Eventide

21 Feb 19

The NAMM Show is always an exciting time full of new gear, more new gear, and a whole crapload of new gear. Our coverage of this year’s show in Anaheim, CA last month so far has included: This Four-Year-Old Drummer Stopped Everyone at The NAMM Show Dead NAMM Show 2019 Highlights: Kiesel, Strandberg, John Petrucci, […]

21 Feb 19

KIDNEY RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF TEXAS, ESTABLISHED BY BILL AND DANIELLE GOTTFRIED

Peloton Therapeutics Raises $150M to Advance Kidney Cancer Therapy Angela Shah February 20th, 2019   Dallas—Peloton Therapeutics, which is developing small molecule drugs to treat cancer, announced Wednesday that it has raised $150 million in a Series E funding round. The new financing was led by RA Capital Management and was joined by new investors, including Eventide […]

21 Feb 19
No More Phone Tag

Eventide's 'Feiffer's People' Lovingly Skewers Modern Life – Cape Cod Chronicle https://t.co/bGXIKYsIV1 — nomorephonetag (@nomorephonetag1) February 21, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/nomorephonetag1 February 21, 2019 at 01:23AM Eventide's 'Feiffer's People' Lovingly Skewers Modern Life – Cape Cod Chronicle https://t.co/bGXIKYsIV1 — nomorephonetag (@nomorephonetag1) February 21, 2019

21 Feb 19
StrictlyVC, LLC

Hi, happy Monday, all! Hope your week is off to a great start.:) We’ve been a little crazed today, so no column. Top News Congress has released Mark Zuckerberg’s prepared testimony ahead of a Wednesday hearing before the House Energy and Commerce Committee. The greatest bubble in history is popping, according to Bank of America’s chief investment strategy; he wrote in […]

21 Feb 19
Decorative Collectibles

Authentic Hummel Figurine “Eventide” #99 Children Sitting On Fence Sheep – TMK-3 – Buy – Authentic Hummel Figurine “Eventide” #99 Children Sitting On Fence Sheep – TMK-3

20 Feb 19
The Biotechnology Times

Dallas—Peloton Therapeutics, which is developing small molecule drugs to treat cancer, announced Wednesday that it has raised $150 million in a Series E funding round. The new financing was led by RA Capital Management and was joined by new investors, including Eventide Asset Management, Biotechnology Value Fund, OrbiMed, EcoR1 Capital, Vida Ventures, Curative Ventures, and […]

20 Feb 19
No More Phone Tag

Eventide's 'Feiffer's People' Lovingly Skewers Modern Life – Cape Cod Chronicle https://t.co/bGXIKYsIV1 — nomorephonetag (@nomorephonetag1) February 20, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/nomorephonetag1 February 20, 2019 at 05:43AM Eventide's 'Feiffer's People' Lovingly Skewers Modern Life – Cape Cod Chronicle https://t.co/bGXIKYsIV1 — nomorephonetag (@nomorephonetag1) February 20, 2019

20 Feb 19
Rethinking Scripture

During my earlier years of ministry I use to expound that in the last days before the return of Christ that there would be a great global revival;

19 Feb 19
Lars Lentz Audio™

Brian Eno is, to me, the undisputed king of ambient music. He coined the term, “ambient music” in his groundbreaking album “Music for Airports.” Here I will revel in his sound-creating process and offer some captured bits of what I know of it – not as an attempt to deconstruct, per se, but more as […]

19 Feb 19
To talk is to be

i have many suns.some rose when i was birthed, and still ask me how my day has been.others burnished quickly through my valleysand left in a hurried, white blaze.others lingered still, flashing intermittentlythrough cloudless skies, leaving onlywhen i politely asked them to. closing the curtains of my day, urging nightfall.  i have many suns, you see some are […]

19 Feb 19
The Intersection of Faith and Politics - Does the Bible Have Anything to Say

My grandson had an assignment to interview me a couple of weeks ago.   He asked if I worried about the future and if I did, what did I worry about?   I told him that I  worried about Climate Change and the kind of world we were leaving his generation.   Our shortsightedness may be our biggest […]

18 Feb 19
Stop Loving Everything

Two months into 2019, yeah yeah. I have a late pass. This isn’t everything, btw. I’ve omitted a few unbearably bad (one of them anti-Semitic) books I had to read for a gig economy job. No order. Transit  Kudos Rachel Cusk Numbers two and three in Cusk’s earned take on WG Sebald’s innerspace fiction. Or, […]