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the “fringe” “event”

I recently read something that scared me: “Fringe is likely to be cancelled.” The show might not be cancelled at all, but it’s dipping dangerously low when it comes to viewership. What I had to realize is that it doesn’t

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“the cape” tv review

NBC tries again with the superhero drama. Will it work? Only time will tell. To be honest, I didn’t think it was that bad. I enjoyed the origin story of the mystery The Cape and meeting a few of the

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  • episode 34 - cheetos dusted surprise zombies September 21, 2016
    In our first ever podcasters round table, Sterling, Kortney (Get Verved Podcast) and Steph (Lemonade Show) discuss everything from the failed novelty foods from Burger King, the Matrix (as usual), and book recommendations. They also discuss and speculate a recent episode of Mr Robot despite not yet seeing the season finale, so be warned for spoilers. Sterlin […]
  • episode 33 - cultivating creativity September 8, 2016
    Returning guest Laura Meoli of the LoudaVision Podcast returns to discuss and offer advice about the creative process, creative blocks, and what drives us to do the things that we do. Laura also discusses recent projects and ventures, some of which you can find on her website loudavision.com and her podcast! Poem at the top of the show is “Ode” by Arthur O’S […]
  • episode 32 - when lemonade spilleth over August 24, 2016
    Black Girl Magic takes over this show when @Steph_I_Will aka Misty Knight’s Twist Out, host of the Lemonade Show drops by to talk with Sterling and Kortney about the Olympics (Black women win, Ryan Lochte lost) and “Catwomangate” (as Sterling likes to call it) stemming from a tweet about Black female superheros being represented on screen and the fallout aft […]