The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

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Since 1996

Twenty minutes is not a lot with such a prolific artist as Neal Morse, but it did solve some puzzles about his music and faith.

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Academy Award nominations just love winter weather.
 
 

dbsweeney “…Hollywood has lost sight of what the audience is…
 people who buy tickets and can see themselves on the screen."

Oscar Statue An in-depth look at the leading ladies.

new years eve 90pxOur Writers Look Back At 2011

We asked our writers to reflect on the past year and their favorite music. The results are fascinating.

2014.

Four of our writers list and discuss their top album picks of 2014. You are sure to find something interesting, something new, something to agree with, and something to disagree with. Take a perusing stroll and get ready to use your gift cards.

Some people get the breaks. Steve Turner is one of them. He gets paid for talking to his heroes; Bono admires him; he is the focus of a biopic (“Support Your Local Poet”) and he has a reputation for quality writing, whether journalism or poetry. God seems to smile on him.

Phantom Tollbooth picks 2014 Pointing you to the most interesting music and movie releases from the first half of 2014.

Queen Latifah plays “Angela” in the new film MIRACLES FROM HEAVEN.

Soulfest 2012 logo. Without a doubt, with the demise of the Cornerstone & Purple Door Festivals, Grandfather Rock declares this summer Soulfest is the place to be this summer.

Steven Delopouos of Burlap To Cashmere as interviewed for The Phantom TollboothDelopoulos is a poet and artist who paints a musical portrait of our world based on these images and experiences.

 

Steven Delopoulos Interview as seen on The Phantom Tollbooth

I took a moment to digest the last hour – the band entering the building to salutations and hugs all around, Steven’s easy going demeanor and his ever-present smile and the always curious eyes of a man following his life’s path. An hour so well spent.

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