Book Review: The Cool Kids

The Cool Kids by Jason Pellegrini is a remarkable coming of age story that follows three young boys in the early 90s as they embark on a journey of friendship and growth akin to The Goonies or Stand By Me. I was instantly hooked while learning more about who our narrator is because of the … Continue reading Book Review: The Cool Kids

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A Night Worms Book Review: Breaking The World

I really want to read more about cults.  I need to read more about cults, actually.  This book is (I think) the first cult-related book I have really ever read.  Most of my cult-learnin' is from movies, shows, documentaries, and podcasts.  So Breaking The World by Jerry Gordon was extremely cool for me to read.  … Continue reading A Night Worms Book Review: Breaking The World

Life Coach: Michelle Tanner

Can I just begin with the fact that I am disappointed that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are not in Fuller House?  On the upside: YES!  FULLER HOUSE!  It is still going to be AMAZING!  I have waited my whole life for this moment and the day is finally here!  I plan to finish the entire … Continue reading Life Coach: Michelle Tanner

Friends Since 1994

Back in 1994, one of the greatest television shows ever aired for the very first time.  Suddenly everyone you knew started clapping a whole lot, especially when they heard The Rembrandts "I'll Be There For You."  We laughed like we never knew we could.  And we finally had the best Friends that anyone could ever ask … Continue reading Friends Since 1994

Bye, Felicia: Annoying Characters Buffy Should Have Staked

We love our Buffy.  That's a given.  More than likely, we think it is the greatest reason for living if there's ever been one!  Okay, maybe we are not that obsessed (just kidding, we are...), but no one can deny its TV prowess.  But there has to be a balance of things we dislike about … Continue reading Bye, Felicia: Annoying Characters Buffy Should Have Staked

The Witch Within

After so many years of imagining it, my dreams came true this past Friday night: I saw Wicked.  For those living under a rock or just not into the musical scene, WIcked is a musical by Stephen Scwartz based on the brilliant book by Gregory Maguire.  Detailing the early days of Elphaba, a green-skinned girl … Continue reading The Witch Within

Reflections On A Classic. Whatever!

Clueless is one of my favorite movies ever.  I have been watching it since I was in 5th grade when it was released.  Part of my love for the movie stemmed from the idealistic thought that being more grown up and in high school was going to be the best thing ever.  Well... it was … Continue reading Reflections On A Classic. Whatever!