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Grappling With Mortality In The White Mountains – Joshua Bright

  Last year, medical tests revealed that a rare genetic cardiomyopathy is slowly but surely mutating, expanding, and gradually weakening

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The Moscow Seven: Meet Russia’s Future Fashion Stars – Stephan Rabimov

In times of strife and struggle, Russia has always placed its biggest trust in human resources. “We’re rich in minerals

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25+ Stunning Photos From Burning Man 2018 Give a Glimpse of Its Wild Creativity – Sara Barnes

With Labor Day weekend past, the festivities of Burning Man now exist as memories for its temporary citizens. More than

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Why Nordic Countries Might Not Be As Happy As You Think

Nordic countries like Finland and Norway may regularly come out on top of world happiness indexes for wellbeing year-on-year –

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Rewriting The Story of the Starving Armenian — Discover

Liana Aghajanian on the food traditions of Armenian-Americans: “Having lost property, cultural heritage, and identity in addition to the millions

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Seoul Success – Young North Korean Escapees are Thriving in the South By Anna Fifield

When waves of North Koreans began arriving in the South during a devastating famine 20 years ago, many encountered a

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This Is Why You Are Afraid of Photographing People while Traveling — Discover

Sweden-based travel photographer Lola Akinmade Åkerström reflects on the invisible barriers that stand between her (and every traveler’s) camera and

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Seven Centuries of Bstila — Discover

Anny Gaul, a scholar of North African and Middle Eastern culinary traditions, takes us on a deep dive through the

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Parlez-Vous Français? — Sifting through life and the world

Français? Hey, I was absolutely the worse in my high school French classes and the only one in our senior

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In Sudan, Rediscovering Ancient Nubia Before It’s Too Late — Discover

At Undark, Amy Maxmen follows the archaeologists and scientists who are racing to document what’s left of the ancient African

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