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2013 November/December

Top 10 Spiritual Heroes of 2013

Columns

A Faith Beyond Belief

Around the world, people tell stories of Nasrudin, a sometimes bumbling and often clever spiritual teacher of the ancient Middle East who was better at navigating the depths than t…
Tags: Faith

Inner + Outer Worlds

A Christmas Pilgrimage

A pilgrimage to the Taos Pueblo for a traditional ceremony gives author Rivvy Neshama a new understanding of Christmas.One year, after family plans fell through, John and I were de…
Tags: Christmas Travel

Good-For-You Cookware

These products don’t just cook your food; they give it an extra boost.Concern about the fumes from overheated Teflon pans had some home chefs tossing their skillets. Looking for co…
Tags: Cooking Food

Try a Chai

Sipping this fragrant, sweet tea doesn’t just warm the heart—it provides a dose of antioxidants, too, says food writer Monica Bhide.Chai, which simply means “tea” in Hindi, is an i…
Tags: Chai Tea Health Beverages Health Drinks

Features

Author Interview: Wally Lamb

More than two decades after his tales of trauma and redemption catapulted him to literary success, the best-selling author is still inspired by the human struggle—and the power of …
Tags: Books

Extras

Feed your Bacteria: 10 Foods for a healthy gut

In addition to consuming more probiotics, including fermented foods like yogurt, miso, and tempeh, you can promote better gut health by consuming "prebiotics"—carbohydrates that feed beneficial bacteria in your body. Try these foods suggested by Cleveland Clinic dietitian Gail A. Cresi.

Tags: Probiotics Bacteria

Reviews

Musician Profile: Azam Ali

Vocalist Azam Ali on creativity and mysticism.At the same time that Azam Ali’s music reflects her Iranian heritage, it exudes an otherworldly essence that is not specific to any si…
Tags: Azam Ali Mysticism

Tried and True: Go-to Cookbooks

We pulled out our cookbooks, and turned to the most dog-eared and sauce-stained pages to find our favorite recipes.Mexican Kitchen: Capturing the Vibrant Flavors of a World-Class C…
Tags: Cookbooks

Film Review: Zaytoun

Directed by Eran RiklisIn Israeli director Eran Riklis’s sensitive drama, Fahed (Abdallah El Akal), a tough young Palestinian boy living in war-torn Beirut in 1982, finds himself s…
Tags: Film Review Palestine Eran Riklis

Film Review: Inuk

Directed by Mike MagidsonInuk opens on a haunting scene from its protagonist’s childhood, as young Inuk (Ivaq Morch) witnesses the freezing, drowning death of his father (Hendrik Q…
Tags: Film Review Greenland

Film Review: GMO OMG

Directed by Jeremy SeifertJeremy Seifert’s advocacy documentary GMO OMG isn’t the first film to express concern over genetically modified crops. Nor, unfortunately, is it even clos…
Tags: Film Review

Music Review: Deep Africa

Deep ForestBig 3 Records“Amber Opening” is a smooth, flowing song that begins this lively, rhythm-based album. The sweeping synthesizer pads, vocal harmonies, and cracking drums co…
Tags: John Malkin Music Review

Music Review: For Now I Am Winter

Ólafur ArnaldsMercury ClassicsAt 28, Ólafur Arnalds is part of a budding musical realm that could be dubbed “indie classical.” His compositions cross the well-guarded borders of po…
Tags: John Malkin

Music Review: The Rise of Downtempo

Dub SutraWhile well suited for yoga and moving meditation, the 10 downtempo dub tracks on Dub Sutra’s debut offering make for a rich, transportive headphone listening experience un…
Tags: Music Review

Book Review: Whole Health

A Holistic Approach to Healing for the 21st CenturyBy Mark MincollaTarcherIn this compelling, ambitious book, natural health care practitioner Mark Mincolla proposes that all …
Tags: Book Review

Book Review: The Hidden Lamp

Stories from Twenty-Five Centuries of Awakened WomenEdited by Zenshin Florence Caplow and Reigetsu Susan MoonWisdom PublicationsBuddhism has come a long way. Nearly extin…
Tags: Book Review

Book Review: Return to Life

Extraordinary Cases of Children Who Remember Past LivesBy Jim B. Tucker, MDSt. Martin’s PressAll toddlers like to play make-believe.But what if your child’s games become a bit…
Tags: Book Review Anneli Rufus

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