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Happy 4th of July — Here’s a Free Sticker!

As divided as our nation may feel, we’d like to spread peace, love, and liberation this Fourth of July with a free psychic eagle sticker.

Stick it on your blog! Stick it on your selfies! Print it out and stick it on your face! Go wild.

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Advertise With The Burgundy Zine

We’re eager to announce we’ve recently updated our advertising prices! Starting at just $5, we encourage you to share your products and services with our global community.

The Burgundy Zine offers a diverse array of marketing solutions, from banners on our website to full-page ads in our digital magazine.

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Bug’s Philosophy: Haircuts, Identity, and Validation

As silly and as shallow as it may sound, a rockin’ haircut is more than just a confidence booster; it can validate your identity.

We all know what it’s like to emerge from under a sheen salon cape feeling rejuvenated — or completely crushed. The way 100,000 follicles that sprout from our scalp shape our face wields such overwhelming power over our self-esteem.

And yet, it’s just hair. You can shave it all off and it’ll grow back with the utmost amnesty. The beauty of a great haircut is ephemeral, the heartbreak of a botched cut is fleeting.

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Education Shines Online with Varsity Tutors This Summer

Varsity Tutors makes online learning a breeze with free virtual classes and summer camps for grades K-12. The platform features an enriching array of programs ranging from “The Story of Your Favorite Fairy Tales” to “Coolest Women in History,” and “Java Programming Basics.”

With such a diverse set of resources, it’s no wonder 250,000 students have registered for Varsity Tutors in just the last two months.

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Happy National Clean Beaches Week – Don’t Forget to Wear Your Mask!

Americans nationwide are flocking to beaches in droves as states ease their way into the green phase of the coronavirus pandemic.

While some may feel life is slowly “returning to normal,” other states have just begun to feel the full wrath of COVID-19.

In addition to raising our environmental awareness for National Clean Beaches Week, let’s not forget that we’re still amidst a global pandemic. We encourage you to spread information about making your day trips to the coast as safe as possible.

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