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10 Books You’ll Love If You Love The Musical Hamilton

Hamilton: An American Musical has changed the way the world looks at history and at Broadway. It shows no signs of stopping soon. It’s hard to believe that it has become such a cultural phenomenon in only a few years. That’s right, Hamilton first made its Off-Broadway appearance in February [...]

10 Ways To Best Prepare For A Hurricane

I’ve lived in North Carolina my whole life. I am no stranger to hurricanes and the intense level of planning that goes into them. I’ve suffered through a lot of power outages, flooding, and devastation around me. While I have been fortunate to have never lost a thing in a [...]

5 Things We Can Learn From The Life Of Lilly Pulitzer

I’m sure if you clicked on this article you are just as obsessed with Lilly Pulitzer as the next girl. Lilly Pulitzer speaks volumes of class, elegance, and pure happiness. Since I can remember, I have always wanted to be dressed in Lilly. But who was the actual Lilly Pulitzer? [...]

If the Crown Fits: Breaking Down The Changes Of Miss America 2.0

The 92th Miss America competition, formally pageant, will air on ABC tonight, from 9 to 11 pm. The competition has deep 98-year-old traditions, but this year, things will be different from what the pageant’s audience is used to seeing. The organization has adopted the tagline “Miss America 2.0” to market for [...]

5 Things You Need to Know About The History of the Berlin Wall

August 13th may seem to be a day like any other, but if you're a history buff or an ardent anti-communist, you know that August 13th has some serious significance. August 13th, 1961 was the day that construction began on the Berlin Wall. I'm 22-years-old, but I have lived my entire life without Berlin Wall. Likely, you too [...]

5 Things You Need To Know Going Into The Bachelorette Finale

America's guilty pleasure, The Bachelorette, is coming to its season end tonight. The idea of one person dating thirty individuals and then getting engaged after only a few weeks is crazy, but personally I prefer the Bachelorette's love stories, since they seem to work out better. Becca Kufrin is the [...]

9 Gifts For The Girl Who Wants To Save The Bees

Conservation is cool kids, and we're not letting the left control the narrative anymore. Being a conservative means conserving the environment as well, and while there are many ways to do that in our daily lives, saving the bees is the new catchphrase that is sweeping the nation. Bees have [...]

Meet The Millennial Leading The Charity Revolution

Gret Glyer is the Founder of DonorSee, an app that lets you help the world’s poorest people seconds after downloading and then proves it with raw video updates. From 2013 to 2016, he lived with the world’s poorest people in Africa, where he built more than 100 houses for the [...]

The Ultimate Fourth Of July Playlist

So you have the food, the outfit, the firecrackers and the grill is getting fired up but you’re still missing one thing: the perfect Fourth of July playlist! Here are the best patriotic songs to help you set the tone this July Fourth. Songs that are 100% All-American: Born in [...]