Music for the people: Interview with Jorby

We’re celebrating the Chinese New Year with Jorby, a rising singer/songwriter from Hong Kong that uses his music as an outlet for his emotions. Jorby wants his work to connect with people and be a representation of them. He never wants to lose touch with the single quality that makes us human, and that is the ability to feel and express ourselves.

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Behind the scenes of Luka & Jenalyn’s historical collaboration with World of Dance friends Les Twins & Aidan Carberry in Toronto (exclusive)

Blackpool Dance Festival was the place for Canadian duo Luka & Jenalyn to compete against the biggest names in the world in ballroom dance. After nearly one hundred years, it is still the most prestigious and longest-running ballroom dance competition … Keep Reading

Jahkeen Washington gives back to Harlem, New York through fitness: 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 wisely with busy schedules.

Jahkeen Washington is a Certified Personal Trainer and co-founder of JTW Fit who was born and raised in Harlem, New York.

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DroneTopolis AR App is a drone on your phone!

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DroneTopolis AR App

Circle Square’s DroneTopolis AR app is a virtual powered drone simulator for your iOS. You will be able to test your piloting skills by flying through augmented reality and flying through a virtual interface. Your in-destructive drone is controlled anywhere and at any time through your iOS device. DroneTopolis AR allows you to have fun while driving in realistic environments and surroundings.

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The symbolism behind Prince’s Love Symbol Album

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Love Symbol

October 13th marked the 25th anniversary of Prince’s Love Symbol album. This 14th studio release from 1992 would mark the beginning of the most rebellious era in Prince’s musical career. By 1993 Prince’s growing frustration with Warner Brothers’ attempt to stifle his musical output would cause him to change his name to the unpronounceable male/female symbol hybrid on the album’s cover.

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Regrets of the Past: The Austrian Star Wars Fan Film

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The short film project Regrets of the Past (IMDBwas realized by a team of local filmmakers whose goal it was to create a high-quality sci-fi movie in Austria, based within the Star Wars universe.

Regrets of the Past

The crew diligently focused on the visual language of the film which tries to adhere as closely as possible to the original trilogy developed by George Lucas in the 1970s.

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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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Australian indie band Collegians release “Vaccine” from upcoming album

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Australian indie band Collegians release “Vaccine” from upcoming album

Not afraid to dig deep emotionally, the Collegians are a band from Melbourne, Australia, set to reach out to listeners with their unique brand of bittersweet alt-rock. Fronted by the brooding and raw-throated vocals of British-born lead-singer Glenn Patrick, Collegians have succeeded in creating music that connects on a deeply emotional level with many listeners.

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The skincare benefits of coffee…for your skin

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The Skincare Benefits of Coffee
The next time you’re waiting in line at your favorite coffee shop, consider this: that daily cup of coffee actually has many benefits for your skin! While many people cannot start their day without having a fresh cup of coffee (myself included!), coffee can do a lot more than just get you up in the morning.

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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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