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Revolusi mental televisi

Slogan yang lekat dalam masyarakat Indonesia setahun belakangan ini memang sangat tepat dan mendesak untuk diterapkan, dan setelah merambah ke beberapa bidang pokok kini slogan tersebut mulai diterapkan pada dunia pertelevisian Indonesia. 1,052 more words

Kerispatih – Delapan Acoustic Live

Tiga tahun menunggu Kerispatih merilis album baru merupakan sebuah penantian panjang ditemukannya sebuah oase di padang pasir. Kehausan karya-karya indah terbayar dengan mendengarkan album ini. Album yang berisi lima belas nomor dengan dua karya baru dan sisanya karya yang sudah pernah dirilis tak berarti pengulangan karya yang sama. 1,314 more words

Musik Indonesia

When Guns Speak for the Mentally Ill

“Mental pain is less dramatic than physical pain, but it is more common and also more hard to bear. The frequent attempt to conceal mental pain increases the burden: it is easier to say “My tooth is aching” than to say “My heart is broken.” 326 more words

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The NXT WWE Superstar?

It’s time for the second of my posts this week, this time looking at someone I believe could be a future star in the WWE. A couple of days ago I wrote about the so-called “Divas Revolution”, and for this column I’ve gone back to the place where the divas were first given the chance to shine: NXT. 953 more words

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Understanding Point of View: First Person

By Cecilia Lewis

Previously, I’ve discussed the basics of POV and tips for using multiple POVs. Now, I’d like to take a look at each POV individually to discuss its advantages and disadvantages. 1,058 more words


Character spotlight – Warren Forbes

This guy is called Warren Forbes. (Well, not really because it is a picture that I just found that I thought suited my character! So, no one come and tell me who he actually is, deal?) 812 more words


18. Isn't one person's terrorist another person's freedom fighter?

By Maryline H, aged 16.

This question is closely related to the definition of “hero” and “villain”. Who defines the hero? Do villains ever think of themselves as real villains? 377 more words