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‘Animal Crossing’ Is the Religion We Need Right Now

The game provides players a sense of daily routine and gives them an open world to wander — a luxury that’s sorely lacking from our lives

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AAfter Rachel Smith started showing symptoms of Covid-19, she had to leave her retail job. She then found herself stuck at home, quarantined with her…

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Cathren Killedjian

Cathren Killedjian

I’m an Armenian American journalist based in Los Angeles, I write about food, culture & people. cathrennkilledjian.contently.com

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