How to be an American Journalist, Part II—Last week, “Thin Line” focused on an eye-opening documentary by Bill Moyers on how the media failed to ask tough questions during the run-up to the Iraq War. It's instructive to learn about the failures of our largest publications and networks, about reporters blinded in a fog of patriotism. As potential military conflict with Iran approaches, what are the questions we should be asking? Primarily, are things really as they seem? How do we go beyond military news releases and spokesperson responses to get to the heart of this situation?
One of the amenities of living in this high-tech world that our household most enjoys sampling is Netflix. We watch films ordered from this outfit that slipped past commercial theaters and that I didn’t get over to the Guild in time to see.
Santa Fe’s Lensic Theater. A packed house. Techno rap rattles the sound system. A gruff baritone on full automatic slams rhymes of defiance and rebellion. The audience sways to the relentless, driving beat. The woman next to me slides to the edge of her seat. I think she’s holding her breath.
Dateline: Italy—A fan of the AC Milan soccer team, angry over the poor performance of Brazilian-born goalie Dida, put the player up for sale on eBay. The 33-year-old, who joined Milan in 2000, was a hero after the shootout win over Juventus in the 2003 Champions League final, but his popularity has slumped after a series of errors. Unfortunately, the goalie did not raise much interest on the popular auction site. His sale price, before the auction was shut down by eBay officials last Friday, had reached just 71 euros (about $116) after 25 bids.
Join Starbeing Shamans Tammy and Anthony Chino—sacred space holders for the Collective Frequency community—at the Galactic Collective Conference for an awareness raising weekend that is sure to heighten the energetic vibrations. Enter this spiritual domain of Wise elders and vainglorious millennials at Tedge beginning Friday, Oct. 19 through Sunday, Oct. 21. This three-day conference focuses on bringing advanced techniques from the New Star Being Tribe teaching how to be one with Mother Earth. For the small investment of $122, this power packed weekend includes insightful presentations and enriching workshops from 5 to 10pm on Friday, 9am to 8pm on Saturday and noon to 5pm on Sunday. And for those just starting out on their spiritual journey tickets are half-price for kids under 20.