At the Lawn Gnome Publishing bookstore and coffee shop in Phoenix, poetry slams are inspiring art and a feeling of community.
The struggles and dreams of first-generation students' families and communities are what keep many pushing forward, even when they may feel lost in their college careers.
Amy Reed's newest book pulls back the facade of glamorous lifestyles through analyses of classism and hypocrisy.
No one could have anticipated the Chipotle and e.l.f. Cosmetics collaboration, but it ended up working out, despite the unusual pairing.
Even if all my emotions are derivative from previous ones, I prefer to stay optimistic because I know my greatest and most refreshing experiences lie in front of me.
Grouplove's newest release "This Is This" experiments with rock, folk and electronic sounds, making the album unpredictable in ways both good and bad since last year's "Healer."
Pressure from outside influences to follow cultural norms and fit in a box can cause some multicultural individuals to question their identities and experience "cultural homelessness."
Echo reporter Sabrina Kenoun shares her thoughts on Karen McManus' latest mystery novel "The Cousins."
The 63rd annual Grammy Awards tried and failed to tackle concerns with the Recording Academy but wonderfully spotlighted artists in a way they never have.
The brand account for the cheese has provided strong support for former ASU men's basketball guard Luguentz Dort on Twitter for nearly a year.
Consumers love the idea of revisiting their favorite franchises but studios take advantage of nostalgia in the name of profit.
With each era of thrifting, new values have been placed on the practice, but have we lost sight of an underlying theme?
Growing up, I was exposed to my culture's native language, Bangla, but never knew how to read or write it. Learning the language, I gained independence and strengthened my identity.