Ginger Pop: Subversive Wild Ride, Party of One

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By Amber Kelly-Anderson Later this week I will be heading to Florida for a few days of theme park festiveness (in the company of fellow Residents Katie and Joseph). My relationship with Disney… Continue reading

Gettin’ Jiggy With It

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By Katie Shaw So here’s what you’ve all been waiting for… Hope everyone had a fantastic St. Patrick’s Day! Cheers!

From the Baraza: Weekend Guide

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How does one celebrate St. Patrick driving the snakes (ie. the Druids) out of Ireland? The Baraza presents some charming ideas to pass the weekend. Pick up a copy of Angela’s Ashes by… Continue reading

Let’s Dance!

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By Katie Shaw “Put on your red shoes and dance the blues,” said David Bowie, but I had something a little more Riverdance-y in mind. St. Patrick’s day is sneaking up on us,… Continue reading

Why Anime?

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By Joseph Severino A question that I frequently receive concerns how I became an anime fan, particularly from people who are not fans themselves.  I have long been a fan of animation of… Continue reading

The Best of Both Worlds

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By Erin King My “little” baby just turned ONE. Can you believe it? I’ll save that post for another day. Like a crazy mother, I planned a huge soiree, on accident. Okay, so… Continue reading

Late Night Thoughts

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By Geneva Dummer As I sit up at 1am, nursing my son back to sleep, I have a song stuck in my head. This happens frequently.  Some days it’s a good song, some… Continue reading

Ginger Pop: Pretty Irish Girl

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By Amber Kelly-Anderson Holiday movies are certainly prolific. Christmas and Halloween could have their own sections, Easter can hold its own, while Valentines Day and New Year’s Eve are rising the ranks (thanks… Continue reading

From the Baraza: Friday Never Hesitates

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Looking for something to do this weekend? Take a tip from The Baraza! Watch Kiss of the Spider Woman in honor of the late, deeply talented Raul Julia (born March 9). William Hurt… Continue reading

Variations in Motherhood

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By: Erin King I used to roll on the floor. A lot. I used words like octahedron, kinesphere, iliopsoas, and turn out. You would usually find me in tights, probably barefoot in a… Continue reading