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How the Spread of the Internet Is Changing Migration
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How the Spread of the Internet Is Changing Migration

The spread of the Internet is shaping migration in profound ways. A McGill-led study of over 150 countries links Internet penetration with migration intentions and behaviours, suggesting that digital connectivity plays a key role in migration decisions and actively supports the migration process. Countries with higher proportions of Internet users tend to have more people...

Arte Y Moda
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Arte Y Moda

November 2019, Londonberry Media, in collaboration with Fábrica de Arte Cubano, hosted Arte Y Moda. The series of shows and exhibits celebrated the ingenuity of Havana’s creative class.  

Gringos and Tequila- Theft or Appreciation, a Review.
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How The Gringos Stole Tequila, a Review

Judge a book by its title and its cover; you’ll infer that the author has something powerful to convey. Book titles can be sensationalistic, and certainly How The Gringos Stole Tequila has a whiff of sensationalism, controversy, and cheekiness at the least. “Gringos”? “Stole”? Even the choice of the word “How” is sure to be...

Sean Connery: ‘Bond, James Bond’, but So Much More
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Sean Connery: ‘Bond, James Bond’, but So Much More

Coverage of the passing of Sir Sean Connery has inevitably been dominated by his legacy as the screen’s first – and best – James Bond. Connery’s “Bond, James Bond” moment near the beginning of Dr. No (1962) is one of the iconic moments of cinema history and has spawned countless imitations and parodies. Perhaps the...

In San Martín De Hidalgo, Beauty Exists Despite a Global Pandemic.
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In San Martín De Hidalgo, Beauty Exists Despite a Global Pandemic.

The town of San Martín de Hidalgo, just 100 Kilometers from Guadalajara, is immersed with colorful architecture, expansive pastures, and wonderful people. On assignment is photographer Alberto Magno, who captures the town in the midst of the Coronavirus Pandemic. Residents of the town still manage to carry out their daily tasks, but while face masks...

Virtual Tourism Could Offer New Opportunities for Travel Industry, Travelers
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Virtual Tourism Could Offer New Opportunities for Travel Industry, Travelers

A new proposal for virtual travel, using advanced mathematical techniques and combining livestream video with existing photos and videos of travel hotspots, could help revitalize an industry that has been devastated by the coronavirus pandemic, according to researchers at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. In a new proposal published in Cell Patterns, Dr....

Commercial Air Travel Is Safer Than Ever
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Commercial Air Travel Is Safer Than Ever

It has never been safer to fly on commercial airlines, according to a new study by an MIT professor that tracks the continued decrease in passenger fatalities around the globe. The study finds that between 2008 and 2017, airline passenger fatalities fell significantly compared to the previous decade, as measured per individual passenger boardings —...

Theater of Operations: The Gulf Wars 1991–2011
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Theater of Operations: The Gulf Wars 1991–2011

MoMA PS1 presents a large-scale group exhibition examining the legacies of American-led military engagement in Iraq beginning with the Gulf War in 1991. Through more than 250 works, Theater of Operations: The Gulf Wars 1991-2011 explores the effects of these wars on artists based in Iraq and its diasporas, as well as those responding to...

Scotland’s Genetic Landscape Echoes Dark Age Populations
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Scotland’s Genetic Landscape Echoes Dark Age Populations

The DNA of Scottish people still contains signs of the country’s ancient kingdoms, with many apparently living in the same areas as their ancestors did more than a millennium ago, a study shows. Experts have constructed Scotland’s first comprehensive genetic map, which reveals that the country is divided into six main clusters of genetically similar...