Author: Isabel Ravenna

‘Cousins For Life’ offers messages of individualism, family love and total chaos

  Original Story Nickelodeon is bringing a new cast of cousins to the table with the new series Cousins for Life. Actors Scarlet Spencer (Ivy), Ron G. (Lewis), Ishmel Sahid (Clark), Dallas Young (Stuart) and Micah Abbey (Leaf) bring an unorthodox and interesting dynamic to the greater Nickelodeon family with crazy schemes and the tales of

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Jeff Gipson creates Disney’s first-ever Virtual Reality short film, “Cycles” with the help of his Grandparents

Director Jeff Gipson (Frozen & Zootopia) brought the art of Virtual Reality (VR) to Disney with his latest short film, “Cycles.” “Cycles” premiered at the New York Film Festival Convergence on Oct. 13-14. The short is inspired by Gipson’s personal story of his childhood and relationship with his grandparents (Bert and Rae) and their home,

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The new Disney Channel is incredibly Progressive: Coop & Cami Ask the World, Andi Mack and Raven’s Home

Disney Channel has seemingly steered away from teenage wizards and singer/songwriters living “the best of both worlds” and is shifting gears to more pressing topics. While this might be surprising for those who have grown out of Disney Channel shows and have no recollection of Disney shedding light on social issues, this is the television

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33Birds: kids helping kids in their community and soon, all across the nation

17-year-old Ishwar Mukherjee, a student at Scarsdale High School in New York began a program called “33Birds” with his fifth-grade teacher in 2013 with the goal of offering benefits for underprivileged children in their local community. “33Birds,” a program “run by kids aiming to benefit kids” with use of tag sales, was started by a

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Star Wars Resistance: An entirely unique chapter in the ever-growing saga

The “Star Wars” name is returning to television once again with the new series, “Star Wars Resistance” on October 7, taking place six months before “The Force Awakens.” Starring voices by actors, Christopher Sean (“Kaz”), Suzie McGrath (“Tam”), Donald Faison (“Hype Fazon”) and Bobby Moynihan (“Orka”), “Star Wars Resistance” is introducing a new anime-inspired look

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Singer and mother Whitney Reign in her battle for stardom

Fox’s “The Four: Battle for Stardom” finalist Whitney Reign has changed her life entirely and done it all while raising her son, Levi. Reign has dreamt of pursuing a music career ever since she can remember and went from working a “normal job” to an overnight success through her appearance on “The Four” and with

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‘Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’: A fiercely original take on the iconic turtles

  Tonight, the Turtles are rising up, but this time, with a more diverse and excited cast than ever before. With Omar Miller as Raphael, Josh Brener as Donatello, Brandon Mychal Smith as Michelangelo, Ben Schwartz as Leonardo and Kat Graham as April O’Neil, in “Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” watchers are promised

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KOAD makes you want to sing at a campfire and mosh in a crowd

View Full Story Here   Sixteen-year-old rapper KOAD is defying high school norms by following a less traditional and more lyrical path to success. KOAD has appreciated his favorite tracks since he was as young as 5-years-old and eventually began making music in eighth grade, ultimately using the art to get his honesty heard. For

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Kiwi Singer, Robinson has nothing to regret and encourages young people to follow their dreams

Full Version  The 21-year-old singer/songwriter, Robinson (first name Anna) has been singing and writing music ever since she can remember and now has people listening to her songs worldwide due to the success of “Nothing to Regret.” Within two days of this song’s release, it had quickly reached 300,000 streams across Spotify apps worldwide. Since,

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Ayo & Teo’s Career: Music, fashion, XXXTentacion’s tribute and more

VISIT FULL ARTICLE HERE Two brothers from Michigan, Ayo and Teo started out by uploading videos of them dancing online and within the span of two years, they had released a viral song, “Rolex” and moved to Atlanta to pursue their dancing and music career. Within the beginning of their career, they had danced in

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Arielle Martinez Cohen and Zero Hour in their battle against climate change

  16-year-old, Arielle Martinez Cohen organized Zero Hour LA in her battle to bring awareness and make a difference in climate change. Cohen, whose parents raised her with a sensitivity toward the topic of climate change, intends to raise awareness to the cause among citizens and government officials. Read full article here

Dave Lory, Manager of Late Jeff Buckley, Shares Buckley’s Truth after 20 Years of Silence

Watch full-length Interview with Dave Lory here:                Author of the book, “Jeff Buckley: From Hallelujah to Last Goodbye,” Dave Lory speaks out after 19 years of the rock star, Jeff Buckley’s passing. Lory was his manager throughout Buckley’s career until his tragic death by drowning in the Mississippi

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Heidi Blickenstaff and Cozi Zuehlsdorff Star in Disney Channel’s “Freaky Friday” the Musical

Watch Video Interview Here:   This August, Disney Channel is airing “Freaky Friday” the Musical, starring Heidi Blickenstaff and Cozi Zuehlsdorff. The beloved story between mother and daughter, featuring a magical body-swap has been brought to screens since Disney’s creation in 1976, However, this year, Disney has added a musical twist to the classic. The

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Zhavia Ward Talks “Candlelight,” her new EP and Success after “The Four”

Watch Video Interview Here:      A former participant of FOX’s competition series, “The Four: Battle for Stardom” Zhavia Ward, launched her career forward when releasing her first original song, “Candlelight” on July 26. Like many rising stars, Ward experienced feelings of discouragement and defeat, which pushed her to write her new single. The song,

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The 2018 ‘Saved by the Bell’ experience: A 90s kid’s dream come true

Every 90s kid’s favorite show has become a reality. From now until September, Legendary diner, the Max from hit TV show “Saved by the Bell,” has opened a shop on Santa Monica Blvd. in West Hollywood. Adults who watched “Saved by the Bell” religiously as a teenager, dreaming of attending Bayside High School, being called

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Cultural Sashes: one graduate’s project toward change one gallon at a time

For many students, graduation is a celebration of accomplishment and hard work. For Sebastian Araujo, a recently graduated senior at Canoga Park High School, graduation was also a celebration of family history, heritage and immigration. The ceremony, held for graduating students of both Canoga Park High School and Owensmouth Extension School created an environment for

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How Mother’s Day in Nicaragua went from a Peaceful Demonstration to an Angry Bloodbath

Nicaraguans from all over the country assembled on Mother’s Day, May 30, to honor women who lost children in the last six weeks. Police officers once again arrived at the peaceful demonstration to attack. Officials sniped the crowds, killing and injuring civilians. “The purpose of the march was to show support to the 92 mothers

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Attention, Educators: Students Want Change

In a world where schools are becoming more competitive and standards are higher than ever, students are trying to survive the pressure of maintaining a balanced social life while preparing themselves for a successful future. Many struggling to find a happy-medium express that they are not content with the environment and system of the American

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