Alane Jewel is a journalist, online marketer, and professional artist. She is a social jack of all trades and loves reinventing herself every couple years. She has been a women's magazine editor, newspaper columnist, retail buyer, and fine art artist. She loves sci-fi and to travel, write, paint, and spend her free time sharing all of her business on her social networks. She lives north of Pittsburgh with her husband, Steve, and a large beast of a Great Dane, Duke.
Ever want to catch an event as it’s happening live, but didn’t have the time to post up in front of the TV for hours on end? While you can always record the live event it, there’s always the risk that everyone will be talking about the outcome before you can watch the event. There’s . . .
With an asteroid whizzing past the earth and pieces of a meteorite raining down on Russia in recent weeks, it’s hard not to be aware of what’s going on in outer space. Although we hear of space activity in the media from time to time, many of these spectacular space activities are never visible with . . .
Grains of sand are usually thought of as impermanent. They are quick to fly away with the wind and change shape when covered in water. Yet, it is the temporary medium of sand in which some artists create their works of beauty. Most of us are reminded of childhood when we think of playing in . . .
Light painting explodes on a black background and grabs the attention of all who are watching. Colorful paintings appear against a black backdrop similar to how stars appear in a dark sky. Light painting is sometimes as much a combination of graceful movements by the person holding the light source as it is the ability . . .
Want a fast way to find some of the world’s best new artwork? It’s not paying an entrance fee to scour every renowned museum in a multitude of countries. It’s as simple as quickly jumping online and viewing one of the thousands of art videos. You can view these videos from your computer, tablet, or . . .
It’s fun to change your look into something outrageous, if only for a night. Invited to watch the Oscar’s at a party, with celebrity costumes optional? Always wondered how to create the glam red carpet looks without a plane ticket to Los Angeles? Maybe you’re just looking for a new look your Valentine’s Day activities. . . .
Before the explosion of social media and online video sharing sites, a marriage proposal was often a low-key event, shared between two lovers and retold to family and friends verbally. In the most traditional relationships a man would get down on one knee, confess his undying love for his girlfriend, and ask her to be . . .
Dubbed as music’s number one night, the Grammy Awards is in its 55th year and hotter than ever. This year LL Cool J will be hosting the event for the second time in a row. The Grammy’s are for music like the Oscars are for acting. Grammy performances deliver to a wide range of music . . .
Gifted artists can turn a blank canvas into a masterpiece sometimes in as little as a few minutes. Their hands move gracefully over the pristine white surface with barely a smudge or a misstep. Many watch these artists perform their talent in mesmerized silence while budding artists gaze studiously as the masters do their work. . . .
It seems like just yesterday we watched the New Year’s Eve ball drop in Times Square and tomorrow will already be February 2nd when Americans celebrate Groundhog Day, a day where we wake up to see what a large rodent forecasts for our meteorological future. Most of us across the country cling to the hopeful . . .