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Are Drive-In Movies Still A Thing

Growing up, Grease was a movie that was a classic, and one of the scenes I remember is where Danny Zuko, played by John Travolta, and Sandy Olsson, played by Olivia Newton-John, went to the drive-in theatre. I recently visited The Roadium, an open-air swap meet, in Torrance, and I saw that they were announcing various dates for drive-in movies.

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What Wisdom Has Taught Me About Sincerity

Many would like to think and believe that once you are dishonest and insincere you will always have that reputation. Truth be told, you can spend a lifetime protecting a great reputation and one, just one incident can ruin your reputation. Therefore, be honest in your dealings with people. Be sincere with your interactions with people. Be will willing to say, “I am sorry” or ask for forgiveness.

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How A Solo Trip May Be Your Ticket to Self-Discovery

Experiential travel is one of the most popular and well-supported industries within the world right now. Social media has allowed for more engaged travel content, and has thus introduced a new obsession with the concept of ‘living like a local.’ Forget hopping aboard a double-decker bus as it peruses through the bustling streets of London, Millennials would rather enjoy high tea at Kensington Palace and catch a glimpse of the changing of the color guard instead.

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What Would Happen if Adults Would Take on The Mentality of Baseball?

Coaches, teammates, moms, dads, grandparents, families, and friends cheered these youngsters on with such enthusiasm. I cheered and didn’t know any of the kids when I first arrived. Sometimes it was an emphatic and enthusiastic “YES”, “WAY TO GO”, “AWESOME“ other times it was “awe", “ohhhh", “noooo" . However, you mostly hear “good job" “let's go guys" get ‘um next time" “shake it off" “focus in" “don’t worry about it” or “you got this”.

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The Weirdest Phobias

Everyone has phobias some seek counseling for it, while others are so ashamed that they never tell anyone. They don’t want to be judged because they believe their phobia is too weird. Yet did you know more people share that phobia than you realize? Just remember that you are not alone and that no matter how weird your phobia is it’s never to late to get over them.

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Five Women Artists You Should Know

All of the people I’ve grown up loving and admiring, were men. It felt like the age-old lie that women just aren’t as good as men, or as successful and can’t create artwork that’s as good as what men create. It made me feel wrong or inadequate or just downright angry as a woman desiring to pursue a creative career and feeling like there must be something I lack in my own female-ness.

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Why California Parents Opting for Home School to Avoid Vaccinating Their Children

For some people, getting a needle inserted into their arm is something that triggers a feeling of fear.  It can be even more scary when the law requires their children to get vaccines at such a young age. Since 2016, California is one of the few states that requires a set of vaccinations for children to be able to attend public school.

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Here Is Why Writing Poetry Heals the Soul

Poetry, I believe they are too cool to understand literacy as something genuine. Decades ago, English in school was considered feminine. However, Poetry is much more than what thee believes; in fact, it is an art form which thee conceives. Merging Metaphors and Similes to create something worthwhile and sweet. My friends, poetry is something versatile and yet so unique.

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The Evolution of Poetry

Until Milk and Honeywas published in 2014, I think it’s safe to assume that the general public was not reading poetry.If you were to ask my dad, he’d tell you T.S. Elliot’s famous line, “April is the cruelest month”, is from a Simon and Garfunkel song. Truly, poetry had been generally declining in popularity. That is, until the arrival of the social media movement pioneered by figures such as Rupi Kaur, R.H. Sin, Lang Leav, Atticus and many more poets that gained popularity through platforms such as Instagram, Twitter and Tumblr. 

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The Problem With the Influencer Generation

The existence of social media has inevitably brought about a new demographic of users and creators, many of whom rely entirely on digital platforms to push a product or promote their brand. And while the business side of this industry may be thriving, the social ramifications that have been introduced through these digital mediums are showcasing a whole new kind of issue that younger generations must now navigate.

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