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7 Thanksgiving Desserts That Aren’t Pie

Thanksgiving is a holiday that’s generally centered around tradition. Year after year we surround the table giving thanks and eat, more or less, the same dishes — mashed potatoes, some sort of stuffing, turkey, maybe a green bean casserole, and pies. Sticking to tradition is great but it can be claustrophobic for those of us […]

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Five Ways To Stay Caught Up During NaNoWriMo

November is almost half way over, and that means those participating in National Novel Writing Month, also known as NaNoWriMo, should be almost half way done with their novels. The goal of NaNoWriMo is for each participant to write 50,000 words in the month of November, about 1667 words a day, which is essentially the […]

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CAROLINE BARRY’s Step into the Spotlight with “10 Days in a Madhouse”

In an era where feminism is openly discussed and championed, it’s no surprise that film studios are beginning to produce more female-focused work. And it’s certainly no surprise to learn that Nellie Bly, an American journalist known for her investigative and undercover reporting, is one film studio’s newest movie subject. In 1887, Bly faked insanity in order […]

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The FlashBack: “The Flash” – Episode 6 “Enter Zoom”

This week we finally get to truly encounter Zoom so if you haven’t seen last night’s episode this is your call to step away from the recap. If spoilers don’t scare you, hold on to your hat because here we go.

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Fly Like a Girl: “Supergirl” – Episode 3 “Fight or Flight”

So about that interview. It’s a pretty lackluster interview which I think is a weakness of the episode here. The show is definitely improving with its writing and acting, but it’s not quite smooth yet.

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How To Deal with Being Ghosted

Though it may seem like a new phenomenon, “ghosting” is quite possibly the most earth-shattering way to break up with someone and has become a huge part of our growing culture. Regarded as a way of cutting off all communication with an individual without any valid explanation, ghosting is not only the most disrespectful and […]

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Coffee Guide: Kansas City

When people think about Kansas City food they most commonly think about steak and barbecue. While the greater Kansas City area does do both and do them well, its surrounding suburbs have a thriving coffee culture with popular caffeine crawls and custom roasters. Kansas City is even home to Pete Licata, 2013 World Barista Champion. Getting a […]

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Café Guide: South Bend, Indiana

With Notre Dame’s Fighting Irish heating up the college football scene this season, many are flocking to South Bend, Indiana to catch one of the team’s historical games in all its glory. As visitors head to the city rich with history and a firm foodie milieu, South Bend’s cool café atmosphere is often overlooked. Whether you’re looking […]

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The FlashBack: “The Flash” – Episode 5 “The Darkness and the Light”

Earth-2, eight months ago. Harrison Wells (the real one for his world) is holding a press conference to talk about STAR Labs’ commitment to helping save the world from metahuman bad guys. Wells, you see, has developed a series of apps to let people detect approaching metahumans.

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Fly Like a Girl: “Supergirl” – Episode 2 “Stronger Together”

Kara, still flying high on her defeat of Vartox, is hard at work. First, DEO is putting her through her paces. She needs training, or so thinks Henshaw, but our girl in blue disagrees.

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Gossip Killed The Radio Star: An Open Letter to The Media and Music Lovers

As a self-proclaimed entertainment news junkie, one of the things I have always been interested in, is knowing what goes on in the entertainment industry after the cameras stop rolling. I’m just as guilty of being involved in the very conversation I’m about to break apart. However, it wasn’t until recently that I realized how damaging and disrespectful this type of fascination can be to the world of music.

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Entertainment Roundup: What Happened in October

Happy Halloween! October is known for being a spooky month, and this month’s celebrity entertainment stories were nothing short of thrilling, shocking, and scary! Without further ado, here are the biggest headline-making stories from the month of October!

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Top 10 Best ’90s Halloween Sitcom Episodes

Halloween means different things to different people. For some, it’s all about the showy costumes. For others, it’s a chance to party with friends and strangers. And for children everywhere, it’s a time of ghosts, goblins, witches, pumpkins… and candy. I like to think there’s still a little bit of child in all of us—a […]

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The FlashBack: “The Flash” – Episode 4 “The Fury of Firestorm”

So two years ago there is this high school football player named Jefferson Jackson, aka Jax, who is celebrating the game-winning touchdown out on the field with his team. It’s a super important game and everyone is happy, but Jax sees the particle accelerator explode in the distance.

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Fly Like a Girl: “Supergirl” – Episode 1 “Pilot”

We start with a look into the past, little teenaged Kara Zor-El being prepared to launch from her home planet, Krypton, in the moments before the planet is destroyed along with everyone on it. Her parents are shipping her off to Earth to look after and protect her infant cousin, Kal-El.

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