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January 22, 2018

Japanese Movie Theater Keeps Patrons Warm and Toasty With Heated ‘Kotatsu’ Tables

Sometimes, during exceptionally cold winter weekends, nothing sounds better than watching a film while curled up at home. But what if you could experience the cozy warmth of your bed while sitting in the cinema? Well, in one innovative Japanese movie theater, you can! At Let's Cine Park in Tokorozawa, Japan, select seats are equipped with kotatsu, tables ingeniously outfitted with personal heaters.

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January 22, 2018

25+ of the Most Creative Protest Signs From the 2018 Women’s March

From Hear Our Voices rally in St Paul. #WomensMarch2018 pic.twitter.com/mPHq3pjdej — Teri Mach Ryan (@tweeteritweet) January 21, 2018 One year ago, over five million of people from around the world took to the streets as part of the history-making Women's March. The protest was against the newly-inaugurated Trump administration and all it stood for, and it helped ignite a spark for change in 2017. The anniversary of this event did not pass quietly.

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January 22, 2018

15+ Art Classes Online to Spark Your Imagination This Week

Our lives are busier than ever, but it's important that, among the hustle and bustle of everyday life, we still take time for ourselves. Learning a new skill is a great way to foster a lifelong relationship with education that will enrich your life and ultimately boost your happiness. Online creative classes will help you in your quest for creativity. Sites like Skillshare, CreativeLive, and Craftsy all offer on-demand e-learning in photography, art, design, and entrepreneurship.

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January 20, 2018

Artist Creates Visual Diary with Daily Miniature Paintings on Used Tea Bags

At the beginning of 2015, New York-based artist Ruby Silvious embarked on a new project called 363 Days of Tea, a visual diary of miniature paintings and collages on used, emptied-out tea bags. While many discard their used tea bags, Silvious celebrates the popular, daily tea-drinking ritual by recycling them for use as mini canvases. Three years later, the artist continues to create her daily paintings, illustrating her day-to-day life.

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