Easter in the Quad Cities

From the South Lawn of the White House to Grandma’s back yard the Easter Egg hunt has become nothing short of an American past time. Each year, people of all ages enjoy the thrill of hiding and finding eggs with their loved ones. Some find a quiet park to be the perfect location, while others believe 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue provides the appropriate setting. No matter the location, an Easter Egg hunt is a perfect way to spend a...

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2017 Movie Season Preview
Apr03

2017 Movie Season Preview

Families are always looking for activities during the long, hot summer days, and movies are always a great idea. The blockbuster season is coming fast. This late spring and summer have incredible movies to showcase in a pretty short amount of time. March through May is becoming prime times for showcasing some of these movies that don’t necessarily need a summer slot. Movies like Beauty and the Beast, Power Rangers, Pirates of the...

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Younger Generation Music
Apr03

Younger Generation Music

Music changed drastically through the 80s, 90s and even 2000s. With today’s vast amount of technology and sharing methods, it is easier than ever to get immersed in new music the second it comes out. That means the trends are always changing, even faster than back then. Very popular music streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music are gaining millions of subscribers every year because they offer the experience of basically any...

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Sesame Street Adding New Character
Apr03

Sesame Street Adding New Character

Do you remember Sesame Street from when you were a kid? Well now they have added a new character to the beloved television show. Her name is Julia, and she has autism. In my opinion, this is cool because not only does it showcase a difference, but it also teaches kids how someone with autism would react so it works to help in the future. Hopefully with a show that teaches all about inclusion. She debuted earlier this week on CBS’ 60...

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