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Today In Grateful Dead History: September 9, 1982 - Saenger Performing Arts Center, New Orleans, LA

This is a hot show from the first notes of Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo through the final verse of Johnny B. Goode.  The band never loses momentum and almost goes off the rails entirely during a lunatic second set version of… 341 more words

Grateful Dead

Screening History: "Samson and Delilah" (1949)

Well, I finally got around to watching my Blu-Ray edition of Cecil B. DeMille’s epic Samson and Delilah, and I can definitely say that it was worth the wait.   763 more words

Epic Film

August 12, 1881: Ready When You Are, C.B.

Cecil B. DeMille was a larger-than-life filmmaker throughout the first half of the last century as well as God’s public relations director. Born in1881 in Ashfield, Massachusetts, he went on to enter the world of theater as an actor, director and playwright.  292 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

Sword Dance 22: To Lose Thee Were To Lose Myself

NB: Zombie posts all this week and part of next. I will be traveling and (with luck) seeing a Certain Actor tread the boards.

John Milton wrote a tragedy about Samson and Delilah, which reflected his belief in Woman’s ability to seduce and destroy Man. 1,617 more words

Romance Fiction

The Touch of Betrayal, a SIN & HONEY novella, Taryn Scarlett

The Touch of Betrayal, a SIN & HONEY novella,  Taryn Scarlett
Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
Genre:  Romance,
Taryn has taken some well known old testament stories and given us another (fictional) view of them. 395 more words


“Get Rid of Delilah!”

[Printable version]

Scripture reading: 1 Thessalonians 5:5-6

God Almighty has been speaking to us, His people, that our eyes are not in good condition. 575 more words

Christian Walk

"Samson" (Regina Spektor)

A few months back, I heard a beautiful song, by an artist I wish I’d started listening to years ago. During the first flush of love for a new singer/songwriter, I went off to YouTube and listened to several of her songs; but mostly, this one on repeat. 501 more words