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Erik Owens
Works at Boston College
Attended University of Chicago
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awesome! way to go, nick! go put out a fire!
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i hit the picture collage on nick's blog and it brought me to google+ (nickblog2011.)
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For the techie folks out there: Is there an affordable AirPlay portable speaker on the market yet? I'm considering an AirPlay-enabled tuner, but I'd rather have one that will stream iOS tunes to something I can take outside, in the kitchen, wherever. The iHome AirPlay hasn't materialized yet, the Zeppelin is too big and at $600 is too pricey for me; AppleTV can stream to an existing tuner but isn't portable. Sonos is too pricey and the bluetooth speakers seem to lack enough oomph to use for a party on the deck. What to do?
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I bet Tivoli makes something.
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    Associate Director, Boisi Center for Religion & American Public Life, 2006 - present
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Religion, politics, education. And jazz.
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I'm a professor of theology and international studies at Boston College, where I teach about ethics, politics, international relations and civic education. I'm also associate director at the Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life, a research center at BC covering all sorts of topics in this area.
Education
  • University of Chicago
    Ph.D., Religious Ethics
  • Harvard Divinity School
    M.T.S., Religion & Society
  • Duke University
    B.A., Public Policy Studies, Religion
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Mini Geodesic Table Lamp
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Brass beauty. Rings intersect to form a sphere in the geometry-inspired base of our Mini Geodesic Lamp. Its brass finish and natural linen s

Boston Kids Finally Feel Heartbreak
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For every sports fan in Boston who's 10 years old or younger: You may not realize it, but you've been spoiled rotten. It's not your fault. B

Umpires Show Their Inner Hams on Strike Three
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There is little room for creativity from professional baseball umpires, whose manual explains how to handle just about every on-field situat

Home | Newport Folk Festival 2012
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RT @MaxBlau: If you've never seen the magic of @tuneyards' looping live, watch her performing at #Coachella right NOW. http://t.co/s

Teaching World Religions in Public Schools - C-SPAN Video Library
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The panelists discussed teaching world religions in public schools. A Modesto, California High School teacher talked about an initiative tha

Our 7yo son loves this place, and we do too. The staff is so nice -- they are really supportive of a new young climber and have given him lots of cheers and tips along the way. The people who climb here are really nice, too. Just a great place to spend time. There are lots of types of challenges on both sides of the gym -- bouldering or belay -- and they do birthday parties and yoga classes in the loft area overlooking the climbing area. Highly recommended!
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