Joanne Paquin, Emerson College
For those of you struggling to harness your inner musician, the ukulele may be just what you need.
Fans of the series will find the witty idiosyncrasies of its author perfectly preserved in the eight-part release.
From the fantasy world of ‘Unfortunate Events’ to the eerily realistic ‘Handmaid’s Tale,’ these series will rivet viewers just as much as they did readers.
Releasing a handful of stunning games from independent studios was at least one thing 2016 got right.
After volunteering to help bring water to remote areas of Nicaragua, Dibbern fell in love with the service and has devoted her future to providing medical aid to the impoverished.
If friendships are more important to your happiness than your career, following them might be the right choice.
Unlike white noise, many atmospheres are recreations of specific, often fictional environments. Ever want to study in the Gryffindor Common Room?
Are you looking to pet some pups while earning some extra cash? Working for Wag! just might be the perfect fit for you.
For people suffering from skin hunger, PTSD or loneliness, professional cuddling can be the first step on the path to healing.
Ignoring your skin’s need for human contact can be detrimental to your mental health and well-being.
DiCaprio’s new Nat Geo film seeks to inform viewers of the dangers of global warming, but is it really all that effective?
Shipwrecked’s newest addition to the world of YouTube, Edgar Allan Poe’s Murder Mystery Dinner Party, combines humor, literature, and, of course, death.
‘The Walking Dead’ has devolved into a mess of gore galore and poor emotional development, but, believe it or not, it hasn’t killed the entire zombie genre.
Maybe it’s just the thrill of being handcuffed to strangers?
The former “Matilda” and “Mrs. Doubtfire” star brings a rare perspective to the conversation on childhood.
Because yes, college students kill “unkillable” plants all the time.
Charlie from “Perks” will open your eyes to the struggles of dealing with mental illness.
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