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Batter Up cupcake review

With cupcakes being the new fad in food, I was extremely excited to try the cupcakes at Batter Up Cupcakes in Rancho Bernardo. Yet, I was sadly disappointed when my supposedly glorious cupcakes that I paid four dollars for tasted like it was a three day old supermarket cupcake. Maybe …

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Twerking

The newest dance craze rattling the viral media is twerking. Groups of friends all across the nation are coming together to make “Twerk Team” videos and post them online. Twerking is when a dancer, typically a woman, shakes her hips in and up-and-down motion causing her butt cheeks to shake. …

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Review: “To Be Perfectly Honest” – B

  Typically I hate books about pathological liars, because they keep, um, lying. Colette Shawn, the main character of To Be Perfectly Honest, by Sonya Sones, is no different. Except I didn’t hate her as much. Colette is an unreliable narrator, and will lie about anything, so I read the …

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Review: This is Us

In its second week since its premiere, this movie has already made almost 50 million dollars. Only one group can generate this type of hysteria and revenue- you guessed it, it’s One Direction. Their documentary movie, This is Us, directed by Morgan Spurlock, features behind-the-scenes of their 2013 world tour and many …

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Review: Miley Cyrus “Wrecking Ball” – C

After her daring music video, and her jaw dropping performance on the VMA’s, no one thought that Miley Cyrus could get any worse. But she did.   Recently, Miley Cyrus released a new song called “Wrecking Ball”. Unlike “We can’t Stop”, there is no twerking. But there is a nude …

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Movies Filmed in SD

California is well known for being the location of many popular movies, but one would be surprised how many great movies were filmed as close as San Diego. Your favorite celebrity might be a lot closer than you think. Plenty of famous movies like Some Like It Hot to more …

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Review: The Conjuring- B

For those who like sitting on the edge of their seat and shutting their eyes in fear, The Conjuring is quite a good fit. Although I generally find “exorcism” type movies unrealistic and somewhat stupid, this movie definitely made my heart skip a few beats. Instead of having random loud …

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Review: “Paradise Valley”

John Mayer’s singing style seems to vary with every album. The once soft-rock singer has now transformed into a more classical, folk-rock musician. His new album, Paradise Valley embodies this sound, as well as proving that Mayer’s 2012 album Born & Raised was not a one-time endeavor. As the title …

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Review: The Silent Age

    The Silent Age is one of those rare, underrated games that leave you entranced.  It is truly addicting, yet stands out from those other well-known addictive games that involve flinging birds at green pigs or slicing fruit in mid-air with samurai swords. The main protagonist in this game …

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