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Read story: Beyond Pumpkin Pie & Butternut Squash Soup
Food & Drink
Beyond Pumpkin Pie & Butternut Squash Soup

Something magical happens in the weeks after the kids go back to school and summer tans fade. The crisp air and autumn’s new palette of marigold and butterscotch with hints of garnet make us long to wrap our hands around a warm cup of cocoa and don our favorite cozy socks.

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By Connecticut Food and Farm
Sep 30, 2017 · 7 min read

Read story: Quincey White
Arts & Entertainment
Quincey White

Q: Quincey White! What’s good my brother. We thank you for taking the time to interview with us. This is greatly appreciated. For our readers out there who may be just getting to know you for the first time today, in a nut shell tell us exactly who Quincey White is and where you’re from.

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By So FN Dope Magazine
May 17, 2018 · 6 min read

Read story: Flying Under the Radar
Sports
Flying Under the Radar

Like the on-court action, the history of basketball moves in a blur. To today’s young fans, Michael Jordan is footwear or Bugs Bunny’s intergalactic teammate, not the pseudomortal who defied gravity 82 nights a year. Fans from the era of mood rings and Atari describe Julius Erving as a doctor who performed surgery against opposing forwards in two professional leagues.

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By HOOP
Jun 4, 2018 · 6 min read

Read story: Lost and Found
Society
Lost and Found

Cleveland-bred and Nashville-based singer/ songwriter Anne E. DeChant has the kind of soulstirring voice that is as well-suited to rock and country as it is to emotional ballads. Her new sixsong EP, “Lost in Kentucky,” effortlessly covers all those bases, sometimes even in the same song.

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By PRIZM News
Aug 27, 2018 · 7 min read

Read story: When Disaster Strikes: How Tourism Can Help Countries in Need
Travel
When Disaster Strikes: How Tourism Can Help Countries in Need

As a traveller, it’s hard to know how to react when tragedy hits your holiday destination. What can you do to stay safe and support muchneeded tourism? Meera Dattani looks at Nepal as an example of how travellers can help a country get back on its feet after a disaster.

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By The Explorer by Jacada Travel
Dec 6, 2017 · 3 min read

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