It’s really happening. As a matter of fact, it has been happening. Jem: The Movie Go ahead. Breathe it in. Jem and the Holograms will be directed by John Chu (check out the project’s website), starring Aubrey Peeples of ABC’s Nashville and cult film Sharknado. The “Holograms” (members of Jem’s band, if you remember the radical ’80s cartoon) will include Stefanie Scott (No Strings Attached) as Kimber, Jem’s … Continue reading ‘Jem and the Holograms’ Movie (It’s really fucking happening)
For the second installment of the Living Single Series, I’m steering clear of significant challenges and survival tactics. Rather, I’d like to touch on the definition of tricky questions, resulting trepidation and if dating and worth it have any correlation. Per usual, please provide feedback if you’ve got some to offer. And if I know you, chances are ya’ just might. Climbing up the proverbial corporate … Continue reading Living Single: Tricky Questions and Trepidation
Pussy Riot members Nadya (Nadezhda Tolokonnikova) and Masha (Maria Aloykhina) stand united in a Moscow district court . The Russian punk rock activists completed 22 months of a 2 year sentence, released early due to ridicule from around the globe threatening the turnout of the upcoming 2014 Olympics in Sochi. While imprisoned, the acts of moral indecency towards the prisoners were so severe that it inspired both women to launch … Continue reading Pussy Riot: Members Freed to Save 2014 Sochi Olympics
I know, you feel like you’ve been hit by a bus then thrown over the freeway underpass. You feel alone and start romanticizing the past. Stop it!
It’s just the Sudafed and sleep meds. Don’t text any exes in your miserable state. Continue reading Living Single: How to Survive Strep Throat
Live , love, laugh whenever you can..
— eThrive (@eThrive) December 2, 2012
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Authors And Alcohol: The Paris Years These three authors are literary greats and they were all present in Paris at the same time, enjoying a lifestyle of creative endeavour and alcohol…
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The xenophobia ironed a pancake Continue reading Pay Per Post, Babay!
Solar winds and satellites
Attracted in galactic tide
Elemental configurations. Continue reading Gravity
Being creative is not just something that happens to people accidentally. You might start off with a spur of excitement concerning one idea or concept, but when it comes down to remaining creative over a longer period of time most people struggle. Continue reading Igniting Your Creativity
This handy and nifty infographic from JAF Gifts gives you a step by step guide on how to create an instant vintage-looking keepsake for your most treasured photographs! Forget about photo albums and frames…the Mason jar DIY project is bound to become a hit with family, friends, and guests once you place it in a prominent location in your home. Continue reading Your Photograph in a Jar
Lana Del Ray (a.k.a. Lizzy Grant) belts out two of her self proclaimed ‘gangster Nancy Sinatra’ singles that shook up buzz about the up and coming star, and have been separately featured as the artists most admirable songs. The distinction of these little ditties was put in new terms from the lovely Lana Del Rey, as well. “Hollywood pop” and “sad core”… Enjoy! I have been. On repeat. 🙂 Continue reading Lana Del Rey Sings a Little Ditty
“I never expected a bowl of cherries I’m just a virgo trying to find my own version of the virgin mary And when I let them carry me to a cemetary I wanna be buried with a pocket full of clarity” – ‘Slug’ Sean Michael Daley of ‘Atmosphere’ Continue reading Love Life
For My Awe-Inspiring Aunt Lisa, A Lovely Lassie with a Selfless Spirit and Majestic Charm. Little Ditties featuring Nina Simone performing ‘I Put a Spell on You’, originally written by Screamin’ Jay Hawkins in 1956. For all of Life’s Angels, a Little Ditty Dedication to one of Mine. Continue reading When Life Hands You Angels: A Dedication to My Foxy and Fabulous Aunt Lisa
The March of 2000 release of ‘High Fidelity’ centered as much, if not more, on the addiction of vinyl records and songs that shape the soul as it does with the surmounting challenges of love. In the creation of the obscure and greatly profound selection of heartache focused sound, tracks on the ‘High Fidelity’ soundtrack feature an appropriate juxtaposition of well known pop music, underground indie artist on the rise, obscure ’60s bands and famously groundbreaking artists that include Stevie Wonder, Bob Dylan and the Velvet Underground. Continue reading Fallen for You
Making the Leap from an Advanced Hobbyist to a Professional Photographer Continue reading Making the Leap from an Advanced Hobbyist to a Professional Photographer