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Life Ain’t Pretty

Life Ain’t Pretty

Did you know that two years ago, Rihanna got on a plane, taking with her a handful of her most devoted fans, and flew around the world for a couple… Read more »

7 Ridiculous But Essential Korean Drama Stereotypes

7 Ridiculous But Essential Korean Drama Stereotypes

1. The Wrist Grab Because wrists are hot. 2. The Forehead Kiss What’s a better way to say “I love you” than an intense, passion-filled kiss on the forehead? 3…. Read more »

Perfect Hair Forever: Is 4C Not Good Enough?

Perfect Hair Forever: Is 4C Not Good Enough?

I’m still struggling to find my place at work. While most of the other cashiers joke around with each other I generally keep to myself, smiling sheepishly when someone speaks… Read more »

Women Every Woman Needs to Know: Fiona Apple

Women Every Woman Needs to Know: Fiona Apple

Name: Fiona Apple Occupation: Musician Date of Birth: September 13, 1977 Birthplace: New York, New York Zodiac Sign: Virgo (Information provided by Biography.com, Notablebiographies.com, Imdb.com, and Wikipedia.) Fiona Apple soared… Read more »

Artist Appreciation: Kara Walker

Artist Appreciation: Kara Walker

I was recently exposed to the work of artist Kara Walker thanks to my Art History professor. In my Art History class, we watched an Art21 Episode where Walker talked… Read more »

An Appreciation of Wong Kar-Wai Part 1: In the Mood for Love

An Appreciation of Wong Kar-Wai Part 1: In the Mood for Love

Though only recently exposed to his works, this Hong Kong-based filmmaker has already left quite an impression on me. Whether it’s the simplistic yet resonating dialogue between his authentically written… Read more »

Weigh Your Words Instead

Weigh Your Words Instead

As soon as my grandmother comes home, my mother reports to her exactly what I had for lunch and breakfast. I am in the opposite side of the house, but… Read more »

10 Problems Cashiers Totally Understand

10 Problems Cashiers Totally Understand

1. When old people try to argue you down about a deal that expired one week ago Okay, look. I understand that the collards were 2 for $6 last week…. Read more »

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