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The Social Network: Exploring Love & Loss Through 'Cibele'

For me, the internet has been a place where I’ve experienced some of the most important moments of my life. I’ve made some of my closest friends ever through games, forums, and Twitter. 1,385 more words


Review: 'Theeb'

Naji Abu Nowar’s Theeb is a film of landscapes both breathtaking and bleak. One moment, we awe at the majestic splendor of jagged cliffs and rocks that explode upward from the sandy desert in broad shouldered silhouette. 533 more words


The Red Menace Finally Watches "The Flash" Season One

Anyone who’s read these pages knows that I am a big fan of The Flash, both in comics and the DC Animated universe. This has led to several folks asking me what I thought of the CW’s live action Flash tv show, and to me awkwardly explaining that I hadn’t actually watched it yet. 979 more words

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Tokyo: Gion Tsujiri (Tokyo Skytree)

On our November trip to Tokyo, we were lucky and scored an AirBnB apartment that was spacious, well-furnished, and very near Oshiage station (Tokyo Skytree). Oshiage is a super underrated location because it’s not in central Tokyo, but it’s also a transportation hub, with access to several train lines that take you to popular spots like Akihabara, Shinjuku, Shibuya, Tsukiji etc in less than 30minutes. 199 more words


Broken Flowers

Morning, everyone. I caught a bit of the Bill Murrays yesterday and decided to check out another one of his more dramatic roles as Don Johnston in Jim Jarmusch’s  753 more words


The Many Faces of Salem's Lot

Thanks in part to my indulgence of never being able to get to bed early, I was able to sit down and watch both mini series versions of… 975 more words


REVIEW: Nick Jonas - Nick Jonas X2

After his first solo project Nick Jonas & The Administration didn’t go as well as hoped, it was back to the drawing board for the youngest member of the Jonas Brothers. 300 more words