Monthly Archives: September 2017
Here’s one last cover of a Rich Mullins song by Andrew Peterson on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Rich’s untimely death. It’s classic Rich with just enough Peterson. Wonderful imagery with truly driving music.
These clips from Edgar Wright’s Hot Fuzz seem appropriate given the trajectory of the next couple of days. Before the country: In the country:
Last week many remembered the 20th anniversary of Rich Mullins’ death. A few covers of Rich’s hits have been floating around. Here’s another cover by Andrew Peterson. This times its the opener of one of Rich’s best albums: volume 2 … Continue reading
One of the most interesting sci-fi-fi reads for me over the last few years was Jeff Vandermeer’s Annihilation. It’s the first in the “Southern Reach” trilogy, a trio of books released one every six months for a year. The story … Continue reading
We’re one week out from the premiere of a new season of super-hero shows on the CW. Words has already started spreading about this year’s four-show crossover. Last year we had more of a three-show story (the Supergirl episode was … Continue reading
This past weekend at camp I had a good conversation with a co-worker about the state of movies, particularly those of the dystopian/teenage kind. I had such high hopes for The Hunger Games, even though I left most of those … Continue reading
Once again, Caulfield makes a good point. Today’s Frazz by Jef Mallett: (image from gocomics.com)
Just back from a weekend at camp. Catching up on a season six episode of 30 Rock led me to this gem, which I had no recollection of when the season originally aired. Fassbender’s Macbeth has nothing on Mayor McCheese.
Yesterday I posted a recent WuMo Sunday strip that made nods at the role of a technology popular long before our phones and tablets: the book. Two other recent WuMo strips bring things closer to the present, particularly in how … Continue reading