On this day…

Why Marching is so important in the United States March Madness? No, ice cold. March for Women? No, but getting warmer. March on Washington? Yes, you hit the spot: hot. Protesting hasn’t just been a thing of the past, but knowing where some of our greatest achievements in the fight for freedom and rights can […]

We’re not talking about the 25 cent notebooks from Walmart, kids. School is starting again, so listen up. Another semester means another chance to live your best life. While everyone loves a good Five Star notebook, there are other essentials you need to pick up that won’t be discounted in the school supplies aisle each […]

It Hits Theatres

Stephen King returns to the big screen and he’s not clownin’ around You’ll be checking for monsters under your bed, in your closet and now in every storm drain this fall. Halloween is coming early this year as the remake of Stephen King’s It creeps through the sewers and into theaters September 8. Unfortunately for […]

Appreciating the ups and downs that left-handedness brings Being a lefty in a predominantly right-handed world comes with its issues. From smudged ink on your hand to spiral notebooks digging into your wrist to bumping elbows at the dinner table, I’ve experienced it all. While being left-handed can be inconvenient at times, it also makes […]