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“I’m doing the same thing that my ancestors did. I’m just telling the stories that I care about, that I love and that are relevant to me,” Jeffrey Veregge says.
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Lucio Ballesteros said he spent about 100,000 euros to build the spacecraft.
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Patreon users say they're beginning to feel the implications of FOSTA-SESTA.
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And here I am today, living the dream in the Mexican Caribbean, working full-time as a fine artist, writer, speaker and coach
This book easily could have been the story of one broken brain and its contributions to science, but thankfully, it is so
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Called "Radical Love: Female Lust," the show features 48 female artists, half of Arab and Muslim heritage, responding to the Arabic poetry written by women over a thousand years ago.
Urbex can be exhilarating and fun, however make sure safety always comes first. Ensure that you have the right equipment
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Answer by Brad Gooch, Poet, Novelist, and Biographer, and author of Rumi's Secret, on Quora. Rumi is one of the greatest
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“It is my duty to voice the sufferings of people, the sufferings that never end and are as big as mountains.” ― Käthe Kollwitz
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In a perverse way, Donald Trump’s xenophobia and bigotry is doing us all a favor by highlighting the dark underbelly that
And meet Muslim writer and filmmaker, Parvez Sharma, whose films "A Jihad for Love" and "A Sinner in Mecca" have given voice
5) Knowledge is essential to understanding. Leave the back off the clock, hide nothing, always show the gears. Be honest
If you've been given the gift to be an artist, consider yourself lucky! Art has the power to transform, illuminate, educate
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The seams gave way; I cried. Not "Oh, I'm so happy for you" tears, though I was thrilled for her. They were the kind of tears
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Jay Shetty reminds us that one grade doesn't define our future.
Jay Shetty reminds us that one grade doesn't define our future.
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And the song, well, that song appeared in1962 in the middle of many struggles in this country, during the Civil Rights movement