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  • Free Monday drop-in yoga at Sivananda

     
    While yoga is a proven stress reliever, paying for a class when you're broke is quite the Zen-killer. Enjoy all of the yoga with none of the financial obligation at Marina del Rey's Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Center, which hosts two Monday night sessions of...
  • Hindus decry new Julia Roberts movie

     
    Some Hindus are worried that the new Julia Roberts movie will mischaracterize their faith. Rajan Zed, leader of the Universal Society for Hinduism, said he hopes that Eat, Pray, Love shows Hinduism and its rituals accurately, and steers clear of...
  • Getting to the root of a creepy food additive: human hair

     
    Just when you think those hen-keeping, kitchen-gardening, bake everything-from-scratch locavores are going a little overboard, you read a headline like this:"The Human Hair Additive in Your Food." It appears in Mother Jones. "For his recent Mother Jones...
  • Ancient Cambodian bronzes headed to Getty Center

     
    For the first time, the J. Paul Getty Museum will be hosting an exhibition of artwork from Cambodia. A collection of ancient bronze sculptures from the Southeast Asian country will go on display at the Getty Center in 2011. "Gods......
  • Making yoga more Christian…or Jewish…or Muslim

     
    In Southern California and elsewhere, Christians, Jews and Muslims are explicitly seeking to connect their own faiths with one of the most identifiable aspects of Hinduism and Buddhism: Yoga. The Los Angeles Times has a story about the proliferation of &#...
  • 'Lost' Wednesdays: 'I just need to show them something'

     
    I've been thinking today about "Lost," about why there are so many who are angry that they're not getting enough answers, mostly spurred by this post by Zap2It's Ryan McGee, which uses a similar puzzle analogy to my review from......
  • Learn how yoga is more than just a way to stay fit

     
    As yoga exercise classes have become commonplace in gyms and yoga studios have become unremarkable additions to strip malls throughout the nation, it's easy to forget that yoga is actually a meditative religious practice specific to Hinduism, Jainism...
  • Congressional candidate says illegal immigrants should have microchips embedded, likens group to dogs

     
    Iowa congressional candidate Pat Betroche says illegal immigrants should be micro-chipped. Once remarks become controversial, he "clarified" what he meant....
  • 'Lost' fans: This one is for you and about you

     
    There are many great things to take in and remember about "Lost." But the biggest gift the ABC show has bestowed on those of us who have watched, obsessed, analyzed and debated its meaning and plot over the last six......
  • 'Lost' 10s: Every episode of 'Lost,' ever (well, except the finale), ranked for your enjoyment

     
    When the finale of "Lost" ends tonight, the series will have aired just under 90 hours of content split up in 121 episodes. And that's all well and good. But it's really worth it only if you can rank them......
  • Author Believes Religions, Not Governments, Can Solve Terrorism

     
    Arkaday Povzikov, a Russian who immigrated to Canada, lays out an inter-faith argument for counteracting terrorism in his book The Thirteenth Apostle.Povzikov poses the question: “What if the righteous religious leaders of all faiths would convene...