The Earth’s oceans make up more than 70 per cent of the planet, and we’ve only just barely begun to explore them. Despite the fact that human beings have been sailing the seas for hundreds of years, we have only seen about 5 per cent of every thing it holds. There’s a lot of deep, dark environments, animals, and mysteries lurking down there, in other words.
Self + Medicine is the second release for singer/songwriter Sykamore. The native of Carseland, Alberta has been recording since 2012, and released her debut album PETAL in 2013. Sykamore has spent a lot of time between then and now on the road honing her stage presence opening for acts like Adam Cohen, Miranda Lambert, and Paul Brandt.
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Getting a shot at a Marvel superhero role is one of those once-in-a-lifetime chances to make gold out of the roller coaster ride that is an acting career. And, sometimes, those casting directors make exactly the right choices. After all, who could possibly have done a better job at playing Tony Stark than Robert Downey, Jr.? It’s hard to imagine a more perfect Thor than Chris Hemsworth or a more convincing Cap than Chris Evans.
Awkward family photos — we’ve all got them, or maybe they’re hiding at mom and dad’s place, waiting to be taken out and displayed at gatherings of the clan on holidays. For most of us, that’s about as public as they become. When you’re a celebrity, though, those horrible old pics are just more fodder for the insatiable appetites of fans and haters alike.
Movie heroes played by real life villains. It’s not that the idea is surprising or even unexpected. They do call it acting for a reason. And movie heroes, whether they are the superhero champions of cartoons or meant to be grittier and more realistic, are the epitome of Hollywood fantasy – the dude who can fist fight his way out of a gang of bad guys. The exotic mutant team who saves the world. We’re not expecting realism here.
Hillbilly weddings have a look and design aesthetic all of their own — it’s not surprising. The hillbilly lifestyle is a true American cultural phenomenon. It has roots in Appalachia and the Ozark region, but has often been used to describe the type of life lived in the largely rural areas of the country from Ohio to Florida. It’s a lifestyle based around the outdoors and life in the country, whether it’s farming, fishing, hunting or other woodsy activity.