What the Blues Can Expect This Season

Jonathan Toews remembers the celebrations, the parades and the parties. Hoisting the Stanley Cup meant cherished moments with teammates, family and friends — memories that will never fade. The only downside? Short summers that had the captain of the Chicago Blackhawks right into another season before he could blink. “At some point, you’ve got to turn the page,” Toews said. “That was […]

Fantastic Fest Film Review: Rian Johnson’s Knives Out Modernizes the Whodunnit for 2019

The Pitch: Scaling back from the epic scope of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, writer-director Rian Johnson returns to his crime-genre roots. But where his debut Brick was a modernized sendup of film noir, Knives Out riffs on the whodunnit. The central crime involves the supposed suicide of celebrated mystery author Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer). As his vulturous family navigates […]

Those Who Need It The Most

 Those who need the most are the least inclined, and it can be frustrating as a health professional. You have this magic that can really help someone and they’ve raised their hand, they say, “Yeah, I want some help, I’ve got this issue, I want solved.” And you get to talking with them and […]

When the low self-image rules

  By Tor Hersoug Are there any links between low self-images and meditation? Quite a few, actually. Low self-images may emerge in the meditation as spontaneous thoughts and feelings; they may influence the way we meditate, often without our awareness, as well as our motivation to continue to meditate. Few things influence our lives more […]