February 20, 2020

Man Sets Up Dog Walking Group to Encourage Men to Talk About Their Feelings

Pets aren’t just cute companions—they also come with some powerful mental health benefits. A Bristol-based man named Rob Osman struggled with depression and social anxiety in the past, but found that walking his dog Mali, a Hungarian Vizsla, made him feel a whole lot better. So much so that he wanted to share the experience with other men suffering from mental health issues.

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February 19, 2020

Ice Dropped Down a 450-Foot Hole Sounds Just Like a Space Laser Battle

Princeton University researchers are currently in the Antarctic, drilling holes hundreds of feet deep in order to learn more about climate change. The team has been extracting ice cores that are thousands (and even millions) of years old to provide information on Earth’s climate from all that time. While the team is carrying out important research, they’re also making time to have a little fun.

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February 19, 2020

This Immersive Exhibit Lets You Feel Like You’re Walking Inside 19th-Century Paintings

Set inside a former iron foundry in Paris, Atelier des Lumières was recently transformed, yet again. This time, Culturespaces’s digital art exhibition celebrates the work of 19th-century artists with a love of the Mediterranean. From Impressionists such as Renoir and Monet to pointillism masters such as Signac and Cross, visitors can immerse themselves in the vibrant colors of over 500 artworks from 20 artists.

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