The Olympics are coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still have some fun. We looked at some of the faces figure skaters made on the ice, and Nic Antaya filmed a snowmobile race wearing a better hat than the Kentucky Derby. Cielito Vivas shoots Chocolate Ballerina Company’s historic all-black cast nutcracker In Philadelphia, The Luupe collects photographers’ thoughts on love on Valentine’s Day. NPR took a look at Tiffany J. Sutton’s gorgeous, award-winning photos of the black women in her life, and Time magazine looked at Arlene Gottfried A tender account of a man’s two decades of battling mental illness.
We didn’t take sides at the Super Bowl last weekend, looking back at the last time the Cincinnati Bengals played (with Ronald Reagan as president) and why hosting the Super Bowl in Los Angeles is an amazing thing. We also examine the situation in Ottawa’s “Freedom Convoy” as Canadians protesting vaccine mandates enter their third week of occupying the Canadian capital.
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