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Non-jewel

We are the sacred profane,

the filthy clean.

We are mostly water,

we are full of shit.

We close our openings,

we fill our clearings. 286 more words

Poetry

Call no one profane or unclean

Acts 10:23-33

They way God is represented today sometimes makes it seem impossible to live up to the standards set by modern-day preachers and ministers. Many pastors we watch on television are living so good, until it seems that living in prosperity is the only sign that God is with you. 216 more words

Fenway Park: From Profane Space to Sacred Place

By Michael Xiarhos, Ph.D.

What is it that makes a place sacred? Essentially, we are talking about creation, that is the creation of the sacred place from profane space. 1,722 more words

Mother! (18)

Darren Aronofsky’s follow up to Noah (2014) finds him again grappling with biblical themes, in an abstract and original story. Mother! is a return to the kind of small-scale filmmaking he began with, as well as the more graphic and disturbing content that his film Requiem for a Dream (2000) gave him a reputation for. 267 more words

2018 Film Reviews

Paris: INTI 'Profane' at Galerie Itinerrance

Chilean artist INTI retuns to Paris for a third solo show called ‘Profane’ at Galerie Itinerrance, featuring new paintings and an impressive site specific installation. 335 more words

Shows

The brash, profane, funny, infuriating, high-flying first chapter of Taylor Mac's '24-Decade History'

If America were ready for a drag queen president — stranger things have happened — there is no question that Taylor Mac would be the one to come up with history’s most astutely outrageous, and most outrageously astute, version of “Hail to the Chief.” 23 more words

The brash, profane, funny, infuriating, high-flying first chapter of Taylor Mac's '24-Decade History'

If America were ready for a drag queen president — stranger things have happened — there is no question that Taylor Mac would be the one to come up with history’s most astutely outrageous, and most outrageously astute, version of “Hail to the Chief.” 23 more words