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All those dead moments on your way to work, in line at the supermarket, or at dinner during a date gone horribly wrong have been slowly filled by smartphone checking. However, you can only check Facebook so much before it becomes redundant. When this option is no longer realistic, the best games to play on your phone can help kill boredom for hours on end… 1) Shadow Fight 2 Take on all comers as a shadowy representation of a ninja fighter in the second version of this popular mobile fighting/RPG game. Hack, slash and dice your way through the competition…

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Looking to get away on a city break this year, but can’t decide where to focus your attention. In 2015, the following places have been considered by many travel professionals to be among the best cities to visit in 2015. Soon after arrival in any of the following centers, you soon figure out what the fuss is all about… 1) Vancouver, Canada Wedged between the dramatic North Shore Mountains and the Georgia Strait, the uber modern city of Vancouver on the west coast of Canada is an urban highlight that every traveler should give at least a few days to…

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Looking to mix up your look as spring 2015 kicks into gear? In order to keep on top of trends, you have to be aware of them. With that in mind, here are five trends this year that are on our radar screen… 1) 70’s style floral prints and accessories are making a comeback The bold, optimistic and confident attitude of the 70’s is weaving its way back into mainstream fashion these days, as the economy and people’s moods continue to recover from the funk of the past few years. Flower dresses, John Lennon sunglasses, and other disco era accessories…

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In the past year, a pair of trends have led to a dramatic reversal of positions in the global currency market. The ongoing American economic recovery from the Great Recession, buoyed further by a crash in oil prices has resulted in the surge of the dollar, while the Euro has tumbled in the face of continued economic struggles and the recent decision by the European Central Bank to finally open the taps of quantitative easing. Much of the talk lately has been centered around how this is a good thing for America, but there is a dark side to having…