“Ruralpolitans:” When Yuppies Turn Farmer

“Ruralpolitans:” When Yuppies Turn Farmer

Christopher J Wiles writer | speaker | servant Facebook Twitter Google+ Briefcase. Notebook computer. Power tie. Pitchfork. This could well be the wardrobe of a growing group of Americans casually referred to as “ruralpolitans,” folks who are increasingly abandoning...
Spoon: Transferrence (Review)

Spoon: Transferrence (Review)

Christopher J Wiles writer | speaker | servant Facebook Twitter Google+ Music fans feeling alienated by the quirkiness of Vampire Weekend’s “Contra” may find an easier listening experience in the new album from Spoon. “Transferrence” is Spoon’s seventh...
To Save A Life: Film Resonates with Teenage Audience

To Save A Life: Film Resonates with Teenage Audience

Christopher J Wiles writer | speaker | servant Facebook Twitter Google+ The film To Save a Life debuted last Friday to impressive numbers. Indiewire.com reports that the film grossed approximately 1.5 million dollars over opening weekend. The film centers on an...
Vampire Weekend: “Contra” (Review)

Vampire Weekend: “Contra” (Review)

Christopher J Wiles writer | speaker | servant Facebook Twitter Google+ If you were to take the greatest hits of the Police and the soundtrack to a late 80’s Nintendo game and put them in a blender, the resulting slurry would be the new album from Vampire...
The Lovely Bones: Peter Jackson’s Vision of the Afterlife

The Lovely Bones: Peter Jackson’s Vision of the Afterlife

Christopher J Wiles writer | speaker | servant Facebook Twitter Google+ “I know that heaven is real. And I know she’s watching over me.” These were the sentiments of a young woman I used to work with. Amy was referring to her grandmother, who had passed away...