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Somewhere Over the Rainbow

“Somewhere over the rainbow Skies are blue, And the dreams that you dare to dream Really do come true.” We all have our very own dreamlands to enter, to conquer, and to cherish. Entrepreneurs are passionate adventurers who often lead … Continue reading

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What the Lion King can teach you about damage control.

The Lion King is one of those childhood movies I recently watched again (in 3-D!) I watched baby Simba have all signs of life around Pride Rock bow down to him on Day 1 of his life. In addition to … Continue reading

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You’re calling too late, Netflix.

Let me reference my sappy emo days of listening to Dashboard Confessional (whom I still adore and will be seeing perform in a few weeks, don’t judge) as I attempt to tackle the Netflix debacle. The beautiful words of Chris … Continue reading

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Believe in the Process

By Rachel Bukstein I was wondering the other day.. If I were to write a novel, would I plan out the story from start to finish, detailing each plot twist, or would I let the story unravel naturally? I think … Continue reading

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Creativity is what sets us apart

OkGo is one of those bands that has always been on my iPod, but I’ve never gone online and watched their music videos… until recently. After playing their video “This Too Shall Pass,” I was left in a state of … Continue reading

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When you have eliminated the possible, look at the impossible

Over the last week, my husband, Ken, and I purchased tickets to two upcoming performances in NYC. The first, Robert Wilson returns to one of his former stomping grounds at BAM in Brooklyn to stage his version of Bertolt Brecht … Continue reading

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“Wait, hold up! Is that meat in a pipe?!”

Back in 1994, I was a high school senior, and I tell you what, my Saturday nights were crazzzzyyyy. We’re talking large bowls of curried popcorn (as much as I wanted! seriously!), writing strange horror short stories (this kid knows … Continue reading

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Work Shouldn’t Be The Same ‘Old, Same ‘Old.

I used to work in an office; I mean a legit “office”. The kind with real cubicles filled with beanie baby collections and other creepy personal items to wash away the tan and beige horror of their surroundings. Sure this … Continue reading

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