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Creation Dream and After the Rain by Bruce Cockburn

And so to Bruce, finally.  It had to come.  My Bruce-history needs to be told.  But first, these songs.

I get them mixed up, if truth be told.  759 more words


Way too early Super 25 teams to watch: Flanagan ready to fly again

While the preseason Super 25 football rankings won’t come out for a few weeks, this is one of a series on teams that could contend in the Super 25 high school football rankings next season.  593 more words


What goes around comes around

Some really well executed typographic pieces by Charles Williams.

Fortune Magazine – 500

The Very Grey Matter Of Edward Blank

Press Up – Rise… 7 more words


The New Bon Ton Magazine; or Telescope of the Times, 1818-1821

The New Bon Ton Magazine; or Telescope of the Times was a monthly satirical journal published by John Johnston of Cheapside from May 1818 until April 1821. 801 more words

George Cruikshank

True Friendship

It seems odd to describe someone you deeply respect with the words “ugly as a chimpanzee,” but that’s precisely what C.S. Lewis once did.

Yet, reading the description in full, we find that Lewis considered the physical unattractiveness of his mentor to be a… 606 more words

C.S. Lewis

"Lately arrived from London..." British caricatures in the American press

Sometime during the late autumn of 1806, the Scottish artist and engraver William Charles packed up his belongings and boarded a ship that would carry him away from England to start a new life in America. 2,982 more words

American Revolution

The Seven Literary Sages Christian History Issue: A closer look with Jennifer Woodruff Tait

The “Seven Literary Sages” Christian History issue 113 was released early in 2015 in honor of the Wade Center’s 50th anniversary, features the seven authors of the Wade Center, and highlights their continuing relevance to significant issues facing our world today. 787 more words

C.S. Lewis