In case you have been on vacation on the dark side of the moon and don’t know what on earth is going on, let me fill you in; the tolerate anything philosophy...
Top 10 Excuses for Not Going to Church (with suggested responses)
This one is an oldie, but a goodie. One of those it’s-funny-cause-it’s-true kinda things. There are lots of reasons people don’t come to church. Some are legitimate reasons and some are simply excuses. Here are 10 of the top excuses and ways to respond. 10. I go to brunch on Sundays. (Here is a …
What Our Responses to Palestine Reveal About Our Faith
Some Christians see the upheavals in Palestine and Israel—including the recent moving of the United States embassy to Jerusalem and the subsequent killing of dozens of Palestinian protesters at the
“I’m Thinking about Going to the Doctor for Depression Meds”—What Is a Compassionate,...
A friend says to you, “I’m thinking about going to the doctor for depression meds.” What would your compassionate, comprehensive response sound like?
How the 1812 Overture Became Music for the Fourth of July
Posted by Rob Cutietta · 6/27/2019 12:00:05 PM Dean Rob Cutietta of the USC Thornton School of Music and Glorya Kaufman School of Dance solved listeners’ musical mysteries every week for more than a decade on KUSC’s Ask the Dean . So before the cannons start to fire at summer concerts around California, Dean Rob seemed like the perfect guy to ask why a piece written by Tchaikovsky about an 1812 Russian victory over the French has become a part of so many…
Automatic Crash Response
OnStar Automatic Crash Response is one of the most advanced automatic crash response systems offered. Here's how it works. Subscribe to OnStar's Channel http...
Learn the secrets of conducting Tchaikovsky's "1812 Overture"
Conducting faculty Christopher Lees tells you what it is like to conduct July Fourth's most iconic song.
MSO celebrates 10 years in Overture Center
The Madison Symphony Orchestra kicks off a new season with a celebration of Overture Hall, the Overture Center Organ and its own musicians
How the 1812 Overture Became Part of the Fourth of July Celebration
One of the most popular pieces of classical music for the Fourth of July fireworks is Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture. Its full name: 1812 Festival Overture, for orchestra in E-flat major, Op. 49, was composed in 1880, to commemorate the Russian victory over Napoleon resulting in his retreat from Russia.
The Betsy's 6th Annual Jazz Festival Overture to Overtown February 25
The Betsy Hotel will welcome back their annual Jazz Festival, Overture to Overtown, for its sixth year, taking place from February 25 to March 10, 2
Here’s what Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture would sound like with LYRICS
Cannon fire, crashing cymbals and brass fanfare: here’s what the deafening orchestration of the 1812 Overture finale would look like in words…
What is a "Timely Response" exactly?
Agency Law requires all real estate Brokers to present all written offers and other written communications in a timely manner. Annie Fitzsimmons, the Washing...
Why the sluggish response to the homeless problem?
Homelessness is an emergency in California, but what state and local officials are doing about it amounts to malfeasance bordering on municipal manslaughter.
What is a man? A response to Gillette
A short film - Dedicated to all those who sacrifice everything to make the world safer and better for all of us. www.egardwatches.com/ We agree that ...
Overture Center turns 10: How the arts venue is transforming downtown Madison
Madison philanthropist Jerry Frautschi changed the architectural landscape of the isthmus when he donated $205 million to create Overture Center for the Arts. Since opening in 2004, the arts venue has also influenced the downtown business climate, enhanced artistic and educational resources for the community, and sparked animated political, financial and social discussions.
What is the Unfolded Protein Response?
Did you know that a single biological process is related to diseases as diverse as Parkinson's, diabetes and cancer? The process is called the unfolded prote...
Brocade and Overture Show How SDN/NFV Evolution Might Look
Yesterday I talked about the “union” of implementations of the cloud, SDN, and NFV revolutions. My key point was that this implementation would inevitably converge because there won’t be three future infrastructures, but only one. A corollary to that point is that however vendors start their own path to this converged future, they’ll close ranks and converge themselves. We have two announcements that demonstrate how complicated…
AppNewser: Nook and Nook Color have updated their digital comics software. In the new versions, Garfield hates lasagna! AgencySpy: Baron Davis is starring in a new PSA for the city's Department [...]
Fleet Safety Video Tip: Tornado Response
The past week has seen a number of dangerous tornadoes, some of them deadly. Here are some Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) safety tips you can pass along to fleet drivers as a friendly reminder.