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SYTYCD11: Trimming The Fat on the Top 20

If you read my SYTYCD reviews last season, you’ll know I save discussion for the eliminations last and dive right in to talking about the routines. Before we get to that, let’s talked about the second of our Top 20 group routines. I thought the Broadway routine from the new choreographer (Joshua Burgasse) did a […]

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Counting Down to the Final of the 2014 World Cup

The month-long spectacle which has been the 2014 World Cup is coming to an end with the Finals set to be played later this weekend. This summer’s tournament has truly been a masterpiece of play, tactics, and excitement from beginning to end.

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SYTYCD11: Speed Dating The Top 20

Before we lose two of them tonight, I thought I’d give you a run down of each contestant. Who has what it takes to win or at least crack the all-important Top 10 where they get to pair up with the uber-talented all-stars? Their showcase routines gave us a little taste of who is good […]

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Man Hands, Butter Shaves and The Masters of Their Domain: Celebrating 25 Years of “Seinfeld”

As a nation winds down from celebrating the 4th of July this weekend, many will be lounging on the couch and celebrating a different occasion: the 25th anniversary of the premiere of one of the best half-hour comedies to ever grace television history. Arguably known as the most popular sitcom of all-time, Seinfeld—the ‘show about nothing’—originally premiered July 5, 1989 on NBC (known as The Seinfeld Chronicles). Through the everyday story-lines and quirky situations, audiences grew interested and absorbed in the tales by relating to the four offbeat main characters’ imperfections and eccentricities. Soon enough, the show catapulted to top spots on the Nielson ratings and would redefine the elements and clever charm of situational comedy for generations to come.

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The Quarter-Life Crisis: Always the Bridesmaid, Never the Bride

Summer used to be a thing to look forward to, filled with days at the pool or lake, beach trips. Careless days spent being mindlessly idle, planning future endeavors, visiting family, but at quarter life, it’s an entirely different beast all together. Everyone and their mom is getting married. Well, not to each other, because that’s illegal and highly frowned upon in society, but seriously, everyone—I mean everyone—is getting married.

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4th of July Recipes For Your Party

Happy Birthday America! It’s July 4th, or Independence Day depending on your preference, this Friday. What do you say we celebrate our country the best way we know how—with food? Like most of the holidays that are centered around gathering with friends and family and having a big party, July 4th has it’s own class […]

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The Best Buzz You’re Ever Gonna Find: Heating Up Summer with Luke Bryan

With weather forecasters predicting a scorcher this season, there’s no one better to join in on the much welcomed summer fun than country music sensation Luke Bryan, who is fast becoming one of the biggest country stars of our time.

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Theft is Serious Business: A Review of “Skin Game”

A year and a half after the pulse-pounding thrill ride that was Cold Days. Jim Butcher is back with Skin Game, released May 27th. Everyone’s favorite wizard and Winter Knight, Harry Dresden, is forced to work with an old adversary, Nicodemus Archelone, to steal a valuable artifact from none other than Hades himself!

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Beautifully Unpredictable: Reviewing the 2014 World Cup Group Stage

Wow! What a start for the World Cup. This has probably been the most exciting tournament in recent memory, as goals, offense and drama have laid siege to Brazil throughout the Group Stage. We’ve seen last-gasp game winners and equalizers, underdogs usurping champions and plenty (plenty) of highlights to keep fans and neutrals alike, glued to their seats. […]

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“ZAPPED”‘s Queen of Comedy: Interview with Louriza Tronco

The Disney Channel is known for launching all sorts of young stars. Miley Cyrus. Selena Gomez. Zac Efron. The Jonas Brothers. Disney is an entertainment powerhouse in every way, and there are millions of tweens tuning into their television shows, buying their music, and watching their movies.

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PILOT REVIEW: Is the world ready for “Girl Meets World”?

Nostalgia is a powerful thing. People of all ages look back on their childhoods fondly and often hold the toys, games, and media of their youth in high regard. It’s sometimes a bad idea to revisit these childhood favourites—these things are rarely as incredible as we once believed them to be. But every once in […]

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Previewing the Big Brother 16 Cast & New Twist

Well, fellow Big Brother addicts, it’s that time of the year again. It’s time to spend too much time to even count watching 16 strangers act absurdly all for our entertainment—oh, and the potential to win $500,000. It’s Big Brother 16! The new season premieres tomorrow on CBS at 8pm, so I suggest you take […]

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