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Rosebud Film Festival 25th Anniversary

Update: Due to the impending snow storm the 2016 Rosebud Film Festival will be postponed to January 30-31, 2016. Rosebud Film Festival, “The District’s festival for local independent filmmakers” according to the Washington Post, will showcase the area’s best budding...

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Press Your Luck, Scooby Doo!

Did you ever wonder what it might have looked like if Fred Jones from Scooby Doo had a sister and she went on to be a contestant on the game show Press Your Luck? Yeah, me either. However, one never...

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DC Public Library – #LoveDCPLGive

The DC Public Library has released a new video highlighting their artistic and cultural programs–including concerts, the maker-space and even dance parties–as part of their #LoveDCPLGive campaign. The video features music by local Washington DC band, Puff Pieces. The video...

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Lonnie Gordon Flashback

Since cutting the cable (TV, not internet) cord and listening to music a lot more when I get in, I’ve found myself trying to find stations that play classic house and diva dance tracks. Mostly the stuff I listened to...

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“Hello” and Welcome Back, Adele!

Oh, Adele… It was well worth the wait. I have a complex relationship with some singers, especially those that sing about relationships, and their songs. Some songs are so closely associated with memories of people in my past that I...

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Back to the Future is History

Today’s the day, but I noticed this gem earlier this week. http://just-shower-thoughts.tumblr.com/post/131382899149/after-this-week-back-to-the-future-will-take After this week, Back to the Future will take place entirely in the past. Yep, the events that took place in The Back to the Future Trilogy are...

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Deee-Lite’s ‘Groove Is in the Heart’ Turns 25

People Magazine takes a look at perhaps one of the ultimate party tunes out there, Deee-Lite’s much beloved “Groove Is In The Heart“. “Groove Is in the Heart” was an immediate hit, reaching No. 1 on the U.S. Hot Dance...

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Check your Facts and Cite your Sources!

Saw this shared on Facebook over the weekend. Ironically, the page who freebooted the image didn’t cite their own source for it. The image comes from a post at Alaska Robotics, who remixed a classic World War II propaganda poster....