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Calling All Writers! Add A Little Spring In Your Step

This season, we are looking for four Staff Writers who must be committed to writing a minimum of two articles a month. If you are a dedicated, passionate writer, send your application to us. Our team of Editors is looking for friendly individuals who can be team players, are sociable and enthusiastic personalities with a sense of humor and are extremely pop culture savvy. Most of all, we are interested in bright minds who are able to create their own fingerprint with their writing.

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The Farmers Market: 3 Reasons to Indulge in a Local Adventure

Sometimes the meaning of the word “adventure” is lost in the stereotypical images we have in our heads. Many see it as a once-in-a-while thrill, or something that we would have to travel far away from home to experience. However, we shouldn’t overlook the little things that can really add pleasure and value to our […]

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FILE - In this Jan. 3, 2011 file photo provided by CBS Broadcasting, host David Letterman is shown on the "Late Show with David Letterman," in New York.  CBS announced Tuesday, April 3, 2012 that both Letterman and Craig Ferguson have re-upped to keep hosting their respective hours _ "Late Show" and "The Late Late Show" _ through 2014.  (AP Photo/CBS Broadcasting, John Paul Filo).

The Top 10 Reasons Why David Letterman Will Be Missed

This Wednesday, late night icon, David Letterman will be saying goodbye to audiences and signing off for good from his talk show, “Late Show with David Letterman.” Our writer shares ten reasons why we will sincerely miss the iconic master of comedy.

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Country Singer Michael Sarver is Ready to “Begin Again”

Season 14 of American Idol finished with a bang, crowning Connecticut native Nick Fradiani as the show’s penultimate winner, drawing comparison to Season 8’s triumph of guy-next-door Kris Allen over the bombastic Adam Lambert—a scene that country singer Michael Sarver remembers well because he was there, fighting it out with the two of them for the […]

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My Sister’s Gutsy Journey: Raising Awareness for World IBD Day

More than 40 countries around the world will come together tomorrow to help raise awareness for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis in honor of World IBD Day. Celebrated annually on May 19, this year’s efforts focus on a global video movement that encourages those affected by IBD to share their journey in short videos with the theme, “United We Stand.”

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Black is Back: “Orphan Black” – Episode 5 “Scarred by Many Past Frustrations”

Orphan Black is a critically acclaimed sci-fi series from BBC America featuring human clones. Its first two seasons garnered rave reviews, and its third season airs Saturday nights at 9/8c on BBC America and SPACE. Our writer, Janna Jeffrey, recaps every episode of the third season here on The Hudsucker. Orphan Black is back!  Beware: […]

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Giving It Her Best Shot: Behind the Lens with Priscilla Kammerer

Blessed with a sophisticated eye for style and composition, northern Indiana photographer, Priscilla Kammerer of Priscilla K Photography is able to blend her love for life and art by capturing priceless moments for many in and around the area.

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American Idol XIV: Finale Results

Our writer and Idol expert, Andrew Rogers is back this season covering the popular FOX reality show, “American Idol“. The pressure is on and the stakes are high as the musical competition searches for a real superstar in its fourteenth year. With weekly recaps discussing the contestants’ performances and choices, Rogers looks ahead at what’s in-store each week […]

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American Idol XIV Finale: Top 2 Battle It Out

Our writer and Idol expert, Andrew Rogers is back this season covering the popular FOX reality show, “American Idol“. The pressure is on and the stakes are high as the musical competition searches for a real superstar in its fourteenth year. With weekly recaps discussing the contestants’ performances and choices, Rogers looks ahead at what’s in-store each week […]

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The FlashBack: “The Flash” – Episode 21 “Rogue Air”

The Flash is DC’s television adaptation of the comic book of the same name. It airs Tuesday nights at 8/7 Central on The CW. Our writer, Nicole Drum recaps the series each week updating you on the latest episode here in The FlashBack. So last night’s episode was the second to last of the season. […]

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The Magical Roles of TOMORROWLAND and DESCENDANTS’ Jedidiah Goodacre

For many small town boys, the dream of becoming a famous actor is nothing but that: a dream. For Jedidiah Goodacre, it’s starting to become a reality.

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Be Very Afraid… of the New Indie Horror Film “One Drop”!

Screams can be heard coming from large warehouse in a secluded part of town. The sun is slowly dipping beneath the horizon and train whistles can be heard in the distance. This could be someone’s worst nightmare… or it could be the set of the new independent horror film One Drop!

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Black is Back: “Orphan Black” – Episode 4 “Newer Elements of Our Defense”

Orphan Black is a critically acclaimed sci-fi series from BBC America featuring human clones. Its first two seasons garnered rave reviews, and its third season airs Saturday nights at 9/8c on BBC America and SPACE. Our writer, Janna Jeffrey, recaps every episode of the third season here on The Hudsucker. Orphan Black is back!

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Have You Tried Chia Yet?

Everyone and their mother have talking about chia seeds lately, and with good reason.  Hailed as the one of the hottest and most super of all foods, chia seeds are actually quite ancient. The nutrient rich seeds were widely used in Aztec and Mayan cultures for the energy they provided. In fact, the word chia means […]

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Movie Review: Is ‘Ultron’ One for the Ages?

Warning: this review contains spoilers. In the three years since The Avengers first hit theaters, there have been four Marvel movies, one TV show, one TV miniseries, one Netflix series, numerous casting announcements, and an entirely new phase announced. Yet somehow, nothing seemed to generate more excitement and anticipation than Avengers: Age of Ultron. Fans […]

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American Idol XIV – Top 4: Hometown Glory

Our writer and Idol expert, Andrew Rogers is back this season covering the popular FOX reality show, “American Idol“. The pressure is on and the stakes are high as the musical competition searches for a real superstar in its fourteenth year. With weekly recaps discussing the contestants’ performances and choices, Rogers looks ahead at what’s in-store each week […]

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