Brittany Reese

Public Relations/Writer/Photographer

I love to write about and capture the world. My camera and notebook are never far from me. I also have an interest in public relations. Communication is all around us. From photographs, to mobile applications, and even cereal boxes. No matter what form of media is used, one thing remains the same: It's all about Communication.

See the world on exhibit at a time - FRESHDAILY INC

Creating art is a way to document history. Visit these Fresh exhibitions across the globe to learn about life long ago and about current events around the world. The Metropolitan Museum of Art will have the The Kongo Power and Majesty exhibit September 18, 2015-January 3, 2016.

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Suspect of at AME Church Charleston Shooting Admits Desire to Start Race War

According to CNN, Dylann Roof admitted to shooting and killing the nine people at the AME church, and reveals that he wanted a race war. CNN reveals a recount of Joey Meek, Roof's roommates: His roommate told ABC News that Roof was "big into segregation." And the Berkeley County, South Carolina, government tweeted a picture...

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Press Release: Charcoal Sketches of the Invisible Man "humanbeyondrepair " album drops April 15th

Charcoal Sketches of the Invisible Man will release humanbeyondrepair, the first volume of the Aspergers trilogy, on April 15th. Charcoal Sketches describes one song from his album "Mr. Spock's Illegitimate Children", by saying "To those familiar with the character, Spock is a half-Vulcan. Vulcans are human-like creatures who favor reason and logic over emotion.

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Updated News: AME Shooter Suspect Found

Dylann Roof, suspect in the AME shooting that took place Wednesday, has been found. Roof, 21-year-old from Eastover, S.C., was taken into taken into police custody Thursday morning. According to the Washington Post, his arrest occurred "during a traffic stop in Shelby, N.C., just after 11 a.m.

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AME Church Shooter Still At Large

Early Thursday morning it was confirmed that 9 members of Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, a historic African-American church in downtown Charleston, were shot and killed while attending bible study on Wednesday. According to the Washington Post, " At least one other person was injured in the Wednesday night assault, which began about an hour after...

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Oh My Clone: Orphan Black's reflection of life

Clonies and Sestra's all of over the world were happy to see the clones continue on Orphan Black as they journey through life and take down anyone who desires to eliminate and or control their world. While the show is supernatural showing focusing on several clones, the themes of the show relate to daily life.

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Legend of the Mantamaji 14 City Book Tour

Eric Dean Seaton's graphic novel Legend of Mantamji began a 14 city book tour. He began the tour in San Francisco. Eric was also on the Long Beach Expo Indie Comics Panel. Eric stopped at the Wonder Con in Anaheim, California (April 3-5),. Then he traveled to the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo [C2E2] (April 24-26), where...

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Music Review: humanbeyondrepair by Charcoal Sketches of the Invisible Man

Wednesday, April 15th Charcoal Sketches of the Invisible Man humanbeyondrepair released the first volume of the Aspergers trilogy. The first track after the introduction is The Aliens Have Landed, a track that explains the how others tend to treat people who have Aspergers Syndrome. The song explains how others tend to treat people with the...

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National Poetry Month: Poetry Tours

National Poetry Month already has offered so many insightful resources to honor the spirit of poetry. The Poetry Foundation provides a list of poetry tours for everyone to enjoy! Each poetry tour has online and walking tours available. The Washington, DC Tour, narrated by Archibald MacLeish, Paul Laurence Dunbar, and Elizabeth Bishop, along with other great poets....

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#31DaysofWomenMakingHistory Valerie Steele Interview

Today's second interview is with Valerie Steele, director of The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology .Valerie has made a major impact on the world of fashion and fashion studies. She studied history for her undergraduate and graduate degrees, focusing on fashion history; during a time when fashion history was seen a as a trivial field of study.

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#31Daysof Women Making History: Ileaa Swift Interview

Throughout the month of March, in honor of Women's History Month, we'll be interviewing women from various backgrounds and disciplines. Today's first interview is with entrepreneur Ileaa Swift. Uncanny Pop: What first interest you in business and later in the travel industry? Ileaa Swift: I started my own wedding and event planning business when I was 17,...

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Graphic Novel Release: Eric Dean Seaton's Legend of the Mantamaji: Book Three Launch

TV director Eric Dean Seaton's graphic novel Legend of the Mantamaji: Book Three officially launched Feb. 11. Legend of Mantamaji a "three-book graphic novel series whose sweeping tale of magic and mystery, heroes and villains, has a fresh look, a modern setting-and an ancient beat," describes the Legend of Mantamaji website.

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Review: DreamWorks Penguins Of Madagascar Comic #3

Publisher: Titan Comics Format: Color Pages: 32 Cover and Art by Egle Bartolini Written by Jim Alexander Big Top If you're familiar with the Madagascar movies and the Penguins of Madagascar show, then you will love this comic. Vivid colors provided by the art of and corky story created by Jim Alexander, takes the reader on a journey that...

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New Year Goals

It's that time of year again. Celebrating with friends, toasting to the new year and the dreaded new year resolutions will soon take life. Loss weight, saving money seem to be favorite resolutions. Changing the word resolutions to goals can make those desires for 2015 seem more achievable.

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Empire Explodes on the Scene

If you like fast pace shows that develop back stories as they move, then you may love Empire. The show centers around Lucious Lyon (portrayed by Terrence Howard) with a dream of music stardom, Cookie Lyon (portrayed by Taraji P. Henson) a wife that loves her husband and family completely and children that get caught in the highs...

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Superhero Movies Release Dates

This summer will bring several awesome superhero movies such as Avengers: Age of Ultron and Star Wars: Episode VII. But what are superhero movies that will be released later this year and for years to come? Superherostuff has compiled a list that will keep you ready for the latest superhero films! visit for the complete list!

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'Supergirl' found: CBS casts 'Glee' actress

Originally posted on Inside TV: [ew_image url="" credit="" align="none"]After an extensive search, CBS has cast its Supergirl. The network has signed Glee actress Melissa Benoist in the starring role of Kara Zor-El in its series version of the classic comic-book story.

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UPop Gift Guide Part 7: Geek

Here are the perfect gifts that will have the receiver totally Geeking out! 1.) Music Note Bottle Opener For the music lover in your life, the gift that keeps on giving! It even has a magnet on the back so you can keep it on your fridge! 2.) 3D Darth Vader Mug...

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Review: Sleepy Hollow Magazine

Sleepyheads everywhere will love this magazine! It opens from a letter from the the co-creators explaining that they have come to think of their version of events as "Twistory" history with a twist. They also thank all the fans, who are affectionately called Sleepyheads, for supporting the show.

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Music Review: Elena Ovalle's "Shoot Me Down"

Drumming fingers on tables, dancing to live music, and light shining through colored sometimes not so rosy glasses, embodies the Pop/Blues/Soul singer and songwriter, Elena Ovalle's single "Shoot Me Down." "Shoot Me Down" opens with keyboards and sweet guitar riffs, then develops into lovely chords and catchy lyrics that will have listeners singing the words before the...

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AHS Freakshow: Test of Strength Recap

This episode opens with Jimmy explaining to the girls that they need to get away from Dandy. Bette still believes that Dandy rescued the people from the clown but Dot still insist that he is lying. Jimmy convinces the twins to come back to the camp.

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Rock City Kicks

"We're not a town, we are a city."

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AHS Freakshow: Bullseye Recap

This episode opens with Elsa ordering the knife wheel be put in the main tent. Elsa throws knives at the freaks to practice her skills. Elsa says to herself, "I know how to stay off the wheel, I control my faith," as she keeps throwing knifes at the wheel.

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How to Get Away With Murder: He Deserved to Die Recap

This episode opens with the familiar Bonfire scene. We see Wes carry Rebecca off away. She is covered in blood. He cleans her up and they kiss each other. Then we move to the team briefing Rebecca for trial where she makes a joke saying that she "followed Lila to the roof and strangled her and...

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AHS Freakshow: Pink Cupcakes Recap

There were so many spectacular moments in this episode! Dandy and his mother burying Dora. Then the episode moves to Stan the Man talking to the charming Maggie about his plan to round up the freaks and put them on display for big bucks. After her encounter with Twisty, Maggie is shaken up about the...

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The Battle Begins: (Recap) How to Get Away with Murder Let's Get to Snooping

Shonda does it again! Just when you think no more build up can happen, more flashbacks and reveals leave the audience beyond the edge of their seats. They are on the floor! The episode opens with the "chosen ones" digging a whole. We later see Sam's cold body laying on the ground.

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Throw Your Shade

Story about melanin and sun care

Gabby Douglas means USA Gold: Has that been forgotten?

Days ago, stories featuring Gabby were overwhelmingly positive, giving her praise for her gold in the individual all-around gymnastics competition. Now stories cloud her victory with headlines, such as "Fatigued Gabby Douglas faulters in uneven bar, no medal," by USA Today.

Student Loan Freeze Leaves Puddles

Congress reached a pivotal decision Friday, June 29 regarding the freezing of subsidized student loans. Congress approval will benefit college students, as the loan freeze will last a year until July 2013, according to The Washington Post. Federal subsidized student loan rates will remain at 3.4 percent for another year, rather than leaping to a staggering 6.8 percent.

Vivacious Villains: Gotham's Fish and How to get Away with Murder's Annalise

Fall shows certainly have been captured by the smirk of women villains! Gotham set the pace early with its introduction of the Fish Mooney, a mob boss in the city of Gotham that means business. Played by Jada Pinkett Smith, this character oozes sexuality, yet has a fierce side that cautions others not to cross her or she will hang them in the meat locker.

War Vet Suspected in Sikh Temple Shooting

Wade Michael Page On the heels of devastation executed during Dark Knight Massacre, another shooting took place at Sikh temple in Milwaukee Sunday morning. The Sikh temple shooting is being labeled as a "domestic terrorist-type of incident." The shooting left at least seven people dead, including the gunman.

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