Join two 23 year old guys on trip across America in a 1973 milk truck as they discover how their sense of well-being did not come from wealth, or hugs, or great schools. It came from knowing their family history.
Where is there a secret Russian naval base? Why is there a drone over my house and black SUVs outside? What’s a Chinese urn? And finally, how can we keep the remains of a loved one beautifully? Find out from Irina Jordan of Artisurn.
Sex. Death. Art. Monkey brain transplants. And the only place you’ll hear the word “brobdingnagian” used in polite company, You’ll hear about all that and more in my interview with Kate Sweeney, Public Radio journalist and author of the book “American Afterlife: Encounters in the Customs of Mourning.”
We are like trees. Our roots go deep and are hidden. Our branches spread wide to the heavens and sway and grow, never the same today as they were yesterday. Who can perceive the whole of us? Every leaf is a story that makes us who we are.
Don’t bury yourself under ugly! Greg Lundgren is a Seattle-based artist, author, filmmaker, and entrepreneur who creates unique and beautiful glass memorials as an alternative to blasé grey monoliths.