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Deepwater Horizon: Film Review

It’s hard to believe this happened five years ago but I’m sure we all remember reading about the massive explosion at an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico and… 517 more words


Review | Sassy Bloom Subscription Box


If you read this blog on the regular you would have seen how much I enjoyed receiving my pregnancy Project B subscription boxes. I was actually a little upset when they ended haha. 810 more words


O.K. Meter Review: Swiss Army Man

By Kumar Dushyant

Every once in a while, comes a movie that makes you feel privileged for being able to watch it. The characters and the dialogue stay with you till the very next day and its impact lasts a lifetime. 384 more words


Visiting the Chinese Wall in Tel Aviv

The Chinese Wall (Hachoma Hasinit)

Lots and lots of people on social media have asked me and many of the foodies in my group, where does one get authentic Chinese food? 645 more words


Queer Identity & Diversity: The Winners of Rainbow Jam ’16

Rainbow Jam ’16 was a game jam held between August 20, 2016 and September 5, 2016 and run by Steven Taarland. The jam was designed to promote the ideals of the development group, which are to celebrate and promote diversity in games and the game industry. 712 more words


Best Minimalist Cases for Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Show off the sleek design of your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 with these minimalist cases.

If you’re the type who shies away from putting a case on your phone because you don’t like all that added bulk in your pocket, then you need to consider a minimalist case. 1,233 more words

High School

Margaret Atwood's 'Angel Catbird' Says Too Much

Renowned author Margaret Atwood begins her first graphic novel Angel Catbird with a question: “Why is a nice literary old lady like me—an award-winning nice literary old lady…being dignified and iconic—why is such a nice old lady messing around with flying cat-owl superheroes and nightclubs for cat people, not to mention giant rat men?” 876 more words