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Calling All Contributors – February & March 2020

Calling all contributors! If you’re a writer, artist, photographer, musician, or model interested in having your work featured in “The Burgundy Zine #14: Healing,” you’ve come to the right place.

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We Want YOU to Join Our Team!

The Burgundy Zine is looking for creative, dedicated individuals to join our team. Whether you’re a writer, artist, photographer, or model, our digital magazine has a place for you to showcase your hard work to a global audience.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #58: Marlounsly on the Flavor Behind Berry

Florida-based singer-songwriter Marlounsly has been making waves in her home city of West Palm Beach ever since the release of her first single, “Therapeutic” in 2016.

Now, she’s back and more melodic than ever with her Valentine’s Day single, “Berry,” a fresh R&B track brimming with flavor.

Recently, we spoke to Marlounsly via telephone to learn more about “Berry” and her big plans for 2020.

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Patching Up the Blues with Nicotine

Whether it’s a bandaid over a bullet wound or a patch over an underlying mental health condition, researchers have been studying the effectiveness of treating depression and attention-deficit disorder with nicotine patches.

Which leaves one to wonder which is the lesser of two evils – a dependence on nicotine, a highly addictive substance, or grappling with depression and ADHD?

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Tune-In Tuesdays #57: Cardiac Half on Having Faith in Music

Alt-pop sibling duo Cardiac Half has put both halves of their hearts into their music, a dream they’re working towards turning into a career.

Cardiac Half is led by brothers Drew and Dylan Miller, two passionate, faith-driven musicians who touch their audiences with their honest, compelling, and intriguing lyrics.

Recently, we spoke to Drew and Dylan via telephone to learn more about their background in music, their latest single “Medicine,” and their goals as a band.

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Human Hibernation: The Future of Healing and Space Travel

What do arctic ground squirrels and black bears have in common? They’re both among the many animals that hibernate.

Except, hibernation isn’t just a long nap through the cold, dreary winter months. It’s a highly-regulated form of energy conservation that impacts how the brain and body function, says Kelly Drew, a University of Alaska professor and CEO of Be Cool Pharmaceutics.

So, what can we learn from hibernation and what might happen if we humans were to give it a try?

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