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Sunday Reads for October 9, 2022

Brown noise is not for everyone, but it is for me. I can’t sleep without it, so I was curious about its healing power. Also, who buys $280 skin cream?! (Apparently, Leo … at least 20 jars.) The story of “The Cream” is an example of "brain-melting marketing.” Speaking of savvy brands, I applaud Sun-Maid for embracing the raisin’s lowly status on Halloween. To close is a list of longreads about the allure of the rave: because when I’m not on the dance floor, I want to be reading about it.

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Sunday Reads for October 9, 2022
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    ‘It feels like fresh air to my ears’: can brown noise really help you concentrate?

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    The Guardian - Emma Beddington

    Some people use it to improve their focus while others use it to drop off to sleep. The writer Zadie Smith says she listens to it day and night. But what is brown noise? And does it work? There’s a new buzz on TikTok – well, not a buzz exactly. It’s more of a hum, maybe waves crashing, a purring fan …

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    Allure - Brennan Kilbane

    Most Popular Where Bader Began Professor Bader was born in the farmlands outside of Munich and attended boarding school at a Benedictine monastery. His first love was the French horn. But when his musical talents fell short of a professional career, he decided to pursue his second love: human biology. …

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