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Hypnotically Speaking

Hypnotically Speaking

Hopefully you are having fun using self-hypnosis to influence your life in a positive way. A lot of people don’t think about how their mind works until they are prompted to do so. The mind is complex, and to get started, I focus on four key points to understanding how our mind works. First of

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On the Debased State of Popular Culture

Have you noticed that pop culture has been steadily deteriorating and regressing? Have you observed that Hollywood movies, TV shows, and the entertainment industry, in general, have been stagnant for ages, with only box office goals and sociopolitical agendas powering the creative process? Have you felt that creativity has died, and that the same generic,

Arts & Culture

Sean Connery, a lion of cinema whose roar went beyond Bond

Writing an appreciation of Sean Connery feels inevitably inadequate compared to experiencing the real thing. To glimpse his magnetism, you might turn to a photograph of him in a tailored suit, leaning against an Aston Martin. You’d probably get more of his menacing charisma by pulling up the “Chicago way” scene from “The Untouchables.” It

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Halloween horror in the (super)humanities: NAU English professor discusses her research into the scary and creepy

Karen Renner scares pretty easily. In most professions, that wouldn’t be unusual. In Renner’s—she studies horror media and, when given the chance to guest-edit a journal, chose evil children as the topic—it’s a little more surprising. Renner, an associate professor in the Department of English at Northern Arizona University, talked to NAU News about Halloween

Opinion: Celluloid Heroes Never Really Die

  Olivia De Havilland died recently at the age of 104, and depending on your age and your passion for movies, she may be someone you recognize instantly or someone you’ve never heard of; that’s the way the movies are. But whether you are familiar with her or not, she was the last great movie

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