Born the year the Berlin Wall fell. 11 years old on 9/11. 18 when the economy crashed. 21 when they occupied Wall Street. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is one of us.
The grand theories about what has infected society are meaningless to the individual at or near the end of the line. Those people need solutions now. Not your pseudo-philosophical bullshit.
You’ve seen the signs everywhere. Now, meet Jay Luchs, the most successful, and arguably the most mysterious commercial real estate broker in Los Angeles.
Relationship issues, divorce, family problems, toxic environments, job search difficulties, and questionable friendships are just some factors that contribute to this generation’s overwhelming experience of shame, depression, confusion, anxiety, and deep sadness.
People say IN-Q’s words are as powerful as music itself. But how? And what exactly is he writing about?
This carefully-curated list of creative leaders is the third installment of a 3-part series on Influencers To Watch In 2018.
This carefully-curated list of media tastemakers is the second installment of a 3-part series on Influencers To Watch In 2018.
This carefully-curated list of founders and CEOs is the first installment of a 3-part series on Influencers To Watch In 2018.
Amanda De Cadenet—founder of GirlGaze, host of her own talk show The Conversation, and author of It’s Messy: on Boys, Boobs, and Badass Women—tells Beyond The Interview what parents of today need to be aware of, and how both men and women can move forward in a post-#MeToo world.
"Turns out, I fell backwards into creating high-intensity interval training and the scientific approach to fitness."
The professional talker is too busy selling out comedy shows on his tour to let anyone affect his game—not network executives, not the trolls on Instagram, and certainly not his own ego.
Sarah Noorian Aszkenazy of Social Sarahmony dishes on what it takes to get hired in the cut-throat world of social media marketing.
At the palatial residence of Ghada Irani, "Visionary Women" tackled the refugee crisis and its impact on women and girls.
The TV host and journalist reveals her tips for getting noticed in the biz and how to know your value while sticking with your integrity.
Trump's messaging is nothing short of brilliant. Racist, fascist, White Supremacist, Misogynistic, Xenophobic. But also maybe brilliant?
You don't need to spend $1 million on converting your entire house into a zero-waste system. We're talking Simple. Daily. Choices. And once you start, these choices will become a fluid part of the lifestyle you already live and love.
Western Medicine tends to treat the disease, not the patient. And it tends to ignore the importance of diet and lifestyle on health. Are you worried yet? Because we are.
"I doubt that most of these supplements, if any, have been produced by dietitians or doctors, let alone been recommended by one."
"Inmates make their own tampons. They rip apart strips from extra large pads and twist them between their fingers. Then they roll and wrap the fabric, tying it into a knot with enough extra fabric to pull from."
How does marketing fare in 2018 among Instagram posts, influencer events, gift bags, and more? RIOT Media founder Alyssa Baker walks us through the trends.
Kirman is, by his own admission, a magnet for the rich and famous: "I never get shy around wealthy people or celebrities." In fact, he becomes more open. "Sometimes my own candor shocks me."
“If you’re one of those people who secretly thinks: ‘I just want people to love me and give me constant likes and comments on my photos,’ then I’m afraid you’re in for a rude awakening.”
"History is a history of human beings: insecure, angry, intelligent and ignorant human beings, and I do everything I can to teach them to learn from the mistakes of others, especially mine."
"A lot of the creative things I do are driven by other people and their lives, and the concept of strangers. You pass so many people every day who are going through problems and breakups and deaths, all similar things that you are going through, but you're never going to know those stories, or you're never going to know that person."
The common denominator among the high-powered, high-ranking women Sandy Grigsby—founder of Brio Five, a portrait photography and branding studio—photographs is that they truly don’t believe they’re as beautiful as they really are.