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Prince Harry’s New Girlfriend Is An A-List Actress

Could there be another princess soon?

02/19/2015

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‘Harry Potter’ Star Hagrid Rushed to Hospital After Flight From UK To USA

The man who brought Hagrid to life in the Harry Potter movies, Robbie Coltrane, got off a plane Thursday and was immediately rused to hospital after suffering severe flu-like symptoms during the flight. He was […]

103.7 KVIL–01/30/2015

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Emma Watson Used The #SATWordOfTheWeek!

Just because you enjoy it doesn’t mean you can’t learn from it. Quite the opposite, in fact. The #SATWordOfTheWeek squeezes just a bit of education out of pop culture shenanigans every week, and I’m excited […]

103.7 KVIL–01/24/2015

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#WeekendRewind: Deadly Cherries, Harry Potter World & Local Police

The Weekend Rewind, your source for otherwise unseen talking points! Here’s five headlines you may have missed during the last week: Harry Potter Comes To Life (Again) Dedicated fans are nothing new to the world of […]

103.7 KVIL–12/06/2014

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#WeekendRewind: JK Rowling, Internet Trolls & Superbowl Ads

Newspapers. Who has time for those anymore? Why not get your news fix with 5 fantastic headlines in the Weekend Rewind instead? Here’s five headlines you may have missed over the past week: Potter Fans […]

103.7 KVIL–11/29/2014

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Harry Potter Then & Now

Today is the 13th anniversary of the film, Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone

11/04/2014

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Another Harry Potter (Related) Story On The Way From J.K. Rowling

What’s the spell for “just…one…more”?

103.7 KVIL–10/25/2014

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WB Announces Big Plans For Upcoming DC & Harry Potter Films

Well, Marvel, consider this some serious competition.

10/15/2014

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#SATWordOfTheWeek: John Green Persiflage & Banned Books

Persiflage, n, meaning “banter.” In a pop culture context: I was a bit shocked to find this list of books that have been banned in specific schools across the nation. Partly because some of them […]

09/27/2014

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The Coolest College Pop Culture Classes in America

Apparently you can now take a class centered around Miley Cyrus. Do you think they cover twerking on the mid-term?

08/25/2014

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