Tags » Blood Brothers

A Common Friend to Both - A Visit with Archbishop Chacour

Deal W. Hudson
Published August 3, 2010

Archbishop Elias Chacour of the Melkite Church in Israel is a remarkable man. Nominated several times for the Nobel Peace Prize, the author of three books on religion, and now in his early 70s, he’s an internationally recognized leader in the effort to find a peaceful solution to the hostilities between Jews and Arabs. 420 more words

Archbishop Chacour

Blood Brothers EP, by Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band

Released 1996

23 min, 1 sec

In 1995, Bruce Springsteen faced the prospect of a Greatest Hits album, and decided on quite the marketing tactic: reuniting the E Street Band to record a few new songs for the album. 688 more words

The List

Hymn to the Blood Brothers

Hail to Him who drank Gunnlöð’s mead,
and hail to Him who ate Gullveig’s heart.
To Odin and Loki, Blood Brothers, hail!

Hail to Frigga’s Lord, 420 more words

Celebrating the Release of Blood Brothers

As I’ve been on my writing journey, I’ve met all sorts of interesting people, especially fellow authors at my Soul Mate Publishing house. One author has been very kind to me—or is that really… 1,586 more words


REVIEW: Blood Brothers - King's Theatre, Glasgow

“Have you heard the story about the Johnstone twins?” The famous first line from Willy Russell’s enduring classic Blood Brothers still has the power to move audiences nearly a quarter of a century on. 442 more words


A Samhain Spotlight on Blood Brothers

I am thrilled to welcome back Soul Mate author C.D. Hersh. Having read their debut novel The Promised One, I am looking forward to the release of… 1,211 more words

Joanne Guidoccio

I double dare you

So there’s this pleasant game in which you choose 3 words to describe what Bruce means to you, and well, you have a whole bunch of Love-Faith-Happiness or Family-Life-Hope selection, and it’s all very good, and true. 48 more words

Bruce Springsteen