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In honor of the 100th anniversary of the passing of the 19th Amendment, which guaranteed women's right to vote in the U.S., we look at other impressive female advancements over the past 100 years.
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Every country has its own traditions and take on self-care. In Finland, it involves steamy saunas and icy dips; in Tibet, sound vibrations are believed to heal and harmonize the body; and in the United States, floating in darkened soundproof pods to chill out is enjoying a renaissance.
British eco-artist Jason deCaires Taylor creates eerie undersea worlds that blend sculpture and marine life, creating havens for coral to regenerate and new ecosystems to thrive.
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Though Jamaican artists have been pigeon-holed or marginalized, they're finally taking off stateside. Meet Koffee, the first female artist to take home the Grammy for best reggae album—at 19 years old.
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Since 1850, Domaine Laroche has been upholding the traditions of Chardonnay winemaking that were first established back when the abbots of St Martin de Tours first settled in the French region of Chablis more than 1,000 years ago.
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While many of the famed dynastic families of the world have died out or been replaced by democracies, there are still a handful still ruling the roost.
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