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Giveaway: MagicBullet NutriBullet Pro 900 Series with Bed, Bath & Beyond

MagicBullet NutriBullet Pro 900 Series
Bed, Bath & Beyond want to help make Valentine's Day extra special for you and your loved one this year, with great gift ideas, and the chance to win a prize that's perfect for the smoothie lover in your life: the MagicBullet NutriBullet Pro 900 Series.

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Listen Now: Mathew V's "Broken"

Mathew V
Canadian Mathew V has soul, rock, and rhythm in his blood, and his new single "Broken" blends those styles with a beat that is incredibly addictive.

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Top 5 beer & drink ideas for Super Bowl Sunday

Super Bowl Sunday Drinks
Super Bowl Sunday is almost here and if you're planning a get together with your friends or family, you're likely looking for a few drink ideas. This is, after all, the highlight of the season, when football fans, and non-fans alike, sit down together to eat, drink, and be merry.

Yance Ford talks about his Oscar nominated documentary 'Strong Island'

Yance Ford talks about his Oscar nominated documentary 'Strong Island'
While most of this year’s Oscar nominees for Best Documentary Feature revolve around timely subject matter, none of them are as deeply personal as Yance Ford’s monumental Strong Island (currently available on Netflix for streaming).

Review: 'The Group of Seven Guitar Project'

Review: 'The Group of Seven Guitar Project'
The Canadian documentary The Group of Seven Guitar Project, produced in conjunction with the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, looks at two art forms that one wouldn’t expect to go together as well as they ultimately do: the landscape paintings of the famed titular core of artists and the construction of playable, handcrafted guitars.

Review: 'Midnight Return'

Review: 'Midnight Return'
Midnight Return: The Story of Billy Hayes and Turkey is a moderately entertaining, clumsily strung together documentary about one man’s attempt at reconciliation after his harrowing life story was turned into a movie that demonized an entire culture.

Female-fronted podcasts you're not listening to… but should be

Female-fronted podcasts you're not listening to… but should be
I first fell in love with podcasts in the days of Lost and Battlestar Galactica. Each of those series embraced the medium and had official podcasts hosted by their executive producers that offered more insight into the series. It was like a commentary track but even better, since you didn't have to wait for the eventual DVD release. I started podcasting in 2008 about the show True Blood, and started a Vampire Diaries podcast the following year. It was a way for a group of fans--and some of us who straddled the line between fandom and TV blogging--to discuss each episode of the show in depth, or talk about theories and predictions.