With Summer just around the corner, many may be looking for something to keep them occupied. On the subject, many individuals in the United States are subscribed to at least one streaming […]
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On Reading Daily
Most people read something at least once a day, whether it’s a newspaper snippet, online article, recipe, or even a couple of chapters within a book. With that said, reading daily has […]
How to Overcome Writer’s Block
Many people, particularly writers, often feel they lack creativity while trying to write something. This condition is known as writer’s block — and it’s not contagious. Many writers will experience writer’s block […]
Event: SMCC Art Show, May 11th
On May 11th, Southern Maine Community College will be presenting an art exhibit on their campus, hosted by students Sarah and Madison. The Art Show was developed by Virginia Rose, an art […]
Poem: Ode to Autumn
“Ode to Autumn” is a poem written by Daniel Nemitz in 2022 in response to his favorite season.
What About Tolerable Sequels?
When was the last time you watched or read a “decent” sequel? Perhaps you’ve never witnessed a glorious follow-up story, or are just avoiding them altogether… but what makes a sequel “good,” in general?
Results Are In: People Still Believe Netflix’s Policies Are Unfair
After announcing new policies during the first few months of 2022, Netflix has lost over 200,000 subscribers, and are expected to lose more than a million by July. But subscribers are not happy with the newly-released updates regarding the future of the streaming giant.
Netflix Loses the Most Subscribers Since 2010, Predicted to Lose More
Netflix recently reported it has lost over 200,000 subscribers since March. According to the streaming service, this is the most cancelations they’ve experienced in a one-month period since 2010. Netflix themselves blame social media and the cooling of the COVID-19 pandemic for their shortcomings.
Do You Own These Rare Collectibles?
Most of us grew up with toys, and a lot of us may be holding onto a lot of them and may be packed away in some sort of storage room. However, if you’re looking to make quick money, you may have highly sought-out toys hiding somewhere in your house.
Short Story: Christmas Ham
It’s the night before Christmas Eve, and Jason is forced into the grocery store by his mother, who needs to purchase a few more items for her big dinner. As a result, her son gets hungry, and is manipulated by a delightful Christmas ham.