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Nothing ever happens twice, yet the rhythm of life is defined by repetition...But imagine if life was reduced to just 52 different parts not only would limitless possibility seem to instantly vanish; one would expect there to be lots of repetition.
Jason Sudeikis and Olivia Wilde Patriot Pics/FameFlynet It was back to school for Olivia Wilde . The pregnant actress brought fiance Jason Sudeikis along with her to Phillips Academy in Andover, Mass., where she formerly attended high school. Bundled
March 24 The Kansas City Star Stanford has a lot to celebrate...More News But the basketball players weren't the only winners. The Stanford band's cowbell player stole the show during the game with his facial expressions, his dance moves and his
Thursday 20 March is International Happiness Day, and so I thought a short post would be in order to help you to select some appropriate music for the day. Numerous researchers have identified musical characteristics that make music feel happy'.
Whether you're looking to play the field or hoping to have a passionate love affair, dating someone who marches to the beat of his own drum has some major perks. From his incredibly focused drive when it comes to giving his music a voice to the way
has given us the premiere of his new "Floating Into" single for the beat-focused 1320 label. Hastings' airy tune features the same kind of effervescent, dream-like quality pushed by artists like Teebs , a vibe which is interspersed with the
Their debut EP is entitled Through birds, through fire, but not through glass , named after Yves Tanguy's painting. In Tanguy's surreal otherworldly landscape, with an ultra- realistic depiction of the unreal by employing a deliberate, precise method
This bionic drumming arm is a pretty cool piece of tech, combining robotics with musical algorithms, but it also has some interesting applications for artificial intelligence. Jason Barnes, the drummer in the video and a student at the Atlanta
A longtime Mississippi lawmaker is back at work in the House of Representatives. Democrat Rep. Steve Holland of Plantersville returned to the Capitol Wednesday, and his colleagues greeted him with a standing ovation and ringing cowbells. In late
Lately it seems like you can't walk from one class to another without having someone shove a clipboard in your face for your signature. Most of the time, it seems, they don't even ask if you're eligible to give your signature or take the time to