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Off-Beat Romantic Comedies Shows Worth Streaming

By Huckleberry Press / May 2, 2023 /
crazy ex-girlfriend

Judd Apatow co-created this rom-com about two emotionally dysfunctional people trying to make their relationship work in Los Angeles.

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Camille’s Favorite Valentine’s Flicks

By Huckleberry Press / February 14, 2023 /
Roman Holiday

While Ang Lee won Best Director, the film losing the Best Picture award to the preachy and overrated “Crash” is considered one of the Academy Awards’ biggest mistakes.

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Some Oscar Nominations and Predictions

By Huckleberry Press / February 23, 2022 /
power of the dog

Honoring film achievements from the past year, the Oscars are like the Superbowl for movie lovers. The nominations were announced on February 8th, and I hope to be able to catch more movies before the big show next month.

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The Kids Are Alright

By Huckleberry Press / February 5, 2022 /

“Mean Girls,” and The “Breakfast Club,” but growing up in the early 2000s, I found there was saturation of bad teen films full of cliches and unoriginal characters. Movies can never quite shake the glamour, but current teen movies are a lot more diverse, authentic, and relatable than they used to be.

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Television Streaming Suggestions

By Huckleberry Press / January 24, 2022 /
what we do in the shadows

If you’re stuck at home because of the snow or simply just need something new to watch, here are some bingeable tv-shows you can stream right now.

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Levy on November Ballot for New Kettle Falls Community Pool

By Huckleberry Press / October 15, 2021 /

Residents of Kettle Falls will see a levy on November’s ballot to support funding for the community pool’s annual operating costs. The Upper Columbia Pool District, city council, Friends of the Pool, and Major John Ridlington have facilitated plans to get the Kettle Falls’ pool open and operating.

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Double Feature Streaming Suggestions

By Huckleberry Press / August 13, 2021 /

The Graduate (HBO Max): After graduating college, a somber Benjamin (Dustin Hoffman) wants some time to relax and think about his future. After being seduced by a longtime family friend, Mrs. Robinson (Anne Bancroft ), Benjamin finds himself stuck in a cycle of lies and confusion, which gets even more complicated when he falls in love with Mrs. Robinson’s daughter Elaine.

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