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Beyond ‘The Zookeeper’s Wife’ – an In-Depth Look at Author, Diane Ackerman

The Zookeeper’s Wife, starring Jessica Chastain, follows the true story of Warsaw Zookeepers, Jan and Antonina Zabinski and how they saved hundreds of people from the Nazis in World War II. However, before the story was a film on the silver screen, it was a bestselling novel of the same name by acclaimed author Diane […]

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Up and Coming Band to Watch: Bad Bad Hats

Nearly every concert headliner has an opening act and that opening act has a tough job. They have to perform in front of a crowd that has likely never heard of them before and are anxiously awaiting the band they really came to see. The energy from the crowd is different and in many cases […]

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United State of Indiana: Wearing Your State on Your Sleeve

Since its inception in 2011, United State of Indiana has firmly believed in collaboration over competition, personal over perfect, and better over bigger. For an online shop situated in the heart of the Midwest, USI is the dominant artifact displaying state pride and love through their apparel, and working hard as a booming and creative small business.

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The Best Buzz You’re Ever Gonna Find: Heating Up Summer with Luke Bryan

With weather forecasters predicting a scorcher this season, there’s no one better to join in on the much welcomed summer fun than country music sensation Luke Bryan, who is fast becoming one of the biggest country stars of our time.

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A Comedic Pioneer: Saying Goodbye to Harold Ramis

It’s been said that laughter is the shortest distance between two people. With such a thought in mind, one can never forget the bridge comedic genius Harold Ramis built, as he brought audiences together and helped define wise-cracking comedy for generations to come. Ramis, who was best known for his roles in Ghostbusters, Stripes; and director and writer of such […]

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Baby Take A Bow: Remembering Shirley Temple Black

Iconic child star Shirley Temple died today at the age of 85. Temple was a child actress unlike any other in an industry always reinventing itself. With a career beginning at the age of 3, she became the first child performer to truly be deemed a movie star as she led and became America’s shining light during the Great Depression.

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Remembering Madiba: What Nelson Mandela Taught Me

“What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived. It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead.” — Nelson Mandela In life, character doesn’t develop in ease and quiet. It is only through the experiences of hard […]

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It’s a “New Day” with Kate Bolduan

Journalism is an integral part of the media industry. It is a very powerful and influencing medium to reckon with.  Since words whether written or spoken are very potent, journalists are in an enviable  position to alter people’s lives and by authentic reporting, move people on personal and collective levels. It is not surprising that […]

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Ben Affleck: The Renaissance Filmmaker

Every film is its own kind of expedition, and the way you move in that journey depends entirely on the director. Directing isn’t easy but reliance of the script, it should be able to challenge the directors and allow them to break new ground and reinvent their style. As a cinephile, I feel successful directors […]

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Peyton Manning: The Comeback Kid

If there’s one thing I’ve come to realize in my years of watching football, it’s that it’s a lot like life which is full of feelings and strategy. They both have us tackling our problems head-on while blocking out our fears in order to protect the dreams we cherish. With any chance we get, they […]

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Raising Hope: Malala Yousafzai – The World’s Symbol of Promise

From a purely humanistic approach, life is not about how fast you can run or how high you can climb over the obstacles. The value as to the purpose of life may pertain to a higher purpose of confronting ultimate reality; to live one’s dreams, to matter in life, to count and to stand for […]

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