March 3, 2019
Weekly Newsletter #9: May the Madness of March Manifest
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Welcome to March and may its madness manifest.
Before embracing the new month, we wrapped up Feb with more guest features, an interview, and by asking ourselves, How Do You Know if You’re in Love?
On Sunday, Simon Holding shared his Passion for Performing with Guinea pigs.
On Monday, Elizabeth Tabler encouraged us to put our inner goat to the test with The “No Thank You” Bite.
On Tuesday, we tuned-in to an interview with Supreme Elijahwon, a local rap artist who shared his experiences with
On Wednesday, we anticipated the summit of President Donald Trump and Supreme Leader of North Korea Kim Jong Un as well as the Michael Cohen hearings. We also went over Green Book‘s controversial win at the 91st Annual Oscar Awards and the startling presence of pesticide in wines and beers.
We also asked ourselves How Do You Know if You’re in Love? on Wednesday.
On Thursday, The Burgundy Zine Issue #2: Fashioning Passions, was released. The 65-page issue discussed romantic passion, creative passion, and featured four guest writers and five interviews.
Going forward, you can expect the third issue of The Burgundy Zine about nature to release on Mar. 28.
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