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Singer-songwriter Fenne Lily will be performing a livestream concert for Capital One City Parks Foundation’s #SummerstageAnywhere tomorrow (July 29) at 6pm EST. For decades, SummerStage has been one of New York City’s biggest summer festivals, but has gone fully digital due to the coronavirus pandemic. The virtual show will be available to watch for free
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K-pop group BLACKPINK have announced their highly-anticipated debut album. It comes out October 2 via YG Entertainment/Interscope. According to the teaser poster, it’s referred to as THE ALBUM, though it’s officially a self-titled LP. Below, check out its official artwork. Last month, the quartet – consisting of Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa – dropped the
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Companies love to appear charitable and environmentally sound. It’s one of the key ways a company can justify the price of their clothing and also attract a customer base that is keen on buying sustainable and ethical fashion. There have been many companies that have used common positive terminology and promises to associate their company with ethical
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Rilo Kiley have announced they will be reissuing their self-titled, self-released 1999 debut album, a collection of demos also known as The Initial Friend EP. Now, for the first time in 20 years, the album will be available in limited edition vinyl and on digital platforms on October 2 via Little Record Company. Below, revisit
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Ellis is a singer-songwriter hailing from Hamilton, Ontario. With a sound that’s reminiscent of bedroom pop artists like Clairo both in its emotional directness and its dreamy, luminous arrangements – just listen to the first few seconds of ‘Pringle Creek’, the opening track of her debut LP, born again, and you might just think it’s
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Cub Sport, a Brisbane alt-pop quartet, have revealed their latest project, an album named LIKE NIRVANA. The album features 13 songs including the beautiful Be Your Man, Drive, and Confessions. Throughout this album, the group explores themes of identity, love, masculinity and religion. They are not scared to define their sound with a truly euphonious
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Not to toot our own horn, but GQ photoshoots can be pretty magical. Just ask Ramy Youssef, who collabed with GQ’s own Mobolaji Dawodu to pull together his looks for our May issue. On set, Youssef was surprised to find a confidence he didn’t usually feel on shoots—which he’s carried with him ever since. “I
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Taylor Swift has unveiled a self-directed, self-written video for her new song ‘Cardigan’, from her surprise new album folklore. Filmed during quarantine in compliance with social distancing measures, the fairytale-inspired video sees the pop singer wandering around a fantastical world with her piano, before she returns home and wraps herself in a cardigan. Watch it
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Handsome actor/model Steve Hamm has a unique story. He is a retired Army helicopter pilot who is now a “Lifeflight” pilot while also focusing on his acting and modeling career. After having served in the Army for over 23 years and being deployed to both Iraq and Afghanistan, Hamm was captured by the acting bug.
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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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