Posts by: AlanL

Fukushima’s Children

On February 18, 2012 By

ART
BY GEOFF READ

My collaborative artwork with children is based on the principle that they are strongest and most resilient when they are listened to, respected, and encouraged to think creatively. Children often need permission and safety to develop their own ideas about their situation, to make sense of their emotions and express their thoughts…

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Sen-no-Rikyu Hits The Ceiling

On July 21, 2011 By

BY ROBERT BRADY

Sen-no-Rikyu drops by my house two or three times a year, when he’s in town in this dimension, or when this town is in that dimension, I’m not sure which…

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Mountains of the Mind

On July 21, 2011 By

BY ROBERT BRADY

Everyone knows that the mind becomes extremely mountainous only a few steps in from the coast. The creatures that reside in this uncharted area on our mental maps are seldom seen by others, yet are common to us all…

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David Byrne in Kyoto

On July 21, 2011 By

INTERVIEW BY ROBERT BRADY

“I think of myself as a poet who works in every medium available, pretty much except poetry. It’s either song, or in pictures or something else…”

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Colonization.com

On July 21, 2011 By

BY ROBERT BRADY

These invisible electroincursions began in the form of Japanese cyberdomain registrations by people all over the world other than Japan, a virtual international takeover of cyberNihon that goes on even now.

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BY ROBERT BRADY

Tabasco sauce? Great topping for ice cream. Jalapeños? Mild, mouth-refreshing chewing gum… I’d graduated, man. Nothing could touch me now…

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The Cloud Resembles a Rabbit

On July 21, 2011 By

BY ROBERT BRADY

I was experiencing what every traveler senses at every international transit: that borders determine news, and that all news is local.

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Ripples

On July 21, 2011 By

BY ROBERT BRADY

One early morning each Spring as I descend the mountain road, acquiring as I go the joy of the roadside stream…I am struck for the first time that year full in the eyes by a flash of morning sun up from the earth…

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Variety & What Happened to It

On July 21, 2011 By

BY ROBERT BRADY

Today…our global spectrum of choices includes not only whether to buy a house or a car in which hemisphere, but whether to buy an infinitely colored version of a hundred models of a thousand brands with or without bay windows or…

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