Martin Scorsese is Back – Mobsters Return to Screen

Nobody does mobster movies like Martin Scorsese. Remember Goodfellas, in 1990? He introduced us to what it was like to grow up in the mob. Well, he’s at it again. In 2018, he’ll bring The Irishman to Netflix. And what’s even better is that he has reunited some of the big screens most famous wise guys. Robert […]

Nobody does mobster movies like Martin Scorsese. Remember Goodfellas, in 1990? He introduced us to what it was like to grow up in the mob. Well, he’s at it again. In 2018, he’ll bring The Irishman to

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The New Harry Potter Book is a Lie

“New Harry Potter Book” (stop lying to me!) Every time I see the headline “New Harry Potter book,” my brain turns a somersault. My blood races. My heart pounds. I see stars. I laugh. I cry. I praise the supreme goodness of my life, the higher powers that control my destiny, and J. K. Rowling. […]

“New Harry Potter Book” (stop lying to me!)

Every time I see the headline “New Harry Potter book,” my brain turns a somersault. My blood races. My heart pounds. I see stars. I laugh. I cry.

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Chester Bennington Remembered in 3 Linkin Park Songs

This week has been a tough one for Linkin Park fans. The American rock band’s lead singer, Chester Bennington, reportedly committed suicide in his private L.A. residence on Thursday. In remembrance of Chester Bennington, and to get you through this tragedy, here are three Linkin Park songs to listen to. (They probably won’t cheer you […]

This week has been a tough one for Linkin Park fans. The American rock band’s lead singer, Chester Bennington, reportedly committed suicide in his private L.A. residence on Thursday.

In remembrance of Chester Bennington, and to

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Telemarketers: How Do They Keep Getting Through?

Telemarketers. Oh, how we despise them. They call non-stop. They call during dinner. Each day they try to get us to buy something. And we’re not interested. We understand everyone needs a job, but no one wants to be harassed in the privacy of their own home. How can we get them to stop calling? […]

Telemarketers. Oh, how we despise them. They call non-stop. They call during dinner. Each day they try to get us to buy something. And we’re not interested. We understand everyone needs a job, but no

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What You Need to Know About the New Female Doctor Who

If you haven’t yet heard the news, BBC just announced that, for the first time ever since its premiere in 1963, Doctor Who will played by a woman. It took us 54 years and 13 Doctors to get there, but we’re there at last. A female Doctor Who is something fans have been clamoring for […]

If you haven’t yet heard the news, BBC just announced that, for the first time ever since its premiere in 1963, Doctor Who will played by a woman. It took us 54 years and 13

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Female Kicker in NFL? Adams State Student Up for Challenge

Professional football is full of super talented athletes. Perhaps the only thing the league is missing is a woman. Well, if Arizona high school student Becca Longo has her way, that’s about to change. Her goal is to be a kicker for the NFL. She is already the first woman to be on scholarship at […]

Professional football is full of super talented athletes. Perhaps the only thing the league is missing is a woman. Well, if Arizona high school student Becca Longo has her way, that’s about to change. Her

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Peanut: An App for Moms Looking for Moms

With all the dating apps available, someone has found a way for married moms to connect with other married moms. Peanut is a way to meet other moms online. Our question is, why? Apparently, no one wants to meet at Mommy and Me or in the park like normal mothers do. Here’s how the app works. Since […]

With all the dating apps available, someone has found a way for married moms to connect with other married moms. Peanut is a way to meet other moms online. Our question is, why? Apparently, no

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Here Are 5 Fun Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About the French Revolution

July 14 is Bastille Day is France – the equivalent of Independence Day in the U.S. It marks the anniversary of the day when a group of incensed French citizens stormed the Bastille Prison in Paris, thus jump-starting the French Revolution. Basically a 10-year party across France. (For “party:” read “blood-bath.”) To satisfy your curiosity, […]

July 14 is Bastille Day is France – the equivalent of Independence Day in the U.S. It marks the anniversary of the day when a group of incensed French citizens stormed the Bastille Prison in

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This Family’s Baby Girl is the First in 137 Years of Boys

The Settles of Bluffton, South Carolina, have had male children for as long as they could remember. But after 137 years, Will Settle and his wife, Kelen welcomed Carter Louise, a baby girl into the world. Will’s co-workers were so happy for the couple they surprised them with a 12′ x 24′ billboard with their […]

The Settles of Bluffton, South Carolina, have had male children for as long as they could remember. But after 137 years, Will Settle and his wife, Kelen welcomed Carter Louise, a baby girl into the

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Celebrating Henry David Thoreau’s Bicentennial

If you don’t remember from your high school English class, Henry David Thoreau is the author of Walden. A book, first published in 1854, that describes his life in a cabin in the woods, where he grew all his own food and was entirely self-sufficient (more or less). Considered one of the great American classics, […]

If you don’t remember from your high school English class, Henry David Thoreau is the author of Walden. A book, first published in 1854, that describes his life in a cabin in the woods, where

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