Monthly Archives: March 2011

BOWIE: A BIOGRAPHY – Marc Spitz

Rain City Reads   March 17, 2011   Comments Off on BOWIE: A BIOGRAPHY – Marc Spitz

David Bowie is much more than a famous musician – he is a cultural icon. His approach to showmanship, song writing, performance – even fashion – have inspired his own and every subsequent generation. Not only that, but he is an articulate, intelligent man whose appeal and charisma extend well beyond his musical talent, which in itself is unparalleled. It… Read more »

THE WAYFINDERS: WHY ANCIENT WISDOM MATTERS IN THE MODERN WORLD – Wade Davis

Rain City Reads   March 3, 2011   Comments Off on THE WAYFINDERS: WHY ANCIENT WISDOM MATTERS IN THE MODERN WORLD – Wade Davis

“…[R]emember the central revelation of anthropology: the idea that the social world in which we live does not exist in some absolute sense, but rather is simply one model of reality, the consequence of one set of intellectual and spiritual choices that our particular cultural lineage made, however successfully, many generations ago.” A friend of mine introduced me to Wade… Read more »