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54th Street is a Go!

Walking in the restaurant of 54th Street in Zona Rosa was different compared to other more normal restaurants.  I wouldn’t call it breathtaking but very unique.   Right when you walk in your eyes go directly up, where any item you can think of hangs from the ceiling.  From a car,

A Must Sea Movie

How often is it that there’s an accurate fiction movie with culture at the heart of it? Not often, at least not that I’ve seen. That’s what I love so much about the Disney movie “Moana." Its strong female lead, culture and focus on family are what makes this such

Instructing Instrumentalist

Just look for the blue french horn. Andrea Stanton, a professional French horn player, has been giving private lessons to middle school through college students for over 15 years. She is currently a horn instructor at MidAmerica Nazarene University in Olathe, Kan. Stanton teaches private horn lessons in two locations;

Read This “Everyday”

A lot of books consist of one specific emotion, whether that is sad, happy, or suspenseful. But “Everyday” by David Levithan consists of all of the above and more. “Everyday” is a teen fiction book, based on two different characters who fall in love but can’t have a relationship due to

Breaking Babadook

“The Babadook” is a horror movie that is currently available to stream on Netflix. I liked the movie and it definitely accomplished being horrifying. A widow and her son find a book in their house called the Babadook. After reading the book the house is haunted by a creature named the

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