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The Hudsucker Takes on the 89th Annual Academy Awards: Predictions, Hopes and Snubs

The 89th Academy Awards take place this Sunday hosted by Jimmy Kimmel at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California. For the fifth year in a row, The Hudsucker tries its hand at predicting the winners in each of the major categories. Once again, a few of our resident cinephiles — Nicole Drum, Jessica Fritz, Katherine Hernandez, Tania Hussain, Meg Quinn, and Elizabeth […]

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The Hudsucker Takes on the 88th Annual Academy Awards: Predictions, Hopes and Snubs

The 88th Academy Awards take place this Sunday at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California, and as awards season comes to a close, The Hudsucker once again tries its hand at predicting the winners in each category. For the fourth year in a row, a few of our resident cinephiles — Andrew Rogers, Nicole Drum, Jessica Fritz, Katherine Hernandez, […]

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The Hudsucker Takes on the 87th Annual Academy Awards: Predictions, Hopes and Snubs

The 87th Academy Awards take place this Sunday at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California, and as awards season winds down, The Hudsucker once again tries its hand at predicting the winners in each category. For the third year in a row, a few of our resident cinephiles – Alex Keobke, Andrew Rogers, Bo Dietrick, Nicole […]

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Our Top Picks for the Best Albums of 2014

It’s been an interesting year for music. From Iggy Azalea’s Fancy blowing up on the radio, to a free record from U2 for every iTunes user in the world, to multiple bands breaking up and reuniting, 2014 draws to a close with some incredible tunes from a diverse mix of musical genres. The biggest story this […]

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12 of Our Favorite Holiday Movies

Between baking cookies, trimming the tree and last-minute gift shopping, many of us will rejoice in the time we get to finally curl up on the couch drinking hot cocoa with our family and friends. While mastering the art of a holiday couch potato, many of us will be situated in front of the TV too, watching some of our favorite holiday […]

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The Hudsucker Celebrates One-Hit Wonder Day!

Happy One-Hit Wonder Day! Any way you look at it, the industry is cluttered with one-hit wonders, musicians who are known for only one single success. In honor of this day, our writers took part in a piece celebrating our generation’s greatest tracks and share their favorite one-hit wonders.

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Remembering Robin Williams

Earlier this week, the death of actor and comedian, Robin Williams stunned not just his many fans around the world, but his family, close friends and co-stars from the film industry. Williams, 63, committed suicide in his California home on August 11—a death that came as an incredible shock to those that knew the certified comic genius. It was reported in the last few months that Williams was battling severe depression, and most recently revealed by his wife, Susan Schneider, that he was in the early stages of Parkinson’s Disease.

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He Said, She Said: Dealing with The In-Laws

This week we hear from Scott of South Bend, Indiana who wants to ask for his girlfriend’s father for his daughter’s hand in marriage but is having trouble warming up to her parents–or rather, them warming up to him. Scott wonders when and how should he approach her folks? Our team sit at the round table and discuss this week’s relationship dilemma.

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Christmas Through Our Eyes: Images of the Holiday

Ti’s the season to be jolly and spread cheer! December is one of the most loved months from the year as Christmas arrives with all the joys of the season. Here at The Hudsucker, we are celebrating our second Christmas together and showcasing our love for the season in the best way possible–a look at […]

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Halloween with The Hudsucker: Fearfest!

What is fear? Scientifically speaking, it is an essential bodily response to physical and emotional danger. If we didn’t feel any fear, we would not be able to protect ourselves from real harm and threats. Fear has come in various forms throughout the years and no, we’re not speaking of the lack of a wi-fi […]

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He Said, She Said: Deciphering The “Sighs” Within a Long-Distance Relationship

A long-distance relationship, known as an “LDR” is typically an intimate relationship where two individuals are separated by a considerable amount of distance. They each face a geographical impediment and most times lack any real face-to-face contact. Quite often LDRs are formed through the online medium where two people will meet and be romantically inclined […]

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