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CHAGRIN FALLS, Ohio — Although it is the dead of winter, The West Woods Nature Center will soon be a-buzz, a-flutter and crawling with artful images of real and fanciful creatures.
“What’s the Buzz? Insect & Arachnid Inspired Art Exhibition” opens 10 a.m. Saturday (Feb. 13) and will be on display to the public from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily through April 26.
From the sheer beauty of butterflies, intricate and iridescent dragonfly wings, and dew-covered spiderwebs to powerful grasshoppers and formidable flies and mosquitoes, the works displayed by regional artists will prod you out of your winter hibernation
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I’m back! It’s Jenna Ryu, former Life and Travel intern, now promoted to Life and Wellness fellow.
You may remember me from my last “This is America” takeover, where I tackled the Asian “model minority” myth and shared my experience confronting these microaggressions. (If not, see here.)
But today, I’m here to talk about “Squid Game,” the South Korean Netflix series that everyone can’t stop talking about.
I won’t lie: I was shocked to witness the global obsession with this show. After a year of racial reckoning during the pandemic, I pessimistically assumed people wouldn’t be craving a