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Sticking the Landing of the Pandemic in Taiwan

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Moving past COVID-zero into a safer future.

From Popula
On May 25, 2022
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Weather Review: New York City, April 10, 2022

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A rip of blue in the clouds

From Hmm Weekly
On May 25, 2022
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CAFECITO

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I think of my abuelita's stories. These tales often began with a declaration that she’d been born four months after the Titanic set sail. With a laugh, she’d swirl her ever present cup of coffee and add that the ship sank five days later. Meanwhile, she persevered. She said that it was coffee that kept her going.

From Tasteful Rude
On May 24, 2022
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A Nigerian Poet’s Dangerous Amorous Episodes

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In the traditions that established earlier voices in modern Africa poetry, sociopolitical maladies have remained an arch theme. In the words of Omafune Onoge, what rocks African poetry most is the crisis of consciousness.

From No Man Is an Island
On May 24, 2022
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Dead Souls, Brooklyn Edition

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A jam-packed episode for another jam-packed week of New York news, with Yoav Gonen of The City and Chris Sommerfeldt of the Daily News talking about all the candidates in Brooklyn who didn’t even know they were on the ballot (including one candidate who isn’t even alive), a dispatch from Alex Brook Lynn in Paris about sending formula across the Atlantic to frantic N.Y. moms, and Caroline Lewis of WNYC and Gothamist explaining what’s happening with the state’s rollout of legal weed and with the people who did (and still are) illegally selling it here.

From FAQ NYC
On May 18, 2022
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Ethnography in the Club

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A Review of Dance Music Spaces

From No Man Is an Island
On May 18, 2022
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Election Denial Is Not a Problem for Bipartisan Caucus

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One in five GOP members of the bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus voted to support legal challenges to the 2020 election results.

From Sludge
On May 19, 2022
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Behold!! a New Look for the Brick House

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Behold!!

From The Brick House Cooperative
On May 18, 2022
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The Sun Also Sets, in Luxor

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Conserving Wonder and Power in Egypt

From Popula
On May 17, 2022
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NEIGHBORHOOD REPORT

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Something in the air.

From Awry
On May 17, 2022
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Aníkúlápò – A Short Story

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Ìyá Àgbà Every ẹsẹ of Odù, every word of ìwúre, every atom of àfọ̀ṣẹ that would make this day had been wept for, sweated over and bled on by Ìyá Àgbà. Patience had never been her thing, she wanted all her things done now!

From Olongo Africa
On May 16, 2022
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Seven

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Before the Russian officers drove my grandparents out of their house at the end of the war, the German Nazis had driven them out of the house at the start of it.

From Popula
On May 12, 2022
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MELODRAMA-RAMA: WHERE DO I BEGIN?

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Katharine Coldiron's new column Melodrama-Rama takes readers on a beguiling tour of the world of melodrama.

From Tasteful Rude
On May 12, 2022
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