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Lee Rainie sits down with BTRtoday to discuss the impact that our increasingly connected lives has on both the individual and our…
To suppress the outbreak, economically impoverished communities require access to basic infrastructure like clean, running water,…
Larger companies are co-opting the word “maple” and using it to sell products which do not contain the natural ingredient…
Developed in a lab in 1981, W-18 is a super-powered opioid unlike any encountered before.
Is name judgment contributing to racial and ethnic bias? BTRtoday speaks with experts to explore the issue.
Essential oils have been praised for thousands of years for their various healing properties. BTRtoday takes a closer look at…
Luna Rose is a band that you just are really going to want to hang out with. A trio recently turned four piece, they play sweet…
Bushwick's Sugarlift is creating a community friendly art space that offers events and access to affordable art.
On cocaine-fueled adventures in Miami and songwriting in the beautiful isolation of Upstate New York.
Despite its widespread prevalence, youth sports specialization has been found to hamper children’s athletic development, both…
Women are taught to be the caretakers of creators, not creators themselves. Changing the status quo means changing what we expect…
What's a beach without some creeps? Say hello to the band Beech Creeps! A band consisting of some of the most creative and expert…
BTR explores why unrequited love is a real nightmare, and how to wake up.