Music

Music Review: Stories Up High

Laney Jones has been to the bottom and back up again. Lucky for us, she has the courage to share her journey and discoveries on her third album, Stories Up High. It moves from mela…
Books

Book Review: Sacred Sendoffs

SARAH BOWEN CREDITS her first pet, a cat named Him, with putting her on the path to becoming an animal chaplain responsible for improving human-animal interaction. As a prea…
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Book Review: The Inside Story

AS LONG AS WE’RE LIVING, we’re aging. For some, this is cause for concern, and as we get older, we may look for strategies to fight against it. Dr. Susan Sands, in her book The Ins…
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Book Review: 52 Ways to Walk

ANNABEL STREETS, in an effort to prove that walking is not, as many suppose, boring, began to experiment. She strolled at high altitude, in forests, barefoot, backward, and under a…
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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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the grieving brain by o'connor
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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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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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