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The older I’ve gotten, the more I’ve enjoyed cooking. I’ve always been a pretty good cook, but I haven’t always enjoyed it. There’s a ceremony, a ritual to it I embrace now. Besides that, preparing meals appeals to the design and style parts of me. Though I often do it alone, I like to make...
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People often say children aren’t born knowing how to hate; adults teach them. There’s even a Nelson Mandela quote from his book, “Long Walk to Freedom,” where he drones on—no disparage intended—about no one being born hating another person. “People,” he writes, “must learn to hate. And if they can learn to hate, they can...
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Estoy llegando a aceptar que el Verano de la Chica Caliente que estaba esperando podría convertirse en una temporada extendida de auto-aislamiento, o tal vez alguna parodia de La Purga en la que la gente se pelea por los paquetes de papel higiénico, mientras descuida los pasillos de jabón y desinfectantes por completo (como si eso no fuera parte de la razón por la que estamos en...
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When my mother turned 16 in 1985, her mind was focused on two things: escaping Tylertown, Mississippi, a place she had grown to love and hate since moving there from Chicago, and choosing the college that would provide her the space to fulfill her dreams. At school, she walked under the shadows of multicolored walls...
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