Share…in at least two weeks. Inside: A Bad Billy Laveau instant classic. And the PERFECT book for bathroom reading. See From the Bookshelf on page 11. Our two cover stories are also worthy of your perusal. When your 16-year-old son … Continue reading →
July 15, 2015
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on It’s your mid-week break
ShareAKA the legendary Hump Day Hiatus. Yet again we dip into our summer stock of cooling and refreshing videocations. This is the third or fourth week in a row to revisit this theme. If you only have time for a … Continue reading →
July 8, 2015
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on Take a hiatus! It’s Hump Day!
ShareWe have a convergence of two events: it’s summer (all month, and then some) and it’s Hump Day. So let’s use our mid-week break to cool off. We need one of these around here. This looks like it might be … Continue reading →
June 21, 2015
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on I’ve got the hots for summer.
ShareLiterally. Despite the headline hots, I’m no fan of hot weather. Summer is only one letter removed from simmer. Even so, there’s something about the arrival of summer that calls for celebration. Maybe it’s the vacationy feel of this season … Continue reading →
January 7, 2015
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on HUMP DAY (and cold) HIATUS
ShareBaby, it’s cold outside. What we need is a sizzling break from these frigid temperatures, even if only for a couple minutes. And so, forthwith, we shall travel to July. I’ll leave it to your discretion whether to travel back … Continue reading →
What happens when a group of innocent young people – all Mormons from the looks of them – decide to celebrate summer and everything it has to offer in epic fashion? Exhibit A answers that question nicely, and Exhibit A happens to be this week’s videocation. Click to enjoy in all its full-screen glory. BUT FIRST: do not – repeat – do not try this at home. Especially the flaming jump rope. Oh, and the Roman Candle battle? That’s not such a good idea either. What is this Hump Day Hiatus good for then? Let’s just say it’s an excellent reminder to get out there and do something fun – just none of the things you’re about to see.