Day: February 4, 2021

Morgan Wallen Apologizes for Using N-Word in Leaked Video

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Morgan Wallen found himself issuing yet another public apology on Tuesday night after TMZ leaked a video of him using the N-word. In the video, which was reportedly recorded by a neighbor, Wallen can be seen walking home in Nashville with friends and calls one of them the N-word. “I’m embarrassed and sorry,” Wallen told TMZ in a statement. “I used an unacceptable and inappropriate racial slur that I wish I could take back. There are no excuses to use this type of language, ever. I want to sincerely apologize for using the word. I promise to do better.” Wallen has spent three weeks atop the Billboard charts for his album Dangerous, which also broke the first-week streaming record for a country album.

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Why Changing Your Style Could Improve Your Photography

A combination of perfect portfolios and consistent Instagram posts gives our work a style that gives our clients and followers a strong sense of who we are. However, is there a danger that sticking to a certain style can be restrictive?

In this short video, Matt Day explores our tendency as photographers not to step out of our “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” approach to shooting, fearing that by straying too far from what we know how to photograph might be uncomfortable. Is it because we are afraid of taking a risk, perhaps worried about undermining the image of ourselves that we have carefully constructed and present to the world through our photography? Or maybe it’s just a fear of failure, that experimenting with new ideas strays too far from what we’ve built our success upon.

I can relate to Day as, like thousands of photographers around the

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El Paso first-grader’s ‘peace and love’ flag design wins statewide art contest

An El Paso’s first grader’s drawing representing peace and love took the top prize in a statewide flag design contest. 

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Amariah Adame was named the state winner for the elementary school category in the Texas Art Education Association‘s Youth Art Month contest.

“I was thinking of a peace sign,” she said. “It makes people come together.”

The 6-year-old, who attends Sgt. Jose F. Carrasco Elementary School in Socorro ISD, was one of three winners in the statewide contest, which judged entries in elementary, middle and high school categories. 

graphical user interface, website: Carrasco Elementary first-grader Amariah Adame won a statewide art contest for her flag design representing "peace and love" in January 2021.

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Carrasco Elementary first-grader Amariah Adame won a statewide art contest for her flag design representing “peace and love” in January 2021.

This is the first time in more than 10 years that an SISD student’s flag design has won the

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