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Weekly Newsletter #3: Staying on Schedule

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By: burgundy bug

Birds migrating at Sunset

Source: Birds of a Feather | Penelope Peru Photography P³

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.

Weekly Recap

On Monday, creators were invited to submit content for the first and second issue of The Burgundy Zine. The first issue is scheduled for release on Jan. 28. Although it is coming to completion, last minute submissions are still welcomed.

The Burgundy Zine is still accepting content for the February issue revolving around the theme of both creative as well as romantic passions.

As always, everyone is more than welcome to submit or pitch content for the blog, as well.

If you are interested in advertising in an upcoming issue or on The Burgundy Zine website, please refer to the page for advertisers.

Shortly afterwards, an in-depth analysis of the department store industry and why it’s floundering in contemporary America was released.

Read The Downfall of Department Stores on The Burgundy Zine!

On Tuesday, we tuned in for an interview with the chill-hop rap artist and music producer XtaSeay in celebration his single Chipped Tea Cups which became available across major streaming platforms such as Apple Music, Spotify, and iHeartRadio, to name a few, on Jan. 11.

On Wednesday, we covered what in the world is going on with all this Russia business as well as the Brexit. We also glanced over the egg that cracked social media world records, Alica Keys’ exciting announcement, wildlife officials killing seals in Oregon, as well as the new Pegan diet.

Going Forward

Going forward, expect The Burgundy Zine to stay on schedule with another Tune-In Tuesdays and What in The World Wednesdays. You can also expect a one-month recap of the partial U.S. government shutdown, among other content.

Interested in having content featured in an upcoming blog post or issue of The Burgundy Zine? Head on over to the submissions page!

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A cynical optimist and mad scientist undercover, burgundy bug is the editor, graphic designer, webmaster, social media manager, and primary photographer for The Burgundy Zine. Entangled in a web of curiosity, burgundy bug’s work embodies a wide variety of topics including: neuroscience, psychology, ecology, biology, cannabis, reviews, fashion, entertainment, and politics. You can learn more about working with burgundy bug by visiting her portfolio website: burgundybug.com

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