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    WHAT TO WATCH: Things We All Have in Common

    When we focus on the things we all have in common, instead of the things that tear us apart, perspective shifts and the world becomes easier to navigate. All the things we took for granted before coronavirus: a smile from a stranger, handshakes, bro hugs. The ability to read people’s facial expressions as we engaged […] More

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    Life in the Time of Quarantine means ANIMAL CROSSING

    If you were to ask anyone right now what their dream scenario would be, going out to explore a tropical island might top a lot of people’s lists. Go ahead and close your eyes and imagine lying in a hammock. Sun on your skin, a light breeze caressing your face – these are all simple […] More

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    Comedies on Netflix: What To Watch As We Stay Home

    MAYOR: “Drebin, I don’t want any more trouble like you had last year on the South Side. Understand? That’s my policy.”   FRANK: “Yes. Well, when I see five weirdos dressed in togas stabbing a guy in the middle of the park in full view of a hundred people, I shoot the bastards. That’s my […] More

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    WHAT TO WATCH: Shelter at Home Edition

    Christopher Bullock once wrote in The Cobler of Preston, “’Tis impossible to be sure of any thing but Death and Taxes.” Now y’all can go ahead and add recommendations from Sung’s Garage to that list. Even as the Covid-19 pandemic pins us to our respective homes (I wish I could see Sung’s new car build Oppa […] More

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    What to Watch as We Stay Home

    We hope you’re safe, hopeful, and healthy as you stay at home during this crisis. Novel coronavirus / COVID-19 is keeping us all indoors, so there’s really no better time to work on that watch-list, binge on some TV series, or settle in with a classic movie. Racer M, David, Anderson, and Cory held a […] More

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    I don’t think I’m overstating things when I say that we, as a country, are facing a swiftly spreading epidemic – one none of our forebears could ever have foreseen or even fathomed: the never-ending proliferation of entertainment known as “peak television.” Awash in Entertainment My family never splurged for cable or satellite when I […] More

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    Spooky Similarities Between Han and Kim Ki-jung of Parasite

    If you have yet to watch the Bong Joon-ho directed film, Parasite, now nominated for six Academy Awards and winner of the Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film, then you should give it a watch before reading this article, as spoilers abound. Funny, entertaining, and layered, simply put, Parasite is a necessary film. One character in […] More

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    Is Han Immortal? A Wikipedia Investigation

    It’s official: you just can’t put a good Han down. The Tokyo drifter himself, Han Lue, is back from the dead in Fast & Furious 9. As the dream of many a #JusticeForHan supporter at last becomes realized, fans are now left wondering how the snacking Seoul-Oh outraced the grim reaper in the third entry […] More