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Wrapped in the Covers: Lisa Loeb "Stay (I Missed You)"

This is arguably one of the best songs to come out of the ’90s and because I’m in a missing mood, that was what it had to be this week. 39 more words

Wrapped In The Covers

2015 Palm Springs International Film Festival: Helicopter Mom

Any mama bird will tell you that sometimes your offspring need a gentle push from the nest. Single mom Maggie (Nia Vardalos) certainly subscribes to that theory, opting for a forcible shove when it comes to dislodging her 17-year-old son Lloyd (Jason Dolley) from the safety of a heteronormative lifestyle. 24 more words

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Music and presence for the holidays

When I first saw the above comic, I was instantly struck by the profundity of its meaning. Amidst all of the holiday hubbub, I tend to overlook the true end result as I focus on finding just the right gifts, braving the lines at the post office, and getting ready for travel. 1,143 more words

The Pop Ups

She Likes Girls - Short Story

She Likes Girls

A friend of mine told me three weeks ago that Emily Delevan wasn’t really the girl I thought I knew. He said that she looked all sweet and innocent and everything—you know, working that special librarian job and helping the kids find books and eating organic foods and shit. 894 more words

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Boyz II Men, Lisa Loeb, And So Much Ace Of Base: A Look Back At Billboard's Top 10 Songs Of 1994

Twenty years ago, in 1994, a great number of things happened in the world of music. Nas and Biggie dropped their iconic debut albums. Green Day and Oasis released Dookie and Definitely, Maybe, respectively, which had a profound effect on the direction popular rock music would go for the rest of the decade. 1,786 more words

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INDUSTRY: EPICURIOUS SERIES

Have you seen this Epicurious series? It’s not well-produced (like, at all) but there’s something about getting behind the scenes of B-List celebrity kitchens that allows us to overlook the “Christmas Morning, 1989″ quality of the film. 37 more words

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