Director Dekel Berenson’s latest short film, Ashmina, didn’t exactly happen overnight. For five years, he set out on an adventure to explore the far ends of the world such as the North Pole and Mount Everest. It was on that trip to Nepal, in 2014, that inspired his latest, thought-provoking film. While in the country’s second largest city, Pokhara, to finish his training as a paragliding pilot, he encountered several local children who left a lasting impression on the UK/Israeli-based filmmaker.
Fredericksburg, Virginia—Kennedy O’Neal has a lot to be proud of these days. After her recent appearance on Good Morning America, sales of the Faith Baptist School kindergartner's debut book, The Adventures of Super Kennedy: Saving and Investing, have surpassed more than 10,000 copies. Kennedy and her dad, Chris O’Neal, released the book in mid-March to a positive reception—both locally and nationally.
The 60th annual Grammy Awards are done and over with, now it’s time to look ahead to the future. Of course, we are talking about the 2019 Grammy Awards. The upcoming 61st Grammy Awards will descend upon Los Angeles again, likely sometime in mid-February 2019 at the Staples Center.
San Fernando Valley, California—Josh and Matt Axelman will be the first to admit that they are both hardcore political news junkies. From reading Donald Trump’s never-ending Twitter rants about the “fake media” or the continual saga involving Hillary Clinton’s controversial emails, the two brothers can’t help but stay glued to the real-life soap opera that has become American politics.
KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI—To say that Emma Jo’s sophomore album is long overdue is an understatement. She was just 15-years-old when she released her first solo record, Waiting to be Heard. More than ten years later, the folkabilly singer is back with a powerful new album packed with raw emotion, profound lyrics, and heartfelt melodies. Appropriately titled Brave, her second record is slated for an April 7th, 2018 release, and she couldn’t be more excited.
FREDERICKSBURG, VIRGINIA—Kennedy O’Neal may only be 5-years-old, but this kindergartener already understands the importance of saving money at a young age. Her fascination with money actually started while she was still in diapers. As a toddler, she began stashing money away in her piggy bank and would always on the prowl for loose change in the couch or car to add to her collection.