The Movie Is Never Like The Book

This week I decided to go to a movie that was based on a popular book. I have heard multiple things about it, including the statement that it was nothing like the beloved story it was based on. Others have said it has the potential to be one of the best films of the year.…
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The Turn Of The Millennial

“You’re so successful for your age, April.” While the phrase makes me confident, it also scares me. It’s usually followed by a smug, “Your generation has it so easy,” or “You think you deserve everything.” People say it all the time to my generation. There is a name for my age group that makes me…
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A Tale Of Two Schools

I participated in a lot of activities when I was in school. As a Belfield High School student, a lot of my interests involved co-oping with South Heart High School. I made plenty of friends playing golf and volleyball. We always had a good time and even won a few tournaments. But there was always…
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Can We Have Some Petahe?

I remember when I was little and I would go to Grandma Rose’s house for Christmas Eve. In fact, about 20 of us went to Grandma’s house for that special day in December. Somehow we jammed everyone into that house in Dickinson. The adults sat at the grand table. I usually got stuck at the…
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The End Of The Road For The Red Monster

It’s been an interesting ride, but it looks like this journey has come to an end and it’s time to begin a new one. Don’t freak out just yet. I’m not driving away from Dickinson, at least not forever. But I do have a new traveling buddy. If you have seen me rolling down the…
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