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Swing Time: The Hudsucker’s Quintessential Spring Playlist

In what feels like one of the longest seasons ever, winter has given us some crazy cold temperatures and dropped off its final bit of snow, but soon enough we can put all that pesky cold gear away because we’re just days away from a brand new season. And a brand new season means a fresh new playlist!

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Happy New Year to All Our Readers for a Prosperous 2017!

From all of us here at The Hudsucker, we wish you a very Happy New Year! May 2017 bring you and yours an abundance of love, happiness, good health and success, with a bounty of inspiration to your life and passions. Stay tuned in the coming weeks as we will be bringing you new content, more exclusives, interviews, and contests. You […]

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Our Warmest Wishes for a Merry Christmas!

From all of us here at The Hudsucker, we wish you and your families all the best as you celebrate this Christmas! May your holiday sparkle with moments of love, laughter and goodwill, and may the year ahead be full of contentment and joy. 

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Holiday Reading Roundup

On behalf of our staff at The Hudsucker, we wish you and your families the very best this season as you celebrate the holidays with your loved ones! May your winter sparkle with love and deliver an abundance of happiness and good cheer your way, and shine with moments of love, laughter and goodwill!

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The Hudsucker’s Favorite Christmas Albums

We can all agree that one of the best things about the holiday season is listening to all the Christmas music. While so many of the classics we have come to love over the years have been recorded a million times by artists new and old, there is a long list of festive albums that have made […]

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Christmas Week 2016 Movie Preview

More than ever, we are compelled to turn to entertainment for escapism. With all the social strife and political turmoil that unfolded throughout 2016, the movie theater is the destination for being transported away from reality for a few hours and entering into a different state of mind. As the year finally winds down, this winter season’s selection of December […]

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7 Easy Tips for Celebrating Your Baby’s First Christmas

Between the hot cocoa and long shopping lists, it’s as clear as ice that the holidays have officially begun. But while it might seem a little like last year with the same old Starbucks lattes and that sparkly décor lining your home, there’s one true thing that promises to make this year your most special […]

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The Importance of Setting Realistic Resolutions for the New Year

As we move into 2017, it is only natural to spend time thinking about what resolutions you are going to try and set. Similarly, you may find yourself thinking about the things that you wanted to accomplish in 2016 that perhaps fell by the wayside. But while it can be easy to think of your life and […]

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6 Interesting Facts You Didn’t Know About ‘It’s A Wonderful Life’

With the holidays officially here, there is no better tradition than cozying up on the couch in your comfy PJs, indulging in festive treats and cocoa, watching a film inspired by the season. But while so many movies have been released over the years specifically for the Christmas season, no film has created quite the […]

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The Hudsucker’s Quintessential Holiday Playlist

Between all that tree trimming and holiday baking, there’s a well-loved and appreciated universality to yuletide music that transcends Christmas. Not only does it bring about a warmth to the season with velvety sounds and notes, but it has the power to illuminate a charm like no other season. To get you in the mood […]

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‘Bad Santa 2’s Cristina Rosato Talks St. Nick’s Raunchy Return

It’s official: The holidays are upon us. With the season of giving in full swing, films with a holiday flair are turning up in theaters across the globe. This season marks the return of a Christmas favorite in the form of Billy Bob Thornton as everyone’s favorite “Bad Santa”. Bad Santa 2 debuted in theaters […]

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The Best of 2016 Christmas Albums

It’s the day after Thanksgiving, which means it’s now socially acceptable to start playing holiday-themed music as you countdown to December 25! From fresh takes on traditional classics to the introduction of new contemporary originals, there’s never a shortage of creativity when it comes to introducing new Christmas songs to the music listener’s repertoire. With the […]

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Happy Thanksgiving to All Our Readers

On behalf of our staff at The Hudsucker, we wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving! We are so grateful for all of you taking such an interest in our online magazine and all the content we dedicate ourselves to bringing you each and every day. You do all of us a great honor just by […]

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6 Haunted Train Stations Around the World

There is a fixating quality to scary stories. From goosebump-inducing tales told around the campfire to creepypasta urban legends that have gone viral on the internet, people are naturally drawn into the shock and awe of the world of the supernatural. One place where encounters with ghosts and spirits occur frequently are at train stations. Both […]

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David S. Pumpkins Is Our Favorite Look This Halloween

For over 40 years, Saturday Night Live has been bringing us hilarious and memorable characters that branch out into the occasional Halloween costume. From the Spartan Cheerleaders to Wayne’s World, to The Coneheads or even Chris Farley’s iconic motivational speaker and traveling salesman, Matt Foley who lives in a van by the river — SNL has […]

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