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We Were Liars Review

We Were Liars by E. Lockhart focuses on a girl from an upper-class, incredibly rich family. It's narrated by the main character who has had a terrible accident, but can't remember what happened. Cadence Sinclair Eastman, the main character in the book, recalls the story of her family and how they have

Truth or Dare Review

With a 15% on Rotten Tomatoes, a recently new movie, Truth or Dare, was not so popular in theatres. Made for younger teens, this movie seemed like it was made pretty quick. It’s staring the popular Lucy Hale (from Pretty Little Liars) and Tyler Posey. It is basically about a

Wild Review

Alone. When people think of that word, they assume that the feeling lonely comes with it. But for Cheryl Strayed, that wasn’t always the case. In her book, she recalls her solo 1,100 mile hike along the Pacific Crest Trail. This memoir focuses around loss, and the ultimate search to

Infinity War Review

2018 has had a lot of hyped films. A quiet place came out of nowhere and was highly anticipated since its revel. But the true build up was ten years in the making. This movie’s preparation spanned over Dozens of films. Of course you probably already know the film im

Cannoli Craze

I’ve been a cannoli lover for as long as I can remember, eating them all around KC and my Italian household.   Recently, I found a new favorite spot: Mike’s Pastries in Boston, Mass.  Other than being approximately 22 hours from Kansas City, and a little too small in the interior’s

The Most Iconic Detention Ever

Saturday detention doesn’t seem like anything fun, but somehow director John Hughes managed to make it into one of the most classic movies of the '80s, “The Breakfast Club.”   Five high schoolers are forced into a nine hour Saturday detention where they don’t know each other and if they do, it’s

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