Monthly Archives: April 2012

Big Four Sunset

Sun setting over the Ohio, as seen from Big Four Park, Louisville, Kentucky.

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Idioms of the Greek New Testament

I’m enjoying this book altogether too much.

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Cone Mills + Self Edge

John is sporting a new pair of Roy/Self Edge jeans.  The denim was made in Cone Mill, the same place my Raleigh Denim jeans were milled. This video will probably give you a new appreciation for how much work goes … Continue reading

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Wendell Berry on Imagination and Place

I will say, from my own belief and experience, that imagination thrives on contact, on tangible connection. For humans to have a responsible relationship to the world, they must imagine their places in it. To have a place, to live … Continue reading

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Spring Reading List: White Noise

One of my favorite wedding presents (other than cash of course) was the novel White Noise by Don DeLillo.  The book is a postmodern classic about Jack Gladney, a professor of Hitler studies at a non-descript liberal arts college in … Continue reading

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Polkinghorne on Art and Eschatology

“For many people, art provides the window through which they glimpse a sight of an everlasting reality underlying the flux of the changing world. Richard Bauckham has discussed the way in which artistic experience ‘enables us to indwell the moment … Continue reading

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Sightglass Coffee

One of Julie’s and my favorite coffee shops in San Francisco was Sightglass Coffee in SOMA. We loved the wide open hanger-like space, the wooden tables, the double Strada bar set up, the record player, the courteous service, the vintage … Continue reading

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Monkey Mocha Fantastique

Monkey Mocha Fantastique- TRAILER from William H. Wallace II on Vimeo. Ever lost your girl to another barista with better latte art skills than you? It’s a story as old as the hills, but it’s been immortalized in the form … Continue reading

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Double Hockey Sticks

My latest sports obsession is the National Hockey League, largely  due to the fact that I got to go to a Carolina Hurricanes game as part of my bachelor party back in March (one of the many benefits of getting … Continue reading

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Wife + New House

My wife and I signed a lease recently on a house in Wilder Park.  We love the South End and are excited to be part of such a historic and diverse neighborhood… we’re not sure how happy we will be … Continue reading

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