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An Electrifying Valentine for Aquarius

Valentine's Day, located in the midst of Aquarius' sign, is a celebration of courtly and romantic love. An odd combo for the most unique and unconventional sign. Here are some tips from the stars to stimulate your creativity when wooing or pleasing an Aquarian. Show More Summary

Recipe for Success: Grammy Nominated Producer, Ricky Reed, on Joy Before Ego

How do you go from dishwasher to Grammy nominee? Over some late, late snacks (AKA breakfast) at his Silver Lake, Los Angeles recording studio, Grammy-nominated producer and founder of the group Wallpaper., Ricky Reed, talks about focusing on joy on the most recent episode of The Dinner Party with Elysabeth Alfano. Show More Summary

Formation Isn't Our Party. Quit Crying About That.

I, like most people, found out about Beyonce's new single because everyone on my Twitter timeline was completely losing their minds. So I, like any good millennial (I know I am on the older end, just let me have it) immediately dropped what I was doing to check it out. Show More Summary

The Bachelor Recap: Episode 5, With Confusing Caila And Odiferous Olivia

We open with Beneric taking Odiferous Olivia (OO) aside to ask her about why the women all hate her, besides her calling the MILF "Teen Mom" which I think sounds like an awesome compliment from the other side of 30.  OO makes up a load...Show More Summary

Celebrating Urdu, the Language of Love: Mushaira Jash-e-Bahar 2016

On a beautiful and breezy early February evening as the setting sun was casting its magical spell, enthusiastic Delhiites flocked in thousands to the grounds of Delhi Public School, Mathura Road to enjoy the city's most popular mushaira, Jashn-e-Bahar, in its eighteenth edition last Friday. Show More Summary

International Blues Competition First Stop for North Carolina Guitarist

Seth Williams has gone from playing the blues on Market Street in Madison, North Carolina, to the famed Beale Street in Memphis. Welcome to the home of the blues. “I think he did really well,” says T.L Lineberry, operations director for the Carolina Blues Festival. Show More Summary

I Watched The Bachelor, and I Liked It

Everyone has his or her guilty pleasure, and mine till the end of time will always and happens to be The Bachelor. I've been completely and willing trapped in the series monster mess of tears, a cheesy fest of earnest declarations, tacky...Show More Summary

The Night I Found Out My Man Was A Porn Star (Fiction)

My ex-boyfriend David told me he was a porn star on a Tuesday. I remember the day exactly because it was also my time of the month and mother-nature had started a war somewhere south of my abdomen. Needless to say, I was already functioning on a short fuse. At first I thought he was joking, but the sincerity in his eyes proved me wrong. Show More Summary

Superbowl 50 -- Ba Humbug!

I have not watched football all season, but I watched Superbowl 50 and was horrified by the violence. There was one concussion and two other injuries. Three men were out by the third-quarter. No one cared! Thousands cheered on. While the Fourth of July half-time entertainment was such a display of lavish spending that it was hard to watch.. Show More Summary

All Good Wife Things Must End, and, in Fact, Should

The now-imminent end of CBS's critically adored and modestly rated The Good Wife raises again one of TV's most awkward questions: Can a good series run too long? The answer is yes. The Good Wife, it was announced on Super Bowl Sunday, will wrap up its seven-season run this spring with nine final episodes. Show More Summary

Terence Winter, Violent Chaos and HBO's Vinyl: This, Gentlemen, Is Rock 'n Roll

If you've ever admitted you didn't want to think about what goes into the sausage, maybe you also don't want to know all the ingredients behind the music that came out of 1970s New York. Terence Winter, on the other hand, thinks those elements make way too good a story not to tell. Show More Summary

Tommy James' New Movie, His Music, the Mob, and a Whole Lot of Hanky Panky

Whenever I hear Crystal Blue Persuasion, no matter what I'm doing or what's going on around me, I have to pause as, for just those few minutes, I am transported back to a time when life, though it may not have actually been simpler, certainly seems so from a perspective of 40 years hence. Show More Summary

Sitcoms Do Matter

Muslims are the most despised group in America today, according to researchers. More people hate Muslims than gay people, Asians, Jews and Mexicans, at least since 2004 when such evidence started being recorded. And when hate spikes, so do hate crimes. Show More Summary

10 Crazy Safety Facts You Never Knew

This post appeared first on The Savvy Scot   Some people would say that the world has gone safety mad. Everywhere we turn there are massive warning signs or bright coloured tape marking 'hazards'. Here are 10 safety facts that I bet you didn't know...   Every year, approximately 3 million employees are disabled at work. Show More Summary

Beyoncé Made You Uncomfortable for a Reason

A photo posted by Beyoncé (@beyonce) on Feb 7, 2016 at 7:13pm PST The critics wasted no time condemning Beyoncé's "Formation" Super Bowl routine for its overarching symbolism that included Black Panther-styled costuming, dancers in a (somehow threatening) "X" formation and afros all around. Show More Summary

Disney's Finest Hours is About a Different Kind of Military Power

In the book turned latest Disney action movie The Finest Hours, Chris Pine plays real-life Coast Guard hero Bernie Webber. In February 1952 Webber and his crew of three saved 32 of 33 sailors trapped on the stern end of the Pendleton, a ship that split in two during a historic storm off New England. Show More Summary

Nostalgia Theater Podcast: Rambo Creator David Morrell Draws First Blood

For this week's Nostalgia Theater Podcast I discuss the Rambo phenomenon with author David Morrell, whose 1972 novel First Blood is where it all began. Despite its reputation for ultra-violence, the Rambo series, starring Sylvester Stallone as war-weary Vietnam vet John J. Show More Summary

TRIBE X - Ep.21

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AMANZA - Ep.34

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Aisle View: The Birth of a Playwright

Timothée Chalamet in John Patrick Shanley's Prodigal Son. Photo: Joan Marcus An unruly teen from the Irish tenements of the Bronx is transplanted to a white-bread Catholic prep school on a hilltop in New Hampshire, where his braggadocio, bluster and petty-thievery threaten his escape from the ghetto. Show More Summary

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