- Fruitful collaboration: Keith Getty reflects on lessons learned through his collaboration with fellow songwriter Stuart Townend.
- Jesus Paid it Some: Stephen Altrogge’s “Hymn of the Legalist.”
- Coffee Consumption: Starbuck’s “tall” size disappears from drive-thru menus. And there’s a Trenta (31 oz.) size? Gross…
- The world’s first Klingon opera debuts in the Netherlands: You knew it was bound to happen.
- Dudley Moore parody on Beethoven sonatas:
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- Rant about worship songs that will probably make you smile…and wince.
- I don’t know a whole lot about the dance world, so I found this article on “the dark future of dance” fascinating and sad.
- Andrew Peterson is in the middle of a thoughtful 3-part series on Money and Music. He discusses poverty and wealth, and gives a great overview on what it’s like trying to make a living as an artist.
- Another Peterson (Andrew’s brother, Pete) gives a moving account of what it’s like to finish writing a novel series.
- The Guardian poses the question, “What is the point of Christian arts?” and gets very mixed responses. Worth engaging in this conversation at some point.
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