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Global Love

Global Love

| February 11, 2017

Words by MOUSTACHE THE Feast of Saint Valentine otherwise known as Valentine’s Day is celebrated around the globe by many couples and daring singles ready to make an everlasting impact. It is a Hallmark celebration of unity and love, but for others it is just another day gone by. Beginning in the 14th Century, and […]

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Momember This?: Canned Happiness Now On Sale

Momember This?: Canned Happiness Now On Sale

| January 4, 2015

Words by John Warwick LIFE is materialistic. As Madonna once (probably more than once) said, “we are living in a material world, and I am a material girl.” We have this urgent desire to satisfy our needs through materialistic objects. However, there are some things that can’t be bought because they are immaterial. Well, until […]

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It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christ-iania

It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christ-iania

| December 23, 2014

Words by Danny Saba THERE’S a district in Copenhagen that has all the elements of Amsterdam’s red light district, minus the negatives and plus a whole lot of positives. Let me explain; for those who have been to Amsterdam’s Red Light District, while it is obviously worthwhile visiting, it can be overcrowded with tourists. For […]

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