Monthly Archives: December 2010

I’m on iTunes! I exist!

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On Thanksgiving morning I did a phone interview for the 41st podcast of The Secular Buddhist. Ted Meissner is a delightful, thoughtful host who let me ramble on unimpeded (and trash British cooking skills – oops!). In addition, he creates a webpage with its own music for each episode and provides links to guests’ work. Listen to it online or on iTunes.

Intrigued? Here’s the companion website to the podcast, which examines early Buddhist teaching and practice with a critical eye to its secular application.

Tuesday’s Hot Pick: Feast of Words: A Literary Potluck

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My new favorite event series:

SOMArts Cultural Center presents Feast of Words: A Literary Potluck, a monthly event that is part social, part reading series, and part inspiration for writers and foodies alike. Co-hosted by Irina Zadov and Lex Leifheit, Feast of Words takes place on the first Tuesday of each month. Each month features short writing exercises, shared food and featured culinary and literary guests.

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