Treo In the Grass: Part Two

I woke up Monday morning to drive home from Chattanooga and couldn’t find my Treo. I looked all over my friend Jay’s house before coming to terms with the fact that I had lost my smart phone. The night before, I’d gathered with a bunch of my friends in a field for a belated 4th of July picnic sponsored by my church in Cleveland.I thought to myself surely I couldn’t have lost it the same way I did before. That’s… Read more

Don’t Say Nothin’ At All

I know you’ve already seen this picture before on this site but today I’m participating in a Third Day group blog, so bear with me. This is back in 1995 before we were famous (notice I included myself) and we are so young (me a little older, though). I remember being impressed that they were all from my hometown of Marietta, Georgia and comparing notes on high schools (I went to Lassiter).And here are few more current pics:By the way,… Read more

Don’t Say Nothin’ At All

I know you’ve already seen this picture before on this site but today I’m participating in a Third Day group blog, so bear with me. This is back in 1995 before we were famous (notice I included myself) and we are so young (me a little older, though). I remember being impressed that they were all from my hometown of Marietta, Georgia and comparing notes on high schools (I went to Lassiter).And here are few more current pics:By the way,… Read more

Peter Furler Interview

The Newsboys’ Peter Furler was my very first interview ever, back in the fall of 1994. A few years ago I caught back up with him and suddenly my interviewing skills reminded me of old Chris Farley sketches so I just went with it. Read more

My Wall-E Review

Had a chance to see the new Pixar film Wall-E Monday night. So far, I think I’m one of the only reviewers I’ve seen who has anything negative to say. Don’t get me wrong – I loved the first half of the movie. The second half, not so much. Read my review here and tell me what you think (I’m proud of the headline). Read more

“Someone Like Me”: Sinead O’Connor Interview on “Theology”

Being a child of the 80s, one of my most memorable interviews has been with the enigmatic Sinead O’Connor. A couple of years ago, she recorded Theology, an album of songs inspired by the Old Testament (with a New Testament song as well) and sought to speak to religious audiences.I didn’t know what to expect when I called her. I had images of the outspoken rebel shunning the mainstream in my mind and wondered if her hesitation and awkardness might… Read more

HULK SMASH!

I was thrilled with the opportunity to catch an early look at The Incredible Hulk Monday night at Universal Studios. I’ve been looking forward to this film since I saw enough of the previews to know it wasn’t going to be like the 2003 snore-fest they did. It was worth the wait. Here’s my review:Don’t tell him I said this, but the Hulk is the kind of superhero I was always kinda ho-hum about. Basically the guy’s a Jekyll and… Read more

Zohan: You’ve Been Warned

Imagine a roomful of monkeys armed with typewriters and the possibility of them accidentally typing the works of Shakespeare and that’s an example of how unlikely the evolutionary theory is – of complex life transforming from simple organisms. Even with that in mind, today I considered the strong possibility that said monkeys actually could come up with the script to the latest Adam Sandler flick, You Don’t Mess With The Zohan.Perhaps I’m being too harsh but I’m positive a room… Read more

Free Music – Downhere Wide-Eyed & Mystified

Who says you can’t get something good for free anymore? The band Downhere is giving away its last disc, Wide-Eyed and Mystified, during the month of June. As this is one of my favorite discs of the past few years, I’d strongly recommend checking it out if you don’t have it. Read more

Indy’s Still Got It!

Seems like everywhere you turn, people who used to have “it” don’t anymore. Darth Vader, Keanu Reeves, Fozzy Bear, The Maytag Repairman (who I saw today by the way) are just shadows of their former selves, leaving us all a reminder of what the ravages of time can do to our own entertainment value and marketability. In that sense, I didn’t have high hopes for the return of my childhood hero Indiana Jones, especially with rumors of alien artifacts and… Read more

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