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The community came out in force for a fundraiser/benefit for EarthDance and the local premiere of a new film produced and directed by the creators of "1 Giant Leap" - an incredible, masterpiece of a film laced with music from cover-to-cover.
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By Marilyn Mandala Schlitz, Ph.D., Cassandra Vieten, Ph.D., Tina Amorok, Psy.D
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Went to Portland last week for the "Annual Tom Hulce Award Dinner" where non-profits, individual entrepreneurs, developing, working and growth capital companies received recognition for their achievements. Over 900 people and dozens of companies attended.
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This weekend while on retreat at a beautiful chalet on Mt. Ashland with spectacular views above the trees, my beloved Linda and I took a day trip to the Colestin valley to visit Tashi Choling.
Two weeks ago three local brothers, Gino, Mark and Rob, were arrested and taken from us into federal custody under indictment for IRS and tax-related crimes. They were arrested on charges of conspiracy and wire fraud in connection with PQI.
I went last night to the final performance of an oratory of Jeff Golden's new novel "Unafraid." 'Twas an engaging dialogue between prominent political characters of the late twentieth century, engaging the imagination of what's possible with great leadership, particular that of John and Robert Kennedy, had they survived the bullets.
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A few days ago I attended an open house for Gaia University, a broad-based permaculture curriculum branching out like a mycelia network to develop small, local educational centers offering bachelors and masters programs accredited internationally, but not in the United States.
Added by Ashland Source Center on September 4, 2008 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Tom Robbins, author of Jitterbug Perfume, is a master magician of words and visions, his stories running deep with a landscape of symbolism. In this novel the author weaves four stories ranging over a thousand years and culminating in contemporary times. Threads of immortality, scents of the soul, death, and perfumery are laced with humor and sexuality, making this book a deeply provacative masterpiece.