Read story: Grill Out and Chill Out
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Grill Out and Chill Out

IN THE summer and fall months, we often find ourselves entertaining a whole pile of friends. I love the company and the laughs, but I do not love slaving over a hot stove to keep everyone fed.

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By Boulevard Magazine
Sep 18, 2018 · 10 min read

Read story: Bo Burnham
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Bo Burnham

“It’s so funny because it’s now insanely, nine, ten years ago,” says Bo Burnham about the beginning of his career as we sit in his dimly lit greenroom at the PlayStation Theater before his show in New York City that night. “I don’t know what part of the story is what I remember telling or what actually happened.”

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By NKD Mag
Nov 1, 2015 · 6 min read

Read story: Big Dreams Require Big Vision
Big Dreams Require Big Vision

Growing up in the central Louisiana town of Alexandria—at the midpoint of a diagonal line between New Orleans and Shreveport in the northwest—Laurie’s first foray into advocacy came in the second grade.

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By {the idea boutique}®
Jun 28, 2018 · 13 min read

Read story: New Beginnings in Tuscon
New Beginnings in Tuscon

Pride in the Desert, Tucson’s annual celebration that includes the Pride on Parade and Pride in the Park, will take place Sept. 29.

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By Echo Magazine
Sep 21, 2018 · 4 min read

Read story: Safe Hiking With Your Dog
Safe Hiking With Your Dog

Going for a hike or run creates a tired, happy, and better-behaved dog.

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By Island Dog Magazine
Sep 4, 2018 · 2 min read

Read story: A Very Real Possibility
A Very Real Possibility

It often blows me away, the apparent randomness that sets the paths leading us through life. Just over a year ago, a friend of mine met Crispin Waddie while working on an oil rig in the North Sea. A member of the very first team of climbers to visit Cochamó Valley in the early 1990s, Waddie told my friend tales of towering granite tucked away in the jungles of northern Patagonia, Chile. What are the chances that my friend would not only meet Waddie on an oil rig but that they would discuss Cochamó, one of myriad expeditions Waddie had undertaken? Not only that, but also that Cochamó would turn out to be exactly what I’d been searching for—a beautifully wild landscape at the beginning of its climbing development.

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By Patagonia - The Cleanest Line
Sep 25, 2018 · 7 min read

Read story: Ashley Lukashevsky
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Ashley Lukashevsky

In 2008, the United States witnessed one of the most historic presidential races in this nation’s history. The first black presidential candidate, Barack Obama, was running for office and the excitement behind his electoral run was fueled by hope, passion and a promise of progress. The campaign’s impact and lasting impression will forever be marked in history by Obama’s inspiring speeches, his call for unity and of course the political art that was made. One of the most symbolic pieces of art, which became the cornerstone of Obama’s presidency, was Shepard Fairey’s “Hope” poster. Now, during times of immense change, there comes a need to encapsulate all of the feelings, iconic symbols, and movements, in activist art pieces. Honolulu born and Los Angeles based graphic design artist, Ashley Lukashevsky, has taken the nation by storm as one of the creators of iconic resistance symbols and images in an environment that requires her vibrant, poignant and empowering style to heal, inspire and drive others to make a change.

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By Local Wolves
Mar 12, 2018 · 8 min read

Read story: Set the Table
Food & Drink
Set the Table

A little thought goes a long way to making guests feel special, and in our opinion, half the fun of hosting a dinner party is designing the table. With that in mind, we pulled together four looks that are as simple as they are striking.

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By Emma magazine
Oct 1, 2014 · 3 min read

Read story: At Home with Julie
At Home with Julie

Does a house make a home? What is that elusive quality that makes a space feel like home? You know it as soon as you walk in the door: your shoulders come down, you breathe out a gentle sigh, kick off your shoes, and sink in. The sense of setting everything down, all of the day’s work and burdens, along with your briefcase and groceries. The place that is uniquely you, your own little habitat, your haven. Perhaps home means family to you, or it may be your fortress of solitude; in any case, finding a place to create your space is often an emotional journey.

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By Pie Media Group
Aug 21, 2018 · 4 min read

Read story: Lacey Sturm
Arts & Entertainment
Lacey Sturm

There are so many Caucasian lead vocalists and rock alt-rock acts and probably as many with a lion tattoo on their shoulders but there has only been one

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Oct 11, 2017 · 3 min read