Friedrich Nietzsche once said: "we must have chaos within to give birth to a dancing star." As the chaos rages on, the Moderation Team at Vocal has continued to see an influx of creative ideas from our talented community, proving that chaos does, in fact, inspire.
More and more people are going meatless, and it's not just a fleeting trend. However, different people make dietary changes in different ways and at a different pace. Some choose to gradually reduce certain foods while others prefer to make a 180 degree shift in their diet all at once. Some find a comfortable place in the middle, while others find it impossible to compromise.
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Whether you love it or hate it when musicians cover other artists songs, it's been a long-going tradition ever since the music industry begun. Covers are everywhere through Youtube videos, karaoke nights and your local church session. There are good covers and bad covers. A good cover will bring a whole new life into a song like Placebo's cover of Kate Bush's Running Up That Hill. It can even make people forget that it's a cover at all like Sinead O'Connor's Nothing Compares 2 U.
In recent months there has been a shift in this nation. After the death of George Floyd, a lot of Americans began rethinking racism. The country trio Lady Antebellum changed their name to Lady A because the monicker was tied to the days of slavery. There were many reflections upon social justice and one of them was HBO stating they would no longer air the 1939 classic Gone With the Wind. Younger generations have expressed being troubled by what they considered as racist overtones in the movie that would not be appropriate today. Older people of all races who grew up watching the film feel differently about it. Before we give this legendary movie to the "Cancel Culture" let us first consider the African Americans who were part of the cast.
Sterling Chandler, the teenage music and fashion photographer took to Instagram last Saturday sharing incredible behind the scenes images from a recent mini film series for Dazed Magazine and Gucci. Sterling was the Behind the Scenes photographer in addition to Assistant Director.