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Watching the Fire Log – A Holiday Tradition

Posted December 24, 2011 by Shoestring

It’s not the holidays until you set your eyes upon the fire log on TV. You can leave it on the background and have the logs snap and crackle all day long. I have a strange tradition where I must watch it until I see the hand appear on the screen putting in a new […]

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New Holiday Cheer!

Posted December 16, 2011 by Recultured Team

Nothing rings in the holiday season like good ol’ fashion Christmas music! However, listening to those timeless Christmas classics for an entire month can get a bit tiring. So, just to spice things up here are some new, festive tidings of Christmas cheer fresh off Santa’s merry sleigh for all to enjoy!

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Sometimes Bad Guys Make the Best Good Guys

Posted November 30, 2011 by Recultured Team

The highly anticipated mid-season premiere of TNT’s hit show Leverage recently aired. Well, highly anticipated by me at least. Sharing my excitement with anyone and everyone that would listen, I have come to notice that not a lot of people know what I’m raving on about. Leverage’s popularity, at least up here in the Great White […]

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Greatest Music Moments on Television

Posted November 24, 2011 by Recultured Team

For me anyways, nothing makes a scene more memorable than if it was backed by a perfectly selected song. Time and time again, music has that special ability to rouse the senses, encapsulating every tingling goose-bump, pulsating heartbeat and breathless moment. So what are some of the greatest music moments on television? Read on to find out.

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Priciest Ad Spots on Primetime Television

Posted November 15, 2011 by Recultured Team

Even with the prevalence of the PVR/DVR, marketers still pay a pretty penny for a 30-second advertising spot on primetime TV. But with audiences in the millions, companies are happy to pay the premium. So who comes out on top as the priciest television show this year?

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