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Book Review: Wonder

Book Review: Wonder

Emma Lapin January 24, 2014 1

Although “Wonder” is a book targeted for children, adults can appreciate its messages and characters. “Wonder” discusses important topics, like acceptance and judgement, in an honest and innocent way

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Book Review: The Tiny Wife

Book Review: The Tiny Wife

Sara Seaman January 24, 2014 0

Canadian author Andrew Kaufman’s novella “The Tiny Wife” is an accessible yet incredibly imaginative fable. In less than 88 pages, it explores moral ideas of gratitude and love in a metaphorical format

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Book Review: David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants

Book Review: David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants

Emma Lapin October 31, 2013 0

Did Goliath have an advantage in his fight with David? Is it worth going to your top choice college only to be a small fish in a big pond? In his newest book, “David and

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Food Blog: The New Cupcake—Cake Pops.

Food Blog: The New Cupcake—Cake Pops.

Isabel Adler April 22, 2013 2

Cake pops are a delicious treat. They look like lollipops, but they taste like cake.  This is because cake pops are made from cake batter but eaten on a lollipop stick

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Review: HBO’s Girls

Review: HBO’s Girls

Catherine Bergin February 12, 2013 0

Aaahh, post-college life in the Big Apple. It’s the life everyone desires: paid internship at your dream job, a shared apartment with your best friend, financial independence, and dating the guy of your fantasy.

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Restaurant Review: Milo & Olive—Is it as Good as it is Popular?

Restaurant Review: Milo & Olive—Is it as Good as it is Popular?

Cuisine Editors May 25, 2012 2

Located on Wilshire Boulevard, in Santa Monica, Milo & Olive is buzzing with fresh new ideas for gourmet cuisine

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Restaurant Review: Catching Up with San Gennaro Cafe

Restaurant Review: Catching Up with San Gennaro Cafe

Cuisine Editors May 25, 2012 0

San Gennaro’s Restaurant (located at 140 South Barrington Place, just across the street from Archer) has courteous servers, excellent food with generous portions, and clean ’50s style decor

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