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Does Your House Have A Face?

An eyebrow dormer, also known as a roof eyebrow, is a wavy dormer that protrudes through the slope of a roof. It contains a window that may be fixed or operable. 529 more words

Home Inspection

The Stooges - Raw Power - YES

I don’t listen to the Stooges that often any more. I have never spent much time with Iggy’s solo work. I’m currently reading a book on the Stooges (a pretty damn average book, but the subject matter carries it). 653 more words

IGGY POP - " The Albums " Born April 21st 1947

Last February one month after the death of his close friend and collaborator David Bowie ,Iggy Pop covered Bowie’s “The Jean Genie” at Carnegie Hall. Two weeks earlier, he had said in an interview that he’s probably “closing up” and retiring from the recording business after the release of his new album… 1,670 more words

MUSIC

April Date Night

WE DYED EASTER EGGS!
I mean, we did okay. For two adults who probably have not done this in over two decades we did pretty well. 476 more words

METALLICA & IGGY POP - " T.V. Eye " (Live - Mexico City, 5th March 2017)

Iggy Pop joined Metallica onstage at a gig in Mexico City. They joined forces to perform the song “T.V. Eye,” a track from The Stooges… 67 more words

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March Writing Challenge Days 3 and 4: “The Choice” and "Fun House"

I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend! I spent my time volunteering at auditions for the School of Music, eating cookie dough with my roommate, watching “Tangled” for the thousandth time, and attending two marvelously-prepared flute recitals. 1,542 more words

Writing Challenge

This House is Bigger Than We Think

Homily for Sunday, February 26, 2017
Last Sunday After the Epiphany
Matthew 17:1-9

https://trinitynewton.files.wordpress.com/2017/03/02_26_17-sermon-mp3.mp3

Fun Home,” the heartbreaker / tear-jerker Broadway musical that recently closed, is a detective story of sorts about a lesbian cartoonist trying to understand her recently-deceased father and, by extension, herself.  1,234 more words

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