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"I try to remember that at the end of the day, the things that I do are for me. For that reason alone, whatever you’re producing is worthwhile."
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It's a weird time to create. I still think we should do it.
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A little glimpse into how Grace and Isaac met 💓
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A short list of movies, books, mixtapes, and more that make my life a little better
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Ethical Sluts, Ford Broncos, and Country Music
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G: Why don't you just start by introducing yourself! My name is Marisa. I was born in Detroit, but raised in the suburbs, then moved back to Detroit as…
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