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Bernard Robichaud Talks Playing the Antagonist in Lifetime’s ‘Sea Change’

“Every good story needs to have an antagonist, and Bobby Sr. is a good example of that.” Actor Bernard Robichaud opens up to The Hudsucker about his new role in Lifetime’s latest made-for-television movie, Sea Change. The former Trailer Park Boys actor spills all about the gritty character in the new film.

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Try These 10 Free Jack-O’-Lantern Templates

We are now just days away until Halloween and that means only one thing as you run to the pumpkin patches this month — time to carve up some creative jack-o’-lanterns! But before you start creatively carving and decorating your home with the kids, we’ve gathered some of our favorite stencils to help you out. It’s super simple and fun […]

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Girl Scouts Announce Return of Popular Cookie Variety for 2018

Girl Scout Cookie season isn’t a real season on the calendar, but it might as well be. Every year Girl Scouts across the United States set off to sell the delicious sweet treats while cookie lovers open up their wallets to stock the pantry with their favorites. And this year, cookie fans get to welcome […]

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Krispy Kreme Brings Back Its Favorite Seasonal Doughnut

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts is bringing back its beloved fall treat, the Pumpkin Spice Original Glazed doughnut for a limited time this October.

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You Can Now Buy Wine Ice Cream and It’s Seriously Amazing

Nothing epitomizes summer quite like the beautiful blend of wine and ice cream. And thanks to one innovative creamery in update New York, we can have the best of both worlds all year round.

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How to Prepare for NaNoWriMo in 4 Easy Steps

National Novel Writing Month (shortened as “NaNoWriMo“) is an annual creative writing competition that takes place in November and pits participants against a 50,000 word deadline for their novel. In years past, many of our own writers have shared tips to help you complete your novel, however, my goal is to share a few of my […]

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‘Dancing With the Stars’ Sasha Pieterse Opens up About Medical Condition

For more than two years, Sasha Pieterse has faced some intense scrutiny from followers on social media over her weight. But now the actress is getting candid about her all too relatable medical condition. Best known for her role on Pretty Little Liars, Pieterse grew up in front of our eyes. Starring on the series […]

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Entertainment Roundup: What Happened in September

Summer has officially ended, but that doesn’t mean your favorite celebrity news has to! We’ve broken down the biggest stories from the month of September, including a slew of new Hollywood babies, an award show that had to be seen, and much more. Let’s get to it!

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Monthly ‘Idol’ Roundup: September 2017

Fall has begun and even though the weather in some places has yet to get the memo, our Idol alum have definitely received the message loud and clear. As the holiday season draws near, the show’s contestants are busy releasing new music and planning shows, among other things, so let’s fill you in on the details […]

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6 Must-See ‘Simpsons’ Premiere Episodes to Kick off Season 29

With season 29 of The Simpsons set to premiere on FOX at 8 p.m. on Sunday Oct. 1, it seems like the perfect time to look back at some of their best premiere episodes. While the middle and later seasons of the show usually began with Treehouse of Horror episodes, the earlier seasons kicked off with some […]

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10 Stunning Fashion Trends for Fall/Winter 2017 You Can Wear Now

When the temperatures start to fall, the coolest trends of the year begin to drop. This season, the fashion runways showcased trends covering a wide range of styles based on different eras and ideals, a mixture which is reflective of the growing need for variety and diversity in our culture. Here’s a guide to the […]

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Elishia Perosa Talks Changing the World for Victims of Domestic Violence

According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV), nearly 20 people every minute are abused by an intimate partner in the United States. In a year’s time, that equals more than 10 million women and men. It’s a grim statistic, not one that actress Elishia Perosa every thought much about much less thought would […]

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9 Fun-Filled Activities Your Fall To-Do List Must Have

Fall is finally upon us! Synonymous with falling leaves, crisp air, pumpkins, football games, sweater weather, and of course the famed, Pumpkin Spice Latte being back at Starbucks and seeing some heavy competition from another seasonal drink soon to take over our tastebuds, the Maple Pecan Latte  — there’s no denying this is a season just […]

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5 New iOS 11 Features That Will Make Your Life Easier

Apple’s new iOS 11 became available earlier this week and while any major change can be a little daunting, this latest update comes with some pretty incredible features that users are going to love. And we’re not just talking about new emojis either. The new iOS 11 is packed with some really useful features that […]

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Is It Actually Possible to Have an Exercise Allergy?

We all know the benefits of exercise for a healthy lifestyle, but if you feel nauseous after working out or are convinced another minute on the treadmill will kill you, it might not be in your head anymore. It turns out, being “allergic to exercise” isn’t just another plea to skip the gym and lounge […]

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