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January 1, 1970 Archives

NPR’s “All Things Considered” aired a piece yesterday about an artist named Lisa Bufano who dances without fingers or feet. That’s right, when Bufano was 21, a staph bacteria infection cut off blood flow to her extremities, and doctors had […]

ReligiousTolerance.org has good information on how Tuesday’s Spring Equinox is celebrated as a sacred time around the globe. And here are wonderful images of the stones at Cairn T, the ancient Irish burial mound that is aligned like a clock […]

The greatest anthem to springtime wasn’t written with spring in mind. Here’s what modern dancer Martha Graham wrote about how Aaron Copeland’s ballet score for her most famous ballet (a story of pioneering newlyweds in Pennsylvania) came to be called […]

Café Emunah, the first-ever Kabbalistic lifestyle lounge and tea bar is opening this month in Ft. Lauderdale with a “biblically inspired” menu. I quote from the press release: Café Emunah’s modern “organic chic” aesthetic presents diners with environmentally sensitive décor […]

Thanks J. Esmerelda Durbin for this clarifying post regarding the absence of the feminine form near and around sacred obelisks: “…I was led by my teachers to believe that every obelisk has a reflecting pool (of water), either at its […]