The Week-est Link, July 18, 2008

1. You thought your tryouts for your high school teams were tough? Trying living in California and trying out with the sons of Joe Namath, Wayne Gretzky, and Will Smith.

2. Ever wonder how an album gets recorded? Here’s a peek into the recording of the “Looked Upon” album I mentioned last week.

3. How was Barack Obama shaped by his time in Chicago? The New Yorker answers the question in no less than fifteen “pages” of online content. I can’t believe that they give this stuff away for free.

4. Future historian of note Matthew Hall surveys a number of important works on the history of religion in the South. A rich field of study, for sure.

–Have a great weekend, all.

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Filed under barack obama, joe namath, matthew hall, new yorker, sovereign grace, wayne gretzky, will smith

One response to “The Week-est Link, July 18, 2008

  1. An inegtlielnt point of view, well expressed! Thanks!

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