April 25, 2016 • Relationships, Sci-Fi and Fantasy, Star Wars, Television, Geek
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!
April 20, 2016 • Star Wars
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.
April 18, 2016 • Movies & Film, Star Wars, LEGO, Coloring, Geek
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Get ready for a new batch of the freshest bookish, geeky, and crafty links that the internet has to offer. This week you can join the adult coloring craze by transforming your Instagram feed into a customized book or practice yelling some fantastic literary quotes. Most importantly, make sure you have the best week ever.
March 27, 2016 • Star Wars
Happy Easter! Since we all know one of the best things to do on Easter is find Easter eggs, here are a few you can find in William Shakespeare’s Revenge of the Sith:
February 24, 2016 • Movies & Film, Star Wars, Comics
Do our given names affect who we become? Take into consideration, athlete Usain Bolt or music industry's Bob Rock. This coincidence when a name matches a trait or job is known as an aptronym. A simple look at pop culture will show many characters whose destinies are written in their names.
February 17, 2016 • Quirk Poetry, Star Wars
We at Quirk love a good board game almost as much as we love a good book. (Okay, maybe not quite as much as a good book.) So naturally, why can't we have both? Each month, we're going to reimagine a classic board game with a literary and pop culture twist! This month, inspired by our childhood Paul Bunyan version, we decided we wanted to re-imagine Pick-Up Sticks: but with a Shakespearen twist!