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SYTYCD12: Top 20 Take the Stage (and Street) for the First Time

On Monday night, the 10 “Stage” dancers and 10 “Street” dancers that comprised mentors Travis and Twitch’s teams took to the stage for the first time in their own styles. The two hour showcase gave viewers a point of comparison to make snap judgments about their favorites before taking to phones and facebook to cast […]

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SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE: Top 20 contestants L-R Kate Harpootlian, Darion Flores, Edson Juarez, Marissa Milele, Moises Parra, Gaby Diaz, Hailee Payne, Derek Piquette, Jim Nowakowski, Alexia Meyer, Yorelis Apolinario, Jessica Rabone, Virgil Gadson, Ariana Crowder, Burim “B1” Jusufi, Jana “JaJa” Vankova, Megan “Megz” Alfonso, Eddie “Neptune” Eskridge, Lily Frias, and Alain “Hurrikane” Lauture on Season 12 of SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE airing Mondays (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. @2015 Fox Broadcasting Co. CR: Brooklin Rosenstock/FOX

SYTYCD12: Stage vs. Street Cast Preview

With SYTYCD’s fate on the rocks after crowning last season’s winner Ricky Ubeda, executive producer and judge Nigel Lythgoe made a bold move by replacing permanent fixture on the judging panel and scream queen Mary Murphy with previous American Idol judge Paula Abdul and pop star Jason Derulo. Their star power combined with a new […]

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Disagreements Versus Fighting: The Importance Of Respecting Your Partner

Growing up, I used to believe that my parents never got into fights. They have always treated each other with nothing but respect, and it made relationships seem like a walk in the park. I’ve learned a thing or two since then, and am aware of the real work that goes into any successful partnership. […]

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Tornadoes and Tunes: Third Eye Blind in Kansas City

Tornado sirens are not quite the way one wants to start a rock concert, but on Monday, July 6th at the Uptown Theater in Kansas City, Missouri that is exactly how Third Eye Blind’s triumphant return to the City of Fountains began. A series of storms rolled through the area just half an hour before […]

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All Hail Royal London!

Back in April, I embarked on my first Eurotrip to England. As an English Literature major and British History nerd, it was imperative that I devoted a generous amount of my time to exploring the majestic and glorious sights of Royal London. I visited Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, and the Tower of London, and took day trips […]

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Movie Review: “Terminator Genisys” – He’s Back!

James Cameron’s The Terminator stormed the box office in 1984 with a story of time-travel, choice versus fate, and human heroes fighting against an implacable and unstoppable villain. Arnold Schwarzenegger, already popular from the Conan films, solidified his status as a bankable box office star. Linda Hamilton, and Michael Biehn, along with their characters of […]

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3 Reasons Why You Should Have Watched the FIFA Women’s World Cup

With the pervasiveness of sports on TV it’s impossible for the average viewer not to stumble across some form of competitive action this summer. If you were to ask most people, they’d probably tell you that they caught a game or two of the Stanley Cup Finals, NBA Finals, the odd MLB game or maybe […]

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Tips for Throwing Your Best 4th of July Party

Tomorrow is the Fourth of July, also known as July 4th, also known as The Fourth, also known as Independence Day. It’s a little strange how many names this holiday has, isn’t it? And they’re all used so interchangably. Despite all the different names, July 4th is normally celebrated the same way no matter what […]

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Movie Review: A Defining and Bold “Testament of Youth”

One of the beauties of cinema is how it can so beautifully encapsulate and highlight what has affected us most. In paying respects to war, Hollywood films have helped throughout the years to acknowledge the sacrifice so many before us have made for our freedoms. The twentieth century’s pervading legacy has been about war, with […]

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Ten Thousand Coffees: Building Professional Relations, One Cup at a Time

Relationships are the core of a burgeoning and valuable life and just as we societally have basic needs to fulfill, we also have that one rudimentary need to feel belonging through valuable and advantageous relationships. In this rapid age of technology, we have all had the opportunity to connect with others through social media and advance our […]

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Kacey Musgraves is More Than Just “Pageant Material” With Latest Record

Kacey Musgraves is one of the biggest and brightest country music stars today, emerging as one of Nashville’s boldest and most authentic artists. Musgraves released her sophomore studio album Pageant Material last week to strong acclaim and tracks that tread personal observations of a small town. First bursting onto the scene back in 2013 with […]

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Keeping The Friendship Alive: How To Survive Being Friends And Roommates

Daniel and I have been friends for over 10 years. We met in high school, and even though I froze him out at first, I began to learn what a funny, thoughtful person he is. We managed to become best friends in our 20’s, despite the fact that I was in college and living in a […]

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The Five Languages Of Love

There is no universal way to show someone how you love them. While some people may love a grand spectacle, others may enjoy their love being expressed in more subdued ways. Some people use their words, while others prefer to show love through their actions. No matter how you express your love, the importance is that […]

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How to Pack Efficiently for Your First Camping Trip

It’s that time of year. It is sunny and the great outdoors seem so accessible. If you feel nature calling your name but you’re not sure what’s worth bringing, fear no more. I am an avid camper and I am an expert in the spatial challenge that is packing. The only thing worse than over-packing […]

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