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    An emerging young artist takes us down her sometimes the rocky musical path  Music has always had a  strange influence on us throughout time. It...

    Live Nation

    Breaking free from every day is a gift you have to give yourself  Written by Jennifer Brackett Connecting artists with their audience is no easy task....

    Brave New Virtual World

    The future of learning has a name, and it’s Librarium VR  By Daniel Londono Photographer: photos courtesy of Librarium Inc. Twenty or thirty years ago, virtual reality...

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    Janine Renee’s tale of perfect timing and a life saved  By Daniel Londono It seems stunning to think of the possibility of our fates being intertwined...

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