Christina Kostic

Christina Kostic

Christina was born and raised in a small city located in the San Francisco Bay Area. She received a B.A. in English Communications and a B.A. in Sociology from Salve Regina University in Newport, RI.
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  • Why Some People Choose Not to Celebrate Halloween
    As someone who grew up trick-or-treating, dressing up in costumes and attending Halloween parties, I always thought of October 31st as a fun day. I only realized recently that some people think Halloween is wrong, and I wanted to know why.
  • Lee DeWyze is Not My American Idol
    American Idol fans don't always get it right, and again it happened this year. While Lee DeWyze's win was expected, it is still disheartening to know that the more commercial contestant often beats the more talented one.
  • All I Can Be is ME
    Just something I wrote one day when I needed a confidence boost.
  • Home
    A poem I wrote for the love of my life.
  • Women Dying to Be Tan
    In a society where pale skin is out and glowing tans are all the rage, women are hitting the tanning beds in record numbers, not realizing the severity of the health risks involved.
  • The Beauty of Spring
    Some photos I took to pay homage to the season of new life and fresh beginnings.
  • American Idol Season 9: Is This the End?
    Will American Idol survive after Simon Cowell leaves? Many are thinking no.
  • Pensacola, Florida: America's Forgotten First Settlement
    It is a little-known fact that Pensacola was America's first settlement, not Jamestown. What else don't you know about this city on Florida's Panhandle?
  • Valentine's Day on the Gulf Coast
    Having trouble thinking of romantic ideas for Valentine's Day here in Pensacola? Here are five date ideas that are sure to impress your sweetheart.
  • Finding a Job: Mission Impossible?
    As a recent college graduate that is unable to find a job, I'm starting to wonder if my efforts are futile.
  • Eye Makeup to Compliment Your Eye Color
    Whether you have blue eyes, green eyes or brown eyes-- these tips will help you to intensify your eye color and make them really stand out.
  • San Francisco Becomes First Big U.S. City to Ban Cat Declawing
    San Francisco has become the first major city in the U.S. to outlaw the declawing of cats, making a huge stride in fighting animal cruelty.
  • Top 10 Scenic Drives in America
    A list describing the top 10 most scenic drives in the U.S. and what makes them special. Also included are tips and advice about what time of year to go.
  • The History of Santa Claus Around the World
    Many people celebrate Santa Claus today without knowing the history of this legendary character. His history and the way other countries recognize him are fascinating and worth learning.
  • Discovery Channel Show: It Takes a Thief
    Not only is this show entertaining, but it's very informative. Two ex-robbers tell homeowners what they need to do to protect their property.
  • Movie Review: Lies and Illusions
    A 2009 film starring Cuba Gooding Jr. and Christian Slater, should you rent it?
  • Book Review: Breathing the Fire by Kimberly Dozier
    The autobiographical account of a foreign correspondent's journey to recovery after nearly dying in Iraq after an IED went off next to her.
  • Review of Shark Steam Pocket Mop
    This newest version of the Shark Steam Mop isn't cheap, so is it worth the money?
  • Bringing Home a New Cat
    Cats can have a hard time adjusting to new surroundings. Here are some helpful tips to make your cat's transition less stressful on everyone.
  • Durkheim's View of Religion Applied to Religious Conflicts in Today's World
    Through analyzing Durkheim's beliefs on religion, one can examine today's religious conflicts in an interesting new light.
  • Fort Pickens
    Most people know Pensacola, FL as being one of three things: home of the Blue Angels, location of the Naval Air Museum or the land of white sand beaches. Well, Fort Pickens is definitely worth the trip.
  • Reflections of a Frustrated Traveler
    Anyone who flies often knows how much of a hassle it can be, especially when dealing with fellow travelers.
  • The Caste System of Dating
    Young singles would like to think that they can date anyone they want, but more often than not they will only go for people in their social circle.
  • The American Approach to Sex
    Sexuality is the most natural human instinct, yet it is so often looked upon as being shameful. The Puritan principles on which the country was founded are still affecting sex in America today.
  • Why I Support Gay Marriage
    Gay marriage is one of the most debated issues of our time. I personally think that it needs to be allowed. Isn't it about time America live up to it's reputation as "The Land of the Free"?
  • Animal Abuse
    Research shows a disturbing trend that young boys who abuse animals will likely grow up to be violent offenders against humans.
  • Teen Abuse of Prescription Drugs
    Research shows that teens and college students are abusing prescription drugs in alarming numbers.
  • How Breast Cancer Has Touched My Life
    Breast cancer was a part of my life before I was even born.

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