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Get Visual: On passing.
Chuck Miller: The Blackbird: 2006-2016.
John Oliver: Debt Buyers.
What one missed on the radio was Emmanuel Ax’s his utter humility, expressed well in his face.
Some months ago, The Wife contributed to our local public radio station WAMC, for which she got two tickets to watch the taping of the National Public Radio program Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!, a weekly hour-long quiz program where “you can test your knowledge against some of the best and brightest in the news and entertainment world while figuring out what’s real news and what’s made up.”
While the Daughter stayed with friends, we went to western Massachusetts, dropped off our stuff at a motel, then on to Tanglewood. This is the lovely music venue that’s been the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra for decades, the site of a couple music schools, and is a beautiful venue for classical music, jazz, performers such as James Taylor, and John Williams and the Boston Pops.
It had been a long time since I had gone to Tanglewood Continue reading “Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! at Tanglewood, August 29”
Representations of faith such as the one mentioned above does little to aid the cause of Christendom in the greater world, and frankly mortifies more than a few Christians – such as this one – to boot.
At church this past Sunday, there was a dramatic reading of Matthew 4:1-11, the text in which Jesus, hungry in the wilderness for 40 days, is tempted by the devil. In the service, the choir sang a response praising God periodically during the reading. Then at the end, the devil is walking around the sanctuary, singing the very same song that the choir had been performing. It was quite affecting.
I was reminded of this a couple days ago when I saw on YouTube a video of a young woman praising God for answering the prayers of “the believers”, that “God literally took Japan by shoulders and shook it.” Continue reading “The Devil Is In The Details”