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Social distancing mandates have been instituted to slow the pandemic’s spread—a necessity that also coincides with a loneliness epidemic.
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Scarcely four minutes into Beyoncé’s self-titled 2013 “visual album,” decades-old archival footage shows the young diva-to-be, fresh from winning a singing contest, tilting her head up toward the mic towering over her. “I would like to thank the judges for picking me; my parents, who I love; I love you, Houston,” she concludes, putting a tiny hand to her mouth and blowing a kiss to the crowd. Over three decades… Read Story
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