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Gregg Segal’s “Daily Bread” Examines Kids’ Eating Habits

Interview with photographer Gregg Segal about his “Daily Bread” project which examines the diet of kids around the world and the globalization of nutrition. Why the decision to focus on children and what do you think their eating habits say … Continue reading

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Manchester Day 2019

[MSS at 2:40] KTV News Manchester. Manchester Day 2019. Manchester Day is an annual event that celebrates everything great about the city. It is a day for families, residents and visitors to get together and celebrate all things Mancunian that … Continue reading

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Manchester Day Parade 2019

The folks seen briefly at 16:35 onwards, in red and gold colours, and yellow feathers, are us (Manchester School of Samba) taking part in the 10 iteration of Manchester Day‘s Parade yesterday!

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Powerful Portraits of Rescued Farm Animals Who Were Allowed to Grow Old

“It is nothing short of a miracle to be in the presence of a farm animal who has managed to reach old age.” Photographer Isa Leshko is terrified of growing old. After caring for her mother with Alzheimer’s disease, she … Continue reading

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Giant Paint Splash Sculpture by Tomas Misura

With all the serious, high-brow art out there, isn’t it refreshing to see something like this? Artist Tomas Misura created this fun work called Splash for Bondi Beach’s Sculpture by the Sea exhibition in 2010. Misura won the $3,000 kids … Continue reading

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Scientists Have Found Evidence a Strange Group of Quantum Particles Are Basically Immortal

This is scientific sorcery. Nothing lasts forever. Humans, planets, stars, galaxies, maybe even the Universe itself, everything has an expiration date. But things in the quantum realm don’t always follow the rules. Now, scientists have found that quasiparticles in quantum systems could be … Continue reading

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calle de artistes

Kenny Random Source: calle de artistes

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Corner Shops and Cathedrals Get Equal Attention in Zhifang Shi’s Travel Watercolors

Using a combination of watercolor and ink, , Zhifang Shi creates vignettes of the places he encounters in his worldwide travels. The Shanghai-based artist works en plein air, painting atop a portable palette to document storefronts, architectural features, boats, and … Continue reading

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This Instagram Page Showcases Incredible Design Solutions And Their 172k Followers Love It

  There is so much on the internet that can get you down or angry that you have to stop and appreciate the pages that calm your soul. Topdezigners is an Instagram page that reposts gorgeous sleek, modern, and innovative … Continue reading

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Making Vodka From Sheep

Ryan Hartshorn’s family runs a sheep cheesery in Tasmania. But it wasn’t enough for Ryan to simply make cheese. He aspired to make vodka, too, using the whey leftover from the cheese-making process. Vodka? From sheep’s whey? But how? Never … Continue reading

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