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On a Winter's Day, Circling the Land
Setting down (and finding) tracks in the shared forest. By Emily Paskevics.
Burmese Kitchen: Chickpea soup with lemongrass and ginger
Chickpeas area often eaten for breakfast in Burma. They’re also used to make soothing soups.
Dressed to kill, Scots Take to the Streets!
Suit Up, Ride Hard, Drink Merrily . . . it's a wooly social on wheels. By Sophie Kromholz.
While speaking of passing from this place
Two artists who are partners in work and life tell the story of one partner's final approach to passing. By NOK&T.
Creating a necessary imaginary mass grave
Making the poisoned earth of memory fertile again is for Dutch art duo NOK&T an act of creative faith and rejuvenation. By Whitney Smith.
A Dangerous Fork in the Road: Advice from a Necessary Thinker
Among other things, Jordan Peterson considers the puzzles within puzzles of political correctness. A documentary by Rebel Wisdom.
A Renewal Opportunity for Boys & Men
A group in the UK is spearheading a new conversation about priorities. By Rebel Wisdom.
Fixing a World That's Falling Apart
A noted historian of intellectual life in culture and politics in the US traces trends from 1980s to 9/11. Review essay by James Cullingham.
Joy and Business in the Art Game
A remarkable promoter of artists on the fertile margins tells her story. By Whitney Smith.
Gimme Shelter in the Deep Future
Wildly foreign "time shelters" might provide a livable alternative to ecological despair. By Judith Mueller.
Empathy and obedience
One could liken the death penalty juror to the experiment subjects of Stanley Milgram, who famously shed light on the capacity of ordinary people to commit heinous crimes.
A trance-noise border crossing
Ecstatic music/dance ritual for non-believers. By John Davis.
Democracy & its desperations
"Why do something if you just don't get the point of why you should?" Trying to learn from people who don't think the same. By Fred Fiske.
Official journal of the Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture