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Notes from the Jungle
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On current events.
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Our resident comic strip, Congo & Steve
Joanna Lord
Blogging on life, art and spirituality.
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Director of Development emeritus and occasional commentator.
Dan Rickabus
On things musical.
Nicky Schildkraut
On poetry.

Plus guest writers and past staff, including Zach Fehst, Amy Reynolds, Aaron Vaccaro, Jae Day, Sarah Jawaid, Scott Martin, and Bronson Picket.
April 29, 2010, at 9:16 am — Uncategorized


A few weeks ago I got an email from an old friend, actor and philanthropist Lukas Behnken. He wanted to get a group of his friends together to hang out. But Lukas wanted to do something more substantive than just grabbing some drinks and more permanent than say seeing a movie. He wanted to build a house – well a habitat for humanity. And how could I say no?

April 27, 2010, at 5:18 am — Blogs / /

X marks the spot

Being tolerant suggests that the person who is tolerating is somehow superior to the person or situation that needs to be tolerated, the way a teacher might tolerate rude behavior from a young student who doesn’t know any better. Tolerance is saying that one person is less than the other, or that one culture is better than another. So in that sense, being tolerant doesn’t necessarily have a whole lot to do with being PC, just with having patience.

April 25, 2010, at 7:52 pm — Blogs /

Things to be favored

The truth I stumbled upon is that the things that make life better are almost always fleeting, everyday occurrences, snapshots that make you remember all the important little blocks that make up the big city (though good scents do come in at a close second!).

April 23, 2010, at 7:00 pm — Blogs | Comics / / / /

Congo and Steve: Tolerance and Herring

"Tolerance & Herring" by J Lampinen
Congo and Steve from creator John “J.” Lampinen of This strip, on the theme of tolerance: “Tolerance and Herring.”

April 21, 2010, at 6:00 am — Arts and Culture | Poetry | Writing /

Poetry: “arizona” by Jeremy Olsen

“once i sat and watched the summer
sun set on a cactus…”

April 20, 2010, at 3:00 pm — Arts and Culture | Poetry | Writing / / /

Poetry: “Spinal Chord” by Joanna Lord

Heretics are everywhere …

April 20, 2010, at 9:47 am — Blogs / / / /

Food, meet soul

Part of the reason why discovering a new restaurant or a unique dish is so satisfying is because food is a universal language. It expands beyond the boundaries of culture, generation and political affiliation. When you break bread with someone, you also simultaneously break down whatever preconceptions you might have had about each other. You’re both human, you both eat to survive. These are the basic facts.

April 20, 2010, at 7:30 am — Arts and Culture | Audio | Poetry | poetry reading | Writing / / / /

Poetry: “V. Chigop Yosong: Fallen Woman” from Nicky Schildkraut’s Subaltern Series

It was never hysterical. She had fled the border, into a different border. The professor referred to her as his only power, the flower of her torso spreading a stemmed shadow across his floor.
Listen to Nicky’s own reading of this last of five movements in her “Subaltern Series”. ADULT LANGUAGE AND SUBJECT MATTER.

April 19, 2010, at 3:00 pm — Arts and Culture | Poetry | Writing / / /

Poetry: “Human Torture Device” by Joanna Lord

Sick demon,
You try to stick me,
With ideas about,
How that man over there,
Will dare to try and make me tremble …

April 19, 2010, at 7:30 am — Arts and Culture | Audio | Poetry | poetry reading | Writing / / / /

Poetry: “IV.The Defector” from Nicky Schildkraut’s Subaltern Series

It was never rhetorical. After the only tractor in the village died and the last weeds were gathered for dinner, she fled across the frozen Tumen river, across the border into yet another border.
Listen to Nicky’s own reading of this fourth of five movements in her “Subaltern Series”.