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It would be a travesty on my part to declare I was a fan of Mr. Bourdain or his work.

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A Quirky Artist Celebrating our Fictional Femmes: Meet Sandhya Prabhat

36 Days of Type is an art movement pioneered by Nina Sans and Rafa Goicoechea, of Barcelona, who decided to design

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A Simple Guide to start reading Tagore

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Why ‘Veere di Wedding’ has me scratching my Feminist head!

Here’s the thing. I want to love Veere di Wedding. I really do. Especially when I see the trailer on Youtube

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So, you probably know already that The Great Pacific garbage patch is now three times the size of France, up

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There is an elephant in the room with an invisibility cloak on – the Pay Gap. In the years that

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