“We were created to be creators,” the Atlanta saxophonist informed me before the release party for his debut album began. Despite having just arrived home from touring with the legendary Stevie Wonder, fourth generation saxophonist Ryan Kilgore was full of energy and eager to talk. His stylish dark brown suit, paired with a crisp collared white shirt, and playful polka dot bowtie, hinted at his ability to create a well put together outfit. The musical note design cut into his hair marked him as a musician while further validating his playful style. But his fashion sense is no match for his God-given musical talent. “Just Walk,” his latest project, illustrated the very essence of his story: walking into destiny.
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Art galleries aren’t the only places where art is showcased. The innumerable places one can run across a great piece is mind blowing. Some places where you might expect to see fine art are inside of museums and historic buildings. Other places that are not as conventional, are typically tied to street art. These pieces are scattered about on the outside of train cars, and sometimes painted on the sides of buildings. Muralist, David Walker has been fortunate enough to have his work displayed in some of these unconventional places, and all over the world.
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James Baldwin was one of America’s most brilliant writers and influential figures. He was a trailblazer in every sense of the word. Through his masterful writing and activism, Baldwin helped usher in an age of racial equality. His character was equally as impressive as his literary prowess. In a time when America was festering with bigotry, Baldwin championed human rights and boldly embraced his identity as a black man.