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Review: Stirk’s Gin Oak Barrel Finished

“Stirk” of Stirk’s Gin is David Stirk, the creator of the Exclusive Malts line of Scotch whiskies, and this is his gin, or rather, some sourced London Dry that was placed into recently-dumped single malt Scotch barrels for finishing (the… Continue reading ?

Hollywood Now Worries About Viewer Scores, Not Reviews

Hollywood’s latest obsession isn’t a star or a script but a number. Studio executives increasingly are looking to websites such as Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic, which average hundreds of reviews into a single score between one and 100, to signal hits and misses.

How exactly to Compose a Two-Page Paper in a Single Day

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BUSTIN' MAKES ME FEEL GOOD

[Content Note: GHOSTBUSTERS SPOILERS! Don't say I didn't warn you!] If I had to represent my review of Ghostbusters with a single image, this would be it. I just want to warn you one last time: THERE ARE SPOILERS GALORE IN THIS POST....Show More Summary

Rupture (Fantasia Review)

PLOT: A single mother is kidnapped one day by a mysterious organization that proceeds to interrogate her without explanation. They want her for something, but what? REVIEW: RUPTURE is a weird film. It's not exactly good, but it kept me intrigued throughout. Show More Summary

Review: The Arran Malt 18 Years Old

The Arran distillery on the Isle of Arran turns 21 this year. To mark the occasion, the bottler is adding an 18 year old single malt to the permanent lineup. Aged in a mix of ex-sherry and ex-bourbon casks, it is… Continue reading ?

The Infiltrator

There will hardly be a single review of “The Infiltrator” that does not make reference to its Bryan Cranston irony—he became famous for playing the brains behind a powerful drug ring on “Breaking Bad," and now portrays a real-life federal agent who went undercover to bring down the narcotics empire of infamous kingpin Pablo Escobar. Show More Summary

Michael Kiwanuka – Love and Hate (album review)

last weekMusic / Indie Music : HearYa

Back a couple of months ago when Michael announced this album with the lead single, Black Man In A White World, seemed very apt due to the times we were living in. The fact that it wound be released last Friday at the tail end of one of the most demoralizing weeks that I could [...]

Driving Ability of People with Cognitive Impairment Difficult to Assess: Research Review

No single assessment tool is able to consistently determine driving ability in people with Alzheimer's disease and mild cognitive impairment, a St. Michael's Hospital research review has found.

Books of The Times: Review: ‘Not Pretty Enough’ Charts the Rise of Helen Gurley Brown the Sex Guru

This biography of the Cosmopolitan editor and “Sex and the Single Girl” author traces her path from Arkansas-born secretary to glittering media czarina.

Single Review: Eric Church, “Record Year”

"Record Year" is cleverly written, intertwining turns of phrase with musical references that will satisfy everyone from the casual country fan (Red Headed Stranger) to the scholarly one (New Grass Revival.)

Medical News Today: Exercise in pregnancy 'good for mom and baby'

Review of research finds exercise in single pregnancy is good for normal weight mothers and their child, and is not linked to raised risk of preterm birth.

Kahr CM9 9mm: My Favorite CCW Pistol

In this video James reviews the Kahr CM9 9mm sub-compact Pistol and explains why it is his favorite Every Day Concealed Carry pistol. Kahr changed the carry game with their single stack striker fired pistols with smooth triggers. The...Show More Summary

Review: Egan’s Single Malt Irish Whiskey 10 Years Old

An old brand from the 1800s, Egan’s Irish Whiskey was revived in 2013 and is now making its way into the U.S. Its first product is this, a 10 year old single malt (sourced) “from the heart of Ireland.” Let’s… Continue reading ?

Pitchfork's Next Sunday Review: The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill

Each Sunday, Pitchfork posts a single album review that examines an important album the site has never reviewed. These pieces are in-depth long-reads from the best critics in the field, exploring the record’s original context and examining...Show More Summary

Medgadget Reviews the Sleepace Nox Sleep System

Last year, Shenzhen-based Sleepace let us test drive their RestOn smart sleep monitor to gauge the quality of our sleep. Aside from a few design quirks and a single major bug (which has since been fixed), we thought the accuracy, features, as well as personalized advice and action plans in the RestOn made it a cool device. Show More Summary

Coach's Eye: App Review

I purchased the Coach’s Eye app for my Motorola Xoom 2 on the recommendation of a friend, who is also a cheerleading coach. The Coach’s Eye app allows you to analyze your athletes, either one by one or as a team and not miss a single athlete or a single beat!

‘The High Places’ by Fiona McFarlane

2015, 275 p. And so here I am again, having finished a book of short stories, and quite at a loss to know how to review them.  It’s certainly a very accomplished selection and there wasn’t a single story where … Continue reading ?

CyberPowerPC Pro Streamer Review: Two PCs, One Box

3 weeks agoTechnology : Tom's Guide

The CyberPowerPC Pro Streamer elegantly packs two PCs inside a single case, giving Twitch streamers ultimate control and convenience.

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