Whether she's dancing on stage or making enthusiastic raps in the studio, Lisa is a one-of-a-kind K-Pop star. Before she became Lisa, “Pranpriya.” was her name. At a young age, she believed in the idea of luck. So when she learned from a fortune teller that the name "Lalisa '' would bring her good fortune, she decided to change her name.

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Everything about Canadian rock band Tegan and Sara is an anomaly. The world of rock in general, whether boasting high-powered ballads or the gentle strokes of a self-identified hipster, seems to be dominated by men. Men in groups, too – usually an assembly of four or five, with a dynamic lead vocalist that tends to, whether intentional or not, steal the spotlight. 

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What do “Spiderman: No Way Home (2021)” directed by Jon WattsTyler Perry’sA Madea Family Funeral (2019),” and Edgar Wright’sBaby Driver (2017)” all have in common? For one, they are all very popular movies. More specifically, they are movies shot and filmed in the city of Atlanta. This massive popularity and growth in Georgia’s film industry brings in billions of dollars to the state, but with such a high volume of motion pictures being shipped straight from Atlanta’s studios, it can be difficult for up-and-coming filmmakers to earn proper recognition and exposure–Enter stage left: The BronzeLens Film Festival.

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In his early childhood years, Sculptor Mike Leavitt spent his time learning about graphic design and engineering. Raised in Seattle, WA his interest in art came from his parents. Another factor that sparked Leavitt's fascination for art was the Native American Scandinavian woodcraft, wooden figures that replicates important Native American figures of the Scandinavian tribe. The structure of the wooden carvings made the figures look spot-on.

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Dom Won Chang and his family founded one of the largest fast-fashion retailers in the US. They fully captured the “American dream,” having immigrated from South Korea in the mid-80s building their company from the ground up. For over thirty years, the Changs maintained a recognizable and fast-growing brand up until only a few years ago when the worldwide retailer suddenly filed for bankruptcy. This is the tragic tale of the fall and rebirth of the fast-fashion family retailer, Forever 21. 

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