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Jennifer Lynn

Jennifer Lynn is an artist, writer, musician and an entrepreneur running e-commerce sites. A native Chicagoan turned New Yorker, she manages to split her time between the two cities for contrast while at the same time working from home. She has written and contributed a variety of online articles on topics such as adult entertainment, entrepreneurship, pop culture, generation x, quarter life and city trends & news. She's a creative entrepreneur with focus in web marketing, business development and e-commerce. Presently, she is involved in JMR, an online referral biz for artists in the entertainment industry. She also runs a resale clothing site, interactive entertainment hub and a personal artist's site online. Before starting JMR, Jennifer Lynn was a Tech Recruiter with a Chicago based start-up company. She's also been a professional pianist since high school. Jennifer Lynn received her B.A. from DePaul University in Liberal Arts. When she's not workin' away, you can find her lofting on a beach, traveling and dabbling into new creative ventures with artists/entrepreneurs around town. Jennifer Lynn believes passion in doing what ever it is you love to do is the key to one's personal success.

contributions

Sex and the Industry 03.22.2005

Beige is the Warmest Color
Jesca Hoop. Large Church. Kenilworth
Bring the Sludge
Nothing brings out the neaderthal in any pussy hipster like the sludge metal Earthride belches forth.
The 10 Greatest Gangbanger Movies - - Ever
Hackney's Home Visits: Monkee Man
David Miller's record room contained some 13,000 vinyl LP's, until they began to come through the ceiling
Mariel Roberts, Nonextraneous Sounds
To say Mariel Roberts is a good cello player is like saying your smartphone makes good calls; the statement is true but ignores the capabilities and implications of what's before you.
White Light/No Heat/Lots of Stretching
Lou Reed releases an album of contemplative yoga music (really) and still comes off revelatory and dangerous.
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