Jennifer Hall

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Nov 19

New: Animal Collective – “Mountain Game”

Animal Collective just shared an amazing unreleased track from 2010 they had recorded for the game Red Dead Redemption, but wasn’t used. Listen to Animal Collective – “Mountain Game” after the jump!

Nov 13

9 Famous and Not So Famous Leonard Cohen Covers

Leonard Cohen is undoubtedly one of the most influential artists of the century, inspiring countless artists and covers, including over 300 different covers of the song “Hallelujah” alone.  Many, many fans have mourned his death this week at the age of 82.  He is definitely one of the most loved and influential artists of my life. …

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Oct 20

10 Magical Halloween Decorating Ideas from Instagram

If you’re looking for some Halloween home decorating inspiration, then check out these fun & festive fall Instagram ideas for both inside and outside of the home! Find 10 Magical Halloween Decorating Ideas from Instagram here…

Oct 03

10 Inspiring Halloween Painted Pumpkin Ideas on Instagram

Looking for some inspiration for Halloween pumpkin decorating this year? Then check out these amazing painted pumpkins on Instagram: See 10 Inspiring Halloween Painted Pumpkin Ideas on Instagram…

Sep 18

Blending Fragrance Chords

I’ve played music for thirty years now, which is why I love thinking of blending fragrances in musical terms. Just like in music, fragrances have notes that range from high to low, and creating a balanced fragrance chord is a great way to achieve a complex, interesting blend Read the rest of Blending Fragrance Chords after the jump!

Sep 04

Harvesting the Last of the Watermelons in Oklahoma

Labor Day Weekend was my fall veggie garden clean-up time, so I harvested everything I could to make way for a good cleaning and new plants. This included gathering the last of the Black Diamond watermelons I had growing. Read more about harvesting watermelons in Green Country here.

Aug 27

Joey Chou Does Pokémon Go Splendidly

Having a creative daughter that grew up as a huge fan of Pokémon, I know that it is much more than a game to many kids as well as adults. There’s a story to Pokémon, and many use the story and characters as a means of being quite creative. Just search for Pokémon on Deviant Art …

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Jul 24

‘Stranger Things’ Lives Up to the Hype

Since Netflix released the Spielberg-esque ode to the ominous 80’s, Stranger Things, this month, the internets have gone wild over the show, and it’s no exception here.  I’d have to say that Stranger Things is definitely the most captivating television show that I’ve seen since LOST. The suspense begins when a young boy, Will Byers, goes …

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Jul 18

Artist Spotlight: Chiaki Okada

Chiaki Okada has a unique talent for capturing the innocent beauty of childhood home life as well as imaginative childhood themes. For instance, notice the delicate comfort that Chiaki has created in “Tea Party Late at Night” where a girl, her teddy bear, and a polar bear all enjoy a quiet night around the table with tea: …

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Jul 17

New Trailer: Kubo and the Two Strings

Apple now has five gorgeous trailers available for the film Kubo and the Two Strings, which is slated to be released August 19th, 2016 from Focus Features and the animation studio LAIKA.  It was directed by Travis Knight, who is probably best known for his work on Coraline and ParaNorman. The movie is based on Japanese folktales and promises “mystical …

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