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Local ‘Orange Is The New Black’ Star Completed the Marathon for Her ‘Second Mother’
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As we all begin to catch our breath from a spectacular marathon day, there’s one runner in particular you may have missed, completing the race in five hours and setting the bar for athleticism on the next season of Orange is the New Black. Medfield native and BU alumna Uzo Aduba, noted for her performance as Susanne “Crazy Eyes” Warren on the Netflix breakout hit, completed the marathon (her second ever) with an impressive 05:01:00, averaging about a twelve minute mile. More

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‘Orange is the New Black’ Announces June Return and The Cast is Freaking Out
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For those of you who have already finished binge watching House of Cards and are foaming at the mouth for more high-drama goodness, there’s a celebration on the horizon. Netflix has confirmed that Orange is the New Black returns for an action-packed third season on June 12th, and the cast took to social media to prove that they’re just as excited as you are. More

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Netflix’s First Original Movie is a ‘Crouching Tiger’ Sequel
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With its 31 Emmy nominations and seven wins earlier this year, Netflix proved it was a┬ámajor player in the television industry. After yesterday’s announcement that the company is creating its first original movie, a sequel to 2000’s Oscar-winning “Crouching Tiger: Hidden Dragon,” it appears Netflix is aiming to show the world that, like Keanu Reeves in “The Matrix,” it knows Kung fu.

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Featured Music in ‘Orange Is the New Black’
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Those who have been hiding under rock may not yet have heard of ‘Orange Is the New Black”s much anticipated return. Social media has been buzzing as fans binge-watch the Netflix original series that follows Piper Chapman as she serves a 15 month sentence in a federal prison after being charged with drug trafficking. The show is truly addicting as it brilliantly tackles a a broad range of issues including racism, sexism, gender and mental illness. But this show also deserves major props for it’s wide-ranging soundtrack selections. More