10 Buddhist books everyone should have, as selected by the editors of Lion’s Roar.
Twin Peaks’s quirky-cool special agent famously upended the idea of the TV G-man. Rod Meade Sperry looks at one of pop culture’s most endearing, enduring dharma friends.
Henry Miller integrated Buddhist thought into much of his life and work. That is, in his typically individualistic, proto-Beat way.
The Buddha Bar is a tasty example of Buddhist thought getting infused into product marketing. Cheesy and dubious, but also playful.
There are still battles to be fought. Gen-Xer Rod Meade Sperry gives the baby boomers a friendly talking-to.
Sumi Loundon Kim, Norman Fischer, Rod Meade Sperry, and Iris Brilliant discuss the future of Buddhism in a post-baby boomer world.