Archive for May, 2007


If you remember ’80s TV’s He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, you will appreciate this. This is the first in Unemployed Skeletor’s Blog Of Evil, and it’s the funniest thing I have seen in quite a while, and I’ve stayed up waaaay too late on a Saturday night watching some of [...]

Back from New York

More on the fabulous weekend that was very soon…

The interior of Wells Cathedral with its dramatic interior buttressing.
This photo is taken from the Cathedral’s website at
From 16-22 July of this year, the Adult Choir of Palmer Memorial Episcopal Church in Houston, in which I have been a staff singer for nigh-on-five years, will be the choir in residence at Wells Cathedral in [...]

…for my little half-brother, anyway. Ian and his bride-to-be, Randi, will be married in Shakespeare Garden in New York’s Central Park in a short ceremony on Saturday 19 May. Ian lived in that fair city for about three years, and it will be my first trip there.
Jeff takes Manhattan!

Come one and come all! The Bach Society will, this coming Sunday 6 May, give its last Vespers service of the 2006-2007 season. Look for me doing the tenor recitative and duet (with baritone Ryan Villaverde)!
May 6, 2007 • 5:00 p.m.
Bach Vespers
Bach: Wir müssen durch viel Trübsal BWV 146
Eccard: Zu dieser österlichen [...]

One of the featured items in this month’s episode (and the reason why Rachael wanted to do this podcast in the first place)  is the Snarky Chapters segment on Spinner’s End, the 2nd chapter of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.  This is actually part 1 of this two-part segment, the 2nd part coming in [...]