The winter concert by the Angelica Cantanti Youth Choir in Bloomington, Minnesota. Sam is a baritone and this was his first choir performance. They were wonderful! https://www.angelicacantanti.org/
Category / Arts and Entertainment
Hans Zimmer’s masterful soundtrack for the Christopher Nolan movie “Interstellar” is one of my favorites. This is a wonderful performance and video of a few select arrangements by Antonino Buschiazzo, played on a Walcker-organ at Saint-Paul’s church in Strasbourg, France. Witnessing this in person would be a treat. The entire building is the instrument.
Amazon’s adaption of Robert Jordan’s The Wheel of Time is coming to your streaming TV on November 19th. This is easily my most anticipated show or movie of the last few years. The “WOT” fanbase is huge, as the epic tale has been one of the most popular fantasy book series of the last 30 […]
The end of each year brings the best of lists from across the arts and entertainment media. Here is a list of best of articles that I’ll update as I find new ones. David Ehrlich’s “The 25 Best Films of 2018: A Video Countdown” (video above) The New York Times “The Best Books of 2018“ […]
…and so does Pomplamoose.
Charlie just turned ten and is finishing up the last few chapters of the last Harry Potter book. Sam is almost eight and is in the middle of book 5. Jodi and I both read all the books as they came out and have enjoyed revisiting them with the boys. We’ve been watching the movies, […]
I just finished the audio book Daemon by Daniel Suarez and really enjoyed it. It is a technological thriller with a Internet-based villain. If you’re interested in Internet and computer technology and like a good, action packed read, this won’t disappoint. I don’t listen to many audio books, but I thought this production was a […]
The brilliant, sardonic web comic Get Your War On by David Rees is available as a complete series in paperback. I don’t own this yet, but I will. Also,
More information on this amazing work of passion can be found on Chris Webber’s blog.