Author: Amber

Must-Watch Women Power Movies for Solo Valentine’s Day Celebrations

Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be all about traditional romantic movies and candlelit dinners. For those flying solo this year, why not celebrate the power and resilience of women with a movie marathon that leaves you feeling empowered and inspired? Here’s a curated list of the best women power movies to enjoy on Valentine’s Day, proving that self-love and strength are the true heroes of any story.

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Embrace the Pop Culture Love this Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day often brings to mind images of romantic dinners, flowers, and chocolates exchanged between couples. However, for those flying solo this year, there’s no reason to feel left out. Instead of focusing on traditional romantic gestures, why not celebrate Valentine’s Day by indulging in your favorite pop culture passions? Here’s a guide to help you make the most of Valentine’s Day, even if you don’t have a partner.

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Just Like Fire, Pink Heats Up the Stage in Summer Carnival Tour

From the moment Pink stepped onto the stage, it was evident that this was more than a concert; it was a celebration of individuality, a reminder that the most powerful performances come from artists who are unafraid to be themselves. Pink brought down the house with her vocal talent, authentic and genuine personality, and the theatrics that we have come to expect from this artist. All in all, this show was fire, just like Pink.

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Review: Movie Sex, Lies, and Sugar a Commentary on Morality

“Sex, Lies, and Sugar”, originally released under the name “Casserole Club” in 2011, takes place in the 1960’s and appears to have taken inspiration from the Real Housewives. On the surface, the story is a wholesome view into a group of friends who enjoy spending time together.

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98 Degrees are Fire on Latest Tour 

98 degrees was one of my favorite groups back when I was heavy into my boyband phase. I saw them live in the 90s a few times and absolutely loved each of the shows I saw. I remember them having crisp and clean voices, something I noticed even as a kid. When the opportunity came up for me to see them live again, I jumped at it, dragging (rather willingly) my good friend Julie along. 

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