Exclusive Interviews

Brian Finney’s detective novel Money Matters explores the dark underside of Los Angeles

Born in London, Brian Finney is English Professor Emeritus at California State University. He is married to fine art photographer J.K. Lavin and lives in Venice, California. He has published eight books including a biography of writer Christopher Isherwood, winner of the prestigious James Tait Black Memorial Book Prize.

“It is never too late to learn something new.”

Spiritual and Personal Growth with Alisa Gracheva

Alisa Gracheva has transformed her life into a mission of helping others as a spiritual and life coach. She utilizes her education, experience and skills to support others holistically to achieve their goals in all areas of life including career, health, relationships, personal happiness and overall wellness. She guides people to become the master of their life and destiny.

Bokyung Byun​
Bokyung Byun​ is pushing boundaries as a female guitarist

Bokyung Byun​ (25) is a classical guitarist who enjoys a reputation as one of the most sought-after guitarists of her generation. Born in Seoul, Korea, Bokyung began playing guitar at the age of six. At eleven, she took the stage for her first solo recital, leading to an early start in her teen years performing numerous concert tours around Korea, to enthusiastic response, including millions of views on YouTube.

Fashion model Ria Serebryakova is staying true to herself

Ria Serebryakova began modeling in 2013 in her homeland of Russia and was quickly scouted by a modelling agency at the age of eighteen. A year later she received her big break walking the runway for Italian brand Miu Miu at Paris Fashion Week. In 2014, Ria made the move to New York and has been making waves in the fashion world ever since.

ScrapRight empowers the recycling industry to save the environment

The recycling industry is one of the most innovative industries in the world. Those who want to participate successfully must be able to react flexibly to the industry’s dynamics and constant changes. While they are in an ever changing business, ScrapRight is a software company that is determined not to change what once made companies great, and that is customer relations.

Christine Reidhead is a humanitarian making a difference

Christine Reidhead is an academic, author & humanitarian making a difference in Africa, Mexico & the US. Growing up in the supportive community of Benson, Arizona is where Christine learned the importance of hard work and dedication. As the youngest of five children it has always been her lifelong purpose to help others, especially children.

Debut Novelist Jeremy Bradley-Silverio Donato is charting new territory

I wanted to write about what it’s like to be diagnosed with and live with HIV, but I didn’t want that to be the central theme, but rather one part of the complexity of the characters’ lives.

Jeremy C Bradley-Silverio Donato is a man who exemplifies what it means to reinvent yourself.

myScoop
Can the revolutionary vlogging app myScoop become a game changer in citizen journalism?

myScoop app (available for iOS and Android) empowers anyone with a smartphone to sell their original photos and videos to a paying audience. All user-generated content is automatically verified per time and location and watermarked to maintain users’ copyrights. Content seekers can post camera missions on myScoop maps to grab location-based photos and videos with much more innovative features on-board.

Julian Jewel’s artificial intelligence humanization: An AI’s perspective of the universe

Robots take over the world and it’s the end of humanity. We’ve seen this tired trope in tons of sci-fi concepts. But what happens when a robot becomes the image of hope?

Julian Jewel is a technological evangelist who uses media and the idea of a robot as a mascot for awareness towards environmental, psychological and wildlife preservation.