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Send to KindleTweet The principles of Ayurvedic medicine are gaining popularity in the United States every year, with commonly used herbs popping up everywhere from supplements to skincare. Here, we begin the first of a three-part series on cure-all ingredients most commonly found in India. From rural lands in Indian states to New York City, [...]
Send to KindleTweet Spotted: The Center, West Village Name: Eric Age: 25 Hometown: Washington D.C./Baltimore Current ‘hood: Manhattan First language: English Other languages: N/A Job: Recording Artist –pop/alternative. Ethnicity: Mixed race. My father is black and Syrian and my mother is black and Native American. Religion: I chant, Buddhism. Favorite Nut: Almond On Your iPod Now: [...]
Send to KindleTweet The mystical group of emu products dates back to the aborigines, the native Australian counterparts to America’s Native American group. The difference between the two native groups is the climate both were forced to survive in. While the Native Americans were privy to areas with four seasons, most aborigines were forced to [...]
Send to KindleTweet Three spas in small East Coast states are building brand power by creating tailored offerings and their own skincare collections. Our favorite comes from a historic spot; enter Virginia’s The Spa of Colonial Williamsburg. The 20,000-square-foot spa is focused on wellness and offers treatments influenced by global cultures, from African healing treatments [...]
Send to KindleTweet She/He Spotted: Fort Greene, Brooklyn Name: Lyani///Nasan Age: 28//29 Hometown: Germany, Puerto Rico, Alabama, Atlanta & NYC/// Kingston, Jamaica Current ‘hood: Brooklyn//Brooklyn First language: English//English Other languages: Spanish//Patua Job: Set designer for film and print //hip-hop artist Ethnicity: Native American/African American/Puerto Rican/Rainforest tribe ////Jamaican American Religion: “I’m in between religions.” // Baha’i [...]
Send to KindleTweet Spotted: SONYA Gallery, Clinton Hill, Brooklyn Name: Malik Age: 39 Hometown: Brooklyn Current ‘hood: Brooklyn First language: English Other languages: I used to speak a bit of Swahili Job: Artist, photographer Ethnicity: African American (Guinea, Madagascar), Native American (Blackfoot, Apache, Cherokee, Choctaw, among other tribes) Religion: None Favorite Condiment: Apricot preserve Favorite Nut: [...]
Send to KindleTweet In times of war and economic crises, the arts can be one of the best ways to unite people. Leave the common enemy theme behind; World Music Network’s efforts to showcase global beats is a superior means to uniting the international community. Established in 1994 by Phil Stanton and his wife Sandra [...]