Vogue named Andrea Iyamah one of the best swimsuit brands to shop, praising its unique designs. Every Andrea Iyamah design is far from ordinary, with statement-making details, like knots and strategically placed cut-outs. The line is owned by Nigerian fashion designer Andrea Dumebi Iyama and is widely inspired by her culture, elements of nature, and travels. The average A.I. brand wearer is said to be adventurous in their spirit, mind, and style. 

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It may have been the scooped-neck red dress with the big puffy sleeves, the white skirt, white lace socks, shoes, and bag that she wore on Christmas Day, or those high-waisted sassy bell bottom jeans with the white belt that made Myriam Belasse, a young girl from Barbados stand out among the crowd. 

Either way Belasse’s mom, a professional seamstress had an eye for fashion and served as an unofficial stylist for her daughters. She worked as a professional seamstress who created stylish clothing, paired with matching accessories for her children, especially during the bank holidays. And, they became the talk of the town.

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“People around punk rock are often people who care about more than just themselves, even if that means that they just try to be more kind or open to other people….”


-Justin Sane on Montreal Rocks

Punk is not like any other music genre. Punk is a lifestyle choice–a creed and a community, at least to the musicians behind the American punk-rock band from Pittsburgh, Anti-Flag. This group of anti-nationalist, anti-racist, anti-sexist musicians has operated in the zeitgeist for over thirty years.

To get a glimpse of what Anti-Flag is all about, consider their song titled “Hate Conquers All,” featured on their album 20/20 Vision, which starts off with a sample of former president Donald Trump giving a speech about quelling public protest. It’s a pro-protest bop commenting on the rhetoric that Trump used to rile his base.

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Calling all ’90s lovers in the Atlanta area looking for something fun and unique to do on the weekend. Join Midtown's newest paint and sip company, Dine & Design ATL, for a night of drinks, art, and food, with a millennial twist. 

Dine and Design offers a first-class experience with some of the best chefs and mixologists in Atlanta, along with a 90s-inspired painting class. And no artistic experience is needed. 

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Almost every neighborhood across the country had a crew, some even had several. A group of kids who became friends based on their simple love for bikes, and the freedom of being able to explore the surrounding areas, while riding their bikes. In my neighborhood, there were a few biking crews, but there was one that really stood out. 

There was a crew that knew how to fix bikes; so everyone in the neighborhood would come to them to get their bikes fixed. Each crew member had bikes that they customized themselves using different parts that they bought from the local bike shop, and spray-painted to give them an even cooler look. Fast forward to our teenage years, a few of them outgrew that phase and most of them graduated from their bike crew.

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There are a lot of talented singers and bands out there waiting to be “discovered,” and I’m sure they dream of signing a million-dollar record deal. Most of these artists are usually in their late teens and twenties, they upload performances to YouTube, sign up for TV talent shows, and play at bars to just get some attention and hopefully attract some fans. But the odds are not always in favor of these artists and it is normally hard to get real attention from the music industry. So we might wonder, how did three middle schoolers, get their big break and sign a $1.2 million contract with Sony Music?

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