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We’ve all been caught by manifestations in France: from April 3 to June 28, the French national rail system will be on a rolling strike for two days out of the week. This tradition of protest and debate has been around for years. However, in the age of technology, the stage for social engagement in France has extended past the streets and into the realm of art and culture.
By The Peacock Magazine
Apr 27, 2018 · 5 min read
What does photography mean to you? Photography for me is a way of seeing. It allows me to compose a moment and freeze it.
By B Louder Magazine
Sep 10, 2018 · 6 min read
Copper chambers of distilling machines bubble up gallons of White Lightning and One-Hundred Percent Moonshine. These concoctions will soon fill unwieldy aging barrels made of American white oak, embossed with the words Last Shot Distillery.
By Baked Magazine
Dec 5, 2015 · 3 min read
It’s 2018: a year when simply talking about change won’t help the imminent environmental crisis we’re in. It’s now about taking steps to educate oneself and act consciously and sustainably in every aspect of one’s daily life. Fashion is no exception. One of the recent major trends is “sustainable fashion.” Sustainable fashion is designed with the main goal of using a process to produce clothes that supports the positive human impact on the environment.
By The Peacock Magazine
Apr 27, 2018 · 7 min read
GF, DF, VG, V, RSF
By THRIVE. ORIGIN + MANTRA Magazines
Aug 11, 2018 · 3 min read
Beyond the UAE’s record-breaking attractions lies a rich heritage waiting to be explored. Whether you’re looking for a local perspective on life in the emirates or you’d like to journey back in time to gain an insight into the nation’s past, there’s a wealth of cultural experiences to enjoy.
By npimedia fz llc
Sep 3, 2018 · 5 min read
Drew and I are shouldering heavy bags of sawdust for the dry composting toilets as we hike the muddy trail into Cochamó Valley. Drew stops suddenly. “Shoot,” he says to me. “I almost forgot—there’s a message for you in the Refugio.” An hour later, I’m back at Refugio Cochamó, a rustic guesthouse deep in the forest, squinting over a dusty computer screen, hopped up on maté, tapping impatiently as my email loads at dial-up speed. Finally, the satellite and modem connect long enough to confirm what I’d suspected: I’ve been invited to write about the threats facing Cochamó for a Patagonia catalog. On the one hand, I’m elated. Cochamó needs defenders. On the other, the idea of saying anything at all about Cochamó scares me. It’s a paradox that plagues all environmental movements at their hearts: How do you protect a place without blowing it up and ultimately ruining it?
By Patagonia - The Cleanest Line
Sep 25, 2018 · 4 min read
Q: Mr. PJ Morton, we want to first thank you for interviewing with So FN Dope Magazine. We are definitely glad to have you. How are you doing?
By So FN Dope Magazine
May 17, 2018 · 15 min read
The luxury of making a difference began early for Joyce Clear. The daughter of a Naval commander whose love of sea, duty to country and respect for both are an integral part of her own DNA, she grew up with the wind at her back, the sea at her feet and her prospects for healthy living wide open as she spent summers yachting off Montauk, Long Island, with her family. The ocean was her playground, nature her mentor. Her days were filled with the kind of National Geographic moments she watched on TV every Sunday with her parents during rare moments indoors. As a child, she reveled in the wonder and beauty of the oceans that have sustained life since the beginning of time. She still does.
By VENÜ MAGAZINE
Jun 29, 2018 · 8 min read