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Prince spoke to our hearts and minds

I remember reading that celebrities are like American royalty or demi-gods. We follow them with an insatiable interest. We celebrate or pick apart their cultural contributions with fervor, and when they are gone we mourn them as though we knew them.

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Game review: Discover new classes in 'Bravely Second: End Layer'

"Bravely Default" was a "Final Fantasy" game that wasn't. It took many of the classic themes of the series - job classes, airships, even specific item and spell names - and updated them for the modern handheld era. It was a satifying answer on how to make a Final-Fantasy-styled game competitive in today's mobile market. "Bravely Second: End Layer" continues that core philosophy, but one of its sole differentiators from the "Final Fantasy" series proves to be its only real shortcoming. This is an actual sequel, and with that comes some baggage.

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Your kid's prom just got even more expensive

American parents are accustomed to being treated like human cash machines during prom season, spending close to $1,000 to guarantee that a high school dance doesn't become an emotional catastrophe. A hundred bucks for tickets, and hundreds more for fancy clothes - even the corsage costs $20. And before any of that begins, your kid wants $300 for a promposal. Wait, a what?

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Prom time: Asking underclassmen to prom

Every year, underclassmen from across the nation watch in awe as the senior guys pick and choose from the senior girls, pairing up for the epitome of American high school: prom. Guys traditionally "prompose" to their dates, using badly painted posters and roses that their moms picked out.

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Prom time: Getting in shape for prom

Since prom is the ultimate high school dance, many students want to go out with a bang and look their best. As prom season approaches, a wide-spread panic sets in, driving teens to extremes when it comes to fitness and dieting. Getting healthy is never a bad thing, but what lengths do teens go to in order to be more fit?

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Prom time: Find what look flatters you most for prom

We've all had that experience: We look at a picture of a celebrity and think to ourselves, "Man, I really wish I could look like that." Or another common problem - a new hairstyle suddenly becomes trendy and looks good on every celebrity who has it, but when you try it out, it doesn't look nearly as flattering.

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Author dispels marriage myths during Right from the Start luncheon at St. Luke

Shaunti Feldhahn, best-selling author who has written more than ten books, including "The Good News About Marriage", "For Men Only" and "For Women Only" spoke Thursday at a fundraising luncheon for Right from the Start. In this video clip, Feldhahn talks about the one overwhelming, common factor she sees in failed marriages. We'll have more reporting from the event later today at www.ledger-enquirer.com and in the Friday print edition of The Ledger-Enquirer.
Mike Haskey mhaskey@ledger-enquirer.com
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