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April / May 2015

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"MR. CHAIRMAN AND representative, it cannot be done in pregnancy simply because when you swallow a pill it would not end up in the vagina." —Dr. Julie Madsen responding to Idaho State Rep. Vito Barbieri, who asked in an anti-abortion bill hear- ing if a woman could swallow a camera to conduct a remote gynecological exam (www.YouTube.com, 2/24) "ANYONE WHO CLAIMS TO have useful information about the publishing industry is lying to you, because nobody knows what the hell is happen- ing." —Writer Ryan Boudinot in a commentary about MFA writing programs (www.thestranger.com, 2/27) "PERHAPS DANCE IS THE WAY we express ourselves when words are insuffi cient. Maybe dance is simply a translator for the human heart." —Cho- reographer and dancer David Thomas Moore on why people dance (www.dancewithmeusa.com blog, 2/16) W O RT H R E P E AT I N G "I STILL FEEL LIKE A TEENAGER playing the part of a grown-up, despite all the trap- pings of actual adulthood that I possess. I thought that by this age, I would know more. I would understand more." —Blogger mom Allison Slater Tate on the shocking speed of adult life (www.themed.com) "THAT MAN BETOKENS SUCH A level of ignorance and a direct falsifi cation of the ex- isting scientifi c data. It's shocking and I think that man has rendered himself absolutely unfi t to be running for offi ce." —Gov. Jerry Brown on potential GOP presiden- tial candidate Ted Cruz's climate change denial (Meet the Press, 3/22) "MONEY, STATUS, ALL THE vanities the preacher of Ecclesiastes described, hold so little in- terest: a chasing after wind, indeed." —Stanford neuro- surgeon Paul Kalanithi sharing "Thoughts Before I Go," shortly before his untimely death from lung cancer 3/9 at age 37 (Stanford Medicine, Spring, 2015) "OUR RESULTS POINT TO A remark- ably drier future that falls far outside the contemporary experience of natural and human systems in Western North America, conditions that may present a substan- tial challenge to adaptation." —Researchers Benjamin I. Cook, Toby R. Ault and Jason E. Smerdon reporting results of their study on unprecedented 21st century drought risk (Science Advances, 2/12) Sat., May 9 • 3 pm Sat., May 9 • 7 pm "Sri Sri Ravi Shankar's approach to inner peace is like fresh air to millions." —The Washington Post THE ART OF LIVING CENTER L.A. 948 West Adams Blvd. Get Tickets Now Ar tofLivingLA.org/tickets 310-820-9429 R avi Shankar HIS HOLINESS S ri Sri MEDITATION 2.0 . . . go deeper april/may 2015 13

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