March 1, 2020
Weekly Newsletter #62: When You Were Young
A monarch caterpillar rests on a leafSource: Monarch Caterpillars | Penelope Peru Photography
YOU SIT THERE IN YOUR, HEARTACHE. WAITIN’ ON SOME BEAUTIFUL BUG TO, TO SAVE YOU FROM YOUR OLD WAYS.
Yeah, it’s almost 4:00 AM and it’s 2020 but we’re still listening to The Killers.
We began this week with the article “Patching Up the Blues with Nicotine,” where we discussed current research on treating depression and ADHD with nicotine patches – despite the risk of patients developing a nicotine dependence.
On Thursday, Explore New Trails taught us about the health benefits of green exercise. Then, we interviewed Kush Art marketing director Jorge Barrera-Galindo to learn more about Vladimir Kush’s latest piece, “In Full Sail.”
On Friday, we shared a “behind the zines” preview of “The Burgundy Zine #14: Healing,” followed by our music spotlight sneak peek on Saturday.
Last, but most certainly not least, Smartvine Wine gave all of us a taste of their vegan, keto-friendly beverage.
Going forward, we’re going to continue working on The Burgundy Zine #14!
We also have some wonderful interviews lined up for the next few weeks, so stay tuned.
In the meantime, head on over to our monthly newsletter for our summary of everything that happened here on The Burgundy Zine in February.
Until next week,
burgundy bug >:^)
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