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Stranger Things Season 2 Appetizer – The Promise

October 20, 2017 | By idobi Staff

You’re about to get lucky this Friday because we’ve got a fanfic appetizer for Season 2 of Stranger Things.

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Comics Are The New Campfire – New York Comic Con 2017

October 10, 2017 | By Sherin Nicole

I rode up to New York Comic Con on the train this year. The vibe was the same as being a kid on the bus to summer camp.

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Stars in Her Eyes: Star Trek: Discovery Panel – New York Comic Con 2017

October 9, 2017 | By Sherin Nicole

We attended the Star Trek: Discovery panel at New York Comic Con.

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Always There: On ‘Girls Trip’ and Friendship

July 20, 2017 | By Sherin Nicole

I am as mystified as you’re about to be when I tell you that a screening of Girls Trip turned into an emotional experience for me.

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Black Panther is on the Move – The First Teaser Trailer is Here and you will be MOVED

June 10, 2017 | By Sherin Nicole

The Black Panther trailer is everything we dreamed of…

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Snow in April and Vinyl Memories – Thinking of Prince

April 21, 2017 | By Sherin Nicole

When I was young, which was a very long time ago indeed, two men ruled the charts. One was the king of an Indiana dynasty. The other was the prince of Minneapolis.

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Falling For ‘Nufonia Must Fall’

March 21, 2017 | By Sherin Nicole

Here’s how Kid Koala, one of the world’s finest DJs, breaks it down. Nufonia comes from the “Latin” nu fon. Add-on the suffix -ia (in this case used to denote a place) and you have the city where no fun is had.

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You Had To Be There: Shonda Rhimes

October 20, 2016 | By Sherin Nicole

Shonda Rhimes at the National Book Festival in conversation with David M. Rubenstein.

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Nose In a Book, Ass In a Mercedes with Stephen King

October 11, 2016 | By Sherin Nicole

The talk Stephen King gave that warm day, at the Nat Book Fest 2016, reached comedic levels we should start calling literary stand-up. No hyperbole. It was that good.

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Worth Fighting For: the Rise, the Raze, & the New Age of Glamour Kills [Part 2 of 2]

July 21, 2016 | By Sherin Nicole

Since GK first strutted onto the scene in 2004/2005 it has become a symbol, representing the look of pop-punk but also, unexpectedly, the sound of alt-rock. But last year, just short of a decade later, the journey derailed. Today, Glamour Kills is fighting its way back.