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Farewell, Isaac

  Today we mark the passing of a keen wit and prolific author, Isaac Bonewits. It is very sad and hard to lose a talent like his, but luckily his words will live on through the many books that he published, serving as a great asset to future generations. Here is the full obituary that his […]

What is the Summer Solstice?

Today marks the beginning of summer, the longest day of the year, and a time of celebration at Stonehenge and everywhere else across the northern hemisphere. What exactly is the summer solstice, and what makes it worthy of feast and fun? In short, the solstices (one occurring on or around June 21 and one occurring […]

The new Gap ad

This week Gap, the popular US clothing chain, released its 2009 holiday ad, which I’ve already seen probably 10 times. It’s a loud and rather annoying cheer, which the first few times I heard just sounded like random shouting. After a couple more times, I realized they are cheering: Go Christmas! Go Hanukkah! Go Kwanzaa! […]

Veteran’s Day, Yule, and the Spirit of Giving

We still have more than a month to go, but before you know it Yule will be upon us again. While we sit at home sipping hot cocoa around the fire, shoveling the snow or snuggling into a down comforter, remember on this Veteran’s Day that many of our troops will be stationed in much […]

Stand up and be counted!

More than 20 years since the survey that informed Voices from the Pagan Census was circulated, researcher Helen Berger, now working with James R. Lewis and Henrik Bogdan, is conducting a new and updated census of Pagans around the world. Besides demographic information, the survey touches on what “type” of Pagan you are and what […]

Buddhists 1, Wiccans 0

In exciting news for minority faiths, USA Today reports on the first Buddhist chaplain of the US Army. For those of you who keep up with the news, you’ll remember that back in 2007 one military chaplain who tried to change his denomination from Pentecostal to Wicca was not only denied, but removed from the […]