Monthly Archives: April 2011


For anyone who gets acts like Hayseed Dixie, Luther Wright and the Wrongs, or Richard Cheese, I have an early Beltaine present: Metalachi, the world’s only mariachi metal cover band. (Discovered via this episode of the excellent podcast.) Advertisements

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Free reading

Thought I’d share links to some fully-free-to-read-online magazines that I find worthwhile – enjoy! Hinduism Today Reform Judaism Aramco World Japanese Journal of Religious Studies Journal of Liberal Religion And while I’m at it, let me suggest for your listening … Continue reading

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Local agriculture takes another step forward

At least in my region… if you’re in the western NC area, check out this Kickstarter fundraising effort for Carolina Ground, an initiative to bring locally grown, milled and baked bread to Asheville. I wish I was a *little* closer, … Continue reading

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An odd little song

I was listening to the Jewish Rock Radio channel on Live365 at work yesterday, and was startled to suddenly hear a song talking about pagans, Wiccans and Druids… the whole thing is long, and fairly peculiar, but you can hear … Continue reading

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Horned God devotional released

My blogging amigo Seillean has just announced the release of the new devotional, Hoofprints in the Wildwood… in which several people I know have pieces, including Kullervo and my old friend and regular commenter, Feral Boy!

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