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Interview with author of The War Stories Chronicles: Addictarium Nicole D’Settēmi on overcoming addiction & mental illness

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The War Stories Chronicles is a compilation of memoirs, journals, poetry books and other creative pieces that share my story of over-coming addiction and mental illness.

Visionary Award Winner, Nicole D’Settemi is a bestselling Amazon author who resides in Hudson Valley, New York with her long-time partner and fellow artist, Miguel.

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French illustrator artist Clémentine Campardou (AKA Blule) creates Prince approved art

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Clémentine Campardou aka Blule is a Paris-born illustrator. After working in the corporate world for brands like L’Oreal and Fila, the current Sydney, Australia resident decided that she missed painting. The wife and mother of two has made quite a name for herself with her watercolor art and has even earned a following among comic book enthusiasts for her sophisticated superhero originals.

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A Private View: Exclusive Interview with Prince’s Personal Photographer Afshin Shahidi

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Prince walks outside during the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame rehearsals. Photo by Afshin Shahidi.

Prince: A Private View takes you behind the lens on an intimate trip through the extraordinary life of the legendary musician through never-before-seen photos and personal recollections.

Iranian born photographer and filmmaker Afshin Shahidi first met Prince in 1993. After working as his cinematographer on numerous video projects he was invited to document his 2002 One Night Alone Tour, and would become Prince’s personal photographer for a decade.

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Photographer Penny De Los Santos photographs culture through the lens of food: Watch Out World

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Watch Out World is our video project collaboration with Alexander Watch that examines artists and their relationship to the concept of time. The series dives into the lives of various creative professionals in their respective industries and explores how they manage their time with busy schedules.

Penny De La Santonos’s background no doubt inspired curiosity about culture.

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Why They Stay lifts curtain on political power couples

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Why They Stay Book

Why They Stay: Sex Scandals, Deals, and Hidden Agendas of Nine Political Wives is a nonfiction book that examines the psychology of why wives stay with their politician husbands after cheating scandals. It is a topic that has baffled many American citizens and political enthusiasts for decades. Author Anne Michaud profiled nine wives, including the ones that first come to mind including Hillary and Bill Clinton, Jackie and JFK, Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt, Silda Spitzer and many others.

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A Clinician’s Journey from Complex Trauma to Thriving is about recovery from traumatic abuse

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A Clinician's Journey from Complex Trauma to Thriving

A Clinician’s Journey from Complex Trauma to Thriving by Rev. Sheri Heller, LCSW is an anthology of articles written for survivors and clinicians. This collection was inspired by Rev. Heller’s personal struggle with recovering from complex PTSD rooted in systemic and generational child abuse, and her commitment to devoting her life to helping others similarly afflicted.

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What Time Is It? celebrates 35th anniversary

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What Time Is It

What Time Is It? was the sophomore album by one of the greatest funk bands ever, The Time. During this time, Prince was unstoppable as a producer and songwriter. In between tours in 1981, Prince not wrote, recorded and produced The Time’s sophomore album What Time Is It and Vanity 6’s album, but also created his own masterpiece 1999.

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French duo Les Twins win NBC’s World of Dance

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WORLD OF DANCE: "World Final" Pictured: (l-r) Les Twins, Jennifer Lopez, Derek Hough, Ne-Yo (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)

Les Twins, the wildly talented twin brothers who made their way from performing on the streets of Paris to sharing a stage with BeyonceJay-Z and Missy Elliot, have been crowned the best dancers in the world and the first champions of NBC’s “World of Dance,” summer’s #1 new entertainment series.

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Madson is a the debut novel by Darien Kade

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Set in modern day Los Angeles, this provocative, unapologetic novel is a raw, powerful portrait of Robert Madson; a young, alluring billionaire trapped in a liberal, celebrity-obsessed world shaped by casual nihilism, vanity and conformity. Blessed with leading man looks and a vast fortune, Madson is an industry unto himself, living a dream life of limitless privilege.

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