BROOKLYN, NEW YORK—Let’s face it. First dates can be nerve-racking—especially when the bill finally arrives at the end of a meal. Who pays? The reality is there’s no clear-cut etiquette on who picks up the dreaded first date tab.
What happens when the musical maestro himself, Boom Dice, and LP Giobbi, one of the leading women in the electronic music scene, pair up? Beautiful music happens, that’s what. The dynamic duo recently released their high-energy dance track, “Ready to Go,” and it’s sure to be a chart climber. But don’t just take our word for it. Listen to it here now.
After spending 30 years in the insurance industry, David Schwartzman hasn’t exactly stayed idle since retiring. He’s discovered a new passion—painting, and it just so happens, he is really good at it, too.
Author Patrick Ehler knows what it’s like to hit rock bottom, and live a life that’s spiraling out of control. For years, he battled severe depression only made worse by anxiety and panic attacks, alcoholism, drug abuse, and prostitution. Just when he thought any chance of a normal life was impossible, an accident resulting in electric shock gave him the wake up call that he needed to turn his life around once and for all.
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI—Aretha Henry, the soulful southern belle who hails from the “Magnolia State,” is one artist who isn’t afraid to speak her truth. On her latest album, Mrs. Jones, Henry gets up close and personal, pouring her raw emotion into every single track.
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK— Individuals whose New Year’s resolution is to eat healthier and say “no” to processed foods and refined sugar can soon draw meal inspiration from some of their favorite professional athletes. HowUdish is partnering with professional athletes and olympians to change the way users think about food. The app announced its partnerships with Dani Speegle (Competitive Fitness Athlete), Brandon Marshall (NFL), Bobby Portis (NBA), Jordan Burroughs (wrestling), Cat Zingano (MMA), and Queen Harrison (track and field) today.