Kierran Petersen is the former social media journalist at PRI's The World.
Kierran Petersen is the former social media journalist at PRI's The World. In 2015, she graduated from The George Washington University with a degree in Journalism & Mass Communication.
Before making her way to Boston, she worked in Washington DC as a freelance writer and producer for BBC Washington. She has also spent time on the other side of the phone, during a stint at The Department of Health and Human Services working in the public affairs department. However, the best decision she says she has ever made was to live in Kigali, Rwanda for four months researching the role of filmmaking in the country's post-genocide restoration.
When she's not feverishly checking Twitter or fishing for likes on Facebook, she's probably playing soccer, listening to a podcast — or both.
And it has nothing to do with how sassy the candidates are.
The bar is over a century old, and has been part of London's gay community since about the 1920s.
"Life's a bitch. Don't vote for one" is *probably* not a slogan approved by the Trump campaign.
It seems as though Canadians just love putting the Trudeau family on the cover of their comic books.
From the voting booth or the recording booth, everyone makes mistakes.
So, who does it belong to? "Everyone and no one, really," says the 25-year-old crooner from New Zealand.
Electro-cumbia has been around for years. But La Yegros is taking it to a new level.
Some of Eddie Palmieri's earliest fans were members of the violent anti-government group, the Weather Underground.
Saba Ahmed is a lawyer and the founder of the Republican Muslim Coalition. She says the GOP represents Muslim values better than the Democrats do.
It's an effort to encourage people to support more local musicians.