Bright – A Cop Drama with a Twist

By: Corey Lack Bright was a movie that was released back in 2017 on Netflix and was one of the first movies that Netflix did that had a lot of attention, not least of which was drawn due to Will Smith playing one of the main characters. When it comes to critics, most people had…

On Hallows Eve Night Only Once In A Blue Moon

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I ran away with the moon a long time ago and follow her everywhere she goes. Even have been times I get lost driving down dark county roads because I’m captivated by her illuminating glow, it’s magically. There’s always talk “Oh the crazies are going to be in full force tonight”…

The Importance of the Human Connection in Perilous Times

One of the many remarkable things about Ruth Bader Ginsburg was her ability to disagree agreeably. She famously said, “Fight for the things that you care about. But do it in a way that will lead others to join you.” Notably, despite being passionately on different ends of the philosophical legal spectrum, Justices Ginsburg (liberal)…

My Best Friend’s Wedding (1997) – Julia Roberts: Agent Of Chaos

Julia Roberts, or her character in this movie if you want to get technical, only exists in the universe as an agent of chaos. She is a tool of the universe. Wherever there is calm. The universe sends Julia Robert(‘s character). The movie begins with chaos in the kitchen of a restaurant. Why? Because Julia…

America Needs The 1619 Project in Schools

American history is a topic that is taught from a very early age. As soon as a prominent name such as George Washington is even mentioned in a classroom setting, a child has automatically begun to learn about the origins of our country. Throughout time we are taught about the founding fathers, the creation of…

Dallas Cowboys’ Crushing Comeback: Best in the Century?

For the sports fans, it is an integral and exciting part of their lives. A comeback in a game brings a touch of fairy-tale to the mix as it inspires fans across the globe. In the history of sporting events, there are quite a few examples of great comebacks. Still, the Dallas Cowboys’ rallying win…

On Hallows Eve Night Only Once In A Blue Moon

I ran away with the moon a long time ago and follow her everywhere she goes. Even have been times I get lost driving down dark county roads because I’m captivated by her illuminating glow, it’s magically. There’s always talk “Oh the crazies are going to be in full force tonight” whenever she reaches 98…

Using Intersectionality Correctly

Intersectionality is a term that’s been thrown around a lot recently. The idea that there is a hierarchy of oppression within marginalized groups is nothing new. However, while intersectionality was originally used to understand the specific struggles facing women of color, it is now sometimes used as a tool to prove how certain marginalized groups…

World’s longest sea beach

Cox’s bazar is termed as the world’s longest unbroken sea beach. The sea beach has a length of incredible 132 km. It acquires it’s current name from Hiram Cox who happened to be a superintendent of Palonkee outpost in the British East India Company. He rehabilitated refugees in order to accomplish his mission to deal…

Never Been Kissed (1999) – Oh Boy, Where Do I Begin?

Um… Wow… Uh… This movie… this movie… If you don’t know, here is the IMDB plot description: “A newspaper reporter enrolls in high school as part of research for a story.” Seems simple enough. Right? But then you return to the title. Never Been Kissed (1999). Sounds like a romantic comedy. It is. And it…

Wow. RIP To The Notorious RBG

Wow wow wow. As if the stakes in our election year needed to get any higher. Here we are. The Supreme Court Justice who has been the benchmark for legal decency since she was appointed by former President Bill Clinton has died at the age of 87. Less than 50 days left before America votes…

The Easiest Way to Lose Weight without a Diet

Many of Us Struggle to Lose Weight With fast food dining and delivery being the cheapest and easiest way to get something to eat, it is hard to focus on a more home cooked meal when everything is on the go. Some people have trouble with self-control, others may be on the right track but…

Fast Fashion: Why it is a problem, and what we can do to fix it. (opinion)

Stephanie Curry 18 September 2020 Fashion has drastically changed since the mid-century, where clothes typically aligned the seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. This causes a grueling process which takes a lot of time in advance to plan what would be “in” for the upcoming seasons. Now, in our consumer culture, we have what are…

Big Sausage

Have you ever heard of Mike Ilitch? I heard that he got his start by putting an oven at the end of a bar, and selling pizza. He just walked in a bar and asked if it was cool. He is the founder of little caesars pizza, and went on to own two professional sports…

1984:The Year of The Thriller

Madonna,Prince and Lionel Richie were among a plethora of artists at the top of the charts in 1984 but none of them topped the King of Pop. Two years after the release of his best selling album “Thriller” Michael Jackson was without a doubt the biggest star in the world. In ’84 alone MJ captured…

10 Songs You Need to Add To Your Autumn Playlist Right Now

Photo by Ashraful Arefin The weather has finally started to cool down and I have broken out my sweater collection. Nothing brings me as much unbridled joy as autumn.  One of the ways that I get into the spirit of a new season is to make a seasonal playlist. I’ve been doing this for a…

Cobra Kai – A Series for All Generations

“The Karate Kid” franchise has always been one that I enjoyed from a young age. From the original three to the Hilary Swank sequel to the Jaden Smith reboot, I have seem them all. However, whenever “Cobra Kai” was first announced and released on YouTube Red, I didn’t end up checking it out. Whether it…