Archives for Life Arts

March 2011

Thursday, March 31:

On the Road with Sue Wilson and "Broadcast Blues" (1 comments)

Dear God, Why Do You Hate Donkeys? (5 comments)

A Culture's History Written in Thread - NY Times

Wednesday, March 30:

Aries New Moon: April 3, 2011 (2 comments)

Is Flirting While Married OK? (1 comments)

ECOARK: Taipei Makes a Great contribution to Green Design at its International Flora Exposition

Deadly Embrace - U.S. and Pakistan; Book Review (1 comments)

Tuesday, March 29:

dance over the barricades of your mind

Monday, March 28:

Visiting Annie Salafsky's Organic Farm (2 comments) to love him, and now, miss him (2 comments)

Sunday, March 27:

KIDDofSPEED - GHOST TOWN - Chernobyl pictures

Wishful Thinking

A Tangible Orwellian Math Lesson.

*ALL THINGS SHINING Does Not Shine (BOOK REVIEW) (1 comments)

John Smith: Libya: Great Man-made River. Water Supply Project (1 comments)

Saturday, March 26:

Madness of Men (1 comments)

Friday, March 25:

Mac McKinney: Inside Gaddafi's Brutal Prison-System: Journalist Ghaith Abdul-Ahad's Ordeal

is it even possible to have penance

Fukushima radioactive fallout nears Chernobyl levels, by Debora MacKenzie

What's a Filipino? What's a Revolution? What's a Filipino Revolution? (1 comments)

ANDY'S PORTRAITS OF LIZ, by Jerry Saltz (2 comments)

Thursday, March 24:

Haitian Winter, Part Six: Soaring into the Sun - the Grand New Iron Market (2 comments)

The Wayseer Manifesto

On the Trail to Mission Lake (2 comments)

Fr. Horace McKenna, a Defender of the Poor

Systematic use of fertilizers can save forests, fight climate change  (1 comments)

Delights of Texture, Fiber and Color: a Pictorial Romp Through the Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival (Pt 1) (4 comments)

Elizabeth Taylor: The biggest star ever? (1 comments)

Wednesday, March 23:

A Unique Birthday Present? Triceratops or T-Rex Skull, Gemstone Fossils... a natural history auction

Mensch, God Laughs at this Golden Oldie of Sandlers, You should, too. (1 comments)

SONG: Walker the Bully (1 comments)

Screen legend Elizabeth Taylor dies at age 79 (4 comments)

Chris Hedges: "Death and After in Iraq' (1 comments)

Tuesday, March 22:

More Oil Washes Ashore on Louisiana Coast, Possible Oil Slick Spotted From Plane

Libya's falling tyrant

Monday, March 21:

Pompeo draws liberal groups' ire

Family Farm Defenders Send 53 Tractors to Madison Rally (5 comments)

Sunday, March 20:

A letter from Sendai

Painting "The color RED' (2 comments)

Living on Sunshine, Underground & Off the Grid (2 comments)

Saturday, March 19:

Fatima Shaik: Review and Reflection: The Great Migration and the New Orleans Diaspora

As Aristide Returns, Haitian Spring Arrives and With it, New Hope for the Haitian People (Photo-Essay)

Friday, March 18:

Living on Sunshine, Underground & Off the Grid. (7 comments)

Japan's 9.0 Earthquake Equal to One Million Kiloton Nuclear Weapon (2 comments)

Thursday, March 17:

End Nuclear Power Before it Ends Us (33 comments)

Forecast for Plume's Path, NY Times

Wednesday, March 16:

The Cosmic Story: Virgo Full Moon & Spring Equinox March 19-20, 2011 (2 comments)

Tackle deadly cassava disease now, crops Experts urge Malawi government

Seven More Paintings by Almut Heise, German Modernist (6 comments)

If the Unlikely Becomes Likely: Medical Response to Nuclear Accidents (4 comments)

Hydrogen, Zirconium, Flashbulbs -- and Nuclear Craziness (4 comments)

Tuesday, March 15:

Email Scam with a Twist -- A True Story (7 comments)

Rachel Explains Nuclear Meltdown w/ Expert Help: Video

Radiation Network:National Radiation Map (1 comments)

Whoopie! Nuclear Winds Blow Out to Sea

Monday, March 14:

Producer Michael Dorf Brings "Downtown Seder" to Chicago April 13

Nuclear Power: Let a Man of Wisdom be Heard

Libya Humanitarian Appeal

accountability (1 comments)

Saturday, March 12:

Haitian Winter, Part 5: Saturday Morning Kaleidoscope: JFK, Tourist Troopers and the Road to Truttier

A Hairy Penis and a Tiny Brain

Friday, March 11:

Maps: Reach of the Japanese Quake and Tsunami - Interactive Feature

Wednesday, March 9:

Kenpo Continuum Book (2 comments)

Devora Kimelman-Block, KOL Foods and The Virtues of Grass-Fed Meat (3 comments)

Libya Uprising - Live Updates

Dahr Jamail: Gulf Spill Sickness Wrecking Lives (1 comments)

S&R Fiction -- "Sahel" by Iftekhar Sayeed | Scholars and Rogues

Tuesday, March 8:

Meet Jasmine, the rescue dog who has become a surrogate mother for the 50th time Read more:

Wikileaks: GMO conspiracy reaches highest levels of US government (5 comments)

Mother Machree (1 comments)

Contemporary Painter, Sona Mirzaei Returns from the Elephant Parade in Copenhagen! (3 comments)

Monday, March 7:

Press Release: Video Alleges Libya Army Executions

Social Business vs Profit Maximization: Which business model deserves to be dominant? (2 comments)

NASA Data Strengthens Reports of Toxic Rain on the Gulf Coast From BP Spill (2 comments)

Letting go of our convenience ethic (4 comments)

there are the gentle ones (1 comments)

Sunday, March 6:

When it comes to non-white characters in fiction, is it better to be stereotyped, tokenized, or erased? (10 comments)

I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen (Sure-and-it's a "quasi-Irish" song!) (2 comments)

More Jules Olitsky: 5 Geometric and 1 Abstract Expressionist Paintings, Plus 1 Representational Painting for Contrast. (9 comments)

A Healing Experience: A Man and the Sun, by David Lindorff, Sr. (2 comments)

Edgefield Prison's Commitment to "Maintaining Family and Community Ties"? (9 comments)

Haitian Winter, Part 4: The Duvalier Legacy: The Ghosts of Fort Dimanche

Saturday, March 5:

Ross Mcnamara: The Promising Future of Eco-friendly Junk Removal

Friday, March 4:

Danny Boy (One of a Kind!) (6 comments)

Thursday, March 3:

Twin Cities?

German Court Calls for Collider Safety Conference (5 comments)

*Was William Faulkner a Conservative Writer? No, Not Quite! (BOOK REVIEW) (2 comments)

*Hot, Loud, Angry and Political for Justice (1 comments)

Science of effective living: Dear God (1 comments)

Once upon a Time there was a Dog Called Hosni

Tuesday, March 1:

A Scientist's Thoughts on God

Wisconsin: Packers Back the Protesters

Pisces New Moon, March 4, 2011 (1 comments)


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