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  • Illustrations by Nicolas Delort, from William Shakespeare’s Star Wars® Verily, a New Hope

    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is finally here! Are you as excited as I am? Probably. Have you written a Shakespearean sonnet to mark the occasion? Now you don't have to!

  • is a factual cliché that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. There are many people who spend their mornings cramming food in their faces as they haul butt down the freeway, or run off to the local train or subway station. There is nothing quite as nice as a calm breakfast with a cup of coffee and a little reading. We've decided to take a look at some of the geekiest cereal ever created. That isn’t all, though. For the bookish crowd, these taste sensations are being paired with the highest quality reads.

     

  • The literary incarnations of Zelda Fitzgerald are, perhaps, the original Manic Pixie Dream Girl. Though the term wasn’t coined by critic Nathan Rabin until over 50 years after Zelda’s death, the various characters based on her bring life, spirit, wealth and power to their chosen suitors.

  • May the Fourth is here again, and we’re happy to be celebrating all things Star Wars! This year The Force Awakens has fans excited for the future of the franchise. The movie brought us back to a desert planet on the edge of nowhere to meet a brand new hero—a scavenger living off the tech left behind by the epic space battles we all know and love. Want to start your day fresh-faced, gazing out over the dune sea, ready for The Force to call to you?

    It all starts with a simple morning routine. This whipped sugar scrub is made from stuff you probably already have in your pantry, and makes roughly 16 exfoliating portions.

  • With constantly shifting alliances, the characters in the Game of Thrones series can rarely relax with friends, talk about what’s on their minds, and really bond. Since besties are hard to come by within the world of Westeros, we have some suggestions for non-Westerosi friends they might enjoy spending time with – without the threat of a sour friendship turning into political betrayal, imprisonment or even death!

  • Shakespeare still lives on in the beloved teen adaptations of his plays such as Ten Things I Hate About You, She's the Man, and O. In honor of four hundred years since his passing, we've dreamed up for more teen adaptations we would like to see of his work.

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