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PALO! “Agua Pa’ Los Santos” • w/ Descemer Bueno & Pedrito Martinez • Musica Cubana Salsa Jazz Funk

“Agua Pa ‘Los Santos” cuenta con los artistas invitados Pedrito Martinez (voz principal, batá); Roman Díaz (poema de oración, batá, chekere) y Descemer Bueno (viz principal). Leslie Cartaya, voz principal; Philbert Armenteros, voz principal, batá; Ed Calle, sax; Raymer Olalde, … Continue reading

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In colonial America, abortion would have been considered a fairly common practice… | npr

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Potatoes: South America’s Gift to the World

Potatoes are a vegetable beloved by all. See how the potato emerged from obscurity into a vital food crop that feeds the world population and came to grace culinary traditions all over the world. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ancientamericas Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AncientAmericas ​ Sources … Continue reading

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🍄🍄🍄 Timelapse by @boomershroomer.v2 | streetartglobe

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Garlic: How Does it Grow? | The Kid Should See This

With a history of human use going back 7,000 years, garlic is a culinary and medicinal mainstay in Asian, European, African, Latin American and North American cultures, and yet many don’t know a lot about this pungent plant. Get ready for … Continue reading

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COVID lessons from Japan: the right messaging empowers citizens | Nature

Hitoshi Oshitani Nature – There’s no perfect solution to suppress the pandemic, but careful study and communication are key. Through six waves of COVID-19 in Japan, the number of cases and deaths per capita has been significantly lower than in … Continue reading

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Festival of Libraries | Manchester City of Literature

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HOW TO BE MERMAID Model: Oleksandra Sukhetska Since I was little, I’ve been obsessed with mermaids. I dreamt of being one. But when I was old enough to read the myths — the Odyssey, for example — I realised that … Continue reading

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Exploring Japan’s Historical Landmarks and Shrines in the Middle of Streets | Spoon & Tamago

MAY 20, 2022 / JOHNNY If you’ve ever driven in Japan you may have come across an unfamiliar scene: a small shrine right in the middle of the road. Sometimes the road curves to one side to avoid the shrine … Continue reading

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Sakura Hanafusa – cat sculpture ‘High Seven’ 2016 

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