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Book Review: Greyhound

When Nicole sent me the recommendation for Greyhound last week, I was both a) intrigued, because the tape on the cover reminded me of Rainbow Rowell’s Eleanor & Park, and b) concerned, because the tape on the cover reminded me of Rainbow Rowell’s Eleanor & Park… …and let’s face it. Once you read Rainbow Rowell, it’s

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Review: Marry Me (Pilot)

NBC has cracked the formula of how to get me to actually watch a romantic comedy: Make a member of The State one of the leading characters!  Fill the show with other comedians I also find funny (Casey Wilson, Tim Meadows), and you’ve got me in for at least a couple episodes.

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Why I Love Living in Carmel

I was going to write a post about how suburbs get a lot of unfair flack. But as I was looking through the Solid Gold Eats archive, I saw Sara’s post on why she loves living in SoBro. And I really like this method so much better. Because really, every part of

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Digital Organization: Bookmarks

I am struggling to organize my digital life. And while there are several parts I could talk about (and most likely will at some point) right now the one that bugs me the most is my bookmarks. My biggest problem is self imposed. I don’t like keeping most of my bookmarks in

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Octobers.

This is my favourite kind of weather- warm, rainy, at the peak of leaf season with just the right smell of fall in the air. I love boots and sweaters and haunted houses and apples and pumpkin everything and if that makes me sound a like a middle class white girl obsessed

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Advance Review: The Book Of Life

This review is spoiler-free, containing only plot points found in the trailers. Walking into The Book Of Life, I had a single expectation: A visually stunning movie.  I’m happy to say that it exceeded my expectations in the visual department, and on top of that was so much more. The plot of

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Thoughts On AHS: Freak Show (Spoilers)

I have enjoyed every season of American Horror story so far.  Not generally being a fan of the horror genre, I was surprised at how much the show originally grabbed my attention.  I still think that season one has been the strongest, but both Asylum and Coven were solid seasons as well.

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Thoughts on The Flash pilot (Spoilers)

The Flash premiered last week on The CW, and proved (to me) that it is possible to launch a comic book-related show with a solid foundation in a single episode.  Unlike the frustrations I’ve had so far with Gotham, everything about The Flash clicks together very easily, telling a full, coherent story in

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The sad fate of Saturday morning cartoons

September 27th, 2014 marked the end of an era: the CW aired the last saturday morning cartoons on broadcast television. Gone are the days of eating a giant bowl of Luck Charms while laughing at the antics of Bugs and Daffy for hours on end. What will the children of the future

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Thoughts on Gotham (spoilers)

After watching the series premiere of Gotham last week, I struggled with my thoughts about it.  I really wanted to like it, but just didn’t.  At Pure Geekery Headquarters (not so much a physical location as a group chat on facebook), we kicked around the idea of writing two differing thoughts pieces