Creative Memories

20 Feb 19
The DMV Daily

Global fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld passed away today at the age of 85. The Chanel fashion house of Paris confirmed this news to CBS News on Tuesday.

20 Feb 19
Cinemasters

Overall Review                  Cinemaster Score: 9.8/10 It’s easy to see why Coraline is such a fan favorite. Every single detail in this film is made with so much care and innovation in mind. With its beautfiul setting, unique characters, and its ability to charm us with its dark story […]

20 Feb 19
Scribal Council

Airdate: April 17, 2008 Boot: Ozzy Lusth Quote: “Just because you’ve gotten on everybody’s nerves don’t mean a donut is going to make it better. You really can’t expect to appease everybody over a donut. So if you tempt somebody with a donut and they say, ‘Oh yeah, sure,’ they might just have wanted a […]

20 Feb 19
P.M. News

Popular celebrities such as Kris Jenner, Victoria Beckham, as well as supermodels and fashion editors have paid their heartfelt tributes to the late fashion icon, Karl Lagerfeld. The superstar designer died at 85 in Paris, on Tuesday morning from pancreatic cancer. Lagerfeld was best known for his association with Chanel, but delivered collections for LVMH’s […]

20 Feb 19
AnalytiXon

What A.I. Isn’t It isn’t intuitive, creative, inspired, generalized, or conscious. Will it ever be like us? Will it ever think like us? As I study data science I learn a little more about artificial intelligence each day. I practice wielding the tools in my machine learning tool box, and I read articles?-?and the more […]

20 Feb 19
Camera Jabber

There’s a wide array of features to consider, and choosing the best flashgun for your camera and photographic needs can feel overwhelming.

20 Feb 19
Chuchu

“You are so mature for your age,are you sure you are 21?”, I get this a lot,like a lot and I’ll tell you why though. Ladies and gentlemen, my name is Chuchu,and I’m an introvert. You’re probably asking yourself why people think I’m “too mature for my age” Well, firstly, I tend to circulate more […]

20 Feb 19
Meds and the Reasons for Them

Right now, I’m listening to Apple’s Smashing Pumpkins Essentials playlist. It starts off with “1979,” one of the most chill and heartfelt songs I’ve ever heard. The soft echo of the instrumentals and Billy Corgan’s whispering vocals bring me back to a trip I took to Chicago in the summer of 2009. I had taken […]

20 Feb 19
French Horn at Midnight

Music makes us human. It connects us and expresses emotions that have no words. It tells stories without uttering a single word, and it’s beautiful. Music has shaped my life for what it is, and only because I was so determined to fight for it, I got it.

20 Feb 19
Heart Him

Let me just get this painful sentence out of the way: we got a minivan. Yes we did. I love it. It’s got this DVD player for Grayson to watch is beloved Paw Patrol (judge me for the screen time). So Ryan and I now have these amazing uninterrupted conversations. You’re not alone, I had […]

20 Feb 19
through the luminary lens

  British Columbia Coast Mountain Range and the Salish Sea – Charles Brandt photo   “Somehow we must come to realize that the earth is not merely a resource for human exploitation, but that it is a gift, a holy gift, that has a vastly deeper worth than its value as purely an economic commodity. […]