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Monthly Archives: August 2016

Rewire Me: Happiness and Wellness Online

Why use a self-help book when you can simply use a self-help website? But which website, you ask? Well, the team over at Rewire Me has a deep pool of contributors well-versed in “the wisdom of the mind and body” from Bianca Alexander (host of

YouTube Staycation – A Journey Through the 80’s and 90’s

Staycations and weekend getaways are not the only ways to take a vacation when you’re broke. You can also get away from it all via YouTube, surfing through music videos in a way that can feel like a road trip through your own past. Here’s

Fakin’ It As They Make It: Why “Documentary Now!” Is So Good

There’s an old saying, “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery,” and if that’s really true, then IFC’s Documentary Now! is the most flattering series on TV because it is a big, fat love letter to documentary filmmaking from three major fans: Bill Hader, Fred Armisen,

Rectify: Too Good for Bingeing

Some shows are meant to speed through, gobbling down episodes like so many Pringles yet leaving you hungry once you’ve reached the bottom of the can. This isn’t to say that they’re bad per se. It’s just that their methods of storytelling reward quick viewing.

The Four Easiest Ways to Get Into “Doctor Who”

Because Doctor Who has been around for over 50 years, there are those who — while curious — hesitate to jump into the waters of Whodom. Understandably so: A newcomer can find themselves overwhelmed by 26 past seasons and reboots nine. Then there’s the concept: