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April 11, 2011

Vol.204 / No.12
Television
Maurice Timothy ReidyApril 11, 2011

Over the last few years HBO has treated viewers to epic miniseries on epic subjects. In “John Adams” the subject was the Revolutionary War and the growing pains of a fledgling nation. “The Pacific” examined the sprawling Allied campaign against Japan during World War II. This

Of Many Things
Karen Sue SmithApril 11, 2011

A salute to snow

Christopher PramukApril 11, 2011

These resources are offered in conjunction with the article, "A Hidden Sorrow: Praying through Reproductive Loss. Christopher Pramuk teaches theology at Xavier University in Cincinatti, Ohio and is the author of

Books
J-Glenn MurrayApril 11, 2011

A history of the musical theater, reviewed

Signs Of the Times

Faith communities stood with working people and civil rights during the commemoration of the death of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

Columns
Kyle T. KramerApril 11, 2011

The most elegant ways of growing food mimic natural ecosystems.

Television
Jake MartinApril 11, 2011

The women of Showtime's 'Nurse Jackie,' 'Weeds' and 'The United States of Tara'