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      Music for Action: Take Action on Climate Change, Download Bonnaroo Music

      Music for Action: Take Action on Climate Change, Download Bonnaroo Music

      photo by Gilbert R., via Flickr In June, the House of Representatives passed legislation to cut global warming pollution, build a clean energy economy and reduce our dependence on foreign oil. Now it is up to the Senate to pass a similar bill and more than a dozen Senators have yet to say how they […]

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      Prayer Flags Explained!

      Prayer Flags Explained!

      When the tradition of hanging Tibetan prayer flags began more than 2000 years ago, Tibet was ruled by warlords who carried their own flags into battle. The native people took this as their inspiration but spun the intent on its axis when they made their own flags to honor the nature gods of Bon, their […]

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      Music Mondays: Beirut

      Music Mondays: Beirut

      Beirut was originally the solo music project of New Mexico native Zach Condon. Only 19 at the time, Condon recorded much of the first Beirut album, Gulag Orkestar, alone in his bedroom, playing all the instruments and then looping them over each other. He finished it in a proper studio with the help of Heather […]

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