Street art is commonly seen on the walls of many suburban buildings all around the world. Ranging from simple quotes spray-painted on brick—to masterpieces developed on canvas that take your breath away and remain in your memory long after you have driven past.
There are moments in life that we often consider our “call-to-action.” This might include a big speech or some sort of performance where we must summon the courage to overcome all fears we may have and seize the moment. For rapper and singer-songwriter BIA, a once-in-a-lifetime meeting with record producer Pharrell Williams brought forth the “moment,” when her character and musical talent were put to the ultimate test.
Dallas Carter High School has been quite the football powerhouse over the years, producing numerous college and pro football athletes. None of which have garnered as much national attention as their latest superstar talent who wasn’t found on the football field. Sha’Carri Richardson was destroying the competition on the tracks that surround the field in the famed Dallas Carter football stadium.
Reality television is known for being full of drama and falsified interactions, but under that constructed reality, sometimes the warmth of reality flourishes. This is the case for Cristi Holcombe, who is based in Johns Creek, a suburb of Atlanta, and an HGTV personality. She is also a dedicated and talented entrepreneur and business woman. Not only does Holcombe bring genuine southern charm to the network and reality television, she also brings a unique eye for interior design to the screen.
British pop star Dido hit the music scene in 1999 with her first album “No Angel.” The Recording Industry Association of America eventually certified it four times multi-platinum two years later. What really caught Americans' attention was in 2000 when Rapper Eminem sampled Dido's song “Thank You” in his own chilling song “Stan.” She was even featured in the music video. The song introduced her music to a whole new audience that would have possibly skipped over the artist's potential.