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Anthony Bourdain: a Legacy of Food, Culture, and Travel

Film/Entertainment, Right Brain

June 14, 2018

In the mid-aughts when his show No Reservations premiered, Anthony Bourdain was the punk rock writer/chef America didn’t know it needed. Growing up in suburban, middle class New Jersey in the ‘60s, Bourdain always had a thirst for just the

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Spotlight in Screenwriting: an Interview with Karolyn Carnie

Film/Entertainment, Right Brain

June 11, 2018

Humans inherently love great writing, and literary classics can come from any corner of recorded history. From Homer’s “The Odyssey” to George Orwell’s “1984,” stories told through written language have served as the foundation for countless films. According to a

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‘Ye’ and the Conflict of Artistry

Music, Right Brain

June 6, 2018

Kanye’s new album Ye dropped this week, transporting listeners into a cerebral, personal headspace that feels intimately like a step inside the inner-workings of Kanye’s mind. It comes at a time when West has seen a flurry of media attention,

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Behind the Big Screen: an Interview with Gemma Karlsen

Film/Entertainment, Right Brain

May 29, 2018

How do the most talented actors and actresses seemingly become entirely different people every few months, completely evolving to new roles and personalities? This is a tough question to answer, but luckily we have some valuable insight on the subject

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World’s Largest Cruise Ship is a Floating Mega-Resort

Right Brain

April 22, 2018

The Royal Caribbean, an international cruise ship company, is turning heads with the release of the Symphony of Seas, the biggest cruise ship ever built. The incredible vessel weighs 228,081 tons and offers more activities and amenities than a standard

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A Mexico Mystery: What Happened to the Sharps?

Film/Entertainment, Right Brain

March 31, 2018

Mexico has been getting some bad press lately with its drug problem and corruption in the government.

The last thing it needs is a mysterious death at one of its tourist destinations.

Or four.

Authorities in Mexico are currently investigating

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Did Sister Jean Not Believe in Divine Providence?

Film/Entertainment, Right Brain

March 28, 2018

She is not a mascot, but a chaplain.

But you would have a hard time distinguishing between the two when it comes to the men’s basketball team at little Loyola University of Chicago, for it seems the team rallied around …

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Will This Be The New World War or Cold War?

Film/Entertainment, Right Brain

March 25, 2018

We all know this was coming at some point, right?

But while we thought this war would involve nuclear or atomic weapons, could it be possible that the weapon of choice this time around might actually be trade tariffs, and …

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Iran Continues to Mount Tensions Against the U.S.

Film/Entertainment, Right Brain

March 20, 2018

The Islamic Republic of Iran is well known as being accused by many in the West for sponsoring, financing and promoting of terror activities around the Middle East and in parts of the Western world.

Apparently, Iran is doing more …

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He Was Born In A Small Town… And Performs There, Too

Music, Right Brain

March 17, 2018

He is widely known for being born in a small town.

And Broadway can also be considered a small town within one of the grandest cities in the world. Broadway is a pretty small community, so it can only make …

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