Six Gun Sal release Red Blooded American off second forthcoming album

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Six Gun Sal, a Los Angeles based southern rock band recently released their new single “Red Blooded American” Off Second Forthcoming Album. Six Gun Sal will move you with melodic emotional ballads, and grungy rocked out powerhouse songs like Whiskey Mountain and the Life featuring powerful lead guitars and funky bass riffs, and drum fills that will make you get up and move to the sounds of Six Gun Sal.

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World of Dance Canadian duo Luka & Jenalyn breakaway from cabaret ballroom

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WORLD OF DANCE -- Season: 2 -- Pictured: Luka & Jenalyn -- (Photo by: Andrew Eccles/NBC)

Luka Milacic-Perusina (21) and Jenalyn Saraza-Pacheco (17), popularly known as Luka & Jenalyn, are cabaret ballroom dancers from Toronto, Canada. The dynamic duo have mesmerized audiences with their unique and innovative spin on cabaret; a combination of ballroom dancing, cabaret, cirque and theatre arts.

“Being dancers is our passion and our dream,” says the duo.

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Rebels with a cause: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding broke barriers

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The royal family posed in the Green Drawing Room at Windsor Castle. Credit: Kensington Palace/Alexi Lubomirski

The royal wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry was a beautiful sight to behold with tradition taking a back seat. Six hundred royal wedding guests including senior royals, film stars, sport stars and a global audience of billions, witnessed a historical ceremony at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor that featured significant multicultural content.

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Prince Celebration 2018: Exclusive coverage from Paisley Park in Minnesota

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Celebration 2018 official poster.

Fans, friends and family marked the second anniversary of Prince’s passing with a four-day celebration at Prince’s Paisley Park in Chanhassen, Minnesota. Celebration 2018 honored the unique life and legacy of the prodigiously talented cultural icon Prince Rogers Nelson. In its second year, the four-day special event took place between April 19th and 22nd at Prince’s historic home and recording sanctuary outside Minneapolis at Paisley Park.

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Artemis Women In Action Film Festival Founder talks honoring Michelle Rodriguez, society’s power structures and the women’s movements in Hollywood

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The Artemis Women in Action Film Festival is the first film festival dedicated to honoring female action and empowerment heroes. Since its inception in 2015, Artemis has celebrated powerful women taking action on the silver screen. From female action heroes to female activists, the festival has shone a spotlight on females in narrative and documentary films who are fearless, fierce, physically strong and independent. 

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Celebrating family diversity: Interview with Big World, Little Om author Mera Mallick

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Everyone is different and everyone’s families are different. That’s important because the world needs all kinds of people and all kinds of love. After all, love is love! If we can accept what makes us special we can live more free lives, rather than follow the status quo of false images the current media floods us with everyday.

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Coparents united: Interview with Gregory Wagner, creator of the positive parenting app SmartCoparent

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For families that are reconnecting post-divorce or separation and co-parenting together, SmartCoparent reduces stress that promotes a positive parenting experience within the family. SmartCoparent is the second development by Aeonic Ventures, following the 2016 launch of Moiety, a scheduling app that works for any social group. SmartCoparent is a web and mobile app that has a number of standout features including the ability to share documents, receipts, time stamped court reports, a way to automate child support payments, manage finances, and keep track of events with a shared calendar.

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Inkston preserves traditional oriental art and craftmanship

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“My Start of Studying Tao” by Shilo Ren features model Alisha Safo by photographer Jun Yang. The project was made using Inkston Gold Fleck Xuan paper.

My Start of Studying Tao by Shilo Ren features model Alisha Safo by photographer Jun Yang. The project was made using Inkston Gold Fleck Xuan paper. Inkston preserves traditional oriental art and craftmanship through being a leading supplier of high quality handmade art materials from top historical workshops, most of which have not previously had access to internet distribution channels.

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iEvolve is a self-improvement app helping users find their shadow so they can turn into someone more positive

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Can an app on your phone make you a better person? That’s the goal of the new self-improvement app iEvolve from Mohsin Ehsan. It aims to help its users “Defeat The Darkness Within”. I think we can all agree that’s a great goal, but you’re probably wondering how it works. iEvolve is designed to help you become more aware of negative behaviors and thoughts that occur to you automatically.

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