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Teri Anderson: Crossing the Boundary of Fine Art and Craft

Teri Anderson is an artist who blends various mediums to expand her own perspective, as well as her audiences’, through her multidimensional, abstract, and geometric depictions.

Recently, we spoke to Anderson via email to learn more about her work as well as her background as an artist.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #42: The Bronze Age on Being “People People”

The Bronze Age is a blow-your-speakers-out rock band based out of Raleigh, N.C. that launched two years ago. Their music is a powerful blend of rock-genre elements that’s driven by their heart and soul. At their core, The Bronze Age are “people-people” who seek to truly connect with their audiences.

Following the release of their latest single, “Don’t Worry, It’ll Only Hurt For A Second” in September, the band is gearing up to record their debut album in November.

On Saturday, we reached out to Jesse and Austin to learn more about their debut album and U.S. tour in 2020.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #41: Professional Smiler Cassidy King on Being Okay with Not Being Okay

Pop artist Cassidy King explores what it means to “fake it ’till you make it” when everything’s far from picture perfect in her latest, empowering single, “Professional Smiler.”

Recently, we spoke to King via telephone to learn more about what it means to be a “Professional Smiler.” We also got a behind the scenes glimpse into the music video for the track and learned more about the vibrant, refreshingly honest, delightfully candid singer.

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How Plants Think: The Controversy of Consciousness

Unencumbered by words and semantics, plants express themselves through their luscious leaves and abundant blooms, which are the result of carefully calculated survival tactics that almost seem “thought out.”

These physical characteristics can tell human observers a lot about how the plant is doing; whether it needs more water or sunlight, warmth or humidity, and so forth – but, plants don’t have eyes like we do. They don’t have brains like ours, yet research shows they possess intelligence.

How far does that intelligence go? Do plants “think?”

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