Category: Entertainment

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Why See-Now Buy-Now High End Collections Are Important

Fashion week is the clog in the moving gears of the world of style. It makes everyone pause to see what exactly will change what people are wearing and how they’re wearing it. During the […]

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How To Get Ready For a Date According to Women’s Magazines

It’s chocolate season, Valentines! As the most anticipated holiday approaches, it’s totally natural to feel some nerves. Whether you are going on your first date or fifty-third, Valentine’s Day comes with a lot of pressure. […]

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Does Leonardo DiCaprio Really Deserve An Oscar This Year?

Oh, the poor guy! By now, Leonardo DiCaprio is beyond a household name; he’s an acting icon. Surely, young actors and even future icons will look up to and take inspiration from the 41 year […]

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Jenna Leonard: Art’s Next It Girl?

She chose the spot, a small bar in the heart of York, Maine, with just enough room for no more than twenty individuals. At 4:00pm the bar is nearly empty apart from the flannel clad, […]

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Straight Outta Compton and the N.W.A Legacy

Straight Outta Compton is the 2015 film that follows the story of 5 of some of the prominent pioneers in hip-hop: Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, DJ Yella, MC Ren and the late Eazy-E. The movie […]

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Making Mad Love

When the vibrant and young entrepreneur, Tony stumbled across Mad Love on Etsy, he knew that the work couldn’t be ignored. “I don’t remember when I came across what Angel was doing with Mad Love, but I remember liking it […]

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Emmy Predictions for Comedy

We are one month away from Andy Samberg stepping on the stage at The Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles to host the 2015 Primetime Emmy Awards. With voting now officially open as of August 17, […]

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It’s Time for Women in Action Movies

In this day and age it’s really frustrating that women are still not treated equally. I’m not just talking generally, but specifically in film. It wasn’t until recently that it became politically correct to call […]

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Review: Man from U.N.C.L.E.

Guy Ritchie’s latest stylistic film The Man From U.N.C.L.E is nowhere near the best movie of the year, but it comes at a time when casual moviegoers are looking for something fun and enjoyable compared […]

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Back to the Now?

In Back to the Future 2, Doc and Marty travel to the year 2015 and enter a world of flying cars, hoverboards, and creepy interactive Michael Jackson monitors. This enigmatic film left fans, scientists, and […]

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The Road is Completely Overrated

My eyes scan the spines of unorganized used books. I have no titles in mind. Too many authors of interest to remember. Too many titles. I gravitate to the big names, the Joyce Carol Oates […]

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Review: Get to Heaven

“So you’re one of those annoying people that listen to albums from start to finish. That‘s so pretentious,” my brother exclaimed after catching a glimpse of my iTunes playlist. I wasn’t aware that not listening […]

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Minecraft Story Mode

For those who have been in a closet closed from entertainment, or are Amish, you know that Minecraft is the popular world building game that capitalized on creativity, freedom, and exploration. It has invaded millions […]

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Planet of the Apes: A Comically Liberal Experience

If Bernie Sanders hadn’t elected to run for president I might call Tim Burton’s 2001 film, Planet of the Apes, the ultimate liberal wet dream. From the blatant commentary on the ignorance of racism and […]