Monthly Archives: October 2006

Name That Tune

Hello–how are youHave you been alright, through all those lonely nights,Thats what I’d say, I’d tell you everything,If you’d pick up that telephone. Can you guess it? Oh yes I am wiseBut it’s wisdom born of painYes, I’ve paid the … Continue reading

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Conrad & the Spider

Back in August, I posted the sudden passing of Mary Stolzenbach. Last night I was informed that her husband, Conrad, collapsed Monday after listening to a violin concert and, within minutes, was gone. His death followed Mary’s by 80 days. … Continue reading

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Mr Mills Made My Mornin’

Doctor’s check-up, waiting room, time to spare. I found myself — finally — reading last month’s issue of TOUCHSTONE magazine. Lately, my nighttime recreational reading consisted of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. I finished it last night; it was … Continue reading

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When Glossolalia Ain’t Sexy No Mo

“Jethro! Come on in here, boy. Mr Drysdale’s got a question fer ya.” Jethro enters with customary high-water pants, too small long-sleeved shirt, and, oddly enough, tin foil wrapped around his head with antennae sticking out. JETHRO: “Golly, Mr Drysdale! … Continue reading

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REVIEW: The Nativity Story

Can Anything Good Come Out of Hollywood?It’s Hollywood not Tradition; and, after all, it’s just a movie. But having had the opportunity to read the script for New Line Cinema’s The Nativity Story, I can honestly say: It’s pretty good. … Continue reading

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