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GOD IS…

Most Sunday mornings you’ll find me in front of my TV watching CBS Sunday Morning, followed by segments of Meet the Press and/or Face the Nation, then Oprah Winfrey’s Super Soul Sunday. Sometimes I’ll fill in the gaps with whatever’s on CNN, but not often. I watch CBS Sunday Morning because I remember Charles Kuralt and they usually tell stories in greater…

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Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers

In 1956 Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers rocked the world with their hit song “Why Do Fools Fall In Love”. From 1956-57 they were on fire but that fire quickly burned out when Frankie went solo. Once Lymon left he had success with the songs “Goody Goody” and “Little Bitty Pretty One”, as for the…

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The End of America Offer Mellow Hope With “Empty Sea (Reprise)”

The End of America transform their fan-favorite 2016 track into a cozy lullaby with “Empty Sea (Reprise).” Over a steady piano, the group describes pushing through trying situations to prove your strength to yourself, making it the perfect calming, yet motivating, solace for the pandemic era. “The higher you climb the mountain, the steeper it…

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‘Song for Jimi’ Explores Jimi Hendrix’s Life In a Vibrant, Family-Friendly World

Charles R. Smith Jr. sets out to inspire the next generation of rock stars with the exciting Song for Jimi: The Story of Guitar Legend Jimi Hendrix, out via Neal Porter Books and Holiday House. The book frames Jimi Hendrix’s whirlwind life and career foundation separated into “verses” as short chapters, making the story come…

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Not Even a Testy “Temper” Could Push Us Away from Vera Blue’s Music

Vera Blue asks a lover to excuse her “short fuse” on the guitar-tinged “Temper,” a cool pop track that draws from that beloved, shiny 80s sound. The song sees the Australian singer-songwriter stepping into a new, more confident light ahead of her upcoming sophomore album, and it’s certainly an exciting, welcome transition!  ​​“I don’t know…

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We Had BIBI’s Addictive New Single On Repeat Over “The Weekend”

BIBI reflects on a shallow relationship on her bouncy new track “The Weekend,” which calls out someone who doesn’t give her the affection she deserves. There’s an effortless confidence to BIBI’s vocals and fun delivery, making “The Weekend” a future classic for fans and new listeners alike. Why aren’t you into me? You only call…

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The Pumpkin Thief of Ontario, Canada

Sudbury, Canada–Just last week, Ontario resident Ashley Larose had reported a mysterious sighting on her home security cameras throughout the night. According to the footage, a bear could be seen trying to grab her pumpkin decoration from her front porch. The bear’s success, however, proved too difficult. First, the bear tries using its claws to…

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The Uninvited Guest

*I’ve been working on this for months, thanks to my infamous writer’s block. It’s a bit different than my previous works. Thoughts? “What the fuck are you doing here?” he demands, pinning me against the wall. He grips my chin with such force, it almost gives me a fright. I’m not supposed to be here,…

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Kills Birds Don’t Want to “Cough Up Cherries” on Dave Grohl-Approved New Single

Kills Birds give fans another taste of their upcoming record, Married, with “Cough Up Cherries,” a high-octane summary of angsty pandemic life. If they aren’t already one of your favorite new rock acts, there’s a good chance “Cherries” will be the song to make you join the likes of Dave Grohl and Hayley Williams in…

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Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes Create Sleek Punk on New Album ‘Sticky’

It’s often difficult to make a high-octane, angsty record sound sonically cohesive and put-together, but British rockers Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes make it seem effortless on their fourth studio album, Sticky. Tackling sticky situations like the aftermath of COVID-19 lockdowns, failed romances, and society’s patriarchal standards, the band airs their grievances and showcases their…

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Easy Methods of Improving Memory

Whether studying for an exam or trying to remember why we walked into a room, our memory is a valuable trait. Unfortunately, memory begins to dwindle with age, hence the occurrence of “senior moments”. These senior moments affect the thalamus and brain stem of our brains as these parts send signals to the body of…

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Summer Years Tackle Artistic Control and Self-Doubt on “The Picture You Paint”

If the four-piece Summer Years aren’t already one of your favorite new pop-punk acts, “The Picture You Paint” might be the anthem that wins you over. The group’s latest single boasts an arena-friendly sound that would’ve rocked Warped Tour crowds à la Neck Deep and State Champs, as it carves out a youthful-yet-angsty sound that…

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Softcult Speak Out Against Violence on Women With Angsty Single “BWBB”

Twin sisters Phoenix and Mercedes Arn Horn stick up against patriarchal attitudes, sexual assault, and victim-blaming on “BWBB,” a feminist anthem that dismantles the “boys will be boys” excuse over roaring guitars. It’s a breath of fresh air in a male-dominated industry, standing up for themselves, their female peers, and women everywhere who feel unsafe…

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Remember Us, Always

I take a small sip of this champagne, feeling it warm my senses as it travels down my throat, attempting to smile at each guest my husband introduces me to, all the guests he does business with. Most are men of course, their wives by their sides, smoothing their tuxes as they shake my hand…

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Air Apparent Brings a Dose of Summer Energy to Autumn With “All By Yourself”

Air Apparent recruits Krysta Youngs and Julia Ross for the airy “All By Yourself,” a retro-tinged celebration of finding your footing after a relationship crumbles. Neil Sethi, the Indian-American artist who performs as Air Apparent, originally built the song around a synth guitar sample before adding real guitar thanks to session musician Paul Kinman, giving…

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