A Different Way to Enjoy 80’s and 90’s Music that You Probably Have Missed

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Born in the ’70s all of my pop/rock musical influences come mainly from the ’80s and ’90s. These musical geniuses have brought them all together in mashups that anyone alive...

Hulu + Live TV – More than just Live TV streaming

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The television industry has undergone quite a remarkable evolution. Where before it transmitted daily programming to people’s homes via cable, satellite, or other terrestrial systems, it now delivers amazing content to the American viewers over the World Wide Web. This latest form of television technology is called IPTV or Internet Protocol Television. When you stream...

COVID Era Suicides Rising, A Look at the Data for Veterans, Substance Abusers, and Youth

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This era of Coronavirus is both frightening and a period of great uncertainty that presents challenges for all. These challenges require flexibility and adjustments in which factions of our vulnerable populations already have a degree of difficulty balancing and often lack adequate support systems as well. We are now seeing the numbers which reveal the additional stressors related...

US Life Expectancy Suffers Greatest Drop Since World War II, CDC Says

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Life expectancy in the United States dropped a full year during the beginning half of 2020 due to the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic, health officials announced. The drops were greatest among people of color, according to preliminary estimates from the CDC. The life expectancy for black Americans and Hispanic Americans dropped almost three and two years, respectively...

Starbucks Introduces ‘Merry Coffee’ Holiday Cups, Promises They Are Not Avoiding Christmas

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Topics in this post: Christmas Starbucks Starbucks unveiled its 2019 holiday cups featuring the line “Merry Coffee” Thursday, but the organization promises that they are not avoiding the word “Christmas.” The national...

Movie That Could Make Abortion ‘Unthinkable’ Hits Theaters

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“Unplanned” hit theaters Friday and tells the story of a former Planned Parenthood director whose life changed after working at a clinic. The film — released in over 1,000 movie theaters nationwide — is emotional, raw and fair. It tells the story of former Planned Parenthood clinic director Abby Johnson, who worked at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Bryan,...

‘First-Of-Its-Kind’: Johnnie Walker Whisky To Be Sold In Paper Bottles

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Johnnie Walker whisky will be debuting a new, 100% plastic-free bottle beginning in 2021, British parent company Diageo said Monday. The bottles will be a “first-of-its-kind” paper spirits bottle, made from “sustainably sourced wood,” according to a Diageo press release. “We are constantly striving to push the boundaries within sustainable packaging and this bottle has the potential to be truly...

Child Suicide is Becoming an ‘International Epidemic’ Amid Restricted Pandemic Life, Doctors Warn

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Billions of people across the globe continue to live under COVID-19 lockdowns or heavily-restricted life. And for almost all of us, life amid the pandemic in 2020 was an isolating and difficult year. Yet doctors are warning that children in particular are experiencing grave mental health consequences as a result of the lockdowns—leading to an “international epidemic” of...

Louis Armstrong Broke Barriers With Music, Optimism, and the Sheer Force of His Personality

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Rarely do we hear the term “reform school” these days. But for years it was a running gag in episodes featuring the slapstick comedy team, The Three Stooges. Larry, the curly-haired stooge, attended one (a kind of correctional institution for juveniles), as indicated in this montage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yxW_2Yj9RGA Whether or not reform school did Larry any good was never revealed. But...

Veterans Can Get PTSD Help With New App Man Invented To Assist His Dad

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A company, founded by a man whose father suffers from war-induced PTSD, is set to launch technology that may alleviate nighttime symptoms of the disorder, according to the Washington Examiner. Tyler Skluzacek created NightWare, a wrist-worn device that monitors vitals while a soldier sleeps and can end nightmares that are common in...