Guided by Death

Santa Muerte is the saint with the grinning skull face. Her origins are foggy as are many of the origins of many Mexican folk beliefs.

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What’s The Difference?

When people hear Creole and Cajun, they typically think they are the same thing. In today’s common understanding, Cajun are white while Creoles are black

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An AI Future

AI integration is an idea that has been explored for many years in our media. What if it wasn’t just an imaginary sci-fi concept anymore?

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Blind Hate

Since Xi Jinping took power as Chairman of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in 2013, he has aggressively pursued policies that have disenfranchised, endangered, and

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Transcending Borders with Curanderismo

Guadalupe Maravilla’s paintings and sculptures might initially look like a random assortment of loosely associated objects, like anatomical models, animal figurines, indigenous symbols, and modern

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The Incredible Shrimp

What is one of the most beautiful creatures on Earth, both incredibly colorful, and able to perceive five times the range of colors as humans?

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hands peeling a tangerine.

Summer Tangerines

If my mother and I share winter pomegranates, Kevin and I peel summer tangerines. It’s the same act of revealing the consumable fruit beyond the

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Fusions of Tomorrow

The total fusion of technology and the human race might no longer be a question of whether we will fuse with technology, but rather when

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Machine Wave Funk

There are four different kinds of synthesizers and they each have their own unique sounds and qualities. Analog, Digital, Moog, and Modular. Analog These were

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