31 May 19
Doug Dillaman

I have been terrible at actually writing of late here, in part because I have six (!) different freelance articles on the go (how did that happen?) and in part because I have spent two full eight-hour days going hard-out at the Venice Biennale, the once-every-two-years gigantic art festival that I swore in 2007 I would […]

22 May 19

Star light, star bright First star I see tonight I wish I may, I wish I might Make this wish I make tonight I wish not to fright That the power of love covers everything in sight That people stop using the illusion of spite That transendence is all we have, all we seek, that […]

12 May 19
Visceral Esports

For years, Twisted Fate has been the #1 SoloQ pick in Korea. For years, Dopa (the most renowned TF player), has dominated the Korean SoloQ scene, boasting an incredible win ratio at the most competitive level of play. I’m going to be explaining the ins and outs of why Twisted Fate is the KING of […]

09 May 19

Random day, decided to attend Patrick Liew’s class because I felt a nagging voice behind me. It turned out much better than I thought… I even had a breakthrough. EQ = understand yourself, lead yourself, understand others, lead others. These are my favourite takeaways from the session: 1. People are characterized into 4 different types: […]

19 Apr 19
Sohbet Series

Sohbet (صحبت), the Farsi term originating from Ottoman-era Turkish, is an intriguing term that evades an English counterpart. Although in modern-day Farsi, it’s defined as a “conversation”, tracing it to the 13th-century poetic era of Rumi, Tabriz and Shirazi, infers that its humble appearance is an illusion. Rightly so, within Farsi, a language famed for its literary greatness; a Sohbet is much more…

15 Mar 19
Ready Steady Cut

Love, Death + Robots is a Netflix Anthology series created by Tim Miller and David Fincher. Here is the review for Episode 1, “Sonnie’s Edge”, which will contain spoilers. You can read the spoiler-free review of the entire series by clicking these words. You can check out our archive for reviews of each episode by clicking these words. Sonnie is […]

15 Feb 19
Danya Glabau

From Norbert Wiener’s hearing glove, to Clynes and Kline’s metabolically extended mouse, to cyborgs in science fiction, cyborgs figure centrally in speculating about how humans will transcend their bodies and the planet Earth for new frontiers of place, function, and sensation. This post is adapted from a talk given at the Transpecies Society in Barcelona, Spain in January 2019.

15 Feb 19
Masculine Sobriety

“You have power over your mind – not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength.” Marcus Arelius Today I woke up tired and the thought popped into my head “what if I can’t go to the gym because I am too sick?” I have been fighting off a cold for a few days […]

03 Feb 19
Run, Rest, Repeat

After enjoying chasing a summer of short stuff last year I’m set to do similar this year so if you’re looking for something a bit different, want to test yourself over a shorter distance or just want something to sharpen your pace then these are great events:

22 Jan 19
The Jay and Bear

The reading today is from Jeremiah 40:1-16 (Verse 4) “I have just released you today from the fetters on your hands.” Freedom is a tough topic to tackle, because so many of us have our own idea of what freedom means, that it stops at freedom simply being the ability to do whatever it is we want to do. And to a certain extent […]

20 Jan 19
Call Me Noona

Today’s topic is about what kind of elderly I will be in future. It’s a difficult topic because I don’t really imagine myself as an elder. It’s still a long journey, right? I don’t have a specific kind of elder I want to be. But, I will tell my wishes in future as an elder. […]

10 Jan 19
Grace Episcopal Church

Doughn-It Feel Good to Be at Grace Please join us in the Parish Hall from 9:00 – 9:30 AM this Sunday, January 13, for coffee and doughnuts to welcome our newest friends to Grace. This informal gathering, held on the second Sunday of every other month, gives each of us an opportunity to share a […]

03 Jan 19
Grace Episcopal Church

A Retreat with Phileena Heuertz Come share in a special retreat as we welcome Phileena Heuertz, author of Mindful Silence: The Heart of Christian Contemplation on Saturday, January 12 from 9:00 AM- 2:00 PM in the parish hall. Phileena will reflect on her book, inviting us to consider what it means to ground our practice […]

27 Dec 18
Grace Episcopal Church

First Sunday after Christmas Day Our 8:15 AM and 10:45 AM services will be held as usual on Sunday, December 30. No Christian Education classes. No Children’s Chapel. Parish Office The parish office will be closed Tuesday, January 1 and Wednesday, January 2. Contemplative Eucharist There will be NO 12:10 PM Contemplative Eucharist service held […]

20 Dec 18
Grace Episcopal Church

Worship at Grace This Christmas Season! Monday, December 24: Christmas Eve services at 4:00 PM and 11:00 PM The 4:00 PM Christmas Eve service will be a family friendly service with a children’s pageant that will serve as The Liturgy of the Word, followed by Holy Communion. A special musical prelude will begin at 3:30 […]