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11 months ago

Sherri Saum on Same Sex Couples, ‘The Fosters,’ and Social Issues

Sherri Saum cares deeply about the social-impacting storylines portrayed on her current television show, “The Fosters.” Saum stars as the kind Lena Adams Foster on the Freeform, formally ABC Family, hit which debuted in 2013. Unlike many teen-geared television shows, “The Fosters” prides itself on tackling difficult and emotional social issues, such as same sex […]

11 months ago

Caitlyn Smith: Sought-After Songwriter Finds Her Voice

If her name doesn’t immediately ring a bell, the songs she’s known for will. Caitlyn Smith is a sought-after songwriter in Nashville, and rightfully so. Her songs have been recorded by Garth Brooks (“Tacoma”), Lady Antebellum (“747”), Cassadee Pope (“Wasting All These Tears), and Meghan Trainor (“Like I’m Gonna Lose You”). After years of writing […]

11 months ago

Spell & the Gypsy Collective: The Innovative Women Behind Byron Bay’s Bohemian Brand

The Aquarius Festival (Australia’s equivalent of Woodstock) took place 43 years ago, but the counterculture never truly left the Byron Bay area. The coastal hippie town is one of the leading epicenters of bohemian fashion brands. Spell & the Gypsy Collective is one of those leading brands. Spell was founded by Isabella Briedis in 2009 […]

11 months ago

Meet Christina Cone: Powerhouse behind Brooklyn band Frances Cone

If Brooklyn-based indie-pop band Frances Cone isn’t already on your radar, they should be. Lead singer Christina Cone has been a powerhouse on the rise since the release of the band’s debut album in 2013, but it was the band’s 2016 self-released single “Arizona” that finally put the band on the map. Penned by Cone […]

11 months ago

Kirsten Vangsness on Being Bullied, Writing for “Criminal Minds,” and Growing Up a Shy Girl

The creative force behind one of TV’s beloved techy nerd chicks, Penelope Garcia, is the outspoken Kirsten Vangsness. Through 12 seasons, the ‘Criminal Minds’ sweetheart has acted and even co-written two of the hardest hitting episodes of the series. Vangsness was a shy girl growing up who, like many, got bullied through her childhood years. […]

11 months ago

Megan Mullally: “I Had Never Thought of Myself More Than Mildly Humorous.”

Megan Mullally has kept us in stitches since the late 80’s, appearing on shows such as ‘Seinfeld,’ ‘Frasier,’ ‘Mad About You,’ and ‘Caroline in the City.’ However, it was 1998 when the LA born Mullally landed the iconic roll of Karen Walker on NBC’s ‘Will & Grace.’ The sharp tongued, booze driven character earned Mullally […]

11 months ago

Daytime Star Susan Lucci: “I Told My Parents I Wanted to Teach”

When you hear someone say “Soap Star,” Susan Lucci is certainly the first name that comes to mind. Growing up in a small New York town, Lucci dreamed of the stage. The self-proclaimed “foodie” spent 41 years playing Erica Kane on NBC’s “All My Children.” The role led to 18 Emmy nominations, winning number 19. […]

11 months ago

Lizz Winstead: Feminism Comes From Many Different Places

The experience of feminism comes from many different places. Not everyone’s feminism is the same and it shouldn’t be treated the same. We won’t become a strong movement if we don’t consider everyone’s story. Comedian and writer Lizz Winstead is no stranger to political drama and the media. She is one of the lead political […]

11 months ago

Madeline Stuart, Model with Down’s Syndrome, Feels Very Proud

Madeline Stuart broke the mold of what a runway model has to be. She is one of a few models with a disability, she has Down’s Syndrome.  Changing the perception of the modeling world, Stuart recently walked in town fashion show’s this season at New York Fashion Week, her third year participating. Do you have […]

11 months ago

Eunice Omole Wants You to Say “Hello Africa”

U.S. born Nigerian, Eunice Omole is the top producer, host, and businesswoman in Nigeria media. After earning multiple degrees from some of the leading Ivy League schools, Omole went on to create a media company and hit show called ‘Hello Africa.’ Many say she is following in Oprah’s footstep by confronting equal rights issues and […]