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OTL #598: Local transportation update, KTWH-FM anchors Two Harbors, MN, The Secret History of Joe Carter

Ramble on!  Mike Stephen chats with Chicago Reader transportation columnist John Greenfield about the latest local transportation issues, connects with volunteers from KTWH-FM (99.5) in Two Harbors, MN, to learn about that community radio station, and enters the lair of  53 more words

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What If I Want Jordan Peterson instead of Wendell Berry?

The Gospel Allies are always peppering readers with guidance on contemporary culture without ever acknowledging that many Christians would be better served by reading secular publications (like The New Yorker, The American Conservative, Times Literary Supplement). 471 more words

Evangelicalism

97. Strange Tales #113

Creative Team:
Cover Artists:
Writers: Stan Lee, Joe Carter
Pencilers: Dick Ayers
Inkers: Dick Ayers
Colourists:
Letterers: Sam Rosen

Issue Information:
616 Universe Order Number: 97th… 364 more words

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88. Strange Tales #112

Creative Team:
Cover Artists:
Writers: Stan Lee, Joe Carter
Pencilers: Dick Ayers
Inkers: Dick Ayers
Colourists:
Letterers: Sam Rosen

The 88th book in the 616 Universe chronology is… 359 more words

Silver Age

Hats Off To Calvinists Urging Integrity

At least one evangelical clan hasn’t rowed down the river of political slime.

The bloc of enthusiastic Calvinists over at the Gospel Coalition, co-founded by Donald A. 523 more words

The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is expanding

The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum arrived in St. Mary’s  from Toronto 23 years ago.

In that time, it has become rooted in the fabric of the town and this winter, those roots are going to grow a great deal stronger as the Hall undergoes a significant expansion. 520 more words

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Remember 1993? Cheerless Toronto Blue Jays off-season provides handy excuse to celebrate the glory years

The Toronto Blue Jays haven’t engendered a whole lot of goodwill in the early weeks of their off-season. As fans wait to see if Alex Anthopoulos’ Los Angeles Dodgers can rebound from a stunning Game 2 loss in the World Series, his replacements at the helm, president Mark Shapiro and GM Ross Atkins, have made news for dismissing a host of off-field employees, from training personnel and communications staff to the visiting clubhouse manager, Len Frejlich, who had been around since the franchise was founded four decades ago. 755 more words

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