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review of The Age of Adaline

I wanted to see this film, but I was scared because I didn’t know if Blake Lively had it in her to be able to carry off what I perceived the story to be. 273 more words

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The Man Who Would Be King Felix

When he collected his first strikeout, as a 19 year-old in 2005—it was Pudge Rodriguez—Hernandez was all braun, firing fastballs like unguided ordnance. He’s since become a fair bit brainier, and notably more virtuosic; Hernandez seemed, for the bulk of last season’s 248 strikeouts, to be several strategic steps ahead of every unfortunate facing him from in the box.

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Celebrating Towel Day and Douglas Adams: Why We Love City of Death

It’s Towel Day, a time to celebrate the work of much-loved writer, Douglas Adams (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy; Dirk Gently). And I’ve been working with Lovarzi to make this infographic. 160 more words

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Memorial Day

The tension that was present in the van before we went into the store has been replaced by a breezy feeling. An easy give and take, an attitude like, …

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Living out the gaucho dream

You can read my latest article on going gaucho here. I’m writing about something that’s very close to my heart – Argentina and horses. Enjoy!