Warning: spoiler alerts! On Saturday night, I watched the much-talked-about Netflix documentary, Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez. Directed by Geno McDermott, I found this three-part docuseries to be fascinating, but also frustratingly inconclusive and lacking evidentiary support. Still, I think it’s worth a watch considering its commentary on mental disease, identity crises, and one …

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A lot of people are posting about the ways they’ve changed in the last 10 years because we’re entering not only a new year but an entirely new decade. As with all people, there were instances and even periods of angst, but my accomplishments and personal development have mostly eclipsed that. I believe that I’ve …

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As I’ve gotten older, inevitably my style has changed. Matured, really. It used to be all about the skin-tight American Apparel dresses, spaghetti-strapped tank tops, juicy couture tracksuits, low-rise denim, flashy handbags; the list goes on. I have noticed that when I shop now, my focus tends to be on more conservative, higher quality, and …

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I have a few unrelated subjects floating around in my brain so I figured it would be best to do another addition of my Smörgåsbord series. This makes number six, so let’s get started, shall we? Marianne This week, I watched Netflix’s French horror series, Marianne, directed by Samuel Bodin and starring Victoria du Bois …

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I have made many television, podcast, and other media recommendations in the past, but this is different. It’s important. I strongly believe that everyone should watch Netflix’s limited series, Unbelievable, about the true story of an 18-year-girl accused of lying about her rape and the two female detectives that investigate a series of rapes with a …

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Queer Eye’s enduring popularity makes sense. In a world where gun violence, xenophobia, political turmoil, and social disconnect seem to dominate the public’s conscious, it’s no wonder that a television show based on good intentions, kindness, understanding, and encouragement has a strong foothold in popular culture. The modern reboot of the show’s original and more …

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True crime dominates my podcast listening. The Last Podcast on The Left maintains its foothold as #1 in my heart with their well researched (and hysterically conveyed) episodes covering everything from killers, historical tragedies, aliens, cryptids, magic, to paranormal activity. There is, however, a newer podcast to me that’s been in production since 2017. It’s …

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In order to distract myself from a rather awful string of luck at work, I decided to dive head first into Amazon Prime’s four-part docu-series, Lorena, about the sensational case of Lorena and John Wayne Bobbitt. I was first made aware of this by the guys of Last Podcast on the Left in one of …

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I loved being a student at Indiana University. Yes, I had too much fun there, but what I mostly think about when I look back on my college years was the sincere joy that I had being a student. While IU is known for their esteemed Kelly School of Business, I had a fantastic education …

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