Archive for June, 2013

RB EYES @ PRIDE: What pronoun?

RB EYES @ PRIDE: What pronoun?

How many times have we heard it said that God is neither male nor female?

Who is your “Sacred Guardian’?

Who is your “Sacred Guardian’?

Every once in a while a piece of music is so clearly connected to spirit, to other worldliness, that while I am listening to it, I can, in that uncontainable moment, find something that resembles enlightenment. That is how I felt while listening to Elijah Aaron’s song “Sacred Guardian” the soundtrack to the first of […]

Khaled Hosseini Live from Kanbar Hall

Khaled Hosseini Live from Kanbar Hall

If you haven’t read Khaled Hosseini’s latest book, And the Mountains Echoed, go right out and get it this minute.  I mean it!  Hosseini is a truly gifted storyteller — the characters are beautifully rendered, and they stay with you a long time after you’ve finished the book.  I really enjoyed meeting Khaled Hosseini and […]

Age and the Creative Spirit: A Photographer’s Portraits of The Greatest Generation’s Artists

Age and the Creative Spirit: A Photographer’s Portraits of The Greatest Generation’s Artists

It’s a perfect shot for the cover of a book of photographic portraits of elder artists: the photographer Editta Sherman, jauntily posing beside her antique viewfinder camera, her black and white checked dress forming a symmetry with the black and white floor tiles reflected in the camera’s lens. She is at one with her equipment, […]