Fall into Season with Vivid Photography in A Distinctive Style
The Fall Edition of A Distinctive Style magazine showcases high definition phototography of fall scenes from around the world, to get you into the spirit of the season.
In the cover story, 12-year-old professional soprano, Jackie Evancho, reveals her passion for music, and the great opportunities it has brought her. Expanding her sphere from singing to now movies, everyone can now really see her on the “silver screen!” But even with all the drama of the professional world, she doesn’t forget to keep it real, whether through interactions with her siblings or working for animal protection.
Trees are the Lungs of the World
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Fight for a cause, any cause that you feel passionate about
Join Bill Cosby’s “StudentsFirst” cause and fight to keep students out of dropout factories, or dive into Konstantin’s “Blue Trees project” and prevent the rapid deforestation of the planet from continuing. Read a heartfelt message from Leonardo DiCaprio and join IFAW to save the elephants, or simply enjoy nature through the blog “house of joyful noise.”
Find an inspiring story of nature’s struggle through “PINES,” Alison Sudol’s story, or look at a very human story about Surinder Kaur’s struggle to avoid the future she didn’t want in “Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Make me a Match.” A Distinctive Style also provides you with more stories on self-esteem, self-acceptance, and whether a successful career and a happy family life are necessarily mutually exclusive.
Health and Wellness
It’s important to look out for your body: more important than anything else. The fall issue features Howard Straus, grandson of Max Gerson, who provides vital information on the cancer, and the do’s and do not’s in order to have a healthy body.
In “Verified success,” Mazzucco Massimo tells of a cure for cancer! Watch the veil draw back from the truth of the effectiveness of sodium bicarbonate and why no one has said anything for so long. Say “No” to vaccines and learn the truth about their origins, or get the nitty-gritty details about how “Monsanto betrays humanity and destroys life.” Get a more personal perspective of breast cancer from Stacy Shelton and her wish to find a cure for this disease that no longer just affects older women.
Learn how to accept, how to overcome, and most importantly, how to be the kind of person you want to be. Follow Mikaela Jones’ story in “Shine your Light” to learn about acceptance, even in the worst of situations, or dive into NFL star Ellis Lankster’s battle to overcome stuttering. Learn about psychopaths and in “Psychopaths, Joe Brewer and you,” and figure out not only how to identify their behavior but also to keep your loved ones safe.
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With so many different views and stories on the varying aspects of life, simply sit down and pick a story to really dig into. Get an up-close perspective on what the life of award-winning composer, Paul Englishby, is like, or develop a whole new perspective on art and pottery with Loren Lukens.
Take a whole another view on eco-friendly fashion through reading about Lara Miller’s, Nester Pineda’s, and Tara St. James’ designs, or simply browse through the pictures and see what fashionable piece of clothing you like.
Glenn Close: legendary actress, probably best known for her role in Fatal Attraction. But what about Albert Nobbs? Take a peek into the perspective of Close and discover the behind-the-film struggle and inspiration.
A Distinctive Style’s Fall issue also features an exclusive interview with Tony Volpentest, dubbed the “Fastest Man in the World” and “Olympic Athlete of the Year.” Even though Volpentest was born with no arms and no legs, his motivation, his life and his thoughts on the future are inspirational.
As much as we say that life goes on, we mustn’t forget to remember those who work to protect us. Remember the firefighters who made the ultimate sacrifice for everyone: for you and me. Honor them by reading their stories.
End of the World
And on a final ominous note: Will the end of the world come soon? Find by reading “Visiting the Kings at the End of the World.”