The movie “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” is about two boys who have to make a movie for a girl with cancer. The boys’ names are Greg, who speaks to you throughout the movie, and Earl, who is Greg’s best friend. The girl’s name is Rachel and her cancer is named leukemia. Greg makes more than a few mistakes during the movie; such as announcing that Rachel has leukemia in the middle of history class and making a movie so bad it kills someone.
Do you ever wonder what is going on inside another person’s head? I’ll bet you never imagined that there could be little people pushing buttons and pulling levers, controlling their emotions, as is the case in Inside Out.
The Omnivore’s Dilemma, written by Michael Pollan, explores the ways America’s food is produced and consumed. Beginning with the once simple question of “What’s for dinner?” readers learn about the importance of corn in the industrial food chain, what the true meaning of organic is, and the dying art of hunting and gathering.
Art stands and happy smiles line the streets at the Cherry Creek Arts Festival. You can go for the show, to buy art, or just to taste the delectable food. Whatever you choose to do, I'm sure you'll enjoy it.
Regardless if you are vegan, vegetarian, or a total carnivore, the Veg Fest at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds is a fun experience that you should make sure you don't miss when it comes around next year.
Aislyn has always been the teenager has stayed away from parties and choked when she spoke to strangers but then one day she is offered a illegal gene therapy to make her less shy. When she takes it the effects are instant and everyone loves her, but then she notices the people around her are changing too. What will she do?