by Fr. Sinclair Oubre, J.C.L. Rare is an organization that calls its members, and the greater society to raise its head from individual self-centeredness, and see all people as brothers and sisters. Such calls do not move people only to dream about what could be done to create a more loving and life-giving world, but […]
Archive | September 2003
by Thomas Durkin / photos by Jason Williams Crashing the national music scene not only takes talent, but often a whole lot of luck (exceptions: you look like either Britney Spears or Justin Timberlake or you perform like John Mayer, a watered down facsimile of a watered down Dave Matthews). For most bands, developing a […]
Celia – Bean Head Book Club – La Tradicion e Innovacion: Discovering the Art and Culture of Mexico – The Academy of Unconventional Art – Escovedo benefit – Rhythm & Soul Drum Line – Booze at Bremen Cafe – Matt Cook – Circle A’s 5th Tuesday Poetry Readings – Nessun Dorma a year old, $1.75 […]
by Mark Lawson / photos by John Ruebartsch Yes, I’m a loser. A “Born Loser” to be precise. I’m a member of a team that has the most consistent record for losses in the little known genre of push cart racing. This colorful and exotic sport is alive and well here in Riverwest. It has […]
I have always been fascinated by the nature of guilt. Guilt works in mysterious ways. It is a powerful force. Guilt makes us commit all kinds of craziness and at the same time, it can keep us in check and force us to do good. Kobe Bryant. Rich. Unfaithful. Basketball Superstar. Human.