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Film review: ‘The Other Woman’

When girls get played by the same guy it typically doesn’t bode well for any of the girls involved. There’s always the proverbial catfight, prompted by some hair pulling and face slapping.

But most of that hatred is wrongly directed, and offloads much of the punishment onto an undeserving party. In “The Other Woman” directed by Nick Cassavetes, this skewed system of blame between women is set straight, and blame is relayed onto the real wrongdoer: the man.

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CollegiATE: Strawberry bruschetta

Sometimes the simplest dishes are the most rewarding. This twist on a basic bruschetta is just in time for spring. It’s a great way to use all the fresh strawberries that are popping up in grocery stores. Subbing strawberries for tomatoes makes a snack that has a delicate balance of savory and sweet. If you have the extra dough to spend, try adding a layer of creamy goat cheese to the bread before spooning on the strawberries. I like to use a baguette, but any sturdy bread will do just fine.

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