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The Sweetest Taboo
A new book draws from twenty years of work by a passionately probing Belgium photographer. By Frieke Janssens.
Ten cents a plant, that's what they pay me
The society of young tree planters is one that grows tight root systems from intimate exposure to wilderness, soil and brutal work. By Kristel Derkowski.
Is that a face or a building?
A study finds that we process faces and architecture using the same part of the brain. By Peter McMahon.
I will pretend I am hunting monkeys
Oil and water, up and down the Amazon. An Ecuadorian warrior travels north to take on the Company. By Joe Kane.
A place no white wanted
When a writer starts asking about who lived in their house before them, out comes a slice of not-so-romantic American history. By Kelly Garriott Waite.
Land, Communities, History and Us
On a desolate island in the northwestern Scotland, lessons in trying to intuit the past through marks on the landscape. By David Frankel.
Vigil-rama wants you!
A well-reasoned new project by the National Rifle Association helps stamp out alien plots and seditious foreign influences. Coming soon to a law-abiding community near you. By Fred Fiske.
Walking the Soul Edge of Dance
A choreographer presents evidence of a dancing life. By Patricia Beatty, with photographs by Cylla von Tiedemann.
A Mediterranean Fruitcake for the Ages
We prefer to think that this exquisite dessert is the first energy bar in recorded history, dating back to Moses persuasive years. By Luba Bar-Menachem.
The Courage to start the possibly impossible
How to cross a desert on foot as fast as possible. By Jonny Wright.
Empathy in an age of extinction
Introducing the Charter for Animal Compassion . . . Putting our human selves behind the eyes of the non-human heart and mind. By Rob Percival.
Taking Tedium & Waste Out of Meetings
Things to consider before we get down to business. By Beatrice Briggs.
Where Sport & Art Meet
What makes "the greatest player who ever lived" different from the rest? A dancer and choreographer tells us what she sees. By Patricia Beatty.
Official journal of the Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture