Miss A Columnist

Ashley C. Jones is the Entertainment Editor for Miss A. She is a writer, and soon to be entrepreneur (stay tuned). She earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Communication Arts and also minored in International Studies at St. John’s University in NY. The minor was stumbled upon thanks to a semester in various countries, which sort of qualifies her as well traveled.

A native to nowhere, Ashley has spent most of her life living in either Houston, TX or Illinois suburbs. She now lives in NY. While further honing her writing skills in her last year of University education, and after, she found her niche in doing interviews, a great fit, because of a natural obsession with docu-dramas, magazine interviews, and documentaries, starting at an extremely young age.

Some of Ashley’s favorite charities include Vitamin Angels, The ASPCA, and Alzheimer’s Association. She’s extremely awkward in front of a camera, has an artistic temperament despite not really being an artist (yet), and is passionate about organic produce, vintage thrifting, art, music, yoga, and lots of other things!

New York Women in Film and Television And Meryl Streeps Partner to Support Female Screen Writers

Meryl Streep (Photo Credit: Startracks/Rex Features)


Highly awarded and talented actress Meryl Streep has focused her philanthropic efforts on women in film, specifically women writers, by making what New York Women in Film and Television has called a significant financial contribution, according to the BBC, towards a strategy for screenwriters development. The program is to be run by NYWIFT, […]

Mo’Ne Davis Raises Funds For Nepal And Consults For Disney On The Direction Of Her Bio-Pic

MoNe Davis shot by Charlotte Wales for Teen Vogue

Mo’Ne Davis

Mo’ne is not only a topnotch athlete in three different sports (baseball, basketball, and soccer) but she is an exemplary student and someone who will remind our audiences that they can do anything with hard work, dedication, and belief in themselves – Naketha Mattocks, Disney Channel […]

Carry Somers Creates Fashion Revolution: A Global Movement to Clean Up an Industry

AMCK Model Alex David (Photo Credit: Rachel Manns)

Dhaka is the capital of Bangladesh and home of the Rana Plaza garment factory where over 1,100 people were killed in 2013 after being forced into work despite objections over entering the building due to large cracks in its structure, as reported by The Guardian. This means that Dhaka is also home to the […]

Miley Cyrus’ New Happy Hippie Foundation to Support Homeless and LGBTQ Youth

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Happy Hippie Foundation Logo

Legalize Gay, these are the words that appeared on the T-shirt a Miley Cyrus fan wore to school in Lansing, Michigan when she was reportedly bullied by an adult over the message. This incident was a catalyst moment for Cyrus, an opportunity to rise to the occasion and begin […]

Summer Music Festivals That Give Back

Photo Credit: Joseph Mohan for Pitchfork


I haven’t been made … aware of many philanthropic festivals, but I would definitely include that factor in when purchasing tickets, although the artists playing at the festivals account for a bit more, as bad of a person as it makes me seem. – Val, Recent College Graduate

Music may not […]

Angelina Jolie Inspires at Nickelodeon’s Kid’s Choice Awards



I want to say when I was little, like Maleficent, I was told that I was different, and I felt out of place, and too loud, too full of fire, never good at sitting still, never good at fitting in. And then one day I realized something, something I hope you […]

Iron Man Star, Robert Downey Jr. Gives Young Boy A Bionic Arm


Robert Downey Jr. of the Iron Man franchise, or simply “Robert” as he is known by 6 year old fan Alex, took part in something amazing last week! With the help of Albert Manero, a University of Central Florida student who crafts bionic limbs for children across the globe using 3-D printing technology, he […]

From One Hand to AnOTHER: Pharrell’s Foundation


If you’ve heard about Madonna’s big fall in Armani, then whether you know it or not, you’ve been in on the Brit Awards conversation. The Brits is the British Phonographic Industry‘s annual award show rewarding the biggest, brightest, and best in popular music. So to speak, the Brit’s are a British equivalent of the […]

Review Of Selma

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Infamously Oscar-snubbed MLK biopic/civil rights film, Selma saw heavy involvement from big names in the entertainment industry on the production end, names including Brad Pitt, Oprah Winfrey, and up-and-coming director Ava DuVernay who, according to art and culture platform Saint Heron, is now developing a currently untitled Hurricane Katrina film that she is set […]

Review of American Sniper

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American Sniper movie poster (Photo Source: AmericanSniperMovie.com)

Currently nominated for six Academy Awards, two British Academy of Film and Television Awards, and a laundry list of others, the Clint Eastwood-produced American Sniper is a film we’ve all heard of, no matter if we’ve seen it yet or not. Bradly Cooper is convincing in […]

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