Melanie Lynskey, Sienna Miller, Nicholas Braun, Zazie Beetz and More Dressed as Their Favorite TV Characters in W Magazine’s Third Annual TV Portfolio

Melanie Lynskey, Sienna Miller, Nicholas Braun, Zazie Beetz and More Dressed as Their Favorite TV Characters in W Magazine’s Third Annual TV Portfolio

Posted on August 16, 2022 In celebration of a year of incredible television, W Magazine released their third annual TV Portfolio in which they asked 21 of the most sought-after and influential television stars of the moment to pay homage to their favorite small screen characters by stepping into their shoes. Anson Boon as James … Read more

The Healthy Food Movement Comes To Kenya’s Tea Capital

The Healthy Food Movement Comes To Kenya’s Tea Capital

Jackline Cherono walks in from tending to her acre of tea in Ainamoi, a settlement in Kenya’s Kericho County where she works as a lead farmer. The lettering, “Toror Tea Factory” embroidered on her iridescent yellow jumpsuit pops out against the vibrant greens of dense Camellia sinensis leaves. Jackline’s confident, wise and upbeat personality disguises … Read more

The Love Horoscope For Each Zodiac Sign On Wednesday, August 17, 2022

The Love Horoscope For Each Zodiac Sign On Wednesday, August 17, 2022

For Wednesday’s love and relationship horoscope by zodiac sign, resident astrologer, Aria Gmitter shares how current astrological events affect you on August 17, 2022. RELATED: The 4 Zodiac Signs Who Fall Out Of Love & End Their Relationships, August 15 – 21, 2022 Read on for what love horoscope has in store for your zodiac … Read more

‘Eli Winter’ Album Review: A Visionary Young Guitarist

‘Eli Winter’ Album Review: A Visionary Young Guitarist

Eli Winter understood exactly where he belonged. Entranced by Steve Gunn’s Tiny Desk Concert and Jack Rose’s Kensington Blues as a Houston teenager, Winter once wrote to the great North Carolina psych/folk/noise label Three Lobed Recordings to inquire about working together on a record someday. Upon graduating from high school he enrolled at the University of Chicago, placing him in a city where his chosen discipline of American primitive fingerstyle guitar has intersected with other styles in stirring and fascinating ways. That city’s history — and some of the many talented players it has produced — comes to bear on Winter’s new self-titled album, his third overall and first for Three Lobed. In a sense it is the culmination of his masterplan, even as it sounds like multiple exciting futures opening up before him.

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