Ever heard of “the third place”? Coined by sociology and anthropology professor Ray Oldenburg, it’s the place, “where you relax in public, where you encounter familiar faces and meet new acquaintances.” Essentially, it’s any place that is not our work or home. Since the pandemic began over a year ago, many of us have lost … Continued
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