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Awards season has officially begun with last night's Golden Globes, and the red carpet looks are proving to be as good as this year's movies. All the nominees, as well as many others of today's favorite stars, went all out for a night of drinking champagne and listening to Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh's wholesome burns.Nearly all of the 100 people in the room (figuratively speaking, and where have you

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The theory of mindfulness has been around for some time now, encouraging lots of us to stay focused on the present moment. Useful in combating mental illnesses like anxiety, depression, or addiction, finding a permanent place for this practice in our lives should be given priority or at least exploration. If you’re looking for some guidance in this field here are some festivals, retreats, and events across the world to

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It’s time for more ambitious family travel goals. The kids are older and they’re ready for more than an overpriced Disney weekend. Maybe it’s time to take them camping. Perhaps you want them to start appreciating art. Or maybe you just want your little ones to be more adventurous. Whether in Broward County or Buenos Aires, there’s a great big world ready to be seen. Follow these family travel resolutions

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Photo: Anton & Irene This post is sponsored by New York City Ballet. Our partners are handpicked by My Modern Met’s team because they represent the best in art and culture. The New York City Ballet has a long, storied history of collaborating with visual artists. From Keith Haring to Julian Schnabel, emerging and established artists have created work inspired by the art of movement. Now in its seventh year, the

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still wishing you were away in a holiday home somewhere other than here busy getting back into it all? yeah, me too — and this fire island home will fit the bill just fine, thank you. i imagine it to be a so cozy in the winter months and i could settle in by that beautiful white brick fireplace quite nicely with a stack of design magazines or a good

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Colorado-based wildlife artist and natural history illustrator Tiffany Miller Russell uses carefully molded paper to express the unique characteristics of her animal subjects. To start the sculptural works, the artist first creates an original drawing. She then she cuts and forms found specialty papers by hand to build a three-dimensional collage atop the underlying illustration. “I delight in the unique and unusual,” she shares with Colossal, “and my goal when

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