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Joshua Tree, California

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Since we stumbled upon Mondo Mondo our biggest question is if we can fit their entire ring collection on at once, because each piece is as striking as the other and together it's a thing of beauty. Mondo Mondo's founder, designer Natasha Ghosn's eye for organic forms and surrealist views breathe character into the rings that are handmade here in Los Angeles.

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Obituary writing is more about life than death: the last word, a testament to a human contribution. Yet who gets remembered — and how — inherently involves judgment. To look back at the obituary archives can, therefore, be a stark lesson in how society valued various achievements and achievers. Since 1851, The New York Times has published thousands of obituaries: of heads of state, opera singers, the inventor of Stove Top stuffing and the namer of the Slinky. The vast majority chronicled the lives of men, mostly white ones; even in the last two years, just over one in five of our subjects were female.

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