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by Margaret Blaha | on October 11th, 2013 | no comments | in Arts & Entertainment
Ernest Hemingway wrote “if you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast.” Paris had lured many American expatriates since the 19th Century. It was the epicenter of culture.
by Margaret Blaha | on October 8th, 2013 | no comments | in Arts & Entertainment
Glamour Magazine online posted its list of “10 Movies We Wish Were Broadway Musicals,” and all I can say is that Glamour must really be hard up for content. I know that it is common for journalists to make lists as opposed to actually writing articles, but completely asinine lists like this one are not worth reading. They aren’t worth making either, but what’s done is done.
by Chelsea Ulrich | on September 25th, 2013 | no comments | in Arts & Entertainment
As the weather cools down, it gets easier and easier to stay in and ignore the world. Let’s take a stand this season to get up and out of the house. From catching a bite with that special someone or getting cheap tickets, seeing a show with your besties, or reconnection with loved ones, there’s no reason to let the cold get you down.
by Austin Anderson | on September 13th, 2013 | 1 comment | in Arts & Entertainment
Drive by any high school parking lot, and you’re bound to see quite a few Toyota Corollas. With 80% of the ones sold in the last 20 years still on the road, the Corolla is a car parents have trusted when buying a used car for their teens. However, Corollas haven’t exactly been a favorite among young adults, and as most get new cars during college, the Corolla’s market shrivels away. With the new 2014 Corolla, Toyota plans to change all that.
by Margaret Blaha | on September 3rd, 2013 | no comments | in Arts & Entertainment
I’ve never heard any fond, fun stories about planning a wedding. They all have a tendency to verge on sob or horror stories, as they feature characters like “bridezilla” or “bridesmaidzilla” or “wicked parents-in-law.” Sometimes they feature a father of the bride with shallow pockets who wants nothing more than to pay for his daughter’s happiness at the expense of his own impoverishment. But perhaps these stories are only written because the leading characters have the wrong attitude and mindset toward planning a wedding. What it requires is a sense of humor.