As artists, what we say matters. So we’d better have a message that’s meaningful enough to speak up for. This past weekend I went to a play in a reputable urban theater. The local paper had called it “provocative”—supposedly a story about technology and ethics and our humanity. Generally, I don’t like technology-themed plays: they […]
The other day I was cooking some stuff from the cookbook The Jewish Gourmet, and a few things from old Sunset Magazines. I rarely ever follow recipes, since they tend to disappoint me (unless I’m up for Julia, who is an absolute chemist, and will never steer me wrong.) But every once in a while […]
Restorative yoga, yoga workouts, even following along with a yoga video at home, all help to open up our heart, body and soul. Yoga Nidra means meditative “sleep”—the let-go-of-the-world ease we find in practicing yoga any way we choose.