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Monthly Newsletter #6: Jumping Into June

In spite of the heat, we kept it pretty cool here this month on The Burgundy Zine. Of course, we wouldn’t have been able to do it without the help of our talented guest contributors and interviewees.

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Weekly Newsletter #24: Word to Your Father

What’s that? Barbeques, sunscreen, and “wooder ice?” Ah, that’s right. We’re just five days away from summer and 12 days away from the release of The Burgundy Zine’s sixth issue.

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Weekly Newsletter #12: Marching Towards the Third Issue

With just four days left until the release of grow, the third issue of The Burgundy Zine, time certainly keeps marching forward.

We began this week by covering the Saint Patrick’s Day celebration in Chicago and then took a closer look at wellness. Afterwards, we compared the keto and Mediterranean diets, enjoyed 15-percent off Peach Peach, got down and dirty with a few gardening guides, considered opting for beetles over beef, and learned about the Shorter AME Church’s upcoming garden project.

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Weekly Newsletter #11: What the Luck!?

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!

We began this week stepping up on climate change by taking a closer look at the history of one of humanity’s most pressing issues. Then, we tuned-in for a special interview with The Carousers, took a slice out of Pi Day, and bugged out over photography.

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Weekly Newsletter #3: Staying on Schedule

This week, we took a look at the downfall of the department store industry, tuned in for an interview with special guest XtaSeay, and got a glimpse at the woes wildlife of our wild world are facing.

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Weekly Newsletter #2: Taking it Easy

Taking it easy following my endoscopy on Monday, this week introduced the first installment of Tune-In Tuesdays and continued with a second installment of What in the World Wednesdays, as well as a three-week recap of the United States’ partial government shutdown.

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