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Christina Scribner
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I have been a writer my entire life. As a child, I was slightly odd and painfully creative. When I was in elementary school, I preferred to sit alone in my room writing poetry, short stories, and journal entries over anything else. At that time, I didn’t know that writing was a special skill or talent because it felt as natural breathing.

Today, the difference is that I know my writing is worth sharing. The projects closest to my heart are those where I am able to help, inspire, and motivate people while also entertaining them. To me, it is tremendously important to continue learning and growing within my craft. I have learned several lessons from every job.

In my spare time, I still write pages and pages of poetry. I share my best poems under the pseudonym, Ryem. I enjoy kickboxing, cooking, and laughing at everything. In recent times, I’ve turned to modeling as another form of art and means of self-expression. I am a big believer in what I like to call, fearless art

Entries by Christina Scribner

One on One With Rising Popstar, Monique

(0) Comments | Posted June 3, 2015 | 9:54 AM

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Monique was raised in a Cuban household in Miami where music was infectious, singing and dancing was a daily ritual, and her creativity was never stifled. While most little girls were playing with their dolls, an unwavering, nine-year-old Monique made a...

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Prayers for Dana: The Story of a Mother Battling Lyme Disease and Congenital Heart Disease

(12) Comments | Posted October 22, 2014 | 8:54 AM

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Pictured: Dana Calloway with her husband and five children.

Twenty-four year old Dana Calloway has been sick for many years. In addition to her late diagnosis of Lyme disease wearing in on her joints, nervous system and, other organs, she has a hole...

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Interview With Social Media Advertising Strategist, Daniel Reed

(1) Comments | Posted October 13, 2014 | 10:11 AM

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As a club promoter in Baltimore, Daniel Reed quickly learned how powerful of a marketing tool social media can be. After reaching out to his thousands of followers on various sites, he saw dance floors become more crowded than they had ever...

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Q&A Session with Award-Winning Author, Sheri Booker

(1) Comments | Posted August 19, 2014 | 5:08 PM

2014-08-16-photo.PNGSheri Booker is a teacher in Baltimore, spoken word artist, poet, public speaker, and author. Her latest publication, a memoir titled, "NINE YEARS UNDER: Coming of Age in an Inner City Funeral Home" won a NAACP Image Award and the platform she uses to...

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Interview: Life Lessons and Styling Advice With Celebrity Stylist, Chiara Solloa

(4) Comments | Posted August 18, 2014 | 5:37 PM

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For Chiara Solloa, working in fashion doesn't seem like a career choice, but a fate that she could not resist. Growing up in Miami, Chiara was raised by her grandmother who designed clothing and her mother who was a clothing buyer. Chiara's...

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Interview: Meet the Women Who Are Helping Mold the Stars of Tomorrow

(2) Comments | Posted July 8, 2014 | 6:23 PM

I was recently given the opportunity to conduct an interview with the founders of A-Team Studios, an artist development agency headquarted in Miami, Florida. With the skills that helped develop talents of successful entertainers including NSYNC and Jason Derulo, Anita Wilson and Athena Cameron have perfected the formula to create...

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My Dream Guy Became the Best Thing I Never Had

(2) Comments | Posted June 19, 2014 | 4:38 PM

Do you know what it feels like to watch the person you love love someone else? Do you know what it feels like to watch the person you love have their heart broken by someone else? I can answer yes to both questions and I'll also say it hurts like...

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Why 'It's Not You, It's Me' Isn't the Worst Breakup Excuse

(0) Comments | Posted May 14, 2014 | 11:51 AM

Only in a few rare scenarios do relationships end on an amicable note. Most of the time, the breakupee didn't know that the breakupper was unhappy. Then, when you analyze the words that were used during their departure, you find yourself playing a dangerous game. No matter what they say,...

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