In Review: Books, Music, and Film

Books, Music, and Film

In Review :: YES! Film Picks - The Singing Revolution / Flow
Reviews of our favorite films for the summer '09.
In Review :: YES! Music Picks - David Francey, Delcoa, Dark Was The Night
Musical inspiration while putting out the Summer 2009 issue.
YES! Film Picks: War Child / The End of Poverty?
Reviews of some of our favorite films of the season.
In Review :: YES! Music Picks - Jackson Browne, Asa, Mary Gauthier
Musical inspiration while putting out the Spring 2009 issue.
In Review :: The Road to Sustainability
by Michael Marien
Reviews of Common Wealth: Economics for a Crowded Planet, The Bridge at the Edge of the World, Plan B 3.0: Mobilizing to Save Civilization, Plan C: Community Survival Strategies for Peak Oil and Climate Change
In Review :: Bill Cleveland’s Art and Upheaval
by Brooke Jarvis
Review of Art and Upheaval: Artists on the World's Frontlines, by Bill Cleveland
YES! Picks
YES! Picks :: our musical inspiration while putting out this issue: Josh Ritter, Linda Thompson, and the Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars
In Review :: Pete Seeger: The Power of Song
by Doug Pibel
In Pete Seeger: The Power of Song, Jim Brown documents the life of one of the greatest American singer/songwriters of the last century.
In Review :: Branded!
by Fran Korten
Fran Korten reviews Michael Conroy's 'Branded! - How the 'Certification Revolution' is Transforming Global Corporations.'
In Review :: Revolutionary Jesus
by Ignacio Castuera
YES! Magazine Book Reviews on Revolutionary Jesus :: Ignacio Castuera
In Review :: Climate Crisis and New Energy
by Michael Marien
YES! Magazine Book Reviews on Climate Crisis and New Energy :: Michael Marien reviews Fred Pearce's With Speed and Violence, Joseph Romm's Hell and High Water, and Greg Pahl's The Citizen Powered Energy Handbook.
In Review :: YES! Film Picks - What Would Jesus Buy? / Beyond Elections
YES! Film Picks: Maddening and motivating independent films - Capsule reviews of What Would Jesus Buy? and Beyond Elections.
YES! Film Picks :: The Power of Forgiveness
by Carol Estes
This thoughtful film recounts the stories of people who have suffered almost unbearable losses and invites us into their struggles to forgive. The film also explores the life journeys of Holocaust-survivor Elie Wiesel and Vietnam War-survivor Thich Nhat Hanh. Both found so much power in forgiveness that they have made it the centerpiece of their life’s work...
In Review :: How to Rule the World
by Sarah van Gelder
In How to Rule the World: The Coming Battle Over the Global Economy, Mark Engler shows that both neoliberalism and neoconservatism are in disarray. This opens possibilities for new international relationships based on democratic values and aimed at increasing equity and sustainability.
In Review :: Who Speaks for Islam?
by Jamal Rahman
Since 9/11, voices on all sides have expressed shrill opinions about the Muslim World that Islamic sages might describe as "all fireworks and little light." Who Speaks for Islam? contributes real data to clear away misunderstandings and challenge stereotypes.