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Utilizing Your Past Experiences to Move Forward

When you think about what your future looks like, it can only be natural to find yourself thinking about some of your past experiences. And if you are looking to make changes in your life to grow as a person, looking to your past can be one of the best things that you can do. […]

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How to Live Life Optimistically and Gratefully

As you go through life, you are going to encounter a plethora of moments in adversity. But nothing is more important for your mental health than making sure you handle it in a healthy way. Working towards becoming a more optimistic and grateful person doesn’t mean that you suddenly become ignorant about difficulties placed in front […]

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Country Artist Hunter Miller Opens up About the Journey of Making Music

Among one of this year’s most defining trends in music, the country genre has embraced a new aesthetic that blends pop, rock and hip-hop with its sound and style. Thanks to streaming platforms contributing to the evolution of the musical landscape, this cross-pollination has opened doors for artists looking to be part of a fresh […]

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3 Reasons Why You Need to Watch ‘Kevin (Probably) Saves the World’

While the 2018 television season gives us plenty to watch, one refreshing series truly stands out among primetime’s current offerings. With a unique concept, phenomenal cast and consistent humor, ABC’s sweet dramedy, Kevin (Probably) Saves the World is definitely one of the more original accomplishments on TV this season.

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Actor Bruno Verdoni Plays Aces in Oscar Bound ‘Molly’s Game’

Actor Bruno Verdoni has been showing off his acting chops in the film and television industry for more than three decades, but this Christmas the Canadian actor gets to play aces with some of Hollywood’s greatest. Starring in Aaron Sorkin’s directorial debut, Molly’s Game set to release Dec. 25, Verdoni plays an important role 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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Radek Lord of HBO’s ‘Ballers’ Talks the Art of Being an Actor

Whether they’re fresh faces or indie darlings, audiences are introduced to new and gifted young actors every season in Hollywood. While some young actors have solidified their Hollywood stardom, landing coveted roles and turning studio projects into blockbusters, others are on the verge of achieving it, like Radek Lord — one of industry’s freshest new […]

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Caileigh Scott and Jacklyn Collier of ‘Girlcrush’ Are the Comedy Duo We Need

Girlcrush’s creators, Caileigh Scott and Jacklyn Collier talk about their empowering and funny sketch series, writing relationship, and why feminism truly benefits everyone.

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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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When the Man Comes Around: Looking Back on the Wolverine Trilogy

Warning: this article contains spoilers. In 2000, a relative unknown named Hugh Jackman stole the show playing Wolverine in X-Men. Though his casting didn’t garner much enthusiasm from fans at the time, over the course of 17 years, Jackman has become synonymous with the character, much like Robert Downey Jr. and his portrayal of Iron […]

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Here’s to the Ones Who Dream: Essential Life Lessons From ‘La La Land’

Paying respect to the stubborn hearts who dare to light up and live beyond practicality (complete with spoilers — you have been warned), “La La Land” is a film full of meaning with lessons we can all truly appreciate in hopes to ignite our greater purpose.

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Movie Review: An Impressive Battle Royale in ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’

After an on-going controversy stemming from its initial production and casting, the highly anticipated Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice finally opened up last Friday. Although the gladiator matchup of the ages left critics with a bad taste in their mouth and less than kind reviews, the film racked up a little more than an […]

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Mind of Malik: Zayn’s Debut Album Aims Too High To Please

Full disclosure: I am a Directioner. If you’re unsure, that’s a ride-or-die, ‘til-the-end One Direction fan. On March 25, 2015, I (along with the most of the 1D fandom) was confused, saddened, and angry after learning one of the band’s founding members, Zayn Malik, walked away from the group. Fast forward exactly one year later: […]

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Can Having a Baby Resolve Marital Infidelity?

Whether emotional or physical, many couples believe the number one quick fix to infidelity is by having a baby. Often assumed that the miracle of a new life will aid in a newly renewed bond between the couple for a better relationship and distract them from past conflict, a baby becomes the ultimate symbol of […]

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How to Send American Idol Off in Style

In just over a week, on Wednesday the 6th of January, American Idol will begin airing its final trek around the country to find a star and the pressure is on for the franchise and the judges (Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez and Harry Connick Jr. are all returning) to find one last superstar, while simultaneously […]

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