La Shawn Barber is a Southern California-based freelance writer, blogger, and blog consultant. She writes about politics, faith, culture, digital technology and, occasionally, how these things intersect. Her work has appeared in the Washington Examiner, Washington Post, Christian Music Today, Today's Christian Woman, and other publications.
This book will help parents, church leaders, and educators explain why C. S. Lewis's books are edifying to Christians of any age.
Rissi Palmer's voice is priceless. After the show, this reviewer's tag-along sister understated the obvious. "She can really sing."
Rigid and negative stereotyping has us overlooking the broad range of characteristics that make each of us wonderfully unique.
The sexually abstinent Lenny Kravitz is more self-reflective than usual.
Black country singer Rissi Palmer is the real thing, twang and all.
"I'm kind of a slob. I just could not believe the way [Elijah Wood] took care of his costume."
NYC. Near future. Fourteen hundred people killed in LA terrorist attack. Draft reinstated. You receive notice. What do you do?
This book will help you understand the challenges of music discovery in the digital age and inspire you to become part of the solution.
Hits the right notes as he connects unfamiliar and occasionally arcane theories with familiar pop culture references.
Ten years after hearing the ubiquitous "MMMBop" here, there, and everywhere, I never imagined I'd attend a Hanson concert.