“Call Me By Your Name” is a novel by André Aciman, with a film adaptation directed by Luca Guadagnino, that follows the soul-crushing romance between Elio, the 17-year-old son of a professor, and Oliver, a 24-year-old grad student spending the summer with Elio and his family. Elio and Oliver discuss a broad number of topics […]

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  Being from New York City, I’ve never had a shortage of things to do or places to go.  There are countless museums, ranging from high-profile ones like the Met or the Museum of Natural History to more obscure, niche sites. One example of the latter is the Museum of Sex.         Sex is a […]

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  For a lot of people, there’s nothing scarier than death. At Trinity College Dublin, this fear is embodied at the Science Gallery. A beautiful and intriguing museum, it is currently displaying an exhibition about survival and the end of the world. Titled “In Case of Emergency,” it looks into humanity’s end. Exhibits range from […]

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  Lana Del Rey has been a cult favorite in the alternative music world for over six years now. With albums as successful as “Born to Die,” which has spent a whopping 300 weeks on the charts, it’s no wonder her success has lasted so long in the vicious cycle of the music industry. Real […]

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As it gets colder and the stores and streets start decorating for the holidays, the urge to curl up with a blanket and watch Christmas movies grows stronger. Classics like “Home Alone” and “The Holiday” are always a good way to go, and we all have our favorite films that we use to escape whatever […]

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  There are few more American traditions than watching football on Thanksgiving. It’s something out of a 1920’s cartoon — the women happily mosey about the kitchen, making turkey and stuffing, while the men sit around and watch 22 massive beings slam their heads against each other. But the United States is finally beginning to […]

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Sometimes after a breakup, all you want to do is cry about the person. I know personally, I’ve sat down with my friends, a box of Oreos, and a sad playlist and just let it all out. But other times you wanna yell, forget it all and be a badass. In my opinion, after a […]

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As temperatures drop and motivation wanes, it can be tempting to spend hours procrastinating by streaming mindless TV shows. Now, what if I told you there was a loophole to this conundrum in which you can still take some much needed relaxation time while technically being productive? That’s where this list comes in. Documentaries are […]

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If you’re anything like me, you’re fed up with this current administration and need some sort of relief. For me, I’ve taken up Aaron Sorkin’s “The West Wing,” and by far, this is the best decision I’ve made in 2017. “The West Wing” is everything a show needs to be: intriguing, informative and absolutely incredible. […]

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“The Disaster Artist,” starring the Franco brothers and set to premiere Dec. 8, documents the tempestuous relationship between filmmaker Tommy Wiseau and his on- and off-screen best friend, Greg Sestero, as they film what is widely considered the worst movie ever made, “The Room.” To both emotionally and mentally prepare for this celebration of wonderfully […]

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