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Entertainment Roundup: What Happened In July

Summer is heating up, and so are the biggest news stories in Hollywood. This month, we recap a slew of engagements, a pop star’s apparent overdose, and much more. Here are the biggest stories from Hollywood in July 2018. Advertisements

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Monthly ‘Idol’ Roundup: July 2018

With the Fourth of July this month, what could be more American than the singing show that brought us names like Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood? They, along with the other star-studded list of American Idol alum, have been busy making new music, touring, and in their personal lives, so let’s find out more about what happened […]

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These Adorable Photos from a Floating Baby Spa Will Make Your Day

Between eating and sleeping all day, babies are lucky. And if you’re looking for a fun way to add more mommy and daddy time with your little one, this is certainly the spa for you! Baby Spa Perth in Australia lets parents enjoy a unique experience with their newborns (from two days to six months) that include […]

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These Flower-Infused Jelly Cakes Are the Prettiest Thing You’ll See All Day

The past few years is proving to be an incredible year for foodies! From everything unicorn to the Mediterranean diet taking off, there is something for everyone — and their Instagram feeds, of course. But one of the most prettiest trends to drop is flower-infused jelly cakes.

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The Mermaid Castle Café That Lets You Live out Your True Aquatic Destiny

In recent years, food trends have helped to bring in some of our favorite mythical fantasies to life. But one very pretty and vibrantly creative café is taking the cake — literally, with its exotic, mermaid setting that gives you a tail to wear while you eat.

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Rock On! A Playlist for Your 4th of July Party

There’s really no wrong way to celebrate the 4th of July. Whether you’re celebrating with fireworks, parades, barbecues, or staying in and watching the movie Independence Day, there’s no shortage of things to do with your day off in the middle of summer. Regardless of how you decide to spend the day, there’s always an opportunity […]

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Entertainment Roundup: What Happened In June

It’s hard to believe 2018 is already halfway over. As the summer rolls on, everyone is busy making big plans for the beach and World Cup watch parties. But in Hollywood, they’re busy making big headlines. With a few of the year’s biggest stories happening in the month of June, let’s take a look at […]

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Summer Openings for Writers

Do you love writing and are a conversationalist? Are you enthusiastic with a sense of humor, are congenial and able to work with others? Think you’ve got a unique voice to contribute to The Hudsucker? Well, then here’s your opportunity! With a spring in our step and warmer weather here to stay, The Hudsucker is looking for […]

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Co-Founder’s Letter: Views From the Six

With the sixth anniversary of our site on June 16, what better time to reflect upon what it means to write for The Hudsucker than by hearing from our co-founder and senior writer, Andrew Rogers.

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Entertainment Roundup: What Happened in May

It’s gonna be…well, actually May has come and gone, making those *NSYNC memes feel all too fleeting. Along with the memes and final bouts of cool weather went another month of entertainment news stories that had plenty of us talking. This month, we dive in to new couples, a royal wedding, and at least one […]

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You Can Call Me Al: Paul Simon’s Accidental Impact on My Life in 6 Songs

On Friday May 18 at the Key Arena in Seattle, Washington, the legendary Paul Simon performed in concert for probably the last time on his Homeward Bound – The Farewell Tour. I had seen him twice before with my mother in 2003 when he reunited with Art Garfunkel for the Old Friends tour, and again in […]

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Royal Wedding Travel Guide: 5 Places to Visit in Honor of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Wedding

With all eyes on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle this Saturday, the hotly anticipated wedding of the year is just hours away. Since the start of their fairytale courtship in October 2016, audiences and fans of the Royal Family have been watching the couple’s romance unfold, creating excitement for everyone around the world. While all […]

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Starbucks Introduces Two New Frappuccinos to Its Permanent Menu

As the weather gets warmer and the days get longer, it’s time to set aside our favorite hot beverages and leap into some cooler menu options. Starting May 1, Starbucks is embracing the fun, sunshine months by adding two new Frappuccinos that promise to get your tastebuds blazing. In a press release from the Seattle-based […]

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MLB: A Fan’s Perspective on Bryan Price’s Tenure With the Cincinnati Reds

There was a part of me that was tempted to title this article, “A Completely Unbiased Perspective on Bryan Price’s Firing.” But of course, that would have been disingenuous. I have been a Bryan Price fan ever since he was pitching coach for the Seattle Mariners in the early 2000s, and my Twitter bio even […]

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Carrie Underwood Marks Empowering Return With New Single ‘Cry Pretty’

Touted one of the most anticipated releases of 2018, Carrie Underwood returns with “Cry Pretty,” her first solo single since 2016’s “Dirty Laundry.”

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