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By Loryn Stone
What’s the big trouble, you ask?
Unhealthy Chinese food, that’s what!
One of the most interesting challenges of the KETO diet is (definitely) figuring out how to make the foods you love in a new, creative, and not sugar-coated-gluten-starch-murder-body-hell kind of way. 647 more words
This year’s Black Panther was a milestone in many ways. To say the film was quite an achievement, particularly from a cultural standpoint would be to be make quite an understatement, and to say it set new precedents across the board would be to commit the same mistake again. 3,403 more words
I watched “Dead Silence” the same year it came out and it was during a phase of heavy horror movie watching. For a long time I remembered that I didn’t like it and didn’t think it was scary at all. 1,075 more words
25 July saw the release of one of the more famous British movies of the decade. Whistle Down the Wind, set in Lancashire and based on the 1959 book by Mary Hayley Bell, starred Hayley Mills and Alan Bates, and was produced by Richard Attenborough. 801 more words
In honor of Memorial Day, we sat down with our friend Lenore to discuss our personal top five war movies. We’d like to share our appreciation for all those who have laid down their lives to defend freedom and the rights of mankind around the world. 31 more words