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Futuristic Floating Green City Creates Symbiotic Relationship with Its Environment

10 Stories Proved That Physical Distance Could Never Be the Roadblock of True Love!

After all the ups and downs in your love life and all the misery of not being able to find the one, you have finally met the person who makes you feel like on top of the world and who you can’t imagine spending the rest of your life without. However, there is a catch. A huge one, actually. Measurable by miles. Even though you believe that your love is strong enough, the constant struggle involved in keeping a long distance relationship can at times wear you down, and make you question if it’s all worth it. The constant juggling between different time zones, the endless phone calls, the texting, the Facetiming, the video chats, the worrying, the missing, the waiting, the planning, the travelling… As if keeping a relationship isn’t challenging enough, for long distance couples, everything is so much more complicated. That being said, it is important to know that you are not alone in your struggles and challenges. People have been keeping long distance relationships since forever, even

Not All Books Are Meant to Be Read. Here's How to Pick the Right Ones

As a culture, we have become reverential of books and the written word. This is a great thing. A great book can challenge us, change the way we think, or tell us fantastic stories that stick with us. This is why I write, why I chose to study literature at university. I believe prose is the greatest story telling form we have, and poetry the greatest method of self expression. Yet, are reverence of books is such that many of us see it as a faultless medium, that a bad book will always be superior to a great film or great video game…just because… Well like with everything, there are a lot of bad books out there, books certainly not worth your valuable time. Especially as books, being a long form medium, can take many hours to read, far more than, a film or documentary. It has been estimated that on average people read about 4 books a year [1] , with the more voracious readers, going through about 12. [2] Both of these numbers are surprisingly small. We may only read a few hundred b

In 1978, actor and Academy member Stephen Furst (pictured,...

In 1978, actor and Academy member Stephen Furst (pictured, right) brought us the memorable, lovable character of Flounder in National Lampoon’s Animal House . Thank you for your talent and humor. You will be missed.

The Superb Animated Artwork of Chacalall ( Chacalall Orozco )A... crss

The Superb Animated Artwork of Chacalall ( Chacalall Orozco ) A graphic designer whith mexican blood, raise in Pachuca Hidalgo, born in the big city of Mexico, all  my stuff, my drawings, came from self-exploration, pure expression, and intuition. Tumblr More unique art on Cross Connect Magazine: Twitter || Facebook|| Instagram Posted by Andrew crss

The Superb Animated Artwork of Chacalall ( Chacalall Orozco )A...

The Superb Animated Artwork of Chacalall ( Chacalall Orozco ) A graphic designer whith mexican blood, raise in Pachuca Hidalgo, born in the big city of Mexico, all  my stuff, my drawings, came from self-exploration, pure expression, and intuition. Tumblr More unique art on Cross Connect Magazine: Twitter || Facebook|| Instagram Posted by Andrew

The Oscar-winning Nicole Kidman through the years

The Oscar-winning Nicole Kidman through the years