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That Start-up Life: An Interview with MISFIT Juicery

“In the particular lies the universal.”- James Joyce. We sat down with Ann Yang and Phil Wong of Washington D.C.'s MISFIT Juicery to talk about passion, purpose, and process. Ann and her business partner Phil  shared their aspiration for...
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Billions of Images

Lyrics evoke memories, reflection, and images. When you hear a line, you think “of that time,” feel a particular way, or a picture forms in your mind. Music and memory are linked in our brain; music helps us recall things and can help surface...
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All Those Wasted Hours

Remember high school? The now-outdated hair styles, crispy 90s bangs or garish Y2K highlights, strolling through the hallways, flanked by boys in pleated khakis. The ring of the bell and slam of lockers. That constant confusion that seemed to hang...
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Sit With Me

“What I liked was chunks of time all together, every real moment… I only wanted to find great people and let them be themselves… and I’d film them for a certain length of time and that would be the movie.” — Andy...
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Give Me Fiction

Small and fat with a tiny, bendable key that unlocked your thoughts, a bright fabric-covered lined notebook, or a more grown-up black Moleskine with its heavy vanilla pages: I think at one point everyone has kept a diary. Or at least started one. I...
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Inside Out

There are lots of yous inside of you that no one will ever see. Layers of self between the frosting of experiences and thoughts, all covered with a pretty, flawless ganache. You’re not batter, sugar, eggs, you are instead just a simple...
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Behind the Curtain

Behind the Curtain, the theme of the first edition of seesearch, is inspired by the classic scene in the Wizard of Oz, where in the midst of the Wizard’s imposing, booming voice, Toto sneaks away from the group, pulls back the curtain, and...
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Wipe That Self Off Your Face

The face of the city: a façade is the exterior element of a building, often ornamental, that defines its aesthetic character. The importance of the façade increases with density. In an urban setting, often the façade of the building is all...
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Sacrificial Salt

Oysters purify the sea, filtering gallons and gallons or water through their small, slinky, sacrificial systems. When oysters are full of toxins, it’s because they have filtered these poisons out of the water, purifying the oceanby absorbing...
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Sweet and Savory, for the Season

Clinging to the final bright days of fall, but sensing the encroaching darkness of each day, our routines change. Our minds long for the sweet warmth of summer, but our bodies crave dishes that are deeply comforting. Bright salads turn into...
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