Monthly Archives: March 2011

Elizabeth Taylor as Goodness Personified

Never in my wildest dreams did I think I would claim that Elizabeth Taylor was goodness personified. Reading this post, however, about how she stood up for people with AIDS when few others did, there seems to be no other … Continue reading

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Hello!

I’m back from Puerto Rico, tired, slightly sunburned, but happy. What a trip! I have a new appreciation of geology (and geologists), and have discovered that it’s far more fun to travel with a scientific purpose than a sightseeing goal. … Continue reading

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Listen to the Radio Today

I mean … Do you really want to miss me? I’ll be talking about The Goodness Project and Kansas City area lesbian history on KKFI’s Tenth Voice today. The show starts at 1 pm, and you can listen to it … Continue reading

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Outta Here!

I’m heading to Puerto Rico on assignment, and should be stepping onto a plane about now. Have a great four days, friends! More next week (and photos).

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The Ethics of Politics

One of my favorite Zen teachers, Judy Roitman, has written a column about ethics in politics. It’s well worth reading. Here’s a bit:

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Catch Up With The Conversation

Thanks to all for your great comments in my posts about Gov. Scott Walker and the events in Wisconsin. I’ve finally had a chance to add my voice to the conversation again, so stop by and look at: Gov. Scott … Continue reading

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Listen Up!

I’ll be talking about The Goodness Project and Kansas City area lesbian history on KKFI’s Tenth Voice this Saturday. The show starts at 1 pm, and you can listen to it on 90.1 FM or online. Stop by. Give a … Continue reading

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