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    Hinds Bring Women To “El Frente” In Rock

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    Review: ‘Finding Dory’ Provides an Unforgettable Experience

    While Finding Nemo showed the struggle of being a parent to a child with a disability, Finding Dory takes it a step further. Dory’s chronic amnesia is difficult to deal with, but not debilitating. The film not only shows how Dory can overcome it, but also how she uses it to her advantage.

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    Book of the Month: The Subscription Box Goes Literary

    With the Book of the Month subscription service, all readers have to do is order one time and have enough books for a month, delivered straight to their mailbox or dorm room—especially helpful for people who love to read but maybe don’t have the time go to bookstores, to constantly go to the bookstore, or to order books online all the time.

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    Webcomics Wednesday: Beast Macabre: A Review of ‘Broodhollow’

    Really good horror can make you afraid of everyday things. Sure, when most of us think of horror, we think of zombies or vampires, but it’s easy to make us scared of zombies or vampires. They are unnatural. They are frightening because we know on some instinctual level that they should not exist. But the most skilled crafters of horror can evoke these feelings from things which we encounter every day.