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An Inconvenient Truth

We’ve been advertising it on our front page for a couple of weeks. Today we finally got to see it at our local theater, and we were very impressed. Continue reading

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PanGaia Goes Celtic

If you haven’t seen it yet, the current issue (#42) of PanGaia features articles and interviews about Celtic spirituality, including “Meet the New Druids.” It has this funny-looking guy on the cover. Go run out and get a copy!

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Newsweek Mentions Paganism Respectfully

In Search of the Spiritual is a major article with multiple sidebar stories in this week’s issue of Newsweek. I was interviewed for this story and, while I was only quoted by name for one sentence, it would seem that … Continue reading

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The Wildhunt Blog

The Wildhunt Blog is a blog about “Religion, Paganism, Pop-Culture, Politics, Community Activism and the areas in between,” by Jason Pitzl-Waters. He has just started The Pagan Carnival, which he describes as “a bi-weekly summary of the best writing in … Continue reading

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Summerfest in Montana

I’m out here in the Rockies, at a small festival called Summerfest, in a national park just north of Yellowstone. The weather is chilly, even in the middle of August, but the scenery is spectacular and the Pagans are, not … Continue reading

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Hey Teens! Uncle Sam Wants You!

TomDispatch – Tomgram: Nick Turse on Cyberstalking the Recruitable Teen has a couple of articles on just how desperate the Pentagon is getting to persuade ignorant teens to join the military. From outright lies to carefully disguised teen marketing websites, … Continue reading

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Dennis Wheatly Done Right

Her comments here (as Zyalia) have reminded me to post something about Trish Reynolds’ “Doctor and the Witch” series of occult thrillers. The first one is A Question of Balance and the second is A Matter of Perspective. If you’ve … Continue reading

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