Damian Lazarus, head of the influential Crosstown Rebels record label, is transforming the clichéd image of house music. In this interview, Lazarus talks about Burning Man and Day Zero, his upcoming 24-hour dance party synchronized to the end of the Mayan Calendar.
The seed revolution began one sunny afternoon on a neatly
mowed lawn at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds. For an historic moment, it wasn't
much to gawk at: a circle of about a dozen seedsmen and seedswomen sitting
cross-legged in the grass, laying out the blueprint for an agricultural
Earth Skills teacher Natalie Bogwalker, RS author Charles Eisenstein, and many more are scheduled to appear at Evolver Atlanta's third annual EvolverFest on Sat, June 11.
The Kogi, one of South America's last surviving pre-Colombian tribes, are producing a documentary to warn us about the perils of our destructive culture. [Video]
Medicine Hunter Chris Kilham, Reality Sandwich's Adam Elenbaas, and many more are scheduled to appear at Evolver Atlanta's second-annual EvolverFest this Sun, June 20.
For thousands of years, a nomadic people known as the Tuareg have carved out an austere existence in Africa's Sahara desert. Filmmaker Kathi von Koerber plumbs the mystical depths of Tuareg consciousness in her debut documentary, Footsteps in Africa: A Nomadic Journey. [An RS Encore Presentation]
In the new documentary The Shaman and Ayahuasca, filmmaker Michael Wiese takes an introspective journey into the heart of Amazonian shamanism.
Medicine Hunter Chris Kilham travels the world in search of the most remarkable remedies nature has to offer. I recently chatted with Chris about plant medicines, shamanism, and his upcoming Atlanta appearance at EvolverFest 2010.