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borders Mar 17, 2016 Borders Art is like a border of flowers along the course of civilization. -Lincoln Steffens In the beginning, there was a dot. The dot went for a walk, “What the fuck is that doing here?” Mar 6, 2016 Borders You have photographed borders in Europe, as well as the one between the United States and Mexico. What makes you so interested in them? In my Loud as Hell Mar 3, 2016 The Devil How difficult is it, to compile a playlist about Satan, hell or eternal punishment, without including any Heavy Metal or Hard Rock songs? It is A Friend of the Devil Mar 2, 2016 The Devil The story of a musical genius, made at a crossroads one night. “People say: ‘Father, I need an exorcism.’” Mar 1, 2016 The Devil The Idea List: How do people react when you tell them that you work as an exorcist? Fr. Gary Thomas: It gets peoples’ attention. I am a full-time “We are rational people” Feb 29, 2016 The Devil The Devil brings out the best in us, says Magus Peter H. Gilmore, High Priest of the Church of Satan. But only, if we don’t believe in him. The Devil You Know Feb 20, 2016 The Devil The devil exists. But not in the way you think. Inertia Feb 18, 2016 The Devil Two minutes to five. She sets the tray down on the white tablecloth, and herself, back straight, on the clean white chair in the winter garden for Hitler! War! Destruction! Feb 14, 2016 The Devil On clear days, you can see it from the city: A run-down radar station, perched on a hill overlooking Berlin. The station has a somewhat sinister The Devil Feb 5, 2016 The Devil It’s a scary concept, really: A fallen angel, who reigns over the underworld and tortures lost souls until eternity. According to scripture, the “We don’t have any positive pictures of adulthood” Jan 20, 2016 Kids If growing up is so hard, why should we do it? In her book „Why grow up?“, Susan Neiman ponders our idealized image of childhood and fear of adulthood. Young at Heart Jan 1, 2016 Kids Do you remember who you were before the world told you who you should be? 'The Animal Cracker Plot' Dec 17, 2015 Kids _“Someone told me it’s all happening at the zoo.” _The little boy smiled. He hummed the familiar tune as he made the light and tumble journey from “Kids don’t suffer from the limitations we do” Dec 16, 2015 Kids A few years ago, Anne Kjær Riechert began asking children to draw their dreams. It has turned into a surprisingly insightful way to visualize kids' minds and psyche. Oh the little ones Dec 7, 2015 Kids This magazine started out with the idea of a dog-trimming salon on a Formula One racetrack. But that idea wasn’t ours: It had come from a Japanese A Natural Nuisance Nov 30, 2015 Sleep We live in overtired times, and sleep has turned from a necessity into something worth fixing. '6am' Nov 22, 2015 Sleep It’s an appropriate time to write about sleep. 6 am in San Francisco, the morning light jabbing in like lightning bolts through the blinds of the “Sleep is a Problem-Solver” Nov 20, 2015 Sleep Max Richter has composed an eight-hour long lullaby to help listeners fall asleep and to pay tribute to the most enigmatic of human activities. On an album that is not intended to be heard. A Place, between Sleep and Awake Nov 12, 2015 Sleep About the magic of a fleeting, daily moment. Hans-Ulrich Obrist on Sleep Nov 5, 2015 Sleep The famous curator’s schedule barely allows for sleep. But his job requires it. A talk about fighting the internal clock – and embracing it. Next page