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A Personal History of the Peace Corps, 1960s
A new book on volunteering with the Peace Corps in 1960s India teases out an old lesson . . . why 'unknown' matters. Review by Chellis Glendinning.
Eagle Eye on the Constitution
Arrests this week in New York beg the question: 'What happened to the constitutional right to peaceably assemble?' By Fred Fiske.
Marching out of love & fear
Marchers tap the creative spirit to ignite change. Photo essay by Whitney Smith.
Damson ketchup, sorbet & gin — delicious, simple, messy.
Three delightful (and intoxicating) recipes using this diminutive and versatile plum. By Laura Pope.
Old World Reciprocity for 'Mangacakes'
Spend an enjoyable afternoon with friends — and take home a year's supply of delicious tomato sauce. By Whitney Smith.
A New Regard between Humans & Animals
Wildonomics: part 2 in our series on new approaches to reinhabiting the city — and developing our intimacy with the non-human. By Daniel Crockett.
Common Keys to the Creative Process
A quantum physicist — who is also a practising artist — navigates the edge between art and science. By Libby Heaney.
Winter dance: Slow food steps to warm the heart
What's for dinner? Butternut squash soup with chilli and coconut, black kale and chickpea soup, coconut chicken curry, beer-braised pulled pork — and more. All these recipes need is you. By Laura Pope.
Tidying up for Dinner, Way Down South
How keeping kitchen helps a crew of environmentalists navigate the scary edge of 'the last wilderness'. By Wendy Trusler & Carol Devine.
Strange bedfellows: Elections, Money & Merit
Pounding the pavement for his candidate in the US mid-terms, an ardent canvasser sees a better way. By Fred Fiske.
When Desires of a Certain Kind Just Won't Let Go
A celebrity rough sex scandal that's rough on all of us. By James Cullingham.
A local hero's calm power
By the sheer force of his talent, character and muted leadership, Masimba Kadzirange's inspiration was indelible in his community. By James Cullingham.
The heartache of easy stupid violence
Guns . . . can't live with 'em, can't live without 'em. An expatriate American offers an eloquent lament about everyday violence in his country. By James McEnteer.
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