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Book Review: Not Just Cartoons: Nicktoons! by Jerry Beck

Oozing green slime does not usually conjure up fond childhood memories. Unless, that is, you grew up with the Nicktoons. Read More »

PS2 Review: Manhunt 2

With uber-violent kills and a darkly evocative storyline, Manhunt 2 will keep players hooked for as long as they can stomach it. Read More »

I’m One in Ten: A College Girl Faces Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

It's the leading cause of female infertility, takes a lifetime to fight, and can change the way a woman lives forever. And I've got it. Read More »

Book Review: The Naked Roommate and 107 Other Issues You Might Run Into in College

With real-life advice and tongue-in-cheek humor, The Naked Roommate is a go-to guidebook on coping with the ever-changing college experience. Read More »

DVD Review: Demetri Martin, Person

Demetri Martin's latest comedy special lets the rest of the world in on the simplistically literal yet charming way he sees the world. Read More »

DVD Review: Drawn Together – Season Two

It's unlike any other reality show ... and that's probably a good thing. Read More »

Joined-at-the-Hip Couple

They go everywhere together and do everything together. They are Joined-at-the-Hip couple - and they scare me. Read More »

Book Review: The Gunslinger – Book One of the Dark Tower Series by Stephen King

Because no journey’s end is complete without an understanding of how it began, re-reading The Gunslinger is rewarding for a full grasp of the series. Read More »

Book Review: Traversing Stephen King’s “Dark Tower” Series

"The man in black fled across the desert, and the gunslinger followed." Pursue these two enigmatic figures through Stephen King's seven-book literary opus. Read More »

Webcomic Review: Looking for Group

Epic quests, deadly enemies, and fluffy critters on fire. Welcome to Looking for Group. Read More »