Saturday, November 01, 2014

Jake Weber Interview


Sustainability and Primality


St. Nicholas National [Orthodox] Shrine

Stuart Duncan & Noam Pikelny - Wheel Hoss

Sermon of Dom Antoine Forgeot

Rorate Caeli: Fontgombault Sermon - All Saints: “I have come to cast fire upon the earth”

Meeting the Need of Nostalgia

Play 900 classic arcade games in your web browser, right now

John Garvey on CUA

A Tale of Three Colleges, Part II: The Catholic University of America

(via Mirror of Justice)

Fr. John Behr to Give Advent Retreat at Holy Trinity Cathedral


William Lind on Political Correctness

Friday, October 31, 2014

Something for All Hallow's Eve


The T Sisters Sing the National Anthem


Halloween Party Tonight

Hope it is successful...

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Austen Would Roll in Her Grave...


Jordi Savall Refuses Prize


A Needed Ministry



Related:

Will the Old Catholics Return to Communion?



Related...

An Interview with the Author

of that Hobbit Party book... The Political Vision of J.R.R. Tolkien - The author of The Hobbit, says Dr. Jay W. Richards, "didn’t like concentrated political power, even when it could seem to be justified for noble purposes."
(via Insight Scoop)

Mandolin Orange, "Cavalry"



Madison Bumgarner - the Hickory Assassin. Works for me. Had to laugh at the neutered response given by the two hosts on KNBR after the suggestion was made. As if they would actually be critical of real-world assassinations... drone killings, any one?

Better a nickname which leads one to not take sports so seriously while respecting the abilities of players, than a nickname which feeds into the sports fanatic mindset. MadBum? That isn't offensive in a different way? Also funny that the local hero, at least for today, is a Southron. (You going to tell him he has a girl's name?)

Won't make it to the parade, probably wouldn't want to deal with the crowds anyway... May buy some merchandise for the Giants though...
Parade



Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Daniel McCarthy on James Burnham

American Machiavelli
James Burnham reveals how our oligarchy rules.

A Better World Radio: Helena Norberg-Hodge, Filmmaker, Author

link

Chevrolet, You've Lost a Potential Customer

After pushing these ads on the American public during the World Series.


Because She's So Modest


The Horror South of the Border


Slow Medicine


Fr. James LeBar


Pizza?


Is TOB the Answer?

Not Neutral: Technology and the “Theology of the Body” by Adrian Walker

We need to acknowledge limits... Why Resilience? by Joseph Fiksel (Resilience)

The Hobbit Party

Ignatius Press

However, it is written by someone associated with the Acton Institute...

Orthodoxy in North Korea


Sale at Holy Virgin Cathedral Bookstore


Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Russell Peters Coming to San Jose

His tour - $48 to $68... whoo

Big Picture Activism


Yo-Yo Ma


Blanka Vlasic


The Ark Community?

Who We Are - What do the Celtic Orthodox make of them?






Bill Evans: The Banjo in America

Stanford Continuing Studies - Thursday, October 30 at 7:30.





Related:

A Conversation with Roger Scruton on How to be a Conservative

LLL

Tracing Modern Musical Notation

An Important Discovery in Musicology by Gregory DiPippo

Monday, October 27, 2014

Hot Buttered Rum


What Does a Script Really Tell Him?


Lasseter on Miyazaki


The Hairstyle...


Marié Digby, "Kings and Queens"


Tomahawk Juggling


Franco's Spain

A song of Kathy Kallick -- want to guess what perspective she takes?

Because life would have been much better under the Communists, with respect to respecting local cultures and autonomy?

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Marié Digby, "Love Me Harder"



Larry Vickers Interviews Paul Buffoni