The Hip-Hop Song That’s Driving Cuba’s Unprecedented Protests

Can Silicon Valley Find God? It Isn’t Just Gossip Girl — TV Has A Major Colorism Problem.

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Investigating food waste, the difference between being stressed and depressed, and the meaning of Richard Branson’s trip to space.

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High School Reunion With Machine Gun Kelly and Wesley Lowery

The singer’s first-ever review was written by his Cleveland high school classmate. Nearly 15 years later, they talk about how Kelly willed himself into stardom—and the Megan Fox GQ poster that adorned his teenage bedroom.

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Long Before Weighted Blankets, There Were Turkish Yorgans

Exploring the weight of a dying craft.

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Brew Master: Five Steps To Making the Perfect Iced Coffee at Home

From choosing the best beans and selecting the right milk to stirring vigorously, here’s all you need to consider for a delicious summer drink.

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The Hip-Hop Song That’s Driving Cuba’s Unprecedented Protests

The song Patria y Vida, or homeland and life, is a spin on the communist regime’s decades-old slogan in Cuba of “patria o muerte” — homeland or death.

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The Haunting Afterlife of Anthony Bourdain

“Roadrunner,” by the Oscar-winning filmmaker Morgan Neville, presents Bourdain as both the hero and the villain of his own story.

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Can Silicon Valley Find God?

Artificial intelligence promises to remake the world. These believers are fighting to make sure thousands of years of text and tradition find a place among the algorithms.

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What Do We Know About Social Attachment and Human Nature?

From cradle to grave, we are soothed and rocked by attachments – our source of joy and pain, and the essence of who we are.

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It Isn’t Just Gossip Girl — TV Has A Major Colorism Problem

The R29Unbothered team tackles one of Hollywood’s most consistent — and frustrating — issues: its constant erasure of dark-skinned Black women and girls.

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Mariah the Scientist Is the Genre-Bending Artist Crafting Her Own Road to Stardom

Mariah the Scientist is only 23, but she’s already cooked up quite an impressive body of work. Her latest album, ‘Ry Ry World,’ shows that Mariah is ready.

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