By Jared VanDyke Part four of a five-part series Rev. Bonnie White, spiritual artist and medium, pegged my age without asking. “Oh,” said Bonnie. “A digital recorder. How does it work?” With […]
I just read Cathy Lynn Grossman’s essay on “Is it the ‘National Day of Pray Our Way Only’ now?“. For those of you who missed it last week (myself included), US District […]
By Lee Camp
For a book about nothing, Charles Seife’s Zero: The Biography of a Dangerous Idea sure is something. “The clashes over zero were the battles that shook the foundations of philosophy, of science, of […]
By Jared VanDyke Part three in a five-part series “(The Church of the Living Spirit is) nothing but bunch of pagan heathens who serve Satan.” — George Mayer, Lily Dale Spiritualist Church […]
by Djerrid Let’s try something new this week. And as an added incentive, I’ll mail out to the first one who answers correctly a genuine US minted penny.
by Jared VanDyke Part two of a five-part series I spent Sunday morning worrying more about the color of my aura than what outfit to wear to church. If my body projected […]
Connecting with a public that’s either complacent or frightened about nuclear weapons requires hitherto untapped reserves of ingenuity.
Today is “To Write Love on Her Arm” Day, a time for raising awareness about suicide prevention. In honor of the day, and in memory of those who’ve taken their own lives, […]
by Jared VanDyke Part one of a five-part series The winding backwoods roads of Chautauqua County, New York, are lined with churches and scrap heaps. Trailers and half-completed ranch-style homes, surrounded by […]