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#227 July 16, 2014

Sheila writes: We wanted to let Ebert Club members know that there are many ways to keep up with all of the things going on on! We alert you of new content and features through the newsletter, of course, but there's still so much more happening on social media that you might not know about!

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#207 February 19, 2014

Sheila writes: Sports fans and ice dance enthusiasts are all focused on Sochi right now for the Winter Olympics. The Olympics always comes with some strain of controversy, and Sochi has been more intense than most. I came across a post about Sochi's well-known history as the "Florida of Russia", where Stalin himself would summer. His vacation home still stands. Messy Nessy Chic has a post with a lot of great images of that vacation home as well as vintage photographs of the holiday resort in its heyday: Postcards from Sochi: Summering with Stalin.

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