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I know, I know, it seems like Shonda Rhimes’ smash hit, Grey’s Anatomy, has been on the air for what feels like forever—and you’d almost be right. Ten years and eleven seasons later (the 11th season premiered on Sept. 25 on ABC) the medical drama is still going strong, excluding just a few rocky seasons. My love of Grey’s Anatomy started when it premiered in March 2005 when I was a sweatpants-and...

5 of the best #CelebritySelfies

Whether you look on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook, selfies are everywhere. Taking a good selfie can be difficult, but when it’s done right, it can go down in history. Here are five of my favorite celebrity selfies.

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Phone Addiction - Removing Yourself

A Huffington Post article quoted a Time magazine survey where 84 percent of 5,000 participants worldwide said they, “...could not go a single day without their cell phone.” And our addictions don’t take a break.


Simple plotline creates weak film

The plotline for The Croods movie is so simple a caveman could have done it. The film takes a different approach from other prehistoric cavemen movies, such as The Flintstones, where audiences see animal and man coexisting peacefully.


Tinder vs. Grindr: Who Wins?

Looking for that special someone? Don’t have a lot of time to do it? Think online and “traditional” dating are outdated? Enter two of the most popular dating apps. You may have heard of Grindr and Tinder. You may even use them. These types of apps are constantly growing in popularity and users, for those who not only want a hookup, but maybe a steady relationship.


New York Fashion Week 2014

Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in New York City is known for many things, but disappointment is not one of them. Fashion designers showed their 2014-15 fall + winter lines for the upcoming seasons, and there were plenty of snowstorm-ready ensembles, no doubt inspired by the frigid conditions we battled this winter.


The Legend Continues to be Awesome

When my friend called me up and asked me to go see the second Anchorman movie, I was scared. Having perfected the art of lewd, crude, and rude, the original Anchorman is still to this day one of the funniest movies I have ever seen.


Justin Bieber's Music Mondays Revitalize Death of the Album Discussion

In mid-October, Justin Bieber surprised his legions of fans with a low-key Twitter announcement that he would be a releasing a new song every Monday for 10 weeks. The series of "Music Monday" singles, which Bieber is referring to as his "#journals," serve to promote the singer's second feature film, but are not attached to an album.


Beyonce: is Good Music the New Marketing?

It was a rough year for album sales and pop divas have been hit the hardest: Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, and Britney Spears all disappointed with their first weeks on sale. Kelly Clarkson's Christmas album was outsold by the cast of Duck Dynasty, and Miley Cyrus' albums sales don't reflect the size of hit singles "We Can't Stop" and "Wrecking Ball."


Connectivity Problems

The world is (supposedly) more connected now than ever before. Technology allows us to communicate easier, get work done quicker, and fit more into our daily lives. But with all these advancements, are we too distracted to recognize the beautiful moments and opportunities in life? Are people more disconnected?


Olympic Drinking Games

The crowd roars. Excitement fills the air. Athletes from around the world march through Sochi waving to the crowd. The Olympic torch is ignited. And perhaps, more enthusiastically, alcohol flows among the millions of viewers around the world.


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