Avatar: The Last Airbender Season 1 (2005) Still 100%

Water. Earth. Fire. Air. Long ago, the four nations lived together in harmony. Then, everything changed when the Fire Nation attacked. Only the Avatar, master of all four elements, could stop them, but when the world needed him most, he vanished. A hundred years passed and my brother and I discovered the new Avatar, an…

Stardew Valley (2016)

Farmville and Animal Crossing meet the graphics of early Pokemon games in Stardew Valley. Harvest your produce, catch the best fish, mine the expensive gems, explore the village, becomes friends with the locals, and fall in love all in this short but expansive game. Your character receives a farm in your grandfather’s will, his old…

Ms. Marvel (2015)

Introducing one of the newest Marvel heroes, Ms. Marvel. “Ms. Marvel,” you say. “Isn’t that just Captain Marvel’s name?” Well, yes. But no. This is Kamala Kahn, Pakistani-American Muslim from Jersey City. She’s just your typical high school student navigating teen life until a mysterious fog appears and gives her supernatural abilities, causing her to…

Coucou Circle France

Coucou mes chouchous! Just another post about The Circle franchise that I guess I’m obsessed with. idk

The Wrong Missy is a Dude Film I Never Needed

Directed by Tyler Spindel. Written by Chris Pappas and Kevin Barnett. This is a movie for those who loved All About Steve, Grown Ups, and Hall Pass. Here comes another movie made for laughs and pushing boundaries, but not quite in the way you’d expect. Will David Spade’s character fall in love with this intense woman…

7 Tips from The Circle on Surviving Quarantine

First of all, we’ve never had a national emergency that literally required us to avoid human interaction. To most introverts, this is a blessing, perhaps. For the first week, it was cute. The second week, it was comforting. The third week was mostly manageable. The fourth week things started getting out of hand. The fifth…

Award-Winning “All The Wild Hungers” by Karen Babine

Karen Babine has done it again, winning the 2020 Minnesota Book Award in Memoir/Creative Nonfiction. As the subtitle suggests (A Season of Cooking and Cancer), this book follows Babine’s experience cooking for her mother recovering from chemo treatment. Filled with familial anecdotes to make you laugh, cry, and question your own relationship with family, this…