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Heartland Healing

Let Science Lead You to Spirit

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Inside the movie

Heartland Healing

What’s In Your Food?

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Hardy’s one-man “A Christmas Carol” highlights Dickens-themed literary festival

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Yesterday’s past tomorrow

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Houses of tomorrow

In the future, buildings will be grown, rather than built. A combination of fast-growing genetically altered wood and miniature building robots will make it possible to grow a building from seed faster than it would take to build one in the traditional way. Additionally, because the structure is made from living wood, it will be able to repeair itself if damaged, grow new floors or additional structures, and even...

Heartland Healing

2015.11.24 humor-2 Laughing Your Ass Off

"Laugh, laugh I thought I'd die…" In 1964, Norman Cousins lay dying at UCLA Medical Center. Doctors told him his disease was terminal and there was nothing they could do. They were half right. There was nothing they could do.

Cousins didn't accept their prognosis. While in excruciating pain from ankylosing spondylitis, a rare disease that inflamed his spine, Cousins found that after watching a Marx Brothers movie...

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New director Hilary Adams promised to honor the traditional treatment that Omaha Community Playhouse audiences expect when they see the 40th anniversary production of A Christmas Carol.

Put it another way: What would Charles Jones think of the latest version of his adaption of the Charles Dickens classic? Or, since the grand gentleman from Georgia is no longer with us, would the purists who prattle over even the...

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Other worlds

We soon will discover that the universe does not just consist of the world we inhabit, but many parallel worlds, all existing on top of one another, but unaware. These pass through each other, inhabiting the same space, sharing the same timeline, but are radically different from each other, and utterly alien to each other.

It will take centuries for us to understand these worlds, and to connect with them, but we...

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Dd02c smaller Put this Baby in the Corner

The promise “You’ll have the time of your life” headlines a piece of Dirty Dancing publicity, and the daily’s GO section hyped expectations before the musical’s Orpheum opening by insisting, “It’ll be the ‘Time of Your Life’ and then some.”

I’d have settled for the time of my life, happily borrowing again from its best-known song, with no complaint if deprived of “then some.”

Alas, I find myself struggling instead...

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