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Amazing Grace: Obama Hits a Blue Note in Charleston

Posted July 4, 2015 by Anonymous

If Sunday morning at 11 o’clock is Christian America’s most segregated hour, then “Amazing Grace”…

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Christianity

The Sacred and the Dead: ‘Ripple’ Is a Spiritual Manifesto

Posted July 2, 2015 by Anonymous

A stack of amplifiers three stories tall loomed over the 7,000 faithful arrayed on sun-baked…

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Culture

The Sacred and the Dead: Truckin’ as a New American Pilgrimage

Posted July 2, 2015 by Anonymous

As the Grateful Dead celebrate their 50th anniversary this year, their historical, cultural, and artistic…

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Culture

The Sacred and the Dead: Ten Writers on the End of an American Adventure

Posted July 1, 2015 by Anonymous

Jerry Garcia said once that he didn’t care much for the Western God—but that didn’t…

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Culture

The Sacred and the Dead: Deadheads Are Not a Deviant Subculture

Posted July 1, 2015 by Anonymous

A long time ago in a faraway land, I wrote my doctoral dissertation on Deadheads. …

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Culture

The Sacred and the Dead: Three Ways to American Beauty

Posted July 1, 2015 by Anonymous

One sentence, spoken by an anonymous “usher” to a maverick producer who then riffed to boisterous…

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Culture

The Sacred and the Dead: The Trouble with Sugar Magnolia

Posted July 1, 2015 by Anonymous

My childhood home was equidistant between two of the Grateful Dead’s regular Bay Area venues:…

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Canada

The Sacred and the Dead: ‘Friend of the Devil’ is a Love Song

Posted July 1, 2015 by Anonymous

Despite its provocative title, the Grateful Dead’s song “Friend of the Devil” actually can be heard…

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Culture

The Sacred and the Dead: It’s (Not) Just a Box of Rain

Posted July 1, 2015 by Anonymous

“The Grateful Dead were more than just a band. They were their own planet, populated by…

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Culture

“1913: Seeds of Conflict”: New Doc Explores Little-Known History of Palestine

Posted June 29, 2015 by Anonymous

In his 1967 book Israel: An Echo of Eternity, Abraham Joshua Heschel refers to “the jungle…

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Canadian

Top of the World

Posted April 20, 2015 by Lyn Brown

Inuit sculpture in front of a buildingMy work took me to the top of the world last week. Flying over the stark frozen tundra and then landing in Iqaluit to the frigid Arctic elements felt like a homecoming of sorts; oddly familiar.I had my boss in tow …

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Books

What To See At INSPIRE! Toronto International Book Fair

Posted November 12, 2014 by Jennifer

Toronto-area book lovers are looking forward to a new and exciting event this weekend. INSPIRE! Toronto International Book Fair is Canada’s book exposition for all things print and digital, launching this weekend, November 13 to 16, 2014. From literature to […]

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Exclusive photo’s of Jian Ghomeshi on a date!

Posted October 31, 2014 by Allan W Janssen

Dear Readers: Once again, ya saw it here first! After a great amount of trouble and expense, the Perspective Naked News staff , a branch of the Perspective Research Department, has managed to obtain this clip of Jian Ghomeshi on a recent date with one of the women now accusing him of assault. As you […]

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Culture

DAILY VICE: DAILY VICE, April 30 – King of Jordan in Ottawa, Gentrification in Brixton, Anti-Pipeline Commitment

Posted April 30, 2010 by Anonymous

Today’s video – Jordan’s King Abdullah II talks Syrian refugees and the battle against the Islamic State in Ottawa and walks away with new aid money, Brixton anti-gentrification clashes erupt in the UK, no backing down against pipelines, and can…

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Culture

DAILY VICE: DAILY VICE, April 27 – Omar Khadr Granted Bail, Anti-Pipeline First Nation, Oregon Vegan Stripclub

Posted April 27, 2010 by Anonymous

Today’s video – What being out on bail could look like for Canada’s best known child soldier, Omar Khadr, blocking pipelines on a BC First Nation’s territory, and inside a vegan stripclub in Portland, Oregon.

Exclusive: No Pipelines, Part 1…

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Culture

DAILY VICE: DAILY VICE, April 13 – Peru’s Drug War, Bombing Islamic State Tech, Canadian Super Computer

Posted April 13, 2010 by Anonymous

Today’s video – Inside Peru’s drug war, Canada targets Islamic State tech facilities, and a Canadian super computer that could revolutionize pharmaceutical drug design.

Exclusive: Peru’s War on Cocaine – Part 1

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Culture

DAILY VICE, April 9 – Boko Haram, PKP and Mexican Booze

Posted April 9, 2010 by Anonymous

Today’s video – VICE News embeds with Nigeria’s military in the fight against Boko Haram, Pierre Karl Péladeau and his stance on immigration, and the best illegal Mexican booze.

Exclusive: “Tories, NDP, and the Greens on Bill C-51″

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Culture

DAILY VICE: DAILY VICE, April 8 – Iraq, Fracking, and Music Festivals

Posted April 8, 2010 by Anonymous

Today – Inside the battle for Tikrit, fracking in the Northwest Territories, and what your favourite music festival says about you.

Exclusive: “Justin Trudeau Talks Pot with Shane Smith”

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Culture

DAILY VICE: DAILY VICE, April 8 – Iraq, Fracking, and Music Festivals

Posted April 8, 2010 by Anonymous

Today – Inside the battle for Tikrit, fracking in the Northwest Territories, and what your favourite music festival says about you.

Exclusive: “Justin Trudeau Talks Pot with Shane Smith”

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DAILY VICE: DAILY VICE, April 7 – Shane Smith Interviews Justin Trudeau

Posted April 7, 2010 by Anonymous

Today – Shane Smith interviews Justin Trudeau, mental illness in prison, Canadian Arctic surveillance, and how your porn is watching you.

Exclusive: “Shane Smith Interviews Justin Trudeau”

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