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Archive for: October, 2016

  In a world where media says you have to look or act a certain way to fit in, we at Cooglife want you to know that you are already beautiful. We’ve created this challenge for you, to let you know that the world’s idea of fashion and beauty is not necessarily something to strive for. We are giving away a $150 gift card...

For this “Reel Mood of the Week,” take a look at (and go see) these five films that feature numbers capable of summoning a great time when the previews ended. “The Accountant” 2011: This is the year that the screenplay for “The Accountant” was featured in The Black List, a roster of most-liked projects that are yet (and...

CORRECTION: A previous version of this article included phrasing that could be denoted as insensitive toward Vietnamese culture. It has been updated to reflect the value Cooglife places on cultural diversity and sensitivity. As we walked in from the parking lot I spotted a Buddhist monk in orange robes standing by the...

Replay Vintage Goods is set to open on Saturday, October 15 with the REPLAY Returns Celebration Bash, and it’s going to be a day-and-night event full of fun and, of course, quirky yet lovable items for vintage devotees. It starts at 2:30 p.m. and will go on for as long as people keep coming, and if the Facebook page...

Although Anthony Hopkins’ creative director, Dr. Ford, believes that there’s a deeper level for the “guests” of his android-based theme park Westworld, very few instances across its first two episodes indicate that the “guests” believe so.  For the most part, the park’s visitors ignore the various story lines woven...

Found your brother, Hanna. He might even pass as your twin, too. Besides being Black List alumni and outcasts as protagonists, both have surprising amounts of humanity beneath the action garb. Under Gavin O’Connor’s direction, though, the tale of the accountant/badass has no time for fairy-tale symbolism and...

Often, college freshmen struggle to discover who they are and where they fit in. But sometimes all it takes is a little courage, a supportive friend and season six of “RuPaul’s Drag Race.” For stage management senior Ryan Barrett, known by his fans as Regina Thorne-DuBois, entering the world of drag queens was...

It began with a feathery cloud of a prom dress. I was buried in tulle for a month before I perfected every stitch. At 16, my venture into fashion design was amateur at best. I spent the better part of a decade drawing slim figures in myriad dresses and grew too curious not to explore the craft further. I envisioned...

The anticipation for Donald Glover’s TV series, “Atlanta,” was high before it premiered, but not many expected the series to shake up television the way it has. Not since the previous FX series “Louie”—a safe pick for the best TV show of the decade—has there been a TV series as purely fascinating as “Atlanta.” Centered...

Different kinds of systems are in place to rattle our characters, but with determination they might just make it—might. “The Birth of a Nation” The most radiant star out of Sundance Film Festival tells the story of Nat Turner (Nate Parker), a slave-turned-leader after he witnesses the scale and brutality of slavery in...