Stories by Inhye Lee
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Remember Lot 48? It seems its days as a giant-sized hole are numbered though, as Leslie goes on the radio to send out an ad calling for any and all potential architects to submit their designs for the park.
Meanwhile, Leslie goes house hunting with Ann, as she and Ben have decided to move in together once he gets back from Washington, D.C, which should be soon as the campaign Ben’s been working on has just ended.
A look at Martin McDonagh's new film and his thoughts on violence and his own moral code.
Back at Diane’s house, Princess Rainbow Sparkle has convinced Ron to also dress up as a princess, saying that it would make Diane happy. Although Ron acts nonchalant about making Diane happy, he ends up allowing the two girls to draw on his face.
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"Tonight was the season finale of Parks and Recreation and a big day for Leslie: Election Day."
This writer is head over heels for British boy band One Direction, and isn't ashamed to admit it.
"As part of her campaign, Leslie meets with Councilman Pillner to discuss Pawnee’s park budget."
"Talk about dreams coming true. I’ve always wanted to go to a comic convention – since it really is a great place to bring out the fangirl inside all of us – and when I heard about C2E2 this year, I knew I had to go."
“It’s fantasy for people who don’t like fantasy,” Communication junior Nikki Michaels says of the bloody HBO drama.
Leslie is on a mission to get endorsed and tries to work out a love triangle.
Leslie organizes a bowling event to win votes from the people of Pawnee.
As Leslie Knope begins her official campaign launch, fans of Parks and Recreation got a nice surprise today with Paul Rudd.
"Life would be much easier without all of the emotions brought on by 'The Reichenbach Fall.'"
Parks and Recreation returned this week as part of NBC’s Thursday night comedy lineup, and it did not disappoint.
"For those of us who also like to tune into telly from across the pond, fireworks and a parade are in order for the return of the BBC’s Sherlock."
"Parks and Recreation is clearly trying to make its viewers keel over and cry with its barrage of emotions this week — not to mention all the cuteness that happens throughout the episode."
This week's episode of Parks and Recreation focused on the tensions that arise between two people who have broken up but still try to hold on to their friendship.
Is it the end of the world this week? See what Pawnee's cult has to say.
Leslie officially starts her campaign for mayor while Andy and April host a Halloween party.