Author Archives: Bruce Pegg

About Bruce Pegg

I write about running, music and spirituality.

Review: The Musical Box (Riviera Theater, Tonawanda NY. March 31, 2018)

I never quite got the appeal of tribute bands. Maybe it’s because, with a few exceptions, I’ve had the good fortune to see most all of the bands I’ve wanted to see within my lifetime. Or maybe it’s because I … Continue reading

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#runstreak Days 100-103: Walt Disney World and West Palm Beach (Photoessay)

In the end, moving into triple digits (and moving past 500 miles for the year) on the #runstreak was a bit of an anticlimax. It happened on April 10, for those of you keeping score at home, toward the end … Continue reading

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#runstreak Days 76-78: The New York City Half Marathon

I was even more of a nervous nelly than usual before the United Airlines NYC Half, my first race of 2018.

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Review and Response: Harvey Cox — How to Read the Bible

I decided to be proactive about getting out of my spiritual funk. In the only way that has ever worked for me in every avenue I have ever explored in my life, I decided I need to educate myself. That … Continue reading

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Look Over Yondr, or The Price of the Ticket

About a month ago, I scored a couple of tickets for Jack White’s June 7 show at the Dome Arena in Rochester. It was a pretty unremarkable experience as online ticket sales go — log on to Ticketfly, select the … Continue reading

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#runstreak Day 40: It’s Just a Number

Forty days. Today, I’m celebrating the continuation of my longest ever run streak.

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Of Faith (May Contain Some Feet)

Many of my runs take me along a mile-and-a-half stretch of Culver Road in Irondequoit, NY. About a half mile from home, they go past Transfiguration Lutheran Church then, almost another mile north, the┬áDurand United Church of Christ and, on … Continue reading

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