Between 1998 and the present day, HeR Interactive has released 33 point-and-click adventure games centered around everyone's favorite nosy know-it-all, Nancy Drew. Just in case you forgot about these games, we'll take a trip down nostalgia lane. I'll be focusing on Secrets Can Kill (1998) and The Last Train to Blue Moon Canyon (2005), but all games are valid. Before you know it, you'll have Ned Nickerson's phone number memorized again. And if you've never forgotten it... you won't even be needing a second chance. Love, Nancy.
I set out to write the most wild Killing Eve fanfiction possible... Content warning: this story contains a little violence, and some implied dubious consent (involving a polyjuice potion). Rated Teen/Mature (but if you watch Killing Eve, this fic is plenty appropriate in my opinion). Without any further ado, here she is.
I would like acknowledge that not all of us were #blessed enough to grow up with the Harry Potter series, so here is a casual retelling, one book/film at a time, using film screencaps to guide you along in the most Muggle-friendly way possible. Be sure to share it with your friends to awaken the Brave Wizard F**k Boy in all of us.
If you've been assigned to read Antigone for a class, you may be looking for an easy way to understand it. The following is a (very simplified) explanation. Of course, I encourage you to read the play itself, but this may help you out with the general plot so you can spend more time on analysis.
I have spent several years comparing my voice to professionals, my peers, even children in plays who are years younger than me. It seems we all have this bad habit of making our voices a competition. But why? For me, it is usually because of how touching the voices of those who are successful are. I become jealous, in a way. The ability to move someone through a song is like a hidden super power. In the better half of the past year, my voice and technique has grown immensely due to one change I made. I have accepted that although my voice will always sound imperfect to me, that doesn't decrease its value.
Anyone who has kept up with pop culture this year has probably heard a lot of buzz about The Shape of Water, Dunkirk, Lady Bird, etc., but where is the talk about Paddington 2? My 17-year-old brother, an avid movie-theatre-goer, chose to see the film that follows everyone's favorite red-hatted bear during its opening week in the U.S.