Prince’s First Music Teacher: ‘He Was at the Band Room Door at 8 a.m. Sharp Every Day Waiting to Be Let In’

Posted on April 28th, 2016
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Prince’s First Music Teacher: ‘He Was at the Band Room Door at 8 a.m. Sharp Every Day Waiting to Be Let In’ https://www.people.com/article/prince-jimmy-hamilton-music-teacher  

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Ching Ming: Tomb Sweeping Day

Posted on March 22nd, 2016
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https://www.dailyundertaker.com/2010/03/ching-ming-tomb-sweeping-day.html   It is almost upon us again… With spring comes Ching Ming; Grave Sweeping Day in the Chinese cultural tradition. Usually falling in early April, ChingMing is a time when families gather, often very early in the morning, and travel to the graves of their ancestors to honor and remember them. Scrubbing an ancestor’s […]

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Día de los Muertos and the Significance of Ritual

Posted on October 9th, 2015
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From its symbolic candy skulls and costumed processions, to candlelit vigils in cemeteries across the world, Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, offers a way for family and friends to honor the spirits of ancestors who have departed. Throughout Latin America, the Southwestern United States, and more recently other parts of the […]

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TEDx Talk Video: “Embracing Death”

Posted on September 18th, 2015
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“The North American leap from a culture of healthy death acceptance to a culture of death denial has been no leap at all. It’s been a journey of small steps. And this journey has, in part, been enabled by both the professionalization of death and the funeral industry. In this talk, I explore options that […]

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