O glorious Apostle, St. James, who by reason of thy fervent and generous heart wast chosen by Jesus to be a witness of His glory on Mount Tabor, and of His agony in Gethsemane; thou, whose very name is a symbol of warfare and victory: obtain for us strength and consolation in the unending warfare of this life, that, having constantly and generously followed Jesus, we may be victors in the strife and deserve to receive the victor’s crown in heaven. Amen.

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Lionsgate is ready to take us on another road trip gone awry in the new flick Eaters, and we’ve got your artwork and more details right here. From the Press Release: Lionsgate Home Entertainment is serving up blood-curdling scares when… Continue Reading →

October 6th our first feature “Eaters” finally sees the light of day here in the states. Lionsgate took it off the shelf and is releasing, to everyone involved we can sigh with relief now and raise our drinks to one of the best summers making this film. Cheers guys, to another one in the books! 


Portland. City of roses and river crossings. Creamy shrimps and bacon. Kitchen fermented foods. The penny arcade still costs a nickel. Teens populate camp Avalon cruising for tickets. Gaming the mechanics of basic chance. Homesteaders and lazy gourmands. Free range kiddos kicking balls at the intersection. Dear old rootsy pals and their well matched mates. Storytime with the dairy princess. The near weaned are hypnotized. Sushi truck. Infinite feast and fairy houses beneath the Tabor pines. Water balloons. Max, Olive, Eli. Green face lock out. Target practice on a hanging cymbal. First roller coaster at Oak’s park. The richness of living well barely eclipsed by stockpiled pinto beans and earthquake retrofits. Dreams of enterprise and the promise of community. See you soon again, new old friend.
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I'm a Junior in college, majoring in Biology with a Pre-Med focus, and minoring in Chemistry and Psychology. My family recently fell on hard times that caused our house to be foreclosed. We have gotten it back, but that has taken most of our funds. I have used every penny of the financial aid tha...

I really hate to do this, but I’m running low on options. My family is broke. I get a little bit of financial aid, but like I stated in the description, we have fallen on hard times recently that caused our house to be foreclosed. We got it back, thankfully, but it took most of what money we had. On top of that, we have considerable medical bills from my sister’s spinal fusion. This leaves us with a pretty tight budget.

We’ve gotten to the point where my options are to come up with nearly $2000 or drop out of school. If you know me, you know I fight tooth and nail to keep myself in classes every semester, not only because I want an education, but because I feel safest in the dorms instead of home with my parents due to my anxiety and depression. The situation is becoming stressful to the point where it’s having an effect on my physical and mental health, and I just can’t keep up this time. I provided a link to my GoFundMe. Classes start August 18th, and if you could spare a few dollars to help me out by then, or signal boost this if you can’t, I would appreciate it.

Today’s Walking Photo: This was my view from the office today – just moments away from kicking off an evening of fine, soulful blues with Lisa Mann And Her Really Good Band at Mt. Tabor Park for their Summer Concert Series. It was a great and really fun night with a fantastic turnout – that gravel no-man’s-land in front of the stage was packed with dancers once we got started. Music is so good for me…and playing it with exceptionally talented people, like the lineup tonight, is GREAT.

P.S. – Yes, I walked today. You can’t really see in this photo where that throng of listeners ends, but past that point and then past a full-length basketball court was as close to the stage as I could get with my car. So there were multiple trips between car and stage both before and after the show, each time carrying or rolling heavy and cumbersome gear.