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Glitter Beards Flood Instagram as Latest Man Trend


Hold on to those Movember manes for a little longer gentleman, because #glitterbeard is running rapid on social media.

First came the “beardstache,” then the “man bun” and now the glitter beard joins our elite list of hunky grooming trends gone viral. Coined by social media duo the Gay Beards, who decorate their beards with ornaments, flowers and paint, the glitter beard literally consists of just two things: facial fuzz and a whole lot of sparkle.

This week alone, the trend instantly became a popular Instagram and Twitter hashtag as plenty of men jumped on the bandwagon, posting merry photos of their bushy bristles.

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Avengers: Age of Ultron Hits Big! (Review)


Marvel nerd or not, one can’t help but to appreciate the gloriousness that is Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron. First off, I have to give props to the movie’s director, Joss Whedon, who also directed The Avengers. Due to the success of The Avengers in 2012, some viewers would be a bit hesitant about the quality of the sequel (let’s be real, sequels are never as good as the original), but Avengers: Age of Ultron is a whole different Marvel beast.

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Anything Interesting Happening In The DMV Anytime Soon?


If you’re anything like me, then you’re always looking for something new and exciting to do. Let me help you out! Below, I’ve compiled a list of upcoming events in the D.C. Metropolitan Area.

  1. Concerts

The months of April and May are prime time for music festivals and concerts! Check out Live Nation for upcoming concerts in the area.

For Tickets: Live Nation

2.  Dare Theory Scavenger Hunt 

Baltimore, MD

May 2nd, 2015

The Dare Theory is a fun scavenger hunt that takes place in a few major cities: Baltimore, D.C., Ocean City, and Philadelphia. The urban scavenger hunt takes participants from all over the city, where they will have to do a number of interactive dares to move on to the next station. You can create a team of 2-6 people to give competitors the best chance of completing all 50 dares. Whether you’re doing the scavenger hunt for fun or competitively, you’re bound to have a good time.

For Tickets: Dare Theory

3.  DC Funk Festival 

Washington, DC

May 2, 2015

This free event aims to bring the community together through the arts. This festival is taking place on U Street, one of DC’s liveliest corridors. Watch U Street come alive with great music, live performances, food, and vendors. Festival goers can enjoy performances by local artists like Black Alley, Elikeh, The Funk Ark, Crocodiles, Baby Bry-Bry, Backbeat Underground, and Congo Sanchez. There are so many different things going on at this festival that you’re bound to find something interesting.

4.   NoMa Summer Screen

Washington, DC

Wednesdays, May 27 – August 19

Enjoy a number of outdoor movies in DC’s business improvement district. This event is held in a large grassy area, so feel free to bring blankets, chairs, or whatever will make your viewing enjoyable. Outdoor movies are great for family fun and even date night! Before each screening there will be live DJs, special guests, barbecue, and so much more. This year’s theme will be “Dance, Dance, Dance” so each screening will be a dance related flick.

DC Fall Concert Guide

Skrillex, coming to DC this October, performing live on his Mothership tour this past summer. Courtesy: ThisSongIsSick.com


When the bars get old and parties become scarce, UMD students might want to start looking for alternate venues for fun and memorable times.

Luckily, being less than an hour out of DC, Terp students have the opportunity to check out the plethora of artists coming through the city this Fall, ranging from international superstars like Usher and Stevie Wonder to A+ performers like Porter Robinson and Skrillex.

In order to make your lives a little easier, however, I put together my Top Five Must See Concerts of the Fall 2014 season, as well as a bunch of others I truly recommend. So please enjoy my biased advice and come out to a show this semester.

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