Why You Should Be Watching Netflix’s Workin’ Moms

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You don’t have to be a mother, and you certainly don’t even have to be a woman to enjoy the comedy gold that is Netflix’s Workin’ Moms. Created by and starring husband and wife duo, Catherine Reitman and Philip Sternberg, the Canadian series follows a group of friends dealing with the challenges of being working ...

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Cliché Magazine April/May 2019 (Jade Chynoweth)

By Cliché Magazine

104 pages, published 4/18/2019

Inside, cover star Jade Chynoweth talks her passion for acting and dancing, her role on Step Up: High Water, and more; cover star Ciara Riley Wilson discusses her journey as an actress and Kim Possible; actress Siena Agudong talks her first starring role on No Good Nick; we chat with the founders of the wellness podcast Elevate the Globe; and much more!

Achieve Voluminous Hair This Spring With Kaleidoscope Hair Products And Marine Beauty Collagen

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This spring is the season to show off your beautiful curls and to make your hair stronger. Kaleidoscope hair products are perfect to use every day to achieve smooth and shiny hair. They are gentle enough to use on all hair textures because it brings moisture into your hair. Marine Beauty Collagen is great to ...

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Favorite TV Characters: Fiona Gallagher’s Best Moments On Shameless

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The latest season of Shameless ended last month with an emotional goodbye to the Gallagher family’s beloved leader, Fiona. When the news of Emmy Rossum’s departure from the series was announced, many were wondering what the endgame for Fiona was. After nine seasons following Fiona Gallagher’s highs and lows, viewers got to see a memorable ...

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How Fashion Brands are Approaching Sustainability

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Many businesses have come under criticism for their approach on environmental issues, with some consumers even switching their most loyal brands to competitors as a result.  That being said, innovative businesses are now quickly realizing that deploying an eco-conscious tangential change in their material sourcing is what the consumers of 2019 want. Pexels / Pixabay Sustainability ...

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It Has Been Two Months Since the Flying Solo’s Fashion Show, but We’re Still Talking About It and Here’s Why

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This past New York Fashion Week was as spectacular as always. The scene was full of brilliant shows to admire, dynamic street styles to draw inspiration from, and extraordinary new lines to look forward to this upcoming season. Every show had its own fascinating voices with impressive designers and innovative ideas. However, perhaps the most ...

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Actress Helen Highfield Talks About “I Ship It”, Regrets, and Dream Roles

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Actress Helen Highfield stars on I Ship It, a series that first aired on CW Seed. The show gained such a following that the network decided to air the second season on television. As for Highfield herself, she’s determined to create a different narrative about female characters on television and movies. We chatted with this ...

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American Authors’ Latest Album Combines Familiar Sound with New Elements

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The third studio album, Seasons, from alternative band American Authors brings out some of their old familiar sounds hailing from the days of their first big hit, “Best Day of My Life”, while also exploring new elements and themes making it a perfect balance of honing in on what they do so well and not ...

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Stemuderm Anti-Aging Cream: Look Up to 10 Years Younger

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Are you looking for an amazing anti-aging cream that will diminish or possibly even get rid of your wrinkles, fine lines and other aging signs on your skin? Are you unsure what will work?  With so many different skin care products flooding the market today, it can be almost impossible to know what is going ...

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Roman Christou Confronts the Weeping Woman in “The Curse of La Llorona”

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Though he has only been acting for two years, 12-year-old Roman Christou is already making quite a striking impression. He currently stars in the new bone-chilling horror flick The Curse of La Llorona, about an unsuspecting family who winds up in the crosshairs of La Llorona, also known as the weeping woman. As for whether ...

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5 Tips for Planning Your Wedding Ceremony on a Budget

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Selecting your wedding venue is one of the first things you should do when you are planning to have a wedding so here are 5 tips for planning your wedding ceremony on a budget.  From a romantic garden or lakeside retreat to a black-tie ballroom, you can always find a venue depending on your budget. Keeping ...

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Singer Amy Wilcox Starts Her Next Chapter in Her New EP, “West”

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A simple request to sing demos for a producer ignited Amy Wilcox’s love of music into a professional dream. Rather than making her complacent with success, a brief stint on reality TV put Amy’s true goals into sharper focus, compelling her to work harder and be recognized for her craft instead of her name. Fittingly, ...

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Why You Should Add An Oil to Your Skincare Routine

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Are you afraid of using an oil on your face because you think it will cause breakouts? Oils can actually do the opposite, because they help to nourish your skin and prevent excess sebum from producing. Be mindful of the oils that are comedogenic because they can clog your pores such as coconut oil and ...

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Our Latest Issue

Covers: Jade Chynoweth & Ciara Riley Wilson
Inside, cover star Jade Chynoweth talks her passion for acting and dancing, her role on Step Up: High Water, and more; cover star Ciara Riley Wilson discusses her journey as an actress and Kim Possible; actress Siena Agudong talks her first starring role on No Good Nick; we chat with the founders of the wellness podcast Elevate the Globe; and much more!
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