Culture

Musical Segregation

Just like there are so many different denominations in the Christian faith, there are also seemingly many denominations of music. You may have heard or even used the term “secular music” yourself. Rest assured, you are not alone as it is a common term among the brethren, that is, people of the Christian faith. What […]

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Xtreme Christian Music Conference

The Xtreme Christian Music Conference, coming to the BB&T Center in Sunrise on Saturday, January 18 and Sunday January 19, is bringing some of the top names in Christian music right here to South Florida for a two day event you don’t want to miss. With an artist lineup including Hillsong UNITED, Switchfoot, Kutless, the […]

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A Few of My Favorite Sings

Music has the ability to strike a chord — no pun intended — in every human. It is unique in that there is a groove for every walk of life. We might, and usually do, differ in our likes and dislikes, but the one genre that seems to melt our hearts towards one another is […]

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History of the Heisman Trophy

Prestige. Competitiveness. Athleticism. These words come to mind when one thinks of the most esteemed award in American collegiate athletics, the Heisman Memorial Trophy. A common goal of every college football player is to enter the fraternity of players who have hoisted this momentous award. History The award made its debut in 1935 inside Manhattan’s […]

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2013 – 2014 NBA Season Preview

Just five months ago, the Miami Heat pulled off arguably the greatest NBA Finals comeback in NBA history in game six against the San Antonio Spurs. After their game seven victory, the Miami Heat stood victorious over the basketball world. But now every team is undefeated once again and championship aspirations have returned, even more […]

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Good Reads

Whether you’re relaxing beneath the swaying leaves of a palm tree or waiting for time to pass at the doctor’s office, everyone needs a good book on hand. Reading not only entertains the mind, but grows and enlightens it as well. A good book allows for one to see new perspectives as the reader enters […]

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Brown Bag It!: Healthy DIY Lunch Ideas

Time is of the essence when you are busy taking care of a million and one things. We often let our health fall to the wayside as we scramble to get things done by eating junk food or skipping meals altogether. Here are some healthy and quick ideas to avoid the stomach grumblings. Serve each […]

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Lacrosse: A New South Florida Favorite

Lacrosse is one of the oldest team sports in North America. There is evidence that the traditional Native Americans originated stickball as early as the 17th century in Canada, which later evolved into what we know today as lacrosse. Lacrosse traditionally had many different purposes. It was used to settle inter-tribal disputes, to toughen young […]

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Fall Films

Fall is here, and has brought a few promising films with it. Fall is a kind of transitional period; it isn’t summer blockbuster season anymore, but we haven’t reached the endless list of Oscar contenders that usually get packed in toward the end of the year either. In this season, we find a variety of […]

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Gluten Free and Delicious!

By: Kyra Bussanich More than ever, people understand that our bodies just weren’t designed to handle the amount of processed flour found in many of today’s food. Some people with vague, undiagnosed illnesses feel better after cutting out gluten, a protein in flour-based foods. Many Americans, including professional athletes and celebrities such as Zooey Deschanel […]

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