Archive for February, 2007
Tadasana is a seemingly innocuous posture- “I’m just standing still- doing nothing!!” You are doing something, you are cultivating awareness in stillness. When we stand in Tadasana, tall and solid like a mountain, we become more aware of our own balance (or
imbalance!) Tadasana is the foundation for all standing postures. Through it, […]
A buddy of mine will perform a “Hank Williams Radio Play” tonight on Columbia’s radio station, WKCR. You can listen online at their site. Since I can’t get the frakking BBC radio stream to work this week it’s a welcome fix for my radio drama habit.
You know what would be hot? A radio play based […]
While An Unreasonable Man asks how to define the larger-than-life legacy of Ralph Nader, Nader himself has released a book entitled The Seventeen Traditions - a personal look at the legacy of values he received from his parents. Nader believes civic leaders are made, not born, and his career fighting for labor, environmental and […]
Mercury rolls us back into Aquarian communication joined by the direct motion of Mars in Aquarius. How will you keep your balance in a setting of humanitarian effort? Is there an outlet for what you have to offer? How do you communicate?
Are you still in the doghouse for forgetting Valentine’s Day? If so, you might want to check out a subject worthy enough to finally get an entire museum of its own. The Museum of Love features virtual tours of the world’s legends of amor — Cupid and Psyche, Tristan and Isolde, Isis and […]
Writer and transcontinental gadfly-about-town Jason Flores-Williams regales WBAI Evening News’ Rebecca Miles on why your Saatchi-friendly, apolitical and exasperatingly precious piece at the New York Armory Show is lame and irrelevant.
WBAI Evening News For 02/23/2007
Jason Flores-Williams: saving the art world from its self-indulgent, trustafarian self, god dammit.
(Photo from The Brooklyn Rail)
RELATIONSHIFTS: Who says women can’t get no satisfaction?
Anita Clayton and Robin Cantor-Cook, that’s who. In their new book, Satisfaction: Women, Sex and the Quest for Intimacy (Ballentine/Random House) they reveal this shocking finding that, gasp, hold breath, let it out and then hold chest in disbelief, lots of women have mediocre sex lives because women […]
Here’s my picks for this weeks dish.
UFO News is providing an 8-part video interview series with the late, great Robert Anton Wilson.
Sex Expert Susie Bright Lets It All Out
Gore’s “Live Earth” Megaconcerts
Al Gore announced plans for a 24-hour concert series on all seven continents to highlight the dangers of global warming.
Enough Britney bashing already
“FOOD THAT RAWKS!”: In the spirit of Mardi Gras Chili
Mardi gras is traditionally a time to induldge before lent begins. Does indulging have to imply one is making a bee line straight for the sweets? In the spirit of Mardi Gras, let’s make a pot of belly warming, sweet to the heart Chili! The best part is, we […]
This week’s hottest spirited events feature Daniel, Alex, Montgomery, Amiti, Laurie and Lou. Send your future events to jonathan(at)souldish.com.
Saturday, February 24
Initiation into the Visionary World: Conversation with Daniel Pinchbeck and Alex Grey
CoSMosis: 10p-5am: Karsh Kale, Sub Swara, & Pedro. Eye of Spirit Lounge: Karin ney & Zena lotus Yoshi. Live Painting: […]