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Archives of history and ministry

The Library of Congress, like all good library set-ups, wants to preserve as much history as it can and they have a place called the American Folklife Center where they store it all, from film to photos to letters, to … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas, everyone

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When you were a kid, what did you want for Christmas?

I had this huge stegosaurus stuffed toy in mind. It was in the Sears Christmas Wish Book and oh did I drool over that thing. To this day, I have no idea where I would have put it if the … Continue reading

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Why is “Twelfth of Never” sung at Christmas?

I can’t figure out why it’s on a Christmas cassette I’ve had in my posession ever since I was a kid. Beautiful song, though. The cassette also had “The Bells of St. Mary’s” on it, which did make some sense, … Continue reading

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Another holiday song delight

I think you can tell a lot about a person by the music they like. I found this tune last Christmas, I think, but a peppier upbeat jazzy version by Joe Williams that I suggest people hunt for. This version … Continue reading

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Another Christmas song to sing over

I love this one. I’m glad to see YouTube’s got it. “There’s a Santa Who Looks A Lot Like Elvis” by Bob Rivers.

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Santa and his reindeer deliver early

You wanna know what he got me? Another article by Brad Stine! Oh, thanks Santa. It’s just what I’ve always wanted. I realize the guy thinks he’s god’s gift to comedy (New York Magazine nearly says so) but still. I … Continue reading

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