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Poetry Outlet: Everything Screams

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Today I’m full of anxiety.  I’m scared for the world and what’s happening in it.  I’m scared that I’m not going to make a difference…  But I want you to come away from this at least knowing that I am on your side.  I am rooting for you because I struggle too.  Mental health is […]

The Aquarium Age: January 18-24

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So here we are—it’s another intense week of transition on Planet Earth. In just two days we will witness a new regime take power, a regime that seems hell-bent on returning to the days of yesteryear. It is possible to view this next phase as the last gasp of the old imperialist paradigm and its […]

Briefly Noted: Farewell Toby Hemenway

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We were eager to tell you more about the Permaculture Design lecture and workshop we announced last month for February. Venerable instructor Toby Hemenway, author of the first major North American book on permaculture, Gaia’s Garden: A Guide to Home-Scale Permaculture and, in 2015, Permaculture City (Chelsea Green Publishers) was going to teach us how […]

Briefly Noted: Sage’s Cafe returns to its downtown roots

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Sage’s Cafe will open its doors this month on First South at the site of the former Canton Village. Sage’s was located on 900 South near the TRAX station for the past three years and for 14 years prior to that on 300 East at 500 South. Restaurateur Ian Brandt says the new place is […]

Briefly Noted: The CASL is safe

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Locals of the Salt Lake art scene were met with red tape mid-December when an art warehouse in Sugar House was cited as unsafe to occupy. Fortunately, the Fire Marshall and the building owner were able to quickly resolve the infractions and the building was reopened the same day. Scrutiny for alternative art spaces has […]

Grounding Your Practice

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In 1989, I went to Pune, India to study with Geeta and BKS Iyengar. A group of 30-some dedicated practitioners from around the U.S. joined senior teacher Mary Dunn for a three-week intensive. I gravitated toward a group of teachers who all stayed at the same $10 per night hotel—which I’m sure is not nearly […]

The Aquarium Age: January 11-17

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The word for the week is shift and if you haven’t already felt the change of air, you can count on feeling all sorts of shifts—in attitude, behavior and perspective—all week long. It’s time to leave stagnation behind and delve into transforming what needs to move. Of course, I’m not promising miracle cures—like a new election or […]

 
 
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