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Mary MacInnes has helped hundreds of people cope with the pain of loss through special teddy bears that are made from the clothing of departed loved ones. via
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The Vale Magazine Dec 4
Located in the Shanxi Province in Northern , Salt Lake, nicknamed “China’s ,” has been the focus of numerous wars, territorial disputes, and religious traditions for over 4,000 years. via
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The Vale Magazine Dec 2
Nestled just outside of the city of Da Nang, ’s may be the world’s most unique footbridge. via
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The Vale Magazine Nov 29
The “Big Easy” scene is taking one famous tradition, the “ ,” and giving it a modern twist. via
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The Vale Magazine Nov 27
In the heart of ’s popular neighborhood, Maison Marcel () is bringing the flavors and flair of a traditional to Chicagoans on the go. via
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The Vale Magazine Nov 25
The world changed on August 14, 1945. World War II was finally over after six long years. Alfred Eisenstaedt was in , where citizens and soldiers alike were buzzing with excitement and celebration about the end of the . via
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The Vale Magazine Nov 21
“Fucking Down” , directed by Spanish filmmaker for musician , has an eerie, almost horror-like ambiance and perfectly depicts the struggles of a modern-day upbringing. via
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The Vale Magazine Nov 19
From its miles of sandy beaches to its almost-perfect weather, is the perfect place to enjoy the warm sun. And while the landscape is undeniably beautiful, that’s not all this West Coast paradise has to offer. via
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The Vale Magazine Nov 15
stretches for 2,500 miles from the heart of Chicago to Santa Monica’s iconic pier. Known as the “Mother Road,” it is one of the most popular cross-country road trip routes. via
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The Vale Magazine Nov 13
is known for its beautiful beaches, crystal waters, and dazzling tropical landscapes. The village of , however, practices a not-so tourist-friendly that may come as a surprise to the island’s usual sunseekers. via
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The Vale Magazine Nov 11
The forests of the valley in are surrounded by imposing cliffs and fountains of steaming hot water. It’s a breathtaking contrast to see the steam of the against the starkness of the . via
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The Vale Magazine Nov 8
Set in mythical , the legend of has something for everyone: tales of and , and , and even the of lost . … via
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The Vale Magazine Nov 6
German seamstress Agnes Emma Richter was 51 years old when she was admitted in 1895 to the Hubertusberg Institution near , . via
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The Vale Magazine Nov 4
Born in and raised in , Mohamad Hafez () has a strong tie to the and a desire to show the rest of the world the horrors of the in many Middle Eastern countries. … via
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The Vale Magazine Nov 1
Sitting about 35 miles west of , , the Stockyards (), is a popular that works hard to preserve the of the . via
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The Vale Magazine Oct 30
Lies in the Eye of the Beholder” is not merely a phrase, and duo Ekaterina (Katya) and Elena (Lena) Popovy, better known as “ Sisters,” are living proof of this. via
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The Vale Magazine Oct 28
can be traced back over 2,000 years to a Celtic called “Samhain.” via
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The Vale Magazine Oct 26
From its pristine white buildings to its black sand beaches, in is ablaze with sites that cater to all five senses. Here are some of the top things to see and do in this jewel of the . via
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The Vale Magazine Oct 23
When people think of jack-o’-lanterns, they usually think of bright orange , lit by candles that shine out of cleverly carved faces. It may come as a surprise that the term “jack-o’-lantern” was first used to describe people. via
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The Vale Magazine Oct 21
Activist and artist Cindy Weil founded the Immigrant Yarn Project (@Enactivist), a community public art collaboration, to serve as a beautiful metaphor depicting the collective immigrant experience. … via
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