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Wonderspaces: a Museum for All

During the summer, social media websites have been full of videos of teenagers frolicking with air dancers and pictures with people peering into mirrored light images, after looking into this Instagram phenomenon more, I found Wonderspaces, a pop up modern art gallery full of interactive activities  at the corner of Russel Parkway …

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A New Style

After four straight hours of Los Angeles traffic, I had to pee. Entering the parking lot to the Greek Theatre in Griffith Park, my first stop was the never-ending line to the girls’ restroom. Taking a look at the completely empty boys’ restroom, my quick urge to just go use …

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Fresh Bread: 85°C Bakery Review

On a Saturday night around 11 o’clock, 85°C was still buzzing with people. This little known bakery is actually a massive chain that started in Taiwan and has since expanded to major cities in the US. The bakery itself is a different concept from its American counterpart like Panera. You …

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Go Set a Watchman

Acclaimed author Harper Lee’s recently released novel Go Set a Watchman proved to be the publication that launched a thousand ships this past summer. Lee is known for authoring the American classic To Kill a Mockingbird, a book read by millions of students and literary lovers worldwide. The announcement of …

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“Crimson Peak” made me see red

  It’s that time of the year again. As everyone prepares for the festive, over-marketed holiday of Halloween, the film industry begins to pump out movies at the rate that Starbucks does Pumpkin Spice Lattes. Films that promise to terrify, frighten, and spook the general public. As countless decide that …

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Review: Catching Fire A

The movie Catching Fire takes place one year after Katniss Everdeen’s victory in the 74th annual Hunger Games, and she is faced with a difficult task: convincing the districts that her final act in the last hunger games was an act of love, not one of defiance. First, some background. …

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