, 1976--look at young John Ritter! His son is older than that now. Look at Starsky and Hutch all dressed up like security guards. This is a solid episode, without a lot of suffering for our guys, so I was surprised to find stories at all. What I did find were lovely, and fascinating, focusing on other characters than Bay City's detectives.

Fortune Teller (gen) by Verlaine
A day in the life of Madame Yram. A tag for The Hostages

Coming to an Understanding (gen) by HardboiledBaby
Sweet Alice understands, only all too well. Missing scene from the ep "The Hostages."

Throw out any of your favorites--related to Hostages or not!
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Prompt Fic: Week 84 [Jan. 7th, 2018|03:44 pm]
Starsky & Hutch Fans


Happy New Year, friends! I hope you had a wonderful time perusing all the gifts at the Advent Calendar—truly an abundance of S&H goodness!

If all those delightful new fanworks have gotten your creative juices flowing, well, guess what? It's time for a new prompts post! No specific theme; just throw out some ideas and see if anything blooms :)

The basic rules are:

* Anyone can leave a prompt, anyone can fill a prompt.

* Each prompt should be posted as separate comment. Up to five prompts per person, please. (No limit on fills.)

* Prompts should be formatted: Character(s) or pairing(s); prompt

For example:
Starsky+Hutch; illusion
Starsky/Hutch; mambo
Any+any; working overtime

* To fill a prompt, reply to the appropriate comment with your fic. If your fill is too long for a single comment, you may post in multiple comments or post elsewhere and provide a link.

* Multiple fills to the same prompt is perfectly fine.

* You are allowed to fill your own prompt.

* If none of the current prompts catches your fancy, search the !lonely_prompt tag on Tagpacker for more ideas.

More detailed information can be found here. Happy writing!

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Tuesday S&H recs: episodes that aired in January [Jan. 2nd, 2018|01:35 pm]
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While it may not seem like a New Year's kind of episode, Bloodbath originally aired on January 1, 1977. Which brings to mind--why would the court be holding a hearing on what we can assume is Dec. 31st? Because, January 1st is a holiday and the court wouldn't be open at all. So is the action on the screen not supposed to be on the day we see it? So many questions that have little to do with the violence, angst and true love we see. Starsky kidnapped, Hutch searching everywhere for him! There are plenty of fic to choose from--

Never Let Go (m/m) by Molo
n this coda to Bloodbath, Starsky slowly recovers his disturbing memories of that shattered time, and learns something valuable in the process.

Resonance (gen) by Sunny D
The trauma from Starsky's kidnapping has some unexpected repercussions. Post-ep for "Bloodbath."

You must have some other favorites?
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Tuesday S&H recs: Christmas past... [Dec. 26th, 2017|07:39 pm]
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If you're not stuffed with the Advent Calendar (and I haven't finished it yet!) maybe you have room for a few older Christmassy memories. I have recced Merry Merry before and probably will again, every single year.

Merry, Merry (m/m) by Verlaine
Some things can't be fixed. Others take time and care and love.

Great Aunt Gladiola's Fruitcake (m/m) by Kaye Austen Michaels
A Holiday slice of life in the Starsky & Hutch household.

Which are your favorite older Christmas fics?
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Door #24 of the Advent Calendar is open! [Dec. 24th, 2017|12:04 am]
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Finally, it's time to open the very last door of the Advent Calendar! And Elves D.P. Patricks, Wightfaerie, and Suzan have crafted three wonderful gifts to bring our calendar to an amazing close for this year. But that doesn't mean the Calendar is over. All the stories, the poems, the vids, the puzzles, the podfic, the podcasts, the art -- oh, the art! -- will continue to be available for all to enjoy!

Special thanks to Suzan who designed the graphics and created the main page art (and other gifts), and Cyanne who creates the calendar's structure, installs the graphics, and keeps the whole thing running smoothly.

We have surpassed a thousand comments, and are still counting. The fandom's collective participation this year has been overwhelming. Thanks to everyone who created gifts, sent comments, and worked with us to make such a memorable Advent Calendar.

To everyone in SH fandom, have a wonderful holiday season and a Happy New Year!  
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There's a Starsky and Hutch Christmas Carol Up on YouTube, and One Mixed One [Dec. 23rd, 2017|11:27 pm]
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Santa Drank the Moonshine - Jug Mountain Boys

And you'll find more Muncle scenes in the Mixed video Deck The Halls - Helen Reddy


And a reminder for Christmas Eve that we came out with the statistical proof in 2016 that Henry Livingston wrote "Night Before Christmas" and not Clement Moore.

The Night Before Christmas" by The Trail Band to massive numbers of antique illustrations from my collection, in the Henry Livingston playlist

My 3 Kindle books will be free for Christmas starting December 23, 2017.

*****FREE*****FOR CHRISTMAS*****
Henry Livingston, The Poet You Always Loved

Thrice Happy Poetry - 14 poems of love and women by Henry Livingston, comic book style, illustrated with 174 antique postcards

The Night Before Christmas - by Henry Livingston, NOT Clement Moore - the original 1823 version of the poem with 89 illustrations from 21 different vintage editions

A most Happy Christmas to all.
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Door #23 of the Advent Calendar is open! [Dec. 22nd, 2017|10:52 pm]
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Wow. This is the next-to-the-last Advent Calendar door. All the elves at the Advent Calendar workshop are so focused on making sure there are enough gifts and that the gifts are all presented as their creators intended, and that we get everything posted on time that when it starts to wind down… we're not really sure what to do with ourselves. I got a little Christmas shopping done today. I mean, it's not last minute or anything. There are two more days, right? But once that's done then…?

I know! We can start planning SHareCon 2018! Yeah! Just watch this space.

Today's trio of lovely gifts are brought to you by Elves Wanda Horvath, Hardboiledbaby, and m. butterfly. And we have now officially surpassed 1,000 comments!!! Take a bow everyone!
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Door #22 of the Advent Calendar is open! [Dec. 22nd, 2017|12:07 am]
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We are so close to Christmas I can hear the reindeer bells jingling. I know it's almost Christmas because the famous leaning Christmas tree of Beltsville is standing -- crookedly -- in my living room in all its cockeyed glory. My neighbors' houses are beautifully decorated and in my bay window stands our lopsided tree. Well, like we always say, nothing in this house is straight! Not even the Christmas tree.

Fortunately, the elves of the Advent Calendar are true crafters. Today's gifts are from the hard working Wightfaerie and D. P. Patricks. And for those of you commenting so faithfully, you should know we are over 900 comments with two days to go! That's a gift to all our hardworking elves. Thanks!
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