Cheapskate: A Beginner’s Guide to Local Discounts and Savings
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Cheapskate: A Beginner’s Guide to Local Discounts and Savings

Various stores in the area offer different types of discounts, savings, coupons, etc., where one can save money while having fun. This article discusses such stores along with the benefit they can have on one’s wallet.

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The Oscars: Predictions, Controversy, and Bias

This article ranks the likelihood of entry nominees of the 2015 Academy Awards. The categories for nominations that are discussed in this article include: Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress, Animated Feature Film, Costume Design, and Visual effects.

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Favorites of the Holidays

Happy Holidays everyone. I normally just edit for The New Perspective, but I thought I might take a moment to write about everyone’s favorite snowy time of year (and no, Wisconsin natives, I’m not talking about April). This time of year means something different to everyone. For some, it’s all about the presents, but I’ll save my op-ed piece on Capitalism for a less merry time of year (like in April, when it will still be snowing). For most though, the holidays are a time for family, memories, and of course, classic holiday movies. I’ll be discussing my top 5 favorite holiday films and hopefully it will help get you in the mood for the holidays (and before you ask, Frozen was not actually set during the winter).

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Easy And Tasty Holiday Treats

They are a time of love, joy, thankfulness, and celebration. A time filled with family, friends, and other loved ones you may not have seen in a while. There is Ugly Sweater parties, Thanksgiving feasts, and New Year celebrations. Gifts are exchanged and exuberant amounts of love are shared. But let us not forget the Holiday treats.

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1989

Eight years ago, Taylor Swift released her first hit single, “Tim McGraw”. With a single song, she won over the hearts of country fans across the nation. Born on December 13, 1989, Taylor started creating music at the young age of five.

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Life After Summer

The temperatures are dropping, the leaves are changing, and soon the snow will be falling. In Wisconsin, these are all signs that summer is over, fall is here, and the dreaded winter is coming. For those of us who experienced last winters bone chilling experience, preparation for this year could not begin soon enough. But all the preparations do not have to be weather related or safety provisions.

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