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Evil Eye: The History and Cultural Significance

A piercing blue gaze meets yours from the beads of a bracelet, pendant of a necklace, or key chain danging from a waist.

This symbol, the “evil eye,” can be traced back to 5,000-year-old Mesopotamian tablets and continues to prevail in modern fashion, according to a 2017 Indian Journal of Scientific Research study.

Today, many cultures still use it as a form of protection from envy – why? How did a blue eye translate into a protective symbol against a timeless, universal superstition about envy?

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Tune-In Tuesdays #44: VISTA On Rising From “The Ruins”

VISTA, the sound-shattering alt-rock duo with contagious, electric energy, struck their audience like a bolt of lightning with the release of “The Ruins,” the first installment of their upcoming EP trilogy.

Prior to “The Ruins” release, we reached out to lead vocalist Hope Vista and guitarist Greg Almeida to learn more about “The Ruins,” the EP trilogy, and their YouTube documentary.

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Springz Knocking by Mahik’s

Mahik’s delights us with a beautiful poem about spring, giving us something to look forward to in the winter months ahead.

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Cannabis Convention For Entrepreneurs Heading Towards New Jersey

Cutting through the smoke and mirrors of schwag-speakers at traditional business conventions, the Real Cannabis Entrepreneur Conference 2019 is here to deliver genuine information about beginning a cannabis brand on Nov. 15 through 16 in Newark, N.J.

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