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They’ll Never Stop The Simpsons: Their 7 Best Seasons in Honor of 30 Years

On April 19, 1987, The Simpsons debuted as an animated short titled “Good Night” on Fox’s The Tracey Ullman Show. While the drawings were less sophisticated than they are now, the dynamic and humor of the Simpson family was there from day one. After 48 shorts over three seasons on The Tracey Ullman Show, their own primetime animated […]

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7 Recipes to Make With Fresh Berries for the Ultimate Spring and Summer Treat

We’re in full blown spring now and summer is just around the corner. Along with the hot sticky temperatures and proliferation of allergies, these warm months bring a lot of fresh, yummy foods. One of the best and most versatile are berries. While they aren’t truly in season just yet, now is the time when […]

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A Tour of Rome’s Most Enchanting Fountains You Must Check Out

Earlier this April, I wandered the cobblestone streets of Rome, Italy in search of ancient artifacts and baroque beauty. What I discovered was that Roman design is best embodied in a specific architectural piece — the water fountain. The Eternal City has a long history with water, beginning in Ancient Rome when elaborate aqueduct systems were established to transport water from […]

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10 of the Most Anticipated Movies You Need to See This Summer

Every year audiences flock to the movie theatres during the summer in order to get their latest fill of some big-screen entertainment. This summer will prove to be no different. In fact, with all the powerhouse movies that we recap below, you may find yourself spending more time at a theatre than ever before. Whether […]

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Album Review: Colton Dixon Reveals His ‘Identity’ on New Album

It’s very difficult to go through the experience of being on television in front of millions of people, be thrust into the music industry to churn out a record and remain true to oneself. It’s challenging enough to do this in the world we are living in — to not only  uphold your own values […]

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Happy Easter from The Hudsucker!

From all of us here at The Hudsucker, we wish you a Happy Easter! Representative of love and renewal, we hope your day is a grand celebration filled with lots of joy, happiness and of course chocolate! May the holiday bring you and yours warm blessings and peace. To celebrate this sweet day, we share one of […]

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Holiday Reading Roundup: Easter

With Easter coming up this weekend, our staff at The Hudsucker would like to wish you and your families the very best as you celebrate the joy and renewal this day brings with your loved ones! May your spring sparkle with love and deliver an abundance of happiness and good cheer your way, and shine with moments of […]

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4 of the Hottest Podcasts You’ve Got to Hear Right Now

Podcasts are incredibly popular right now. They make for a great alternative to listening to the radio or to music and are a convenient way to learn something new or be entertained while doing other things. But as the popularity of podcasts grows so does the variety of options listeners have. There are so many […]

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Foolproof Hacks to Clean Your Home in an Hour or Less Without the Fuss

We’ve all gotten that phone call or text from family and friends — you know which one: “I’ll be over in an hour!” Cue the groans and moans because after the day you had, your place is a downright dirty mess. From the kids’ clothes and toys scattered everywhere, to the pile of laundry in […]

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Read On! 5 Amazing Benefits of Going to Your Local Library

When most people think of libraries, they think of books and getting shushed by librarians. Though public libraries still have plenty of books, the quiet buildings where people only come to read and study are largely a thing of the past. Sure those things are still prevalent, but these days the public library has almost become […]

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7 of the Most Show-Stopping Desserts to Bake for Easter

If you celebrate, Easter is just a little over a week away. Does this holiday tend to sneak up on you more than any other, or is it just me? Every year it seems like Christmas just ended, I blink, and then it’s Easter time. It probably doesn’t help that it falls on a different […]

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Starbucks to Add a Spring in Your Step With Its Newest Menu

With spring officially here and warmer days ahead, Starbucks is celebrating the excitement of a new season in more ways than one — and we couldn’t be more happy! Starbucks has been our go-to for years and this season, they are stepping up their game with a plethora of menu items we cannot wait to […]

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How to Co-Parent Like an Adult and Make Life Way Easier Without the Crazy

Relationships are hard, but divorce can be much harder. As an ugly beast filled with a wide-range of emotions and a dose of bitterness, divorce can present some frustrating challenges for couples — like co-parenting. While both parents are often caught in a cycle of retaliation due to the mental and emotional harm each has […]

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Unmasking Savitar: 5 Fan Theories About the Big Bad Speedster

This season’s big bad on The Flash isn’t just a classic tale of Barry versus a villain. It’s an actual mystery. We have no idea who the person calling themselves Savitar, God of Speed actually is. All we know as fans is that this bad guy plans to end the Barry and Iris love story […]

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Beyond ‘The Zookeeper’s Wife’ – an In-Depth Look at Author, Diane Ackerman

The Zookeeper’s Wife, starring Jessica Chastain, follows the true story of Warsaw Zookeepers, Jan and Antonina Zabinski and how they saved hundreds of people from the Nazis in World War II. However, before the story was a film on the silver screen, it was a bestselling novel of the same name by acclaimed author Diane […]

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