We all know and love AMC Entertainment. After all, it pretty much dominates the cinema field in Boston. On top of that, the movie theater chain is all over the country. The company always seems to outdo itself with its innovations, but its latest idea left audiences with a sour taste in their mouths. Headed by […]

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In an effort to turn himself into more than just an image of anger toward establishment politics, Trump released a skeletal plan last week of how he would eliminate the national debt. The problem is, the facts aren’t on his side. According to Washington Post fact-checker Glenn Kessler, not only is Trump’s plan to eliminate […]

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If you are at all familiar with the celebration of Easter, you probably have heard of some of the traditions associated with the holiday. Coloring eggs, preparing baskets and consuming your weight in chocolate and jellybeans are all part of the festivities. Oh, and attending church, of course. A beloved tradition in my family — […]

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Georgia’s legislature approved a bill, called HB 757, which allows faith-based organizations to deny services and make employment decisions based on a “sincerely held religious belief,” according to The Washington Post. The bill has measures to protect religious leaders from being required to perform same-sex marriages and individuals from being forced to go to these […]

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I’ve been going to the same doctor for as long as I can remember — technically even longer than that, because my mother started seeing my pediatrician almost immediately after she found out she was pregnant with my sister and me. Trips to Dr. Fromson’s office during my childhood were frequent, as I always seemed […]

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Established in 1991, the Forward Prizes for Poetry award three poets each year who extend the boundaries of modern poetry and have the capability to reach broad audiences. Last On Sept. 28, Jamaican poet and professor Claudia Rankine won the organization’s most prestigious Best Collection award for her modern poetic essay “Citizen.” Along with 10,000 […]

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Inspired to “lead by example,” U.S. President Barack Obama signed an executive order on March 19 that would cut the federal government’s greenhouse gas emissions by 40 percent over the next decade. This is the president’s most recent step in his climate-change agenda. Given the federal government’s already-low emission rates, this attests to the president’s […]

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By Devon Delfino, Staff Writer @devondelfino In a Washington Post interview with Nina Davuluri, the newly crowned Miss America said: “[In India,] the more fair-skinned you are, the more beautiful you are. And they spend tons of money on skin-lightening creams, bleaches, products, and here it’s vice versa; we spend so much on tanning products.” […]

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