In a world with countless conflicts, the focus in family narrative is moving from conclusiveness to how to cope with real life

Once upon a time, family stories started out just like this, and ended with, “and they all lived happily ever after.” The prince and princess would get married…


Unsolved Mysteries is back for another cycle of cases, but fans are not thrilled with changes to the show’s 3 decade-old format

It Wasn’t Broke, They Fixed It Anyway

When Netflix announced that they were saving the second cycle of Unsolved Mysteries for October, many were elated at the chance to feel true fright this spooky season…


If the publishing landscape is representative of the time period and the current events surrounding it, we are heading toward a massive wave of pandemic literature across the genres. This could mean anything from scientific discoveries, quests for cures, and baking banana bread while working out at home over Zoom…


It’s no secret that healthcare in the US is abysmal. Medical or physical, there is so much information out there vital to the lives of ourselves and our loved ones that it’s really easy to slip through the cracks and end up blindsided by the diagnosis of a friend or…


I recently came back to the circuit. This time, it’s done on my carpet. Sometimes on a mat on the wood floor of my living room. It’s hard to do some days, because I miss the gym so much. …


In 2002, a multimodal endeavor from some folks who brought action-based, toy-inspiring creations like Power Rangers and Digimon into the void began a project that would still be going today. …


Silent Hero? Or Elephant in the Room?

Most gamers will strike you down if you ever, even accidentally, refer to The Legend of Zelda series as an RPG. The Legend of Zelda is an Action/Adventure series, first and foremost, and maybe even the best of that genre, with or without its fantasy elements. …


The #13Reasons Finale Was Homophobic. It Didn’t Have to Be

Pride month is over, but the series finale of Netflix’s !3 Reasons Why is still streaming, potentially endangering the queer youth and reinforcing stigmas held against LGBTQIA+ people for generations. I watched the Netflix drama since its first season. The show’s progression can only be compared to a nice train…


Months before the released of the first Trolls film, I was growing sick of Justin Timberlake’s “Can’t Stop The Feeling.” I originally loved the song, but we played it several times a shift at the nightclub I worked security for. …

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