Valentina I Valentini

Valentina I Valentini

Journalist / Producer / Copywriter

Entertainment, Hollywood, film, TV, actors, talent, music, film festivals, documentaries, dance, travel, adventure, digital nomad, culture, food, drink, media, celebrities, dating, sex, relationships

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Los Angeles Times

LA Times

When I became the boss, he broke up with me

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Departures

Departures

You've Never Experienced New Zealand Like This

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BBC

BBC Travel

Where gravediggers drank their pints

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Refinery29

Refinery 29

In Defense of Having a Much Younger Boyfriend

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Marie Claire

Marie Claire

Hannah Horvath Should Have Had an Abortion

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The Independent

The Independent

How to get the cheapest flights, according to an air travel expert

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GOOD Food

A Walk Along England's Curry Row

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thrillist

Thrillist

Cow by Bear: San Diego's Strangest Pop-Up Restaurant

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Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

Michelle Obama Won't Run For President but Will “Go Into My 60s Blazing"

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Los Angeles Times

LA Times

LA Affairs Section: I was sure I was flirt-texting with The One. Until he looked at my Instagram

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Vanity Fair

Vanity Fair

Yes, There Is Room for Two O.J. Simpson Miniseries

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sports.vice.com

VICE

Cuba National v. Tampa Bay Rays - A Photo Essay by Megan Miller. Words by Valentina Valentini

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sports.vice.com

VICE

The Drone Racing Gold Rush

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Variety

Variety

Diversity: New Media a Haven of Opportunity for Diverse Creators

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Fast Company

Fast Company

Refinery29 Already Has 25 Million Fans, Now It Wants to Win at Sundance