Interview with Jazz Songstress Natalie Jean

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Natalie Jean is a dynamic artist who grew up loving music. She enjoyed singing with her famous Haitian father Guy R. Jean, and her love for music further blossomed when she began to write her own poetry. Natalie takes inspiration from her daily life and hopes to touch the lives of others through her music.

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Breakaway Daily Interview with Fashion Designer Simon Cobb

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Simon Cobb talks Three Dreams, the sacrifices of hard work and what else he has in store for us.

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The name Simon Cobb needs no introduction in the online fashion world. From his hugely popular menswear store Menswear Exchange to the invention of his clothing line Stock Exchange. Up until now Simon has been very secretive about the details of his upcoming Three Dreams and ARLO projects so it was a great opportunity to get some highly sought after new info on the projects.  

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Breakaway Daily Interview: Actor Adrian Voo Talks Robin Williams, Auditions & His New Web Series

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Adrian Voo with the late, great Robin Williams. Find out about Voo’s meetings with the legendary actor in my exclusive interview with this up and coming actor you should know about.

Adrian Voo is best known for his starring role in the post-apocalyptic feature and film festival circuit favorite Infected, which was ranked #1 on IMDb: Future and Newly Released Horror Movies.

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Breakaway Daily Interview: Author Rich Marcello Gives Insight into His New Novel “The Big Wide Calm”

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[Read Breakaway Daily’s review of The Big Wide Calm.]

If Rich Marcello could choose only one creative mentor, he’d give the role to Jonathan Richmond and the Modern Lovers. This is not only because he currently resides in New England, where Jonathan started, but because of his life as a contemporary fiction author, poet and songwriter, whose literary inspiration often stems from songs he’s written.

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“The Giver” Film Soundtrack

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Movie soundtrack albums have made something of a comeback over the past couple of years, mainly thanks to movie adaptations of young adult novels like Twilight,  Divergent and The Fault In Our Stars and a little animated feature called Frozen.

The film adaptation of Lois Lowry’s iconic dystopian novel "The Giver" arrives August 15th, but to tide you over till then is the film’s soundtrack (now available).

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Technology: “Celebrity Smashup App”

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Celebrity Smashup is ridiculously entertaining. The mashed up celebrity faces are fun and hilarious. Celebrity Smashup features all your favorite celebrities: singers, actors, sports figures, politicians, and more. Celebrity Smashup pairs your favorite celebs and your goal is to figure out who they are. How many can you recognize?

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Get “Celebrity Smashup” now for free from Apple App Store!

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Film #108 of 2014: “Expecting Amish”

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Starring: AJ Michalka, Jesse McCartney, Jean-Luc Bilodeau, Alyson Stoner, Brian Krause.

Expecting Amish” is the Lifetime drama about four Amish teenagers living in rural Pennsylvania.  When they are allowed to go to Los Angeles to experience RUMSPRINGA or rite of passage, Mary (Stoner), Isaac (Cameron Boyd, (“X-Men, Last Stand) and Sara (Aurelia Scheppers, “Snow Queen”) are excited to make the trip but Hannah (Michalka) is reluctant to leave her father (Krause), siblings and her intended, Samuel (Bilodeau).

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Film #105 of 2014: “Heatstroke”

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This film will make you look at Hyenas differently.

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On a family trip in the African desert, a research scientist (particularly specializing in Hyenas) unintentionally travels off course and is brutally murdered by an arms dealer. His girlfriend is put to the ultimate survival test as she attempts to evade the killers and protect his teenage daughter.

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“Talk It Over” by Ben Burroughs

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Whenever differences occur, and arguments ensue, before the breaking point is reached there’s something you should do.

Discuss the problems close at hand and try your best to reach some sort of an agreement which is fair and just to each confer in a friendly manner and think before you act.

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