witchcraft

Women
Some love it, some think it's "offensive as f**k."
Videos
Haylin Belay uses her magic rituals to heal from past trauma and to find an inner power in a society that often doesn’t value women of color.
Politics
Witches are gathering in Brooklyn to hex the Supreme Court justice.
Media
“Sincere question: Is eye of newt an actual ingredient?”
Arts & Culture
Fantastical beasts and herbs from "Harry Potter," and where to actually find them -- at the New York Academy of Medicine.
Religion
Medusa is not a bringer of ill omen, but rather a revealer of unpleasant truths.
Sports
This piece was written in collaboration with the GLOBALSPORT team, a research project funded by the European Research Council
Women
WHICH BITCH ARE YOU? By the half-way point of fall we are surrounded by a ambient prescience of impending death. Death and
Religion
"You get to the point where you just want to embrace who you are, and the word doesn’t matter."
Culture & Arts
The Boston based tenor magician Jerry Bergonzi returns to the organ/tenor/drums format to spin his harmonic sorcery on his
Weird News
There was a time when choosing to invoke an incantation as a means to an end would get one burnt at the stake. In today's world, taboos seem to be falling like leaves in autumn. So one need not be fearful any longer when choosing to resort to witchcraft in a time of need.
Impact
"I met one mother who was hiding her children out of fear. The children were not going to school."
Queer Voices
Lesbian film luminary, Guinevere Turner guest stars in the brand new episode of Capitol Hill. Waxie Moon returns as Roses Smell in need of much therapy.
The World Post
Others are subjected to inhumane abuse. They suffer severe beatings, maiming, burns caused by fire, boiling water or acid
Parenting
The only option for infirm elderly individuals in these circumstances was to receive care from relatives at home. The burden