Now, more than ever before, our daily lives encounter more digital time than we know what to do with. But what happens when your digital platforms also become your career? Is there a balance between real life and what’s seen on screen or in your feed? And if that world is how you build your business, how do you make sure you don’t lose yourself in it? We talked with new author, Jacey Duprie, about what it means to be authentic in front of a digital audience and what she discusses in her newly released book, “Liking Myself Back”.
LA-based queer alt-pop/R&B artist, CLAY, returns with the release of her sophomore EP Breathing Into Bloom, which features her collaboration with Alessia Cara on “WTSGD” (When The Sun Goes Down) — a track that has surpassed 1.7M Spotify streams since its release in March. The single follows her first single of this project, “ARTERY,” which gave listeners an upbeat track juxtaposed with candid and raw lyrics. The album takes listeners through a soulful and reflective journey of healing, with hopes of creating art for others to use for their own healing.
This Manhattanite is a trans woman known as the New York Downtown IT Girl, as she brings the world together one dancefloor at a time. Her name, Linux, originated from the operating system, which is open-sourced. Unlike Apple or Microsoft, Linux has virtually no rules or limitations. Therefore, anything you want to create, can be created with Linux.
A moment with Bjorn Van Den Berg, bespoke jewelry designer. His wearable art has been worn by Gwen Stefani, Nicki Minaj and Ciara.
Carolina Sala began working as a theater actress at a very young age, training at the Lorenzo Da Ponte Academy and in 2018 made her debut as a protagonist in the Rai hit, “Single Pieces” directed by Cinzia Th-Torrini. The following year she was chosen for the role of Sara in, “The War is Over” by Michele Soavi and later for the role of the young Rita Levi Montalcini in the fiction film dedicated to the Nobel Prize in medicine, “Rita Levi Montalcini” directed by Alberto Negrin.
Indian born, Veronica Tharmalingam, grew up in a culture where women were and are limited in their ability to simply be. Tharmalingam possesses a certain quality that allows her the freedom to move beyond those constraints and create a body of art that reflects her culture with the hope of tomorrow.