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Read story: Noah Cyrus
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Noah Cyrus

Being an 18-year-old is not easy. It’s usually a time of heartbreak, selfdiscovery, and mental breakdowns that a lot of people don’t talk openly about. Singer Noah Cyrus is a bit different, though. Following the success of her her hit singles “Make Me Cry,” “Stay Together,” “My Way,” and now “Mad at You,” Cyrus just released her EP Good Cry and started her first headlining tour of the same name. She opened up for Katy Perry on her Witness Tour and has performed at several award shows, but it’s finally time for Cyrus to have things her way. “It feels like such an accomplishment to go from putting “Make Me Cry” out to having my own tour, and it’s really really surreal,” she said.

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Oct 7, 2018 · 4 min read

Read story: Jonas Wood: Scenes From the Everyday
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Jonas Wood: Scenes From the Everyday

The LA-based painter reveals early and current influences evidenced in his museum survey at the Dallas Museum of Art.

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Mar 31, 2019 · 10 min read

Read story: From the Periphery
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From the Periphery

The woven vignettes of Michelle Kingdom have made an underappreciated art medium her own realm

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Apr 28, 2019 · 6 min read

Read story: Lily Collins
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Lily Collins

Fame is in the family for Lily Collins, however she is forging her own path – with personal experiences that have shaped both her character, and those she portrays

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Apr 28, 2019 · 6 min read

Read story: Grimes
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Grimes is ready to play the villain.

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By Crack Magazine
Apr 29, 2019 · 11 min read

Read story: D is for Design
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D is for Design

Top local and international design talents shared their ideas and vision for creating a better world at Design Indaba 2019, South Africa’s most exciting creative conference

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Mar 11, 2019 · 8 min read

Read story: Calum Worthy
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Calum Worthy

As a Disney Channel graduate, Calum Worthy has experienced an incredibly successful acting career, starring in the Netflix hit American Vandal and the Eminem produced Film Bodied. In his next project, Worthy flaunts his refines acting chops in perhaps his darkest role yet as Nick Godejohn. The Hulu original series The Act, showcases Worthy's theatrical aptitude alongside Patricia Arquette, Joey King, AnnaSophia Robb, and Chloe Sevingy in the chilling, stranger-than-fiction story of Dee Dee and Gypsy Rose Blanchard. 

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Apr 23, 2019 · 6 min read

Read story: The Light of a Southern Son
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The Light of a Southern Son

With bold strokes, vivid hues, and the authenticity of a true son of the South, West Fraser’s brush captures the light and unique colors that illuminate his beloved Lowcountry home.

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Nov 15, 2018 · 8 min read

Read story: Ava DuVernay
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Ava DuVernay

HERE’S THE THING about Ava Du- Vernay. Talking to her, you feel like you’re in the hands of a consummate director. Not just a person who knows how to make a good movie, but someone who could get any large group of people to do just about anything. She exudes authority. When you talk to her, you get the feeling you are speaking with someone who knows how to deal with situations in which the stakes are high. And now, she’s at the point in her career where they’ve never been greater. After early critical acclaim (she’s been nominated for Golden Globes, Emmys, Oscars, and a ton of other major awards), she’s now become the first woman of color to helm a movie with a budget

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By RELEVANT Media Group
Feb 27, 2018 · 7 min read

Read story: Grouplove’s Hannah Hooper: The Colors of Oblivion
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Grouplove’s Hannah Hooper: The Colors of Oblivion

Walking into Hannah Hooper’s Echo Park studio is like stepping into a kaleidoscope. Beams of light illuminate acrylic colors splayed across large-scale canvases and spattered across the floor. Together, these vibrant streaks and speckles form a choreographed dance, rising and falling based on light, shadow, and perspective. “I really like moving the paint, and getting my whole body into it,” Hooper says. “I’ll mix the paint, pour it, and then move it around.”

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Apr 23, 2019 · 5 min read