A Brief History of East Berlin’s Weird Love of Blue Jeans

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Blue jeans have been in fashion pretty much since they were invented in 1873 by Jacob Davis and Levi Strauss, but behind the Iron Curtain, they flourished as an image of dissent and Western Culture. Although the Soviet Union banned the sale of Levi’s jeans—or maybe, in part, because of that—owning a pair of Levi’s ...

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Cliché Magazine Feb/Mar 2019 (Lilia Buckingham)

By Cliché Magazine

126 pages, published 2/13/2019

Inside, cover star Lilia Buckingham opens up about trying to end cyberbullying, her role in Dirt, and more; cover star Ruby Modine discusses creating her own legacy and Happy Death Day 2U; actress Keesha Sharp discusses acting and directing on Lethal Weapon; actor Hank Chen chats about making Life-Size 2; and much more!

“The Romanoffs” Actress Annet Mahendru Draws On Her Relationship To Her Character and More

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With Annet Mahendru, there is so much more than meets the eye. The witty actress speaks six different languages, studied competitive martial arts and does comic improv. She’s best known for her role on The Americans. Now, the multifaceted actress can be seen in her new hit show The Romanoffs on Amazon Prime. We chatted ...

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Which Y2K Trends Should Make A Comeback?

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The 2000s are on their way back with a vengeance, and with all the nostalgia for reality shows, movies, and other kinds of media, 2000s fashion is on its way back too. Trucker hats, camo print, bootcut jeans, and thanks to Vetements, even Juicy Couture’s iconic velour tracksuits have made a comeback! It was a ...

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Australian Rock Duo The Hots Dishes On Their Debut Single “Before You” As They Aim To Take Their Music To The Next Level

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Australian rockers The Hots are an electrifying combination, bringing together front-woman Foxie Kelly’s blazing stage presence and guitarist Ronnie Simmons’ aggressive playing. Recently, the duo released their debut single “Before You” which is the spark ready to ignite the fire of female fronted rock heading into 2019. We chatted with The Hots on “Before You,” ...

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Polartropica Delivers Space Pop With Substance

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Singer and artist Polartropica is a surrealist’s delight. Drawing inspiration from the 90s, her music combines infectious arrangements with dreamy, out of this world visuals to create music that even aliens couldn’t help but dance to. Unlike sugary sweet predecessors, however, Polartropica’s beats carry important messages beyond the whimsy and cotton candy aesthetics of her ...

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5 Favorite Christmas Movies of All Time

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We’ve made a list and checked it twice and we are leaving the office in the North Pole to deliver  5 Favorite Christmas Movies of All Time. All of these movies have brought cheerfulness and happiness to all of our lives throughout the holiday seasons. Christmas represents different things to people over the years, and ...

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These Songs Will Help Keep You Warm This Cold, Winter Season

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For some reason, there are certain songs that sound so much better when you listen to them in the cold weather. In fact, I look forward to this time of year because I’ll be able to enjoy certain music even more. It may just be that the fall and winter seasons bring back some nostalgic ...

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“Welcome to Marwen” Star Falk Hentschel Gets Real About Mental Health

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Growing up in Germany making movies with his friends, young Falk Hentschel couldn’t even imagine what life would have in store for him. Initially working as a dancer in an attempt to create an indirect route into the film industry, he took one particular rejection as a sign that he needed a career change, immediately ...

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SHAED Talks New Music, Upcoming Tour, and Their Recent Feature in an Apple Commercial

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Alternative band SHAED has been making music together ever since they all became friends back in high school. Hailing from Washington, DC, the group consists of twins Max and Spencer, and their best friend Chelsea, who is now also Spencer’s wife. The band is first and foremost best friends and their love of the same ...

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Christmas DIY’s: The Dos and Don’ts

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A good Christmas DIY is something light, fun, and relatively inexpensive. When I want to decorate my apartment I do not aim to be spending $100 + on 400 vintage Christmas light bulbs and a wire hanger just to spend four hours making a mediocre wreath. The key to cute, festive decorations is simplicity, they ...

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Lisa Durupt Spreads Holiday Cheer in New Christmas Movies and Opens Up About Her Support For Health Foundations

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This holiday season has sure been an exciting one for Lisa Durupt. First, she starred in Hallmark’s Reunited at Christmas, which came out back in November. Now, she can be seen starring in Lifetime’s Christmas Lost and Found. But she won’t be slowing down once the New Year hits, as 2019 will bring even more ...

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Top 5 Reasons You Should Be Watching New Amsterdam

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NBC’s new Fall show New Amsterdam is shaking things in the medical world. Taking place in the oldest public hospital in the country, New Amsterdam addresses the medical system and its broken state. Here are our top 5 reasons you should be watching New Amsterdam.   Not your Average Medical Show This show is different from other ...

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Our Latest Issue

Covers: Lilia Buckingham & Ruby Modine
Inside, cover star Lilia Buckingham opens up about trying to end cyberbullying, her role in Dirt, and more; cover star Ruby Modine discusses creating her own legacy and Happy Death Day 2U; actress Keesha Sharp discusses acting and directing on Lethal Weapon; actor Hank Chen chats about making Life-Size 2; and much more!
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