Winter is coming. The Christmas season is officially upon us, and Winter Break is just around the corner. In between the baking, shopping and decorating, you’re going to have a lot of free time to watch TV guilt-free. Isn’t that the greatest gift of all? Here are some of my favorite holiday episodes to get you through the next few weeks:
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Most of us are still riding that high off of the Gators' recent wins against Georgia and Vanderbilt, but let’s be real — it’s been a tough two years for Florida football. Maybe Coach Muschamp finally figured out how to turn this program around, or maybe it’s a fluke. Either way, Gators fans are having a hard time staying upbeat about a team that can’t seem to find its footing. But have no fear UF students, there are plenty of fictional football success stories to raise your spirits.
With the release of her latest and first officially documented pop record “1989,” Taylor Swift is shaking up, and off, the industry.
The power of Amy Poehler is real, and it’s stronger than ever. Our favorite funny lady’s first book, “Yes Please,” released this week, and there’s no doubt it’s a must-read.
October is filled with some pretty scary stuff, but hearing that a loved one has breast cancer shouldn’t be one of those things.
Changing leaves! Crisp weather! Beautiful blue skies! It’s October, fall is here! Just kidding, we live in Florida.
Shonda Rhimes has officially taken over your Thursday nights.
“Saturday Night Live” is bringing in Chris Pratt to host its 40th premiere episode Saturday at 11:30. Pratt is coming off a hugely successful summer after starring in Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy,” so it’s no surprise “SNL” has tapped him as the first host.
Music is constantly changing, and trends seem to always emerge as musicians continually seek individuality. One trend currently gaining a lot of attention is a peculiar sub-genre of R&B referred to as “PBR&B,” also known as “indie R&B,” “hipster R&B” and “alternative R&B.” But what is it really?
If you had any doubt in the ‘90s and early ‘00s making a full comeback, this summer’s influx of must-see music videos should help you change your mind.