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Read story: Karan Brar
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Karan Brar

Karan Brar is already one of Disney Channel’s best-known actors and is now taking Hollywood by storm with his role in the new Legendary Entertainment & Universal Pictures movie Pacific Rim: Uprising. His good mood felt contagious over the phone when he took our call in the early morning. Karan has fore sure a lot to offer to the entertainment industry, willing to bring more diversity and inclusivity.

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By Grumpy Magazine
Apr 30, 2018 · 6 min read

Read story: Free the Rivers
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Free the Rivers

Croatian photographer Luka Tomac is standing in his sleeveless wetsuit instructing a few close friends to cover the edges of his billboard-sized canvas that they’ve just submerged in the shallowest part of the upper Neretva River. They’re knee-deep in the river, outside of Konjic, a town in northern Herzegovina about 50 kilometers southwest of Sarajevo. The Neretva flows from its source at the base of nearby Jabuka mountain—and is known for being some of the coldest and cleanest drinking water in the world—to the Adriatic Sea.

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By Patagonia - The Cleanest Line
May 15, 2018 · 4 min read

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Read story: Take Care
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Take Care

For most of my adolescence and early adulthood, I’ve viewed growth as going from point a to point b. One day, I’d reach point b, and life would finally feel a certain way, and it’d stick, and I’d be existing in this ideal version of life until I grew old and grey. But then I began to look around me—at the thirtysomethings, forty-somethings, fifty-somethings—and realized that there is no real point where someone achieves ultimate maturity, wisdom, and health. The whole point of growth is that it is constant. It’s not just a stage of life. It’s everything.

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By Local Wolves
May 6, 2018 · 7 min read

Read story: Grace Lee Boggs
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Grace Lee Boggs

Detroit is a city whose rise and fall has paralleled the tragic arc of America’s industrial history. In a few generations, the capital of Big Auto’s empire has crumbled into an urban wreck, strewn with rusted factories and suffering from political decay. It’s a city associated with deep stagnation. So it might seem surprising that it claims as one of its most esteemed public figures Grace Lee Boggs, a Chinese-American philosopher who has been refusing to stand still for nearly a century, mobilizing alongside various freedom struggles from civil rights to climate change campaigns.

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By GOT A GIRL CRUSH
Sep 1, 2016 · 14 min read

Read story: H.E.R. The Future of R&B
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H.E.R. The Future of R&B

Having Everything Revealed, may seem like a juxtaposition when people think of H.E.R; but after encountering such a California native, you understand that completely sums H.E.R up.

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By GUAP Magazine
May 7, 2018 · 2 min read

Read story: SZA
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SZA

With a delicate voice and hard head, SZA has secured a role with this era’s definitive hip-hop collective

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By Crack Magazine
Dec 18, 2013 · 4 min read

Read story: In Her Own Voice: Halsey
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In Her Own Voice: Halsey

HALSEY talks sex, androgyny, and gender roles in her powerful guest essay for this month’s cover story. The 20-year-old, selfmade feminist firebrand also calls bullsh*t on the male-dominated music industry and its quest to capitalize on the #girlpower trend.

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By Local Wolves
Nov 7, 2014 · 6 min read

Read story: Charlie Puth
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Charlie Puth

Nearly every morning of his youth, artist Charlie Puth woke up to the same chirp of a morning dove outside of his suburban bedroom window in Rumson, New Jersey.

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By Local Wolves
Jun 1, 2016 · 7 min read

Read story: Grabbleplatz Forever
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Grabbleplatz Forever

In the music video that accompanies krautrock band La Düsseldorf’s 1983 single Ich Liebe Dich, lead singer Klaus Dinger spray paints a heart on the concrete in front of Ratinger Hof, a legendary underground club that was located in Düsseldorf’s historic downtown district. By then, Dinger had been briefly involved with Kraftwerk and founded NEU!, a group that is retrospectively considered one of the founders of krautrock music and a significant influence on a variety of subsequent post-punk and electronic music artists.

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By Crack Magazine
May 1, 2018 · 6 min read

Read story: Artist Spotlight: Estelle
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Artist Spotlight: Estelle

With a new album slated for Fall 2018 and a hot single topping the charts, Estelle is ready to dominate the airwaves and love is leading the way.

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By Munaluchi
Mar 29, 2018 · 3 min read