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MaiteTV, Marcel Granier y mi sueño de trabajar en RCTV ¿Se hará realidad?
Mientras revisaba mi YouTube Studio, a ver si POR FÍN puedo personalizar el URL de mi canal, encontré el video de Maite que inmediatamente toma mi atención. El thumbnail dice “¿Vuelve RCTV?” y tenía que verlo. Ya había descargado la app de RCTV, pero no tenía ni idea de los planes que hay para el futuro. En esta entrevista Maite Delgado y Dr. Marcel Granier hablan de cómo se han tenido que adaptar, como la manera que consumimos contenido ha cambiado a través de los años, y la interactividad de la aplicación. ¿Será que no es tarde? ¿Será que como…
My Brain, Explained: Creativity, Wild Ideas, and Where the F* Do I Go From Here?
Building saltï, a drag and metaverse character of a reggaeton and trap sensation, is it possible? Read as I try to understand my brain, organize my RV, and figure out if I can make it happen after watching The Mind, Explained Season 2.
Accepting face masks: There is no going back to ‘normal’ for Western nations.
Back in May, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) said that vaccinated people could safely go without masks in most places. Then, in June, the World Health Organization says — Not that fast! And it recommends we continue wearing a mask due to the rise of the Delta variant. All of this as movie theaters are opening back up and concerts are starting to happen.
What Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Death Reminded Me About Being An American.
I will never forget this moment in Washington, DC. Freshly American, enjoying my free afternoon at the National Portrait Gallery. I felt like a kid. I was getting to explore history through art and enjoy the art that represented important figures that fought for equal rights and women like Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Her death has defined 2020 as a much darker, uncertain, and profoundly transformative period than it already was. And, as I got much more demoralized and defeated as the time has passed, I have also been thinking about that day that I became an American,…
Art in the Times of Coronavirus: Would Tiktok dances be the art that we are remembered for?
My thought lately has been: is there going be fantastic art as a result of this COVID19 pandemic? remembered as we remember Munch or Keith? Or would these times be only defined by The Renegade? So many questions.
broken heart aesthetic: clothing, editorial, and more.
The weird idea of doing this broken-hearted clothing line, and even the editorial or the Instagram filter, happened suddenly after I created this illustration. I realized that lately, I’ve been craving the need to develop more designs and make creative crap to maintain myself inspired. This got me started.
When your heart is broken, there is nothing else to do but to embrace what comes with it. And, it would be best if you didn’t think about the chest pain after a break-up or the uncertainty of being brokenhearted. Think about the feeling of empowerment that this new opportunity brings you. A bittersweet chance to do, and feel, something better. That’s what these broken heart pics represent. Photography & Editing: Leo M. DavisModel: @tallbitchcecilia Get this crop-top at the @justsoantsy shop! Embracing the pain, confusion, and revelations that come from being heartbroken in a grungy, sweet, and comedic way.…
Last-minute Black Friday Snatches
Browsing Society6.com I came across a few items that deserve mentioning since you might be able to get some sweet deals like 30% off and free shipping for Black Friday on everything. Check them out:
Back on July 23rd,1926, Troy was hit with one of the hottest heatwaves in the history of the city. The world looked like it was ending, and staying in and having that last glass of wine at home seemed like the best option.