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Stephen King’s The Institute

‘Twas the spookiest of nights and all through the house, not an evil being was resting-not even a mouse.  The kidnappers went down the hallways with care, taking another child and his teddy bear. The child was kept, only parents killed, because the Institute’s cages needed to be filled.   Goblins, …

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Now United: a symbol of unity

The UK, US, Canada, Germany, Finland, Russia, China, Japan, South Korea, Philippines, India, Senegal, Mexico and Brazil.  These fourteen countries are represented by the fourteen members of the latest teen pop group Now United. Now United’s purpose is to unite singers and dancers from around the globe in a show …

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CW’s Batwoman Raises Controversy

The CW recently announced that they’re adding the wealthy heiress, Batwoman, to their “Arrowverse.”  The first look trailer, released in May of 2019, has racked up six million views in three months. Though that may seem impressive, just one look at the number of dislikes will certainly dismiss such praise. …

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See ya, Spidey

Many MCU fans were outraged as recent disputes between Disney (the parent company of Marvel) and Sony have lead to the removal of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Holland first appeared as the MCU’s first Spider-Man in 2015, having a brief but memorable part in Captain America: …

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Remembering Cameron Boyce

“There is a long line of difference makers in my family, I am following in the footsteps of some really strong men and women who’ve showed me what it means to give back. It’s the greatest way to fulfill yourself,” late actor Cameron Boyce said.  Boyce peacefully passed away in …

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Why you shouldn’t read Into the Water

Days constantly filled with praise and awards, popular Paula Hawkins’ great anticipation for her newest mystery-thriller novel, Into the Water was no surprise. The book  was published following the success of The Girl on the Train, which was produced into a movie in 2014. Into the Water showcases the extremes …

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The rhythm of the future

“Who the hell are these guys?” This question emerges more and more as music continues to drastically evolve; the biggest changes coming even in the last decade. From the emergence of rap in the 90s, to the growing popularity of pop and hip hop in the 2000s changes in the …

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Christmas card lane, a PQ phenomenon

The smell of freshly brewed hot chocolate drifting down the street and twinkling lights down Christmas Card Lane captivate the minds of the community. This custom began with a mere 15 houses and has now spread to over 200 homes, ultimately fulfilling the original vision. For 31 years, residents of …

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