E.O.F. SNAPSHOT OF THE DAY {May 24, 2013}

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The Eye on the Street – May 9, 2013 + THE JUNCTION FLEA

The Eye of Faith‘s own Aaron Robert Duarte took the street, and captured some magic moments that really showcase our neighbourhood’s most unique quality. There is a great blend of past and present, old and new, and nature and man-made that make this a one-of-a-kind corner of the globe that must be showcased and admired….

Music Minute: “Goodbye to Love” – The Carpenters (1972)

Composed by¬†Richard Carpenter¬†and¬†John Bettis, ¬†and fiirst released in 1972 on the “Close to You: Remembering the Carpenters” documentary; the song was ispired by a visit to¬†London,¬†where Richard saw an old¬†Bing Crosby¬†1940 film called¬†Rhythm on the River, where he noticed that they kept referring to the struggling songwriter’s greatest composition, “Goodbye to Love”. He says `You…

1980’s French Psychic Predicts 9/11, Obama Presidency, & 2012 Alien Encounters!

We stumbled onto this video full of revelations this morning. We were astonished by the blatant similarities that mark our present, that this French psychic, who’s name is unclear¬† (either Albert Florintie or¬†Sean Mciver), ¬†told of back in 1980. With talking of ‘Change’ and clear references to¬†¬†Chernobyl, we knew we found something for our readers…

Music Minute: “The Mad Scientist” by The Zanies

Straight from soundtracks of¬†teen¬†and¬†biker¬†movies of the past, we stumbled onto this delight by ‘The Zanies’. ¬†Sounding completely wrapped and psychotic, we were impressed by the catchy piano plunking, and crazed laughter which we can completely relate to. “Boy, is he nuts!” And you better believe here at the Eye of Faith, the madder the science,…

E.O.F. Photoblast: The Perils of a Mask

As we spend our waking days on the open road, we come across so many new faces any given sunday. ¬†Each with a story, and a depth of compassion unique to each individual. If one common thread runs true, it’s the restraint one can take to fit the ‘norm’. ¬†We’re constantly encouraging our readers to…