James Harden is the NBA's True Zen Master
During the chaos of the fight between the Houston Rockets and Los Angeles Lakers, Harden showed total control over his mind and body.
Early Morning Meditation at MoMA Lets You Get Zen Amidst Art
Finding inner peace is beautiful amidst Rothko and Monet.
Anarchy and Peace with Penny Rimbaud of Crass
In this Noisey film 'Get Out of Your Own Way,' we join the anarcho-punk artist in the English countryside to talk life, zen, and World War I poet Wilfred Owen.
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How Beautiful Is Whatever Frank Ocean Building About to Be?
Have you ever seen a sunset that moved you to tears? Imagine that.
Growing Up in a Zen Kitchen Taught Me to Love Waste
Japanese Buddhism emphasizes asceticism, and if that virtue were to be judged through what we cooked, then leftover casserole could not be a more perfect meal. As for all the melted cheese—well, even Zen students need to be permitted certain...
Sound Art Imagines a Different Kind of Zen Garden
Does it still rock if a Japanese rock garden has no rocks? We investigate.
Intricate Salt Mazes Laced with Serenity and Sorrow
Japanese artist Motoi Yamamoto enters a trancelike state for hours to create his intricate installations.
The first convincing prototype of artificial consciousness was an accident: Tom pasted a block of cryptocurrency code into a neural modeler. Now there's a mind in there, and it's calling itself Tom.
The Zen Master's Zen Master: How Phil Jackson's Mindfulness Guru Is Helping The New York Knicks
George Mumford, who has worked with both Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant, is trying to strengthen the minds of the New York Knicks so that they can be stress-free and successful.
The Likable, Unlikely Career of Juan Uribe
The Dodgers' third baseman knows failure as well as any major leaguer. So how does he keep succeeding?
Setting the Bar: How Florida Music Festivals Became the Standard of the American Dance Experience
Festivals are the backbone of the modern American dance scene, but what seems a staple was once a rare phenomenon with Floridian roots.
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Hyper-Realistic Stone Fields Made With A 3D Printer
Why waste time gathering stones when you can just 3D print them?