Music

Music Review: Radio Waves

Joan Osborne’s new album, Radio Waves, is a great idea that wouldn’t have happened without the pandemic. It’s a collection of rediscovered recordings from live performances at radi…
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Music

Music Review: Age of Apathy

AGE OF APATHY is the first studio album in six years from Irish-American singer Aoife O’Donovan. The Grammy award-winner offers here a contemporary blend of folk, roots, and countr…
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Books

Book Review: The Grieving Brain

WHEN WE’RE GRIEVING, it can be hard to make it through the day, much less appreciate the sophisticated tasks our brain is performing as we mourn. But understanding that grieving is…
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Books

Book Review: Root & Ritual

PROFOUND RECONNECTION to the earth, ourselves, our community, our bodies—everything besides our screens and our ids—is overdue. But where do we begin? Root & Ritual by Becca Piastr…
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Music

Music Review: Gone Beyond

DONNA DE LORY’S new album, Gone Beyond, offers the fruits of the singer’s daily practice of improvising vocals combined with her love of sacred Buddhist and Hindu mantras. De Lory …
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Music Review: SUBA

OMAR SOSA AND SECKOU KEITA’S new album, SUBA, is a peaceful blend of rhythms and melodies from Cuba, Africa, and South America. Venezuelan percussionist Gustavo Ovalles adds vital …
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