The Phantom Tollbooth

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2012 Oscars. It’s 2013 and Oscar is 85 years old!   

Baptizing the Imagination conference poster. In a time when so many Christians consider a piece of dribble such as "The Shack" a wonderful piece of literature it did my heart and mind good to be there.

AnSarah Baquet Interview on Phantom Tollbooth interview with Sarah Baquet on her freshman release Keep Me

Photo by Nick Jensen

Top-10It is the best of times, it is the worst of times, and always, entertaining.

Cindy Morgan Bows  The Gray Havens Fire and Stone  forBrothers Fool  Jess Ray Sentimental Creatures  Ben Pasley Elemental  Joel Ansett

Another year, another flood of exceptional faith influenced music from artists that are a bit off the beaten path - which nicely fits the Tollbooth's distinctive style...with a free download!

Riki Michele Push 90x90 Well, 2015 is half-way over and we've been listening to some music that we think you should also.

Blue Like Jazz Rough Cut as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothSteve Taylor strikes again - his film adaptation of Donald Miller's Blue Like Jazz is headed to your local theater in early 2012. Bert Saraco talks about the rough cut of the film....

Bruce Cockburn. Derek Walker caught up with Bruce Cockburn to quiz him about his music, but among the talk of Bono, biopics and big issues, he got unexpected Big Bill Broonzy quotes and behind-the-scenes news on Bruce's nose-blowing.

Jason Gray in concert as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothAaron Shust, Jason Gray, and Downhere exceed expectations in New Jersey, but Marc Martel, who won the right to front Queen's 40th anniverary tribute tour, brought down the house.

merrry-christmas-90pxThe writers' picks for Christmas cheer.

Bryn Haworth Onstage. The bluesman talks about early days at Island Records, work with prisoners and his life-defining experience.

Webb & McCracken Inteview 08/12/2012A discernible chemistry which is readily apparent 
 

Welcome to the world of the working professional. Director Michael Damian's latest work, Flicka: Country Pride. Checking in from Bucharest, prolific up-and-coming director, writer, actor and singer Michael Damian discusses filming his latest work, Flicka: Country Pride, and his upcoming projects.

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