Joker Movie Review

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When Todd Phillips first pitched the Joker film to the Warner Brothers executives, he knew he was pushing the envelope. He was not pitching the standard superhero movie with big budget action scenes, A-list mega-stars or even an established franchise behind it. There would be no green screens, not city-crushing final battle and the good ...

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 Cliché Magazine June/July 2019 (Baby Ariel)

By Cliché Magazine

126 pages, published 7/14/2019

Inside, cover star Baby Ariel discusses her music, acting, and her anti-bullying activism; Parker McKenna Posey talks being a child actor, her role on Games People Play, and more; actress Sharon Blynn talks beating cancer and empowering women through her foundation; we chat with actress Tasya Teles about her role on The 100; and much more!

5 Clever Storage Tips for Fashionistas

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Hands up if you’re forever buying too many pieces of clothing, pairs of shoes or cute handbags. We’re all guilty of it. While it’s amazing to have new items to wear, it can cause problems knowing where to store them all. Luckily for you, you’ve come to right place for some advice on how to ...

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Liddy Clark Never Hesitates to Speak Her Mind Through Music

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Liddy Clark has never been afraid to stand up for herself and others.  The singer always gravitated towards the raw honesty of country music and her songs readily embrace vulnerability and truth.  Her latest single “Friendly Fire,” attempts to process an unexpected betrayal. A Parkland native, Liddy also penned the highly emotional song “Shot Down ...

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Sell Your House Using the Hottest Home Design Trends In 2020

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If you want to know how to sell your house using the hottest home design trends in 2020, keep reading.  Interior design trends ebb and flow with the seasons.  But if you’re thinking of selling your home, you don’t want to invest time and money updating it according to the latest design fad—it will just ...

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License to Thrill: How to Get The Perfect James Bond Style

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If you want to know how to get the perfect James Bond style, listen up. Whether it’s the Walther PPK or the vodka martini, James Bond has his own way of doing things. Through six actors and 24 (soon to be 25) films, some things haven’t changed: 007 knows how to dress. The gentleman spy ...

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Julia Bhatt Works Through Her Feelings In Two New Singles

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To Julia Bhatt, music is a space to vent. The 17-year-old Miami native never shies away from expressing herself. Exposed to an eclectic musical diet from a young age, she soon began thinking about her own sound and performance as an aspiring artist. Despite her talent and big dreams, Julia struggles with the same problems ...

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The Grahams Blow Off Steam in Defiant New Single “Bite My Tongue”

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Musical and romantic partners Alyssa and Doug Graham have always had each other‘s backs. This camaraderie has weathered them through several tense situations during a motorcycle ride along route 66 at the height of the 2016 election. One of these confrontations was the kindling for their raucous new single, “Bite My Tongue,” inspired by a ...

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Interview With Actress Patricia ‘Patti’ French: Discusses Hulu’s ‘The Act’, The Film Poms and Much More!

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Patricia “Patti” French is a woman of many talents. She started an acting career in the theatre while also working as a voice-over talent. She later attended the National Shakespeare Conservatory in New York and hasn’t stopped acting since. Her TV credits are extensive, with each project being as recognizable as the A-list actors attached ...

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Beth Keeping Muses Over A Missed Connection in Dreamy New Single “San Francisco”

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Fusing the narrative power of country with the catchy melodies of pop, innovative singer Beth Keeping creates her own unique sound. Her music is informed by her international experiences -  travels that served as an impromptu source of inspiration for her latest single. “San Francisco” ponders a missed connection, the “almost” moments of not-quite romance ...

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Class Photo Shows The Sunny Side of Loss in Their Debut Album, Light Years Later

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Class Photo frontman Patrick Morris  has always been eager to march to the beat of his own drum. He chose to depart from his previous band, STRFKR, out of a desire to flex his songwriting muscles once more.  Embarking on a solo project what is daunting in certain aspects – he still gets nervous about ...

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Weixier Messenger bag

Messenger Bag, the Unisex Fashion Accessory

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The messenger bag has developed over time from only being a working man's necessity. To now being, the accessory for men. Mailmen used this style bag in order to carry loads of assorted mail door to door. Businessmen used this bag to carry all their papers and pens. Young men in a University studying to ...

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Fever Joy Lets You Know You’re Not Alone In Their New EP, “Reflections”

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Following a chance encounter at an open mic night, Fever Joy was born, comprised of band mates Avery and Tean. Fueled by an intense desire to portray music with raw honesty (and a few beers) the duo set out to create Reflections, an unapologetic examination of some of life's most painful moments - experiences that ...

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