Here are some interesting facts about human trafficking and an organization that is doing something about it!

27 million people are enslaved worldwide 100,000 American children are trafficked for commercial sex each year 12-13 is the average age of entry into sex trade in the US 2 children are sold every minute worldwide 1 [...]

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FOR THE GOOD is a service based organization offering screen printing and design with the sole purpose of working  for the good of those in need.

The owners of FTG felt called to use their gifts to help bring awareness and raise funds for organizations that are making a difference every day [...]

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On December 10, 1948 the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted and proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights which was and still is a milestone document in the history of human rights.

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Rad stuff is happening at TRR and I want to tell you about it.

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Rock For A Difference Los Angeles  is a rock concert series aimed at improving  Los Angeles  and features different bands that are helping this non-profit organization. Every Thursday in May concerts will be put on by Decoded and will present to you, bands that have talent and know how to rock. In each show [...]

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Sirah is an up and coming female rapper/singer from my beloved town Hollywood! This girls got the ‘X’ factor without question. Check out her great music video for “Double Yellow Line”, and if you like what you hear, be sure to follow her on Twitter.

 

 

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Tall Poppy Records is the creation of renaissance woman, Lee Lindsey. The independent record label which has now branched into Poppy Cafe embodies everything that Lindsey herself represents: passion, a love for nurturing and supporting great music, and family.

What started off as an independent label and recording studio in London, England, soon sprouted off [...]

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The Trouble With Denim

On December 10, 2011 By

Denim has been around for quite some time now. Almost every single American owns a pair of jeans. Whether they are baggy, skinny, boot cut, or low rise, we all have a favorite. There have been so many changes with the way denim is made that it seems at some point it started to get [...]

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In this new series, we’ll take a look at the good, the bad and maybe some of the ugly who upload their dreams, hoping to catch the ear of the right person in the music biz. It’s up to you to decide if they have a long career in the music business ahead of them, or if they should just give it up and commit to their job at Starbucks. First up: Karmin.

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For a long time now, I’ve failed to discuss groups of bands that I have been utterly obsessed with and really feel should get far more recognition than I’m seeing. And since Creator-Destructor is responsible for some of my favorites, I’d like to discuss them all briefly so you can get an understanding of why I am so head-over-heels for their releases.

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“Cameo Lover” is a mix of captivating vocals, a sunny and bright track and intriguing lyrics. The video captures the effervescence of the song and Kimbra’s retro prettiness and quirky performance style is a breath of fresh air.

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While some artists may not appreciate their songs reworked by others, that wasn’t the case with Mark Owen. He liked Pomplamoose’s cover of his song “Makin’ Out” so much, he had them perform it at his 2008 wedding.

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