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‘My Church’ is a siren song for country

by Joseph Weyel

I recently attended a Home Free concert with my 14-year-old son. For those of you not familiar with them, Home Free is a “vocal band” made up of four singers and a talented beat-boxer. The group, which performs a cappella mixes of popular country music hits, shot into stardom after winning season four of The Sing Off on NBC. Continue reading ‘My Church’ is a siren song for country

The moral of Beauty and the Beast

by Joseph B. Weyel

Disney will release its live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast — in theaters everywhere March 17 — to frenzied protest, fear and anticipation. My wife and children have been swept up in the excitement as they await the remake of their favorite Disney animation — and, I must confess, I too have anticipated the release. Fueling our anticipation, we saw a preview of the first eight minutes at Disney’s Hollywood Studios during a recent family vacation at the Disney World Resort.

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