Women love to play around with their hair. It has been estimated that between they are 13 and 65 years old the typical woman will cut, color or just change their hair style at least twice a year. That equals getting about 104 visits to local hair salons over the course of a lifetime. When […]

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Over the past twenty years, fashion trends have changed and grown in ways that might surprise the average person. This is not to say that people are not aware of fashion trends, however, some changes have been subtle. For instance, men’s accessories are now more popular than ever and most people had no idea this […]

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What’s the big deal with celebrity gossip? It’s time for a little history lesson. People have always been chatty creatures. It’s how we communicated danger, connected with others and kept ourselves warm during long, cold nights alone in the wilderness. While that may not be an issue in our very modern day, some habits die […]

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Over the past 10 years the style and culture in the United States, and even arguably around the globe, has completely changed and for evidence, you can look no further than the fashion industry. The industry of fashion is the shining light to exemplify just how much the culture of our modern day society has […]

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To say that the current cultural and political climate in the United States is tense is a gross understatement. And while the palpable social and political polarization may seem relatively new, as in riding on the coat tails of the current administration, the heaviness of this tense sentiment has been brewing in America’s proverbial “Melting […]

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Over the past 20 years, the culture in the United States has shifted in ways that many could not have predicted. Thanks to technology and migration, the culture of America has become much more influenced by new thought processes and new ways of thinking. Now, people engage in activities and trends that they normally would […]

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The chance to vote on the levy override is nearing its end. In fact, as the midwestern school district finishes up its mail in ballot campaign, it should come as no surprise that custom pop displays and outdoor custom banners announce to both neighbors and strangers which side of the educational funding topic they favor. […]

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Everybody is familiar with common acronym “lol”, short for laugh or laughing out loud. And although “lol” has basically become apart of modern American English, how times a day do people actually lol irl instead of just typing it? The answer is not so funny. According to Psychology Today, the average four-year-old child laughs at […]

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