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Welcome Back, Dexter

It is finally October. Yes, my favorite month is here. Fall is in full swing. It is the one month a year my bat purse doesn’t make me odd, dark make up is okay, and I get to watch all the cheesy horror movies until I want to gouge my eyes out with a dull […]

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RIP Reading Rainbow

“Butterfly in the sky, I can go twice as high” ok now many of know those words. We grew up hearing them everyday after Sesame Street and Mister Rogers, it is the opening words to Reading Rainbow’s theme song. That song has now been silenced. The last episode of the show aired August 28, 2009. After 26 years, a […]

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Books Culture

Jane Austen and Zombies? Why Didn’t We Think Of This Sooner?

Okay, I’ll admit it: I don’t like Jane Austen. I know that is some kind of blasphemy. I’m ready for the flaming and requests to hand in my chick card. I just cannot stand to read 90% of her writing. I know that she is considered one of the great writers in history.

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Arts Culture

Race to Witch Mountain Speculation

I was pretty excited when I heard they were remaking Escape to Witch Mountain. I loved the original and their sequel. Even though both movies were released before I was born (1975 and 1978 respectively), my parents taped them off of cable (or ABC’s the Wonderful World of Disney on Sunday nights) and I watched them […]

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Lifestyle

New Year’s Resolutions: An Arbitrary Time for Change

I personally am not a fan of new Years Resolutions. I like making an effort to better myself in the new year, but the whole making lofty goals and having a deadline for making said goals just bothers me. Maybe it is because I’m still under the delusion that I’m a non-conformist, but I just […]