Genius

16 Feb 19
Justice Elite Fitness

Full Unbiased Shoe Review of Inov-8 X-Talon 200 by Nikki Justice This full review is featured on RunRepeat.com! Hello, versatility! Inov-8 came in like a wrecking ball on to the obstacle course racing (OCR) scene as these nimble grip-intensive shows changed OCR forever. More than just an OCR race shoe, minimalist trail runners and fell runners […]

16 Feb 19
Rollercoaster of Emotions

While browsing through the Hulu catalogue of TV shows to watch, I encountered Genius Junior, a television game show where genius children (around elementary or middle school age) attempt to win prize money by correctly answering as many questions as they can. Fascinated by the contrast in intelligence among these children and myself, I decided […]

16 Feb 19
moviebuffstuffsite

These are my personal 12 favourite movie characters from 2018 – the list is compiled of either characters who made their big screen debut during 2018, or new incarnations of characters we may have seen before. Characters I discussed in my “villains” post will be excluded since they had their own list.   12. Domino […]

16 Feb 19
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For all the national frenzy around Apna Time Aayega and the halo of hyper-energy around its leading man, Gully Boy is a surprisingly understated movie, rarely holding placards, rarely romanticising its glum, slum setting (the way foreign films set in India do), rarely showing any signs of activism, moving with the calm expanse of the […]

16 Feb 19
The Man in the Grand Circle

Set in the post-crash 1930s America, it’s not hard to see why this lesser-known Arthur Miller play from 1980 will resonate with a 21st Century audience still feeling the effects of the 2008 financial crisis. Subtitled “A Vaudeville”, Rachel Chavkin’s production uses period songs and superb choreography to guide us through the personal and political […]

16 Feb 19
wax banks

[Wrote this some time ago, when it mattered, not that it matters. –wa.] It’s not really a story, is the thing. Infinity War is perfectly fine entertainment — some of the ‘funny’ lines are funny, some of the fighting has poetry, some of the tableaux are almost lovely. There’s a brief, genuinely breathtaking scene of […]

16 Feb 19
wax banks

Watching some Season Five X-Files a few weeks ago, I was struck by the inescapable fact that it’s…terrible. I’ve said a few times that Chris Carter is the George Lucas of TV — a genuine generation-altering visionary who couldn’t write his way out of a wet paper bag with scissors in his hand — but […]

16 Feb 19
popchartfreak

20. FRASIER (1993-2004) Spin-off of the long-running Cheers, Frasier also ran for 11 years and was record-award-winning, giving Kelsey Grammer the unique record of playing the same character for a record-breaking 20 years for a sitcom character. A huge fave of critics, the scriptwriting was sharp, smart and full of great one-liners. The cast was […]

16 Feb 19
Dreamland

My Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ About the author: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (born on 15 September 1977) is a Nigerian novelist, writer of short stories, and nonfiction. She has written the novels Purple Hibiscus (2003), Half of a Yellow Sun (2006), and Americanah (2013), the short story collection The Thing Around Your Neck (2009), and the book-length essay […]

16 Feb 19
KALEIDOSCOPE

“…Yes, there is much speculation that the current online boom is causing brick-and-mortar businesses to go bust, but there happens to be so much more than that…”

16 Feb 19
Solitary Wanderer

Waking late I take out my tooth brush, and amply apply the flavoured paste, she strokes her paint brush with a hush, I cleanse my teeth and she her art taste; laid to rest the easel and laid the breakfast, by the time lazy me bathed and came clean, clean of the little lies and […]

16 Feb 19
LebFind

[ad_1] Audi turns a hindrance into an asset. Lebanon has multiple power cuts per day which turn the LED screens into dotted structures with the dots multiplying with time. So Audi took that into their own advantage and built their own dots to showcase their “Pre Sense” systems. The ads – printed on billboards and […]

16 Feb 19
Pete The Profit

Top class National Hunt racing is back in style today with a fine nine race card from Ascot where the ground is Good/Soft – Good in places, five of those races are set to be shown on ITV4 starting with the 1.35. I’ve got bets lined up in three of those televised races. There’s also […]

16 Feb 19
CryptoCenterNews

Ripple is currently engaged in upgrading the technology behind the cryptocurrencies. The two white papers drafted by the ripple shows the aim behind this endeavor. The first white paper underlines the algorithm empowering the platform. While the second one entails the way to improve connectivity between different nodes. Additionally, the plan to improve verification of […]

16 Feb 19
The Baby Name Buff

The Anne of Green Gables book series sparked my love of literature and influenced my decision to major in English in college. And even though I’m that picky, snobby person when it comes to book-to-film adaptations, especially of my favorite books, I was blown away by the awesomeness of the 80s miniseries adaptation (starring Megan […]

16 Feb 19
Life with Ellie

I can’t believe I am saying this but my Instagram account, ‘Gluten Free With Ellie’ is officially one year old today! 16th February 2018 I put out my first ever post on that account, thinking no one would care, no one would follow and it certainly wouldn’t turn into anything but one year on? I […]