SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
Leonie Caldecott

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October 06, 2017
The response should have been empathy and respect, rather than hyena-like schadenfreude
November 10, 2016
Will the director rein in the violence in his Passion sequel?
November 10, 2016
He is risen indeed. I’m talking about Mel Gibson, who after a rather public mid-life crisis (he calls it his “andropause”) and a long stint in rehab, has been reincarnated as an Old Testament prophet. I caught him on the Stephen Colbert show recently, replete with magisterial beard (grown for his next acting role). In
September 22, 2016
Truffle was our family dog for a little over 14 years. A liver and white cocker spaniel from working stock, he was larger than most members of his breed. Having been the runt of his large litter, he gave us no choice when it came to choosing him. Our 10- year-old daughter sat down, rapt
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