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The first time we took our son to a baseball game he was not even a year old. We dressed him in a Cardinal uniform and took him into the always packed Busch Stadium. 946 more words

That Summer

Released: 2018

Available On: In UK Cinemas from 1st June

Director: Goran Hugo Olsson

Reviewer: Sarah Gonnet

We received free access to this film from Dogwoof, in exchange for an honest review. 275 more words


Traveling Thoughts on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Bosses & Mini-Bosses)

A few disclaimers before we move forward:

  • Traveling Thoughts is a means of putting down my thoughts in a bit-by-bit process that will eventually lead up to a formal review of the overall subject.
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Kit's Crit: Like Water For Chocolate (Laura Esquivel)

Like Water For Chocolate (New York: Doubleday,1992) is a strange debut novel written in the magical-realism tradition.  The title comes from “an extremity of feeling” – perhaps sexual desire – where intense emotion melts the human heart, mind, or soul, just as boiling water melts chocolate. 89 more words


The Open World: Part One

Open world games are not only popular, but also widely praised. Why?

I personally think that the open world is a poor, if not terrible, aspect of almost any game it is in, and I will make multiple posts about it. 1,288 more words

Assassin's Creed

Why does the #TheRoyalWedding matter?

The hot topic this week is the royal wedding. By now you’ve definitely heard of it, seen posts about it all over social media, or maybe even tuned in yourself. 435 more words

Thalia Chaves