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Boca's Emil and Dariel get "Satisfaction" on "America's Got Talent"


Back in June, Boca Raton’s own electric cello duo Emil and Dariel Liakhovetski surprised America, as well as the “America’s Got Talent” judges, with their version of Jimi Hendrix’s “Purple Haze.” And Tuesday night, the teen duo were back. 192 more words


Pretty Little Liars 5x11 Recap: "No One Here Can Love or Understand Me"

After Alison’s little confession regarding her “kidnapper” Cyrus, the rest of the girls lost complete trust in the blonde. I’m tired of her games too. They finally think it’s time to come clean to the police and that’s where tonight’s episode begins. 1,438 more words


How to Tell if a Book is Good

When you get out into the world and are told that you should probably consider reading as a form of mental exercise, or for pure entertainment, or whatever reason, you’ll probably ask yourself at one point, “Why is reading so damn boring?” And some of you purists might say because those types of people that get bored by reading were probably labeled developmentally challenged at some point in time during their education. 495 more words


[TV] Game of Thrones - The North Remembers (S2E1)

Quick Recap:

Joffrey is holding a tourney to celebrate his name-day when a drunken participant, Dontos, earns his ire. Joffrey is about to have him drowned in wine, when Sansa intercedes on Dontos’ behalf and asks Joffrey to spare him. 1,169 more words

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Episode One – Deadwood – Part Two

“I may have fucked my life up flatter than hammered shit…”

OK, lots of ground to cover with this post, so I’m going to condense as best I can. 1,644 more words


Why Mockingbird is a Great Fit for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. hit the gates last year full of momentum from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but perhaps too high on expectations. Inside of the shared universe, it faced stiff competition to meet the same level as the blockbuster movies while still maintaining the distinctly different world of television. 785 more words