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Movie Review - Spectre: Brian Tu - Grade 8

James Bond returns in a smashing two-hour action-packed joyride and continues to keep the high standard of the beloved Bond franchise. With an awesome plot, endless action, and stunning stunts, Spectre dominated the box office and caused waves across the globe. 384 more words


Comparing H&M and Forever 21: Tricia Liao - Grade 9

There have been many discount clothing stores opening in Taipei recently. Choosing the better store to shop at can save your time, and also can help you find the best products. 340 more words


Co-owner of Catlow Movie Theater in Barrington dies

By mid-morning Monday, people had already placed flowers, candles and cards by the front entrance of Boloney’s Sandwich Shop, next door to the Catlow Movie Theater in downtown Barrington. 73 more words


POLICY [MICH.] Sen. Colbeck -- "The Fight for Lower Cost, Higher Quality Health Care Options Continues."

By Sen. Patrick Colbeck | 7th Senate District

AUGUST 2016 – One of my favorite songs is “Pick Yourself Up” as sung by the late great Ella Fitzgerald.  632 more words


Should Taiwan use nuclear power? – Tiger Yang, Grade 8

Since the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, doubt regarding nuclear power began to spread in Taiwan, which sits in the same seismic zone as Japan. Nuclear power might be a solution for needed cheap energy. 523 more words


Truth in Advertising: Ethical Marketing

This blog post is a bit different than my normal posts of my recipes and food pictures. I am calling it “Truth in Advertising: Ethical Marketing” where I’d like to discuss my passion for ethical marketing, the importance of online transparency and the responsibility that we and social influencers have to identify our affiliations with products and brands. 487 more words

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