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Through Totemic Sculptures and Sound Art, Guadalupe Maravilla Explores the Therapeutic Power of Indigenous Ritual

In 1984, eight-year-old Guadalupe Maravilla left his family and joined a group of other children fleeing their homes in El Salvador. The Central American country was in the midst of a brutal civil war, a profoundly traumatic experience that’s left … Continue reading

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Allusionist: Eclipse+ — The Allusionist

It’s August 2007. Lauren Marks is a 27-year-old actor and a PhD student, spending the month directing a play at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. She’s in a bar, standing onstage, performing a karaoke duet of ‘Total Eclipse of the Heart’… … Continue reading

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Pathways in the Urban Wild – Lucy Jones

Photo by Luis Diaz Devesa via Getty Images Lucy Jones reflects on the healing benefits of an attentive relationship with the living world and the complex barriers to that relationship within urban areas. Five petals in the absolute definition of … Continue reading

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In many parts of the world, children are leading an increasingly sedentary lifestyle, threatening both their short and long-term health. But the Swedish non-profit organization Generation Pep wants to change that – by creating a unique choreographed dance featuring 10.000 … Continue reading

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A Life Interrupted


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Covid-19 impact on Carnival 2021 — Rio the Guide

Sadly it is looking increasingly likely that Rio’s carnival in 2021 will be badly disrupted by the impact of Covid-19, including the famous parade of the top samba schools – scheduled for 14 and 15 February – as preparations require … Continue reading

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Brazil’s President Says He Has Recovered from Covid-19 — DIGI WORLD BLOG

[ad_1] Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro announced that he had tested negative for covid-19 on Saturday.Photo: Andressa Anholete (Getty Images) Infamous coronavirus skeptic Jair Bolsonaro, the president of Brazil, triumphantly declared on Saturday that he had recovered from covid-19, the disease … Continue reading

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Top 10 Macka B Medical Mondays

Top 10 Macka B Medical Mondays Please leave a comment on what’s your favourite Medical Monday so far Don’t forget to subscribe for more Macka B Videos Macka B Brand New T-Shirt Range Available at https://www.mackab.com/store Please leave your comments … Continue reading

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Urban walking can be as beneficial as walking in green spaces — @SamJoeCooley

A study exploring the impact of green vs. urban spaces during a walking group for mental health service users. Urban walking can be as beneficial as walking in green spaces — @SamJoeCooley

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Artists Respond to the Coronavirus Outbreak by Flooding Social Media with a Japanese Yokai Said to Ward Off Epidemics

A Japanese legend dating back to the 1800s has been resurfacing across social media recently because of its tie to staving off epidemics. A three-legged mermaid or merman with long hair and beak, the Amabie falls within the tradition of … Continue reading

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