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Libby Gillies

Ever heard of bar hopping? You know, when you go out with your friends and jump from one bar to another throughout the night? Yeah? Imagine that with museums. If you’re a museum junkie, you’ll definitely want to participate in the Second Annual ... more

News & Notes

Electronic dance music (better known as EDM) has grown more popular over the years with groundbreaking artists like Avicii, Diplo, Steve Aoki, Daft Punk, Deadmau5, Skrillex, and so forth. From dubstep to disco to ambient, there are so many types ... more

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Dr. Sarah Einstein is an essayist, creates memoirs, and writes literary nonfiction. She was born and raised in Huntington, West Virginia with a loving and hardworking family. When she was a young child in the Sixties, her grandfather sent her and ... more

City Life

In the wise words of Tracy Morgan on 30 Rock, “Live every week like it’s Shark Week.” Every year around July and August, one week takes over everyone’s lives: Shark Week. It’s been airing every year on the Discovery Channel since 1988 and it’s ... more

The Bowl

Ever heard of the phrase, “kill two birds with one stone”? I think that saying applies to The 2 for 1 Show at JJ’s Bohemia this Saturday night as two disc jockeys will take the stage side-by-side, instead of solo as they usually perform. more

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Does the name Neil Simon ring a bell? Let me jog your memory. Neil Simon is a writer and producer. He is known mostly for “The Odd Couple”, “Murder by Death”, and “The Goodbye Girl”. Well, rumor has it that his play has hit The Ringgold ... more

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Kittens and yoga; I seriously don’t think there could be a better combination. I’m really going to have to refrain from using too many cat puns about this, but you’ve cat to be kitten me right meow. The Humane Educational Society and Barley ... more

The Bowl

Sexual violence surrounds our society today and seems to be at an all-time high. The #MeToo movement brings more awareness to these issues and allows people to really understand what is going on in different communities, as it’s even an issue ... more

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Shrek was a classic movie back in the early 2000’s. I’d be lying if I said I still didn’t watch it every now and again. The cast alone made the movie great. Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, and Cameron Diaz are all big names still in the entertainment ... more

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Did you know that there are 1,100 different species of bats in the world and 40 different species just in the United States alone? Many of which are considered endangered since they’re losing their habitats and the fact that they can only give ... more

The Bowl

If you’re anything like me, standing in front of a crowd is scary. Add reading your own work, it can get pretty nerve-wracking. Are your palms clammy yet? Trust me, the more you stand up there, all eyes on you, the more comfortable you will get! more

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For as long as I can remember, sharks have been the scariest animals. Did you know that they can smell a drop of blood from just a mile away? Of course, the reason I’m scared of them is because of the way they’re portrayed in movies and TV shows ... more

The Bowl

The ‘80s were a popular time in music history bringing us Michael Jackson, Madonna, David Bowie, Aerosmith, and many more iconic artists. I may have been born in the ‘90s, but I grew up on ‘80s music and when I’m out with my friends, there’s ... more

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There are endless possibilities on what you can with fire. From lighting a candle to eating fire, people find all sorts of things to do. It can come in handy when making a campfire or it can be used in magic or art. more

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History was made when John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Stuart Sutcliffe, and Pete Best became a band known as The Beatles. Later, my personal favorite Beatle, Ringo Starr, joined after Sutcliffe and Best left. more

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Anytime someone mentions caves, I imagine my elementary school self on a field trip walking through them. I would get so excited learning about stalagmites and stalactites. It made the entire trip worth it when a bat would fly overhead. more

The Bowl

The LGBTQ community is all about love even though they haven’t always been treated the same way. Recently, more than ever, the community has received more attention through protests and pride marches. It is important that everyone gets treated as ... more

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