This week we chatted with Kathryn Christie, a talented musician based out of Los Angeles. In the latest installment of our interview series, Kathryn discusses her interest in jazz, folk, and Brazilian music, her folk band Greenlee, and growing up in Denton, Texas.

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This week we chatted with Teni Panosian, an actress and writer based out of Los Angeles. In the latest installment of our interview series, Teni discusses working with Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg in the recent film, Mac & Devin Go to High School, her stint as a vampire in a music video for The Wanted, and her favorite vegetarian restaurants around town.

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This week we chatted with Sharon Hardy, the photographer and brains behind Sweet Potato Pet Photos. In the latest installment of our interview series, Sharon discusses her transition from working for Conan O’Brien’s late night shows to becoming a pet photographer, her portrait style, and the countless outdoor backdrops Los Angeles has to offer.

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This week we chatted with Genevieve Santos of Le Petit Elefant, her online store that specializes in toys, crafts, and artwork. In the latest installment of our interview series, Genevieve discusses her transition from working in the film industry to setting up her own shop, her stint as a volunteer at an elephant sanctuary in Thailand, and her favorite biking spots in Los Angeles and the Bay Area.

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The Sunday Best is a weekly wrap-up of the greatest things that happened this week in art, entertainment, fashion, food, the interwebs, and sustainability. Church clothes optional.

Here’s a sneak peek of what we have in store for you this week: a recipe for avocado hummus, an upbeat summer playlist, and our graphic designer’s new Etsy shop.

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This week we chatted with Megan Weinerman, a freelance copywriter, author, and artist based out of Chicago. In the latest installment of our interview series, Megan discusses how she got into writing, her intuitive artistic style, and the Windy City’s growing startup community.

Twenty Two: Let’s start with the basics. Can you tell us a bit about yourself?

Megan: What would you like to know? Where I was born? NYC. Where I was raised? City of Chicago. What do I do? Freelance writer in advertising.

Twenty Two: Have you always been interested in writing?

Megan: No, I fell into it. It was like an accident. I was working in TV production in NYC for VH1 and I started writing in a journal, doing improv, and studying stand-up. Shit like that.

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As we mentioned in the first post of this round of Ask the Panel, this series would focus on entertainment and a bit more. Over the past few weeks, we’ve learned about our panelists’ favorite movies, books, and musicians. Now it’s time for the “more” we noted earlier, which – you’ve guessed it – is food.

For this round, our panelists grabbed their adult-sized bibs and slipped into their eating pants, ready to share the foods that make their mouths water every time they’re within close proximity. Without further ado, we’ll end the series with the following question:

What foods can you not live without?

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The Sunday Best is a weekly wrap-up of the greatest things that happened this week in art, entertainment, fashion, food, the interwebs, and sustainability. Church clothes optional.

Here’s a sneak peek of what we have in store for you this week: dissected LEGO men, Sriracha lollipops, and temporary tattoos of your (least) favorite vegetables.

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For last week’s edition of Ask the Panel, our panelists shared their must-read book recommendations. Some suggested great American novels along the lines of The Great Gatsby, while others opted for classics like Lolita. Others chose books that spark the reader’s creativity or even influence their personal finances.

This week, we want to know which musicians our panelists can simply not get enough of. Without further ado, we’ll continue the series with the following question:

Who are your all-time favorite musicians?

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This week we chatted with Sarah Lee Guthrie and Jim Greer, one half of the quartet that makes up U.S. Elevator. U.S. Elevator features husband-and-wife duo Sarah Lee and Johnny Irion and Brandon “The Bastard Prince” Arnovick and Jim “Diamond Jim” Greer of the Rondo Brothers. In the latest installment of our interview series, Sarah Lee and Jim discuss their group’s sound, their bi-coastal influences, and their favorite musicians at the moment.

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