“We must remember our history so we can find new reasons to justify the same mistakes.” I hope this is that election. The moment when it finally crumbles. . .the moment when all this righteous rhetoric is seen for what it is. . .political pandering and meaningless shell game shuffling. The tired narrative has been […]
And I looked among the ashes and saw a new Kingdom rising. My heart leapt within me and I gave myself freely to the pursuit of this more permanent Kingdom. It has made all the difference in my days on earth and it shall be the joy of my eternal future.
My wife and I finally found enough free time to see the new musical First Date, a co-production of ACT-A Contemporary Theatre and The 5th Avenue Theatre. As we settled into our seats and perused the program, my wife whispered, “I wonder if anyone on a first date is seeing this show? That sounds like […]
In response to the overwhelming success of The Hunger Games, executives at Lionsgate Studios have announced they will immediately begin production of a spin off to the Hunger Games Trilogy. The new three part movie will also be accompanied by a soon to be authored book of the same name. Rumors are that J.K. Rowling […]
An early morning April 1st press release has shaken the internet world to its core. After an elaborate six month investigation, researchers have determined that 90% of all internet content originates from one author, Walter P. Mooreridge. After checking the grammatical, syntactical, and thematic structure of millions of original and aggregated posts, researchers determined that […]
Jon Foreman of Switchfoot gave me permission to repost this blog. . . or at least his publicist said he gave me permission. Either way, thought I’d share this thought provoking post on being possessed by truth. Possessed By Truth By Jon Foreman of Switchfoot www.Jonforeman.com www.Switchfoot.com I am in seat 23 E on a […]
An Apology to SNL’s Andy Samberg My apologies to Andy Samberg. I few months back I wrote a quick post about my dislike of Andy Samberg’s SNL Digital Short, “Wish it Would Rain.” To convey my disdain of that particular video, I may have employed unfair hyperbole. In retrospect, calling Andy Samberg’s Wish it Would […]
Seattle is one of the top three theater towns in the United States. In this indepth interview the 5th Avenue Theatre’s Executive Producer and Artistic Director, David Armstrong talks about the Seattle theater community with Doug Bursch of Live from Seattle. David Armstrong Interview