Monthly Archives: August 2018

Go ahead, get that tattoo. Your boss shouldn’t mind.

Chicago Tribune: The research, published this month in the journal Human Relations, surveyed more than 2,000 people and found that the inked were just as likely to be employed and to earn as much as the uninked, regardless of the … Continue reading

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We are loved

British artist Charlie Mackesy says that the story of the prodigal son is most central to him “It is subversive and flies in the face of religion, religious sensibility and moral high ground. It suggests we are loved not for what … Continue reading

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Sting: ‘The Church’s Music and Liturgy Fed This Artistic Soul’

National Catholic Register: You’ve said in interviews about your contribution to the show that you were immersed and well-schooled in the music of the Church. What particular influences — musical and religious — were important to you in making the composition? … Continue reading

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RIP Lorrie Collins, rockabilly star

Los Angeles Times: “Lorrie Collins died on Aug. 4 at 76 in Reno, where she had been living in recent years. Her brother, Larry Collins, revealed the news via Facebook. He said her death was the result of complications from … Continue reading

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X exhibit at the Woody Guthrie Center in Tulsa

Grateful to catch the exhibit celebrating the 40th anniversary of X, the legendary Los Angeles punk band, at the Woody Guthrie Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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