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Part cartoon, part poem, and part history lesson, Angie Wang’s essay on trying to find that one perfect dish of her youth—that one delicious meal that just feels like home—is a culinary comment on the idea of home, the inadequacies of nostalgia, and the displacement (and rediscovery) of culture.
By his own account, Martin Frost “paints pictures that people can’t see.” A fore-edge painter, Frost constructs hidden worlds between the pages of books, revealed only to those who know where and how to look for them. The idea that such beautiful images could lay unknown to or undiscovered by a masterpiece’s owner is at once heartbreaking and delightful.
Despite continued hostility from governments around the world, study after study has shown CBD to be an efficient treatment for numerous conditions, especially epilepsy. DJ, model, activist, and filmmaker Chelsea Leyland is tackling all sides of the topic in a new documentary called Separating the Strains, the Kickstarter campaign for which launched earlier this week. (Leyland herself was diagnosed with epilepsy as a teen, though she's been seizure-free for over a year since weaning herself off prescribed meds and only using CBD oil for treatment.) She’s an inspiring advocate for the compound, and her film is worth supporting.
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