Elyssa Goldberg

Elyssa Goldberg

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15 Cities for Creative 20-Somethings That Aren't New York or Los Angeles

Being an artist in America doesn't have to mean living in a shoebox on a coast with nothing but the pennies you make at your day job to support an artistic endeavor.

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17 Amazing Theater Cities That Aren't London or New York

A list (in no particular order) of the world's best destinations to see live performances ranging from Sophocles and Samuel Beckett to local artists who haven't made it big yet.

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The Brilliant Contemporary Artist Every 20-Something Should Know ...

Kehinde Wiley is a name every 20-something, art lover or not, should know.

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15 Tech Hacks to Decrease the FOMO in Your Life - PolicyMic

15 Tech Hacks to Decrease the FOMO in Your Life - P...

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Why Norwegian TV Shows Are 134 Hours Long - Mic

Why Norwegian TV Shows Are 134 Hours Long - Mic

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'The Square' Is the Bravest Film of the Year — And America Is About ...

'The Square' Is the Bravest Film of the Year — And ...

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10 Everyday Objects Beautifully Transformed Into Works of Art - Mic

10 Everyday Objects Beautifully Transformed Into Wo...

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The Website That Proves the Internet Can Still Be a Beautiful Place ...

Quora is the best way to waste time on the internet without wasting brain cells.

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8 Films That Reveal the Shifting American Bias Towards the Middle ...

Looking back at some of the biggest war films and ads of the past few years shows just how much our perception of U.S. involvement with conflicts in the Middle East can change.