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Getting Biblical at St. Mark’s Place

Buddha-killer Becky Garrison alerts us to two events of possible interest to NYC-area readers: Those looking for a sacrilegious way to celebrate Purim might want to check out the Horse…

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Jesus Died For This? Goes to Beantown

Buddha killer Becky Garrison will be in Boston on March 5th, where she’ll be one of the guides during Episcopal Village’s Mission Event. If you’re in Boston and want to connect, give…

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KtB at Haverford College

What Buddhas need killing next? On February 9th, KtB Senior Editor Nathan Schneider will be at Haverford College near Philadelphia to talk with students and faculty about the magazine, religion…

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Tin Anniversary Glamour

The Tin Anniversary Spectacular—celebrating ten years of KtB—has come and gone. For those of you (and there were lots!) who joined us at Galapagos Art Space in Brooklyn on December…

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Sneak-a-Peek: Auction Preview

This is just a tiny fraction of the fine wares and services available at the KtB auction tomorrow night! Bid early! Bid often! Both live (for a few exciting, adrenaline-filled…

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The Son of Man Needs Not a Harness

Is your life complete without a rock-climbing Jesus action figurine? We didn’t think so. (look at the gluts on that god-man…). And a harness? Ropes? Jesus don’t need no safety…

Tin Anniversary Spectacular poster by Danica Novgorodoff.

Tin Anniversary Spectacular

KtB just turned ten! Help us celebrate on December 7th in Brooklyn.

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Three Finalists

Here are the top three Buddha-killing cocktails, all submitted by readers to our recent contest. Join us December 7th, and toast KtB’s 10th anniversary with the winning mixologists. Blood and…

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Buddha-killing Mixology: A Contest!

What drink would you be, if you were a Buddha-killer? Or, what’s the most Buddha-killing cocktail you can dream up? Do you call it “The Buddha-Killer,” or do you have…

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God’s Eye Gives Back

Everybody’s favorite yarn craft puts its mystical powers under the microscope.

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Be a Tin Anniversary Sponsor!

Can’t make it to the December 7th Tin Anniversary Spectacular in Brooklyn? Well, there’s still an opportunity to show your support for Killing the Buddha. Become a sponsor of the…

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Can’t Make It on Dec. 7th? You Can Still Be a Sponsor!

We know that, unfortunately, a lot of our readers won’t be able to make it to the Brooklyn Tin Anniversary Gala on December 7th. It’s our blessing and curse that…

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Transgender Day of Remembrance

November 20th marks the 12th annual Transgender Day of Remembrance, a day to memorialize those who have been killed by anti-transgender hatred or prejudice. This event began when 250 people…

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Jesus Died For This? Keeps Rolling Along

Here are three more events featuring Buddha-killer Becky Garrison. Theology Pub with Becky Garrison Wednesday, October 27, 2010, 6:30pm-9:00pm Lucky Lab Brew Pub, 915 SE Hawthorne Blvd., Portland, OR Book…

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Liveblogging “God in America,” Day 2

Okay, day 2, hours 3 and 4, of PBS’s new special, “God in America.” See yesterday’s liveblogging here. Please join the conversation live in the comments! (Also, check out Patheos’…

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Show Nothing

What’s your take on nothing? The Rubin Museum of Art, (Remember? KtB collaborated with them this past summer in our “Remember That You Will Die” essay contest),wants to know. As part of…

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Liveblogging “God in America” on PBS

I’m doing this because… why not? Never done it before, and thought it might be fun. Here’s the official website. Join in if you like in the comments! Also: Day…

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Jeff Takes C Street for a Night on the Town

As KtB founding editor Jeff Sharlet has been showing us for years, The Family has pretty much won over Washington with its brand of power-loving Christian fundamentalism. But can they…