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Music

Music Review: Note to Self

Owing largely to the traces of Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, and Nina Simone in her voice, Jamaican singer and yogi Jah9’s style has been called jazz on dub, but the music on he…
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Music

Music Review: Sacrament

Sacrament is an album of ritual music with a Native American flavor by multi-instrumentalist Byron Metcalf and vocalist Jennifer Grais. The flowing, rhythmic journey includes …
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Film

Film Review: The Medicine

The medicine referred to in the title of Farzin Toussi’s documentary is ayahuasca, the fascinating, elaborate, and shamanic Amazonian concoction that the film seeks to promote as b…
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Film

Film Review: Dark Waters

If you just read a synopsis, director Todd Haynes’ Dark Waters might seem like a standard-issue socially conscious legal drama. It’s based on the true story of attorney Robert…
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Books

Book Review: I’ve Seen the End of You

In his new memoir, Dr. W. Lee Warren, a devout Christian and a practicing neurosurgeon, focuses mainly on the work he does with patients suffering from a nearly always fatal brain tumor called glioblastoma.

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Books

Book Review: Brain Wash

Austin and David Perlmutter's new book provides science-based practical lifestyle interventions for detoxing the brain to help foster clearer thinking, deeper relationships, and healthier habits.

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Books

Book Review: The Way of the Rose

You might expect a book about the rosary and Marian apparitions to be written by strict Catholics. However, authors Clark Strand and Perdita Finn are a former Zen Buddhist monk and a feminist former teacher, respectively, and they were surprised to be called toward the rosary.

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Music

Music Review: Ghosteen

“With its frequently meandering melodies and wordy lyrics, Ghosteen is less an assembly of songs in the traditional sense than it is an unusually tuneful poetry reading.”

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Music

Music Review: Thanks for the Dance

Thanks for the Dance is a quintessential mix of Leonard Cohen’s melancholy humor, sentimental insights, and lost-love laments, with a hint of social-political critique.

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Film

Film Review: Gift

There is a radical utopianism at the heart of Gift, but for its 90-minute running time, Robin McKenna’s documentary makes you believe such a world is possible. The film, inspi…
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Books

Book Review: Joy Seeker by Shannon Kaiser

Fears, insecurities, and limiting beliefs impede our happiness and prevent us from living truly joyful lives. In Joy Seeker, author, speaker, writer and life coach Shannon Kaiser c…

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