1. 2048 This elegantly simple puzzle game is ridiculously addictive and makes for great entertainment when you are in between adventures. Exit out and reenter, and the game will pick up right where you left off. The sleek interface is a plus. Oh, and it was created by a 19 year-old Italian. So that’s cool …

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[dropcap size=small]T[/dropcap]imes of transition can call upon many emotions. Excitement comes while looking forward to something new, but new is also unknown, and for some the unknown is the most terrifying. I do a really good job of pretending to take changes without hesitation, but in reality I am the most comfortable when I fall …

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Nama Rococo Wallpaper

[divider]In Brief[/divider] It’s like Nama Rococo can see into my doodle brain and make it real. This awesome wallpaper print is called Random Geometry. [divider]Where To Find It[/divider] Nama Rococo

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[dropcap size=small]I[/dropcap]t’s an April morning. Sunshine is pouring in through your window and you feel the first true warmth of the year. It’s a day for adventure: grab your roommate, best friend, significant other, or go by yourself, but you’re taking a road trip. It was decided before you even woke up. It was decided …

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[dropcap size=small]M[/dropcap]onica Martin is my new hero(ine). No, not Monica Martin the Brazilian bodybuilder, but rather the lead singer of Phox, a smokin’-hot indie pop band out of Madison, Wisconsin. Martin’s voice will ground you with its smooth gravity, then lift you up with its silky spaciousness. The result is paralysis. In “Slow Motion,” Martin …

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[dropcap size=small]H[/dropcap]earing the name “The Quietest Show on Earth,” I immediately thought it was a reference to this “Battle of the Gentle Bands” Portlandia sketch. I was pleasantly surprised to discover that “The Quietest Show on Earth” was an entirely more earnest and assumedly less ironic proposition featuring musicians Andrew Bird and Tift Merritt. Sponsored …

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Women are grossly underrepresented in major Hollywood films. According to a recent article in Variety, “Female characters accounted for only 15% of protagonists in the 100 highest-grossing domestic films of 2013.” Just in time to close out Women’s History Month, here’s a guide highlighting a few fantastic femme-centric films.

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MAKERS: Women Who Make America is a digital and broadcast initiative aiming to make available the inspiring stories of women pioneers. An ongoing project made possible by PBS and AOL, the online platform aims to serve as a continually-updated digital archive of female groundbreakers, trailblazers, and visionaries. The site bills itself as “the largest collection …

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[dropcap size=small]C[/dropcap]hoa Choi’s ice hockey teammates went easy on her at first, because she was a girl. No checking, no stealing the puck. Choi, of course, says she put an end to that. “When I started to play more aggressively, they realized that they did not need to play any different.” Though this documentary looks …

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This gen­er­a­tion gets their news from The Col­bert Report and The Daily Show, spends President’s Day week­end binge watch­ing House of Cards, and fol­lows Poli­ti­Fact on Twit­ter to sift through the emo­tional per­for­mances of elec­tion debates and cam­paign ads and the vit­ri­olic par­ti­san dis­course com­ing from both sides of the aisle.

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[divider]In Brief[/divider] Perhaps this is wishful thinking, but I know that someday soon it will be beach weather, and when that day comes I’ll need a gigantic towel. Breezeway towels are large, beautiful and woven in Brooklyn, NY. I especially liked this design, called Carolina I. [divider]Where To Find It[/divider] Breezeway

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