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Four Films for Your Adulting Blues

The question I like the least during job interviews (or when doing small talk with strangers or at the dinner table with one’s relatives) would be “what do you want to do in life?” with the occasional variation of “where do you see yourself in 5 years?” 761 more words

The Daily

A Goodbye to "Girls"

Ever since “Girls” premiered on HBO I didn’t know whether to like or dislike Lena Dunham (I could say hate, but that’s a strong word and I’m not totally sure I can feel that range of emotion due to my emotional laziness). 1,560 more words

Film & Television

After the Campaign: Tiny Furniture

Finally, almost five years after it came out, I’ve watched Tiny Furniture. While I’m certainly aware of star/writer/director Lena Dunham I have to admit I’ve never watched an episode of “Girls” and am largely familiar with her work only by reputation. 232 more words

After The Campaign

#TBT: Tiny Furniture (Dir. Dunham, 2010)

In the spirit of saying goodbye to Girls, this week’s #TBT film focuses on where it all started: Tiny Furniture. 500 more words


When Dogs Became Better than Boyfriends

It seems to me that one problem many millennials have is over sharing. It seems to me that we talk about everything under the sun on Facebook and Twitter. 992 more words