You’re a Marshmallow, Tiffannie Bond

I am a Kickstarter backer and a Marshmallow. If you don’t know what either of those things are, you may not have heard of “Veronica Mars” or the Kickstarter campaign that revived the three-season-long series that went off the air seven years ago. You don’t know who killed Lilly Kane, or who really caused the…
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Oh, I see what you did there. . .

In journalism school, it was pounded into our brains when writing standard newspaper pieces to tailor it to an eighth-grade reading level. I’m not exactly sure where or when the decision was made, but it’s a pretty universally taught ideal. Later, in a screenwriting class, it was steeped into our minds to always speak to…
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Problem solving can kick start a creative project

Sometimes creativity just needs a platform. So often a creative idea is stopped before it can begin because of funding, space, availability, time – the list goes on. Sometimes a creative person just needs to decide he/she is going to create something and do it, leaving excuses behind. Other times, the excuses are genuine reasons.…
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Stroll down memory lane with the Imagine team

Imagine team members share their favorite holiday memories and traditions. Enjoy this stroll down memory lane! Megan: Growing up my Dad would always stuff our stockings with practical joke gifts like hot dogs and fake dog poop. You never knew what you were going to get! Melissa: A few years ago, Marek (my then boyfriend,…
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Enjoy Thanksgiving dinner with Imagine!

In honor of Thanksgiving, Imagine team members share their favorite recipes and tips. Bon appétit! Nadia: Nadia first made Ham in Coca Cola for a Sunday dinner after seeing it made on an episode of Nigella Bites. An instant hit, she is now in charge of bringing the ham for Thanksgiving and Easter dinners. That…
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Marketing Geek Goes to Comic-Con

I’ve been a self-proclaimed “geek” for most of my life. While others shied away from their geekier side, I embraced mine. I worked with what I had. A few weeks ago, I fully embraced it and let my geek flag fly at San Diego Comic-Con for the first time. And while I was there, another side of…
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