It’s a landmark album, but more importantly, it’s a beautiful album, and time has done nothing to change that.
Also: The ethics of technological artifacts, a Studio Ghibli artwork gallery, and lots of cool military tech and tactics.
What, you don’t see the rocket, gumball machine, and dump truck on there?
It seems like forever ago that I first wrote about Native Lights, a Tulsa-based “super-group” featuring members of Ester Drang and Unwed Sailor.
The awkward way she held the marker and her tiny chicken scratch said everything they needed to.
Comfort food of the finest degree.
None of these songs are actually on my year-end list, but they easily could’ve been.
There are moments that you live for as a parent. Like his very first laser tag.
Also: Christmas music, the Internet and our own sinfulness, Guardians of the Galaxy, and real life superheroes.
A glimpse of the future shape of the video game audience.
I’d forgotten how pleasant it is to stretch out on the couch and get lost, if for a few minutes, in an honest-to-goodness book.
You know they’re delicious because of all the butter.
She’s not even in preschool yet, but she’ll be a teenager before I know it, and Lord help me then.
Want to see this work of art in real life? Come to Redeemer’s Christmas program on December 14.
Who am I to deny the incredible cuteness of kids making cookies?
Holiday parties and live karaoke, the way it was meant to be.
Time seems to stand still whenever Low’s debut album is playing; listening to it is as much an act of meditation as anything else.
Good friends, the “Wrath of God,” chocolate, and scotch. What more do you need?
An excellent analysis of what makes Jackie Chan’s filmmaking so unique and enjoyable.
Tonight’s devotion came from this camouflaged amateur theologian.