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Recap and Photos from Hopkins in Hollywood

Over 75 alumni, students, and faculty from Johns Hopkins got together on January 12, 2017 for a networking mixer and panel discussion relating to the entertainment and media business. 574 more words

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Seeing Double?

I don’t know how much people invest in the stock of coincidence these days, but year after year the veil is getting thinner and all the “coincidences” are proving themselves to be something more blatant. 239 more words


A Secret Revealed With Your Help

I live with cancer.

I live with HIV.

I live with severe depression.

I live with epilepsy.

And Donald Trump and Republicans may deny me what keeps me alive: healthcare. 1,190 more words


#KeepitMovin 2017. -Kaija

At the start of each year while people are making all kinds of resolutions, I simply set a new intention that sets the tone for the year to come.  502 more words


Why LA LA LAND Fails Actors

Paul Russell

An actor isn’t successful unless famous. A musician isn’t successful unless they have a bountiful bank account. The anachronistic movie musical LA LA LAND, filmed as a late 1940s / early 1950s movie musical set in modern day, demonstrates how Hollywood perpetuates a mythical La La Land that doesn’t exist but insists to civilians, “This is how the entertainment industry really is.” No, it’s not. 874 more words


THE PROBLEM WITH "FALL TO PIECES" (Calling Bullshit as I See It )

I love the song “Fall to Pieces” by Velvet Revolver but it’s unpleasant for me to watch to watch the video for the song. When I see an emaciated Scott Weiland “pretending” to struggle with his demons while listening to the lyrics it’s infuriating. 461 more words