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January 1, 1970 Archives

“Queen of Green” Debra Lynn Dadd has posted an article about dyeing Easter eggs with onion skins, cranberry juice, beet skins, red cabbage, wine, and turmeric.

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Los Angeles knitter and photographer Lisa Ann Auerbach has lived by the motto “Stop making scarves. Start making trouble” since 2005 when she made her first pair of Iraq War body count mittens. The American body count number knitted into […]

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Do you have this Tallis Scholars CD of Gregorio Allegri’s “Miserere”? If not, have a listen to the excerpts on Amazon.com, and consider adding it to your sacred music collection. And read the Amazon.com reviews online where early music authorities, […]

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As I was researching Allegri’s “Miserere,” I found this list of Daniel Graser’s favorite pieces of sacred music on Amazon.com. Handel, Bruckner, Faure, Mahler, Brahams, Beethovan, Berlioz: Graser is a modern-day saxophonist who seems to know what he’s talking about. […]

How does the month of April affect you? Julia Bondi writes this in a recent Mooncircles.com essay on the “Intuitive Message for the Libra Full Moon:” “Celebrations of spring, resurrection, and spiritual survival are natural to this season. Aries ushers […]

Don’t miss this interview with “Traveling Mercies” author Anne Lamott, where she opens wide the definition of what a resurrection is.