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With its film Coco, Pixar opens up the world of pre-colonial Mexican belief in the Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead).  Miguel, the main character, longs to be a musician, yet music is prohibited in his family since the day his great-great-grandfather abandoned the family for the sake of his music. On the Day
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—“When the gong sounds, get the hell out of there. You’re neither of you up to the blood bath at the Cornucopia. Just clear out, put as much distance as you can between yourselves and the others, and find a source of water,” he says. “Got it?”—“And after that?” I ask.—“Stay alive,” says Haymitch The
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Continuing our thoughts on beauty in art and in nature, I’d like to share with you a second parable: A father had two sons, both about five or six years old.  One day he decided to buy them a gift and got each of them a pack of clean, crispy-white construction paper and a box