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Gazing at Gaudi’s Masterpieces in Barcelona

The city of Barcelona is characterized by the unusual, unique, and undeniably radical creations of Antoni Gaudi. The Catalonian architect was the best known practitioner of Modernisme, Catalan’s Art Nouveau movement. Some of the hallmark qualities of Gaudi’s highly imaginative and one-of-a-kind style include the use of stone and iron materials, ceramic and stained glass […]

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How Adult Coloring Books Are Great for Your Mental Health

Break out the crayons and markers, because coloring books are making a huge comeback — for grown-ups! In what might seem like a surprise for so many and a total “HUH?” moment, artsy adult-friendly coloring books are currently flying off the shelves and for good reason. The adult coloring book phenomenon has a plethora of […]

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Chasing Waterfalls in Southern Iceland

There is no place in the world like Iceland. The Nordic island is a showcase for all of Earth’s most stunning and surreal natural wonders, from volcanoes and glaciers, to hot springs and black sand beaches. In fact, it’s almost like setting foot on a whole new planet, but likely for us all, Iceland is immensely […]

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The Must-See Photos From Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Royal Wedding

With millions of eyes watching the highly anticipated royal wedding last weekend between Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle, it’s no secret the romantic ceremony seen around the world was full of iconic moments. Audiences took to social media all week reliving the sweet flashes from the wedding seen round the world, like the […]

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Monthly ‘Idol’ Roundup: April 2018

There’s lots going on in the American Idol universe with the new season having just announced its Top 10, while also spotlighting Idol alum in their weekly “American Idol Icons” segment, all eyes are on the show and, by extension, its alumnus to succeed. With that in mind, many of the ex-contestants have been looking to make […]

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Monthly ‘Idol’ Roundup: March 2018

Since the last Idol round-up, we now live in a world where American Idol is back on our televisions, albeit with a new roster of judges, but it feels like the same show: people from all walks of life coming to show off their musical talent and blossoming into stars week upon week. Its comforting in a […]

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13 of the Most Iconic Moments From the Oscars We Will Never Forget

The 90th annual Academy Awards are just days away and it is bound to be an amazing evening. From historical moments, emotional speeches and epic fashion statements, the Oscars are known as cinema’s most coveted prize and one the industry regards as the finest. Known for showcasing the biggest and best talent in the film […]

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Vintage Oscar Photos That Are Pure Hollywood Glamour

The 90th annual Academy Awards are just days away and we couldn’t be more excited for the starry evening! But before we get swept into the glitz and glamour of Tinseltown and its finest, it’s a must that we get a dazzling look at the roots of Hollywood’s biggest night. From an unbelievably graceful Audrey Hepburn posing in […]

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David Cook Enters Brave New Stages in 2018

What is David Cook‘s recipe for success? For the pop-rock musician and American Idol Season 7 winner, it’s all about delivering constant surprises. Just as Idol prepares for its revival this March, Cook is prepped and ready to head in a few new and unexplored musical territories himself, including a new album and stage to usher […]

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Travel Guide: Christmas in New York

The holiday season transforms some places into magical winter wonderlands. One of those places is the city of New York. We’ve all seen it in movies — snow falling on Central Park, the glow of the Christmas Tree at Rockefeller Center — the only question is how to make the most of your time. To […]

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‘General Hospital’ Star Robert Palmer Watkins Gets Gritty With Latest Role in ‘Last Three Days’

Whether you believe it or not, soap operas are everyone’s guilty pleasure. From the drama to the romance, these daytime series have long been a staple on the small screen for millions of audiences around the world, while boasting some of the most recognizable talents today, like Brad Pitt, Julianne Moore and Leonardo DiCaprio. But […]

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Write On! A Playlist to Keep You Going During NaNoWriMo

November means National Novel Writing Month is in full swing, but keeping pace to write a novel of 50,000 words in 30 days is hard work. It’s easy to become demotivated and put off writing in favor of other things, only to fall behind and become further demotivated because of it. For many people, listening […]

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‘The Snowman’ Exclusive Prize Pack Giveaway

To get you ready for the season, we are excited to announce an exclusive giveaway in partnership with Universal Studios to win a prize pack from the upcoming thriller The Snowman, in theatres Oct. 20.

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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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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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