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Register for October’s Together For Adoption conference here in Phoenix.
Preserve your iPhone with Steve Jobs preserved in carbonite.
Browse as Lollapalooza announces its 2001 lineup.
Read/listen as NPR reconsiders the discography of The Kinks.
Read as Slate considers the top 5 “non-religious” books on living a “good life.”
Browse as Paste considers 23 band names inspired by literature.
Read as Tim Keller shows us how Martin Lloyd-Jones dismantled the idea of video preaching.
See the trailer for the final Harry Potter installment.
See Hipstamatic’s iPhone case.
R.I.P. David Wilkerson.
Read this profile/interview with/of The Head And The Heart.
See the recent Railroad Revival Tour’s stop in Phoenix in photos.
Read as NPR suggests that it’s high time to stop all the social science analyzing of pop charts.
Read as Jason Schwartzman signs on for the next Wes Anderson movie.
Read about Dutch police using GPS to track speeders.
Read once again as NPR wonders about the future of the music industry.
Read as Trevin Wax warns preachers against furthering urban myths as sermon illustrations.
Browse as NPR suggests three books to take to a fist fight.
Read as the National Catholic Register suggests the top ten rap songs for Catholics.
Read as Justin Taylor interviews N.D. Wilson about writing the screenplay version of C.S. Lewis’ The Great Divorce.
Check out The Missional Manifesto.