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Siona Benjamin’s Beautiful Blue World

Lassi with Lavina/The Indian SCENE Siona Benjamin’s people are not black or white or brown – they are a vivid turquoise blue; the color of the sky, the ocean and of Lord Krishna. Her art world is suffused in blue which infiltrated her consciousness in India. You can leave a country but can a country

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15-year-old Aanya Patel Aims to Eliminate Period Poverty

Aanya Patel is just like any other high school sophomore. She is a member of her school band, is part of the volleyball team and loves arts and crafts. Unlike most other high schoolers, however, this 15-year-old from Tampa, Florida, is on a mission. She’s looking to fix ‘period poverty’. Period poverty refers to the

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Corks vs Screw Cap: Should you judge a wine by its closure?

One of the most frequently asked questions is whether a cork is better than a screw cap? Many ask if screw caps are just for cheap wines? These are very valid questions as corks have been the historical preference since the 1400’s. One is not better, and screw caps are certainly not just for cheap

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After leaving Michigan, Tribalfare boutique owner plots her next steps

Ojas Akolkar, 46, the entrepreneur behind Tribalfare has moved a lot. Her husband’s work has taken her all over the country, and globe — from Michigan to Florida, China to Mexico. But that hasn’t stopped her from pursuing her dream, curating a different kind of artisanal shopping experience. In fact, every time she has moved

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