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From travel adventures to heartbreaking loss

in Glocal/Philosophies
Aaron and his parents, Craig and Becky. (Photo: Michael Anderson)

A whirlwind year ripped Becky and Craig Markovitz away from “dreaming up travel adventures” in Leipzig to encountering the deepest love and loss back in the US – that of their child. Now, as a tribute to their son, they’re turning their tragedy and grief into a place where other children can dream up their own adventures.

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Feline and Strange: love and “Your Life”

in Dating/Music
Feline and Strange, Your life video still, videographer: Keren Chernizon
Feline and Strange, Your life video still, videographer: Keren Chernizon

Dating in our modern world is complicated. “And they lived happily ever after” is not as easy as the fairy tales told us.

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About a boy (who “hates” his mother)

in Opinion/Society
Public domain photo

Often we don’t realize that the people we are closest to are the ones we tend to hurt the most.

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No more racists: is that like whistling in the wind?

in Arts/Opinion
Chicago resident Emmett Till was visiting his grandparents in Mississippi when he was the victim of a racist murder.

Emmett Til, the face that launched the Civil Rights Movement.

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#Haiku of the day (April 23)

in Arts/Philosophies
Poetry and prose

“Babies”

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#Haiku of the day (March 24)

in Arts/Philosophies
Public domain image

Mothers – They copyright love/ Give us glasses to see life/ Limit or let shine

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