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March 22, 2019

SABOTAGE AT WORK

by Ask AC
March 15, 2019

My top three design elements

by Christopher Porikos
March 14, 2019

How to help teenagers manage their money

by Lillian Appleby
March 05, 2019

Free Angel Card Reading March

by Annmari Love
February 28, 2019

Free Monthly Horoscopes - March 2019 - Pisces

by Maya White
February 21, 2019

Dating While Fat

by Cassandra Appleby
February 19, 2019

My Daughter Came Out!

by Ask AC
February 08, 2019

The Amazing Dog Nose

by Bethany Wilson
February 06, 2019

Teaching Your Child about Money

by Lillian Appleby
February 04, 2019

Interior Design - 2019 Color of the Year

by Christopher Porikos
February 01, 2019

Free Monthly Intuitive Angel Readings - February

by NoHo - North Hollywood
January 22, 2019

Fanny Packs = Freedom

by Mia
January 15, 2019

Ringing in the New Year in Havana, Cuba

by Jack Witt
January 10, 2019

The One New Year’s Resolution You Need to Make

by Cassandra Appleby
January 09, 2019

Puppy Training Time!

by Bethany Wilson

Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hunt is on yet another mission to save the world (should he choose to accept it) for the seventh time (movie time, that is) in Mission Impossible: Fallout; the good news is he does, because this latest installment in the franchise is undeniably (go ahead, try to deny it) exciting and suspenseful, with more than enough double-crosses, triple-crosses, and well-choreographed action to make this one of the best films in the series—and one of the two most enjoyable films out at your multiplexes at this moment. (More on the other one in a bit.)

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In accordance with the cinematic drought commonly known as February, these are some of my favorite 2014 releases that were generally neglected by the Oscars—and are well worth a first—or second—look.

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There’s plenty of action in Guardians of the Galaxy, the latest Marvel cash cow to enter the multiplexes, but what might really win you over is the lighthearted, often funny nature of the enterprise.

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Prince Albert of England certainly does have his share of problems.  Plagued since youth with a perpetual stammer, his position in the realm requires him to speak publicly at a growing number of ceremonial occasions.  A particularly painful address at Wembley Stadium is dramatized by screenwriter David Seidler in excruciating detail at the beginning of Tom Hooper’s The King’s Speech.  

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