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  • ... critical viewing that has to be balanced out with both grief and fatigue in order to keep it from totally consuming you. Because ...
  • ... to somebody else." Thus, it's a cycle perpetuated by grief and love. However, "In These Boxes" breaks this chain, at least to an ... how region and culture will affect submissions for future shows in New York, New Orleans, Louisville and Washington D.C. Whatever ...
  • In the first season finale of The Team - Zimbabwe, an injured Pablo prepares himself for the most important performance of his life in front of the Big City Bullets professional footballers. Everyone in town has come to watch the game. Pablo and Beans will try to reconcile their differences in favor of the team, while Tari gets a visit from a former love.
  • ... area's veterans, active-duty military, and civilians to heal the wounds of the soul through the types of communication created ... meet with war veterans from that country as a way to help heal the wounds of war. The Sept. 11-12 MilTree event in Joshua Tree drew ...
  • U.S. Marine Sergeant Christian Ellis was a machine gunner in Iraq, whose platoon was ambushed, leaving him with a broken back and only one of a few survivors. Ellis returned home to join millions of Americans who struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder. He inspired the first opera about the Iraq war -- "Fallujah" -- with a score composed by Tobin Stokes, a libretto by...

  • ... to talk about the queasy uncertainty of autumn in LA, not grief . But I was overtaken by events walking home from the office. ... and left at the extreme ends of the street. Empty, but anticipatory . Solitude is like that, but it’s not being “imperially ...
  • The border wall is a scar on the California landscape, but a string of wildlife refuges along the line show a different landscape is possible.
  • ... replace donations, the dressing that creates a vaccuum to heal wounds more quickly and the peanut farmers in Haiti working to beat ...
  • <p>Needing a caregiver is not inevitable. Three "super seniors" share the secrets to staying healthy and active in their 80s and 90s.</p>

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