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A not unusual case for going to tourist traps

None of us likes being caught up in a trap. Most of us probably sympathized with Bugs Bunny versus Elmer Fudd. We didn’t really want him to trap that wacky wabbit. 781 more words

Psychology

Teary-eyed listening to Frank Sinatra 

It feels as if lately I am making up for lost movie-seeing time. I hadn’t gone to the movie theatre in ages before this past year. 473 more words

Psychology

Netflix Movie Review: 'To The Bone'

If you subscribe to Netflix, you have seen or may plan to see “To The Bone.” As a major movie with a prominent star performer, the pressure is on to strike an authentic chord on the theme of eating disorders. 670 more words

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What Sean Spicer Really Thought About Melissa McCarthy's 'SNL' Performance

Sean Spicer, better known as the White House’s comic relief and press secretary, has resigned. Spicer is reportedly stepping down, because Donald Trump appointed a new communications director, Anthony Scaramucci. 87 more words

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The 25th Anniversary Edition 1992 Version: TV Shows

It’s time again for the Anniversary Edition. This is a series where we highlight the 25th anniversary of some of our favorite things. These include movies, TV shows, video games, comics and music that came out during the year of 1992. 269 more words

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Celebrating 30 Years of The Simpsons

The Simpsons celebrates 30 years on television. If you count the original one-minute shorts aired during “The Tracey Ullman Show,” The Simpsons began in 1987. The actual show began on December 17th, 1989. 185 more words

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'Measure for Measure,' 'The Little Hours,' 'The Decameron,' and the Erotics of Chastity

Neither Jeff Baena’s The Little Hours nor a recently-ended production of Measure for Measure at Theatre for a New Audience (directed by Simon Godwin) is an all around great work of art; … 2,467 more words

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