Arts & Entertainment
by Beth Anderson | on August 20th, 2014 | no comments | in Arts & Entertainment
by Beth Anderson | on August 8th, 2014 | no comments | in Arts & Entertainment
by Jara Montez | on June 4th, 2014 | 1 comment | in Arts & Entertainment
I chatted with 18-year-old singer/songwriter, performing and recording artist, and CMA Member, Dani-elle for an in-depth look on her career aspirations, charity work and of course, fashion!
by Jara Montez | on April 29th, 2014 | no comments | in Arts & Entertainment
Tourists often flock to the White House, the Washington Memorial and maybe even the Spy Museum, but what I enjoy most in D.C. is its rich collection of art. If you’re not much of an art scholar, the majority of the museums are free, so it won’t cost you anything to take a minute (or a day) and admire the visual arts that D.C. has to offer!
by Editor | on April 5th, 2014 | no comments | in Arts & Entertainment
One of the most sought-after music festivals of the year, Coachella is right around the corner and more than 75,000 people, per day, will flock to the fields of Indio and brave the elements for two weekends of amazing music. But, what about the music lovers who wish to skip the long bathroom lines, the less-than-glamorous outdoor camping accommodations, the nightmare of parking and, let’s not forget… traffic!
by Editor | on March 19th, 2014 | 1 comment | in Arts & Entertainment
The ‘The social brain theory’ suggests that animals in large social groups have bigger brains and that sophisticated communication is required. Theorists also believe that this directly translates to humans with Oxford’s Robin Dunbar arguing that the evolution of human brain was driven by our increasingly complex social relationships.