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  • Until January, Noble was, in addition to a bandleader and a collector, a record-store owner: for a decade, he ran a shop called Lotus Land, in Milwaukee.

    The New Yorker

  • My forthcoming book, Exploring Vancouverism: The Political Culture of Canada's Lotus Land views the "Lotus Land" culture of Vancouver, where organized religion has its fewest proponents on a per capita basis in all of Canada, as a culture that has abandoned the yardsticks of Good versus Evil.

    Covenant Zone

  • He reminded them it was Lotus Land thinking, and would be the ruination of a prime bunch of colonists.

    Eight Keys to Eden

  • About 40 people straggled about, after another soggy night in Lotus Land.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Since Noble closed Lotus Land, to devote himself to Kings Go Forth, his business has migrated online.

    The New Yorker

  • Musician, DJ and longtime owner of the now-closed Lotus Land record store in Milwaukee,

    JSOnline.com

  • Lotus Land has one more thing to be smug about: It's grown up and in, not out, focusing on getting denser as its population has grown.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Soon the mariners decide not to go back to Greece and resume their struggles for good versus evil, because, after all, what pleasure do they derive from that struggle, as compared to life in Lotus Land.

    Covenant Zone

  • Let’s see if we can follow Mr. Sturges’s circuitous path to Lotus Land.

    The Movies That Changed Us

  • CYRIL SCOTT: Lotus Land - Complete Piano Music, Vol. Five [TrackList below] - Leslie De'Ath, piano / with Anya Alexeyev, piano - Dutton Epoch

    Audiophile Audition Headlines

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