In the midst of the tumultuous vitriol of the recent election and its aftermath, it was unfortunate that a significant story regarding a once virulent legend of the AIDS epidemic went relatively unnoticed—a story that returns us to
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February 2, 2017
January 30, 2017
No “-scope,” either “micro-“ or “tele-,” was needed last week for us to sight an article written “as if” for Sightings, so bold was its headline, so appropriate to be appropriated by this
January 26, 2017
Obituaries are seldom a time for irony, even when the subject is known to be religious.
January 23, 2017
Sightings looks for meaning in the abyss of chaos that currently challenges American, and global, culture. The experience of life in its shadows led me to remember “Antigonish,” an old poem (1899) by Hughes Mearns.
January 19, 2017
Why did a record 81% of white evangelicals vote for Donald Trump in the recent presidential election?
January 16, 2017
When writing for Sightings I can look down from our residence window on two cathedral towers.
January 9, 2017
Citings of Sightings, in which we sometimes indulge, can be signs of narcissism, impoverished imagination, or a lack of research in quest of fresh things to say.
January 5, 2017
What happens when we compare Colin Kaepernick to Tim Tebow?
January 2, 2017
For more than a year I engaged in the visual and oral analog to “fasting.” Fasters discipline themselves not to eat. I chose not to comment on the election campaigns.
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