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Don Jansiewicz started near the bottom (his first home was a converted chicken coop on his grandfather’s farm). From these more-than-humble beginnings he eventually became one of the first Honors College graduates from Western Michigan University. He earned an MA in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee before teaching Political Science at two different
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In 2007, a handful of years after Michael Jordan‘s second retirement from the NBA, his longtime trainer Tim Grover started working with a new client: Kobe Bryant.  Bryant had, by then, established himself as the heir apparent to MJ—a three-time champion (two more titles to come), with a remarkably similar skillset and mindset. And by
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At just 22 years old, indie singer-songwriter Samia has already developed a knack for writing sharp, self-aware songs that can be as witty as they are evocative. Her latest series of singles, taken from her upcoming album The Baby, showcase her impressive versatility as an artist: ‘Fit N’ Full’ is a driving, infectious indie rock
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We all love our homes to be just so, but do you know what your personal style and taste in the home says about you? Are you well-travelled? Creative? Relaxed and calm? These are all personality traits that can well and truly come across in the way you decorate your space. “Home is where the
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Fenne Lily has shared a new single called ‘Berlin’. Following lead single ‘Apathy’, it’s taken from her upcoming album, BREACH, out on September 18 via Dead Oceans. Check it out below, alongside a lyric video animated by Henry Dunbar. The track draws inspiration from “the classic combo of Patti Smith, Berhgain and being alone,” according
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It’s been five years since Soko’s last album, My Dreams Dictate My Reality, a release that traded the fragile qualities of her revelatory 2012 debut I Thought I Was an Alien for a more defiant, post-punk attitude and conventional verse-chorus-verse structures. “My first album was from the perspective of being a victim of all my
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