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Copy page_archive.php from the Genesis framework directory into the Enterprise Pro directory. Once you copy the file over, edit it to remove the sections you don't want displayed.
The text size for that element is controlled by #home-middle h2 on line 909 in your style.css. That css controls all of the titles for the home-middle widgets.
If that doesn't work for you, leave the widget title empty and place the title in the text widget itself. It will give you more granular control over the text size because you can use any class you want.
It would be easier for you if your used this plugin: https://wordpress.org/plugins/genesis-title-toggle/
There's nothing that can be done for files sent from a different server. You don't have any control over them. Besides, that error is very likely a false positive. If you check the font at this site: https://redbot.org/?uri=http%3A%2F%2Ffonts.googleapis.com%2Fcss%3Ffamily%3DVollkorn%3A400italic%2C400, you will see that Google is sending a cache-control header.
You can do this easily in Genesis. Assign the blogs to categories and display them on different category pages. There's a tutorial on this site about how to create category pages: http://my.studiopress.com/tutorials/category-blog-page/.
The game images are all using in-line styles:
<a style="color: inherit; display: inline-block; text-decoration: none; margin: 1.5%; vertical-align: top; width: 17%;" href="#prisonerofazkaban"><span class="prthmb" style="-moz-box-sizing: border-box; -webkit-box-sizing: border-box; box-sizing: border-box; display: block; width: 100%; padding-bottom: 100%; font-size: 0; margin-bottom: 3px; overflow: hidden; background-image: url('http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51DEJ5CK1SL._SS300_.jpg'); background-position: center; background-repeat: no-repeat; background-size: contain; border: solid 1px #888888; border-radius: 10px;"> </span><span class="prnme" style="display: block; color: #000000; font: 12px/1.1 arial; margin: 3px 0; font-weight: bold;">Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban</span></a>
Notice that the span surrounding the text changes the font to arial. You need to remove those spans and you'll revert to your site's style sheet.
You can't leverage browser caching for resources that aren't on your server. Browser caching is a function of the web server you're using (Apache, Nginx, etc.). Unless there's another way to do it of which I'm not aware, the web server config files have to be modified. You don't have access to these resources for third party resources.
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Take a look at your site through GTMetrix.com. It analyzes your site with Google PageSpeed and Yahoo YSlow. Your site scores a B and C in each process respectively. There are quite a few suggestions for speeding your site. Some of them are server related, which may be beyond your control or adjustable through .htaccess. Another big one is optimizing your images. There are plenty of free tools available for optimizing images. You may need to take advantage of them.
Line 1764 in your theme's styles.css. The line reads: background: url('images/logo.png') no-repeat left;
It's a logo from your theme's image directory. Just comment out the line:
// background: url('images/logo.png') no-repeat left;
I have a few StudioPress themes where post pagination doesn't work out of the box. I wrote this tutorial to explain what to do to get it working.: http://victorfont.com/paginate-post/
I think you should look at this post. It provides your answer: http://www.studiopress.community/topic/missing-navigation-extras-dropdown-menu-magazine-pro/