If you read my American Idol series over the last few months (or even if you...
The long awaited Switched at Birth Season 2 premiere aired tonight on ABC family. The last time we saw the Kennish and Vasquez families, drama had erupted. Regina left for rehab and Angelo’s baby momma left with his daughter. Bay and her “three and half” week boyfriend, Noah, had broken up when he kissed Daphne […]
Who are the faces behind The Hudsucker? With our one-year anniversary coming up on June 16th, all through this month, we’ve been featuring one of our writers each day on our social networks. In our first week, get to know Bo, Stephanie, Karen, Desi, Rebecca and Cady in our little questionnaire! Stay tuned all next week […]
There’s a moment in Iron Man 3 when Robert Downey Jr. (in a voiceover as Tony Stark) says that you can take away his home and suits of armor, but there’s one thing you can’t take from him: He is Iron Man. Since first donning the iconic red and gold armor in 2008’s Iron Man, […]
Curious cat Elizabeth Rosalyn has chosen to put her Google/Wikipedia researching skills to good use by sharing her findings on random topics in her next installment of “The More You Know”. This month, she is on a mission to uncover the history of the slogan, “Keep Calm and Carry On”. You’ve seen the positive mantra […]
Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat were the household names in fighting games back in the 90s, but if you owned the original Sony PlayStation, chances are you got a glimpse of a new kind of beat-em-up—one in the third dimension. Battle Arena Toshinden was one of the titles included in select demo discs packaged with […]
Journalism is an integral part of the media industry. It is a very powerful and influencing medium to reckon with. Since words whether written or spoken are very potent, journalists are in an enviable position to alter people’s lives and by authentic reporting, move people on personal and collective levels. It is not surprising that […]
‘Coming out’ isn’t always easy but it is a positive experience tied into a very personal and deep emotional process. One of the first steps in coming out is being able to recognize one’s own sexual identity and working toward self-acceptance.
February 10, 2012 was one of the worst days of my life. I found out then that I had been denied admission to my dream school, the University of Florida. I was absolutely heartbroken, but after bawling my eyes out for a couple hours, I realized that I still wanted to be a Gator.
About four years ago I was lucky enough to steal the heart of a sweet Indiana girl with a passion for teaching the younger generation. She also loved Celine Dion, fashion, photography and lifestyle blogs. I’d never heard of the enormous phenomenon, “modern vintage,” until I met her.
When you’re going to bed, morning reporter, Mary King is probably getting up to begin her day. As a morning reporter for WIS News 10 in Columbia, South Carolina, she is at constant speed from the moment she steps into the station. Journalism is a calling for her and she shares how one particular scripture […]
Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of summer, which means cookouts, pool openings, and rising temperatures. It also begs the question: what will be the Song of the Summer? Every year has that earworm you can’t shake, and whether it’s 2011’s “Sexy & I Know It” or “I Gotta Feeling” from 2009, it seems […]