United Talent Agency, a California-based company, is set to open a new branch of representation called UTA Fine Arts. It is the first of its kind, and there is debate as to whether or not the invention is a good one. It isn’t possible to draw the art industry any closer to the magical land […]

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Despite the fact that 2014 was a year of much interest and experimentation in music, many agree that the 2015 Grammy awards proved to be a bit underwhelming. Other than Sam Smith’s intense sweep and Madonna’s scorching performance, little controversy rose from the expected or the unexpected turnouts of this year’s show. Instead, what got […]

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While Valentine’s Day might have come and gone in a jiffy for most of us, it remains a memorable celebration for 10 same-sex couples based in China. A contest titled “We Do” arranged by Taobao (a subsidiary of Alibaba) – China’s largest online shopping platform – involved more than 400 participants and promised the winners […]

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It’s that time of the year again. The ultimate feast for all the basketball fans is here. The 2015 NBA All-Star weekend came to its conclusion Sunday. Various events were held on separate nights in Barclays Center and Madison Square Garden in New York, where the courts are filled with the richness of basketball history. […]

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It was 1928 when Josef Stalin turned 50, and the USSR celebrated. It is 2015, and while North Korea is turning 70, Kim Jong-un’s age and persona is an enigma. His state is a clear-cut machine of propaganda with which this year aims to inculcate the message of productivity and pride in 310 different manners. […]

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To celebration enthusiasts, Tuesday was known as the great Mardi Gras. The religious origins of the holiday really are a “holy” day, i.e. Shrove Tuesday. Originally a Catholic holiday, Shrove Tuesday has a certain implication of solemnity. Traditionally, the name “Shrove” comes from the term “shrive,” meaning “to confess.” The day became a preparation event […]

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Get ready, because spring is just around the corner. Models on and off the catwalk and fashion week’s “it” crowd have set the trends for the upcoming season. With the newest season just weeks away, stock up on bright colors ranging from orange, yellow and even lime green because bright colors are back and hotter […]

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Well everybody, our favorite overpriced, indie-chic clothing store has done it again, and I’m not talking about you, American Apparel! This past week, Urban Outfitters surprised no one by yet again making a stupidly offensive marketing decision when they decided to sell a tapestry that looks strangely familiar. The tapestry, with gray and white stripes […]

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Valentine’s Day is the sweetest of holidays — sweet with love, sweet with chocolate candies and sweet with celebrations. This year, however, there was one part of Valentine’s Day that is questionably sweet: the release of the film “Fifty Shades of Grey.” The book of the same name by E. L. James tells the story of […]

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Scientists have been trying to find new potential energy sources since realizing the amount of oil is quickly depleting. Since the beginning of the scarcity of oil, corn has been used to make ethanol gasoline. Fracking and intense oil rigging in the ocean have supplied the world with its fill for now, but in a […]

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