In Review: Demi Lovato Dances With the Devil, and Comes Back Stronger Than Ever

If there’s anyone who deserves a triumphant comeback album story arc, it’s Demi Lovato.
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7 Girl Bosses You Forgot To Appreciate in March

You may not have been appreciative of the many girl boss go-getters during the last Women’s History Month, but thankfully, there are many femme fatales out there who are deserving of praise! Here ar...
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No Computer? No Problem! Four Hacks To Manage Your Way Through Online School, Laptop-Free

Breakthrough laptop-free hacks include: Read a book, or pretend to be Amish.
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In Review: Taylor Swift’s Storytelling Saves 2020, Again

Swift’s new album, “evermore,” both lyrically and sonically picks up where “folklore” left off.
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In Review: Kylie Minogue’s Victory Lap With “DISCO”

Minogue has reinvented herself once again with “DISCO,” bringing retro sounds to the future.
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Four Trump Tweets That Will Invalidate Any of Those Silly Little Self-Care Activities You Did Today

With the dust from the election finally beginning to settle, it’s important to practice self-care techniques to ease your mind from this heinous experience. However, remembering another bizarre or u...
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In Review: Róisín Murphy Tells Her Own Story on “Róisín Machine”

On “Róisín Machine,” the music is stripped back and drawn out, but still has the essence of her personality through these slow disco and house anthems.
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In Review: Katy Perry Gets Her Smile Back

On this record, she’s not trying to exert her creative exhaust like on “Witness,” and it sounds like she’s having fun.
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In Review: “Tourist Season” by Miel

With this beautiful, dream-like ode to a relationship, you’ll feel like you’ve gone through about seven break-ups already.
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In Review: “Women in Music Pt. III” by HAIM

The Haim sisters had to travel through darkness to create this record, but on the other side was a tunnel of light you can hear through the quality production.
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Welcome to “Chromatica”: Lady Gaga Returns to Her Pop Homeland

This dance-central album might just provide enough refuge with a bedroom dance party to make us forget we can’t listen to this music at a real party.
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Carly Rae Jepsen Releases New Refined “Dedicated Side B” Quarantine Album

Even though there are overlapping themes in other Jepsen songs and the material isn’t exactly new, there are still some gems in this album that represent the best of her discography.
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Professor Assures In-Person Lecture About Same Boring Material “Much More Engaging Than Online Class”

Aborian made a point to emphasize that even though he couldn’t see the sleeping faces while he was talking like before, he envisioned them in his head to bring about a sense of normalcy.
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“Survivor: 40” Review: An All-Winner Cast Creates a Winning Season

This season provided memorable moments, funny interactions and great gameplay to go with a fantastic cast.
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Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn’s “Making the Cut” Barely Makes It Work

If you desperately miss Klum and Gunn and miss watching innovative fashions walk down the runway, this show does the job.
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