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Wherein human journalist Dave Hurlow shares several burritos with a band that may (or may not) be from his home planet, and (barely) lives to tell their eon-spanning, intergalactic tale.
http://www.scope-mag.com/2015/08/tupper-ware-remix-partys-epic-quest-to-annihilate-boredom/
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In ethnically-diverse North America, there can be a fine line between a natural melding of cultures and cultural appropriation. But when people accuse one another of appropriating aspects of Indigenous culture in particular, argues Monika Siebert, they’re often missing a more important political point.
http://www.scope-mag.com/2015/04/moving-beyond-accusations-of-cultural-appropriation/
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Jessica Bianchi traces the long evolution of London-based Elephant's floating, ethereal songs — from all-night parties-turned-musical-birthing sessions to strained relationships and equally strained bank accounts
http://www.scope-mag.com/2015/01/inside-the-dream-world-of-the-experimental-elephant/
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The massive architectural heritage of the Soviet era has long been a source of mixed feelings for Moscow’s residents, and much of it has recently been lost to the developer’s shovel. Belatedly, the city has now begun to acknowledge and adapt these daunting, romantic buildings. http://www.scope-mag.com/2014/12/moscows-future-moscows-past-a-reluctant-love-story/
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We tend to assume that once completed, a given structure will last forever. It never does, of course, but planning for the end of buildings remains rare. A new book, Buildings Must Die, sets out to change that.
http://www.scope-mag.com/2014/11/re-imagining-the-demise-of-buildings/
Stephen Cairns and Jane M. Jacobs are posing questions about buildings' lifespans that may make many more traditional architects squirm. The Singapore-based professors of architecture recently published Buildings Must Die, a book that examines what happens when buildings meet their ends, ...
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Moscow-born-New York-based photographer—and international model—Ira Chernova talks with SCOPE about being on both sides of the camera, her attraction to fairy tales, and the importance of shooting in the moment.
http://www.scope-mag.com/2014/03/full-speed/
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Croatian photographer Lidija Ivanek takes viewers to eerie, evocative places with her old-school developing techniques
http://www.scope-mag.com/2015/06/safety-in-loneliness/
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Musician, actor, and animal rights champion Bree Sharp discusses her band’s recent album, the primacy of lyrics, becoming vegan, and life as learning process
http://www.scope-mag.com/2015/02/five-year-plan/
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Jamil Jivani is fighting racial profiling by police in a new way. Mediated discussions about ill treatment, he tells SCOPE, could well be the key to rewiring the system and avoiding large-scale injustice
http://www.scope-mag.com/2015/02/mending-rifts-between-police-and-communities-of-colour/
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A modern consensus has all but consigned free will to the graveyard of outmoded ideas. But one philosopher isn’t so sure.
http://www.scope-mag.com/2014/11/too-early-to-tell/
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We see selfies every day, but rarely do we study the people in the midst of taking those selfies. Luisa Dörr and Navin Kala show us precisely that -- and in doing so, warm our hearts.
http://www.scope-mag.com/2014/08/glimpse-luisa-dorr-and-navin-kala/
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Industrial-scale agriculture has placed small farmers and environments at risk not just in the United States but across the developing world, warns Eric Holt-Giménez of the “think-and-do-tank” Food First. Fixing this isn’t a matter of top-down reform — but of generating sustained pressure from below.
http://www.scope-mag.com/2014/02/reforms-not-reformers/
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