Tunesday: Ambient tracks to boil pasta to

Well, November is upon us, and that can only mean one thing: pasta. We’re all boiling pasta this holiday season. With all the different pastas out there, who knows how many nights we have available to boil different kinds of pasta? November is the only month out of the year
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Tunesday: Heaven knows we were miserable then

I personally attended very few parties in high school. For my friend group and I, it was mostly the age of bookmarked Tumblr pages and cool girl Doc Martens. But I was glad we had good music. No eardrum-busting EDM or tonally repetitive rap music, neither of which my friends
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Tunesday: Emo blast from the past

Crossing the threshold from teenager to adult can be a rough transition. It’s a time in life when you’re potentially even more angsty than you were at age 15. But this time, you don’t get the Angsty Teen stage to excuse it. Fortunately, the emo anthems you used to cry
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Tunesday: Crashing waves

Sometimes, the things we try hardest to tuck away in our hearts are the ones that matter the most. Memories — whether good or bad — can come in waves, hitting you when you least expect it. That is OK. As the school year rolls through September, here are a few
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Tunesday: Freedom

“Wow, a summer playlist called ‘Freedom’?” Yeah. It’s good. And freedom is no joke, so if that’s your attitude this Tunesday, let the wet finger of shame sit in your ear for a hot second. Yay, summer! Though the carefree season is in its death throes, fall is right around
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Tunesday: Political race 2016

Election years come and go, but this year’s political race really came through. We’ve got one of the most uproarious election seasons our country has ever seen. While some candidates stepped down from the podium, others flourished throughout the primaries’ progression; supporters grew, campaigns grew, overall political craze grew. As
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Tunesday: Old-school R&B love

Whether you’re heartbroken or happily in love, you can always count on old-school R&B love songs to channel your love life. With their soulful beats and melodies, they always hit the spot. We’ve compiled a list of both somber and happy love songs to help you get through the rough
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Tunesday: Battle the summer blues

Though summer isn’t usually categorized as a melancholy season, something about going home, lighting sparklers and slipping into cyan swimming pools leaves a nostalgic sensation in its wake. Sometimes every happy summer memory feels fleeting. After the moment ends, you find yourself one fewer summer adventure away from returning to
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Tunesday: When rap is nice to women

While we don’t expect artists such as the Ying Yang Twins or Nate Dogg to sing love ballads at weddings, their derogatory lyrics toward women tend to leave a bitter taste in our mouths. But not all rap songs objectify women — some of them are actually empowering. We’ve curated
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Tunesday: Roll the credits

The not-so-great part about the real world: You don’t have a soundtrack playing in the background that’s tailored to every moment of your life, like in movies. The cool part about the real world: You can totally pretend. Here are some songs for the especially transformative moments in your life,
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