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How to Create a Melody on the Piano

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be able to write a song? Maybe you’ve wondered how anybody goes about writing a song? Once you understand how music works, you can use building b...

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A doctor shares 7 steps he'll review to decide when and where it's safe to go out and about

The Inn at Little Washington in Washington, Virginia, shown May 20, 2020, plans to use mannequins in its dining room to enforce social distancing when it reopens at the end of the month. Olivier Doul...

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Memorial Day: Why veterans are particularly vulnerable to the coronavirus pandemic

U.S. war veterans' graves at Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, San Diego, California. Sean M. Haffey/Getty ImagesAs the nation takes a day to memorialize its military dead, those who are living are fa...

Jamie Rowen, Associate Professor of Legal Studies and Political Science, University of Massachusetts Amherst - avatar Jamie Rowen, Associate Professor of Legal Studies and Political Science, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Muslim women observe Ramadan under lockdown – and some say being stuck at home for the holiday is nothing new

Dar Al-Hijrah Mosque in Minneapolis, Minnesota, before the midday prayer during Ramadan, the Muslim holy month that ends May 27, 2020, and is celebrated this year amid pandemic. Stephen Maturen/AFP vi...

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Pairing lasers with microwaves makes mind-bogglingly accurate electronic clocks – a potential boon for GPS, cell phones and radar

Mating laser-driven atomic clocks like the one shown here with microwaves promises more accurate electronic devices.N. Phillips/NISTTime and frequency standards are a key part of technologies we have ...

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Fast-acting countries cut their coronavirus death rates while US delays cost thousands of lives

New research hints at why Germany's death toll from COVID-19 was relatively low while Italy's and America's spiked. Piero Cruciatti/AFP/Getty ImagesIf cities across the U.S. had moved just one week fa...

Joshua Aizenman, Professor of International Relations and Economics, University of Southern California – Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences - avatar Joshua Aizenman, Professor of International Relations and Economics, University of Southern California – Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences

SpaceX reaches for milestone in spaceflight – a private company launches astronauts into orbit

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket with the company’s Crew Dragon spacecraft onboard is raised into a vertical position on the launch pad at Launch Complex 39A. NASA/Bill IngallsOn May 27, two American a...

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Should you fly yet? An epidemiologist and an exposure scientist walk you through the decision process

Passengers onboard an American Airlines flight to Charlotte, North Carolina, from San Diego, California. Sandy Huffaker/Getty ImagesWe don’t know about you, but we’re ready to travel. And ...

Kacey Ernst, Associate Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of Arizona - avatar Kacey Ernst, Associate Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of Arizona

4 ways COVID-19 has exposed gaps in the US social safety net

Americans without bank accounts may have delays in financial aid.AP Photo/Bebeto MatthewsThe United States is experiencing its steepest economic slide in modern history. Tens of millions of Americans ...

Paul Shafer, Assistant Professor, Health Law, Policy, and Management, Boston University - avatar Paul Shafer, Assistant Professor, Health Law, Policy, and Management, Boston University

Humanizing the coronavirus as an invisible enemy is human nature

The coronavirus is really just an inanimate packet of genetic material.Carol Yepes/Moment via Getty ImagesPresident Donald Trump has called the coronavirus an “invisible enemy” that’...

Michaela Porubanova, Associate Professor of Cognitive Psychology, Farmingdale State College - avatar Michaela Porubanova, Associate Professor of Cognitive Psychology, Farmingdale State College

How lingering fears from the pandemic could change the way we watch and play sports

Disc golf can be played outdoors and at a distance.Anya Semenoff/The Denver Post via Getty ImagesTaiwan’s pro baseball league rebooted operations in mid-April with robot spectators filling the b...

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Congress may not like it when Trump fires an inspector general – but it can't do anything to stop him

President Trump has fired four inspectors general.Getty/Drew AngererPresident Donald Trump’s late-night firing of the State Department inspector general is only the latest in his purge of &ndash...

Stanley M. Brand, Distinguished Fellow in Law and Government, Pennsylvania State University - avatar Stanley M. Brand, Distinguished Fellow in Law and Government, Pennsylvania State University

Why Ford, Chanel and other companies pitch in during a crisis – without the government ordering them to

Ford employees assemble ventilators. AP Photo/Carlos OsorioSevere shortages of critical medical supplies have prompted governments to compel private companies to fill the gap. In the U.S., President D...

Elham Mafi-Kreft, Clinical Associate Professor of Business Economics, Indiana University - avatar Elham Mafi-Kreft, Clinical Associate Professor of Business Economics, Indiana University

A $300 charitable deduction, explained

The demand for services nonprofits offer is surging.Paul Bersebach/MediaNews Group/Orange County Register via Getty ImagesSignificant Figures is a series from The Conversation where scholars explain a...

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How to make overseas transfers easier?

Mainstream banks can charge as much as $20 just to process a basic international money transfer. Fortunately, today people are not doomed to handling personal finances only through mainstream gl...

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Entertainment News

How to Create a Melody on the Piano

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be able to write a song? Maybe you’ve wondered how anybody goes about writing a song? Once you understand how music works, you can use building b...

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MUSIC SENSATION WILLIE J RELEASES NEW SINGLE TO AID CORONA RELIEF

In the midst of the devastating COVID-19 pandemic, the release of “In the Morning” on Pure Mission Entertainment – the label he partners on with Aaron Emig - follows on the heels of the global s...

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Expert Advice: Indie Record Producing and Engineering

My career as an independent artist evolved out of my career as an entrepreneur and restaurant owner. I moved to from my hometown of Boston Atlanta in 2013 and opened my soul food restaurant Soul D...

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Weight of The World

When the calm of the world is at stake, and every message of hope is crucial to our collective peace of mind and the endurance of the human spirit, it’s not only possible, but essential to present any...

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DARRELL KELLEY “The Coronavirus”

Even though I have been releasing tracks and albums since 2018, I never considered myself an artist until I started getting responses from people telling me that my songs were resonating with them. ...

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A TIME TO GRIEVE, & A TIME TO GIVE - Covid-19

During these tumultuous times, people are feeling a loss that is akin to grieving.  Grieving for their former lives and ways and it is unclear when things will return to “normal.”  Grieving for th...

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Music During the COVID 19

On Saturday, March 7th, the first throngs of bikers began rumbling their way toward Daytona Beach for another year of its infamous annual event – Bike Week. During the week, the endless growl of the...

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Stephen Wrench “Life’s a Sham” Album

On April 14th the single “Life’s a Sham” will be released. Some songs take months and even years to write but “Life’s a Sham” was written in 15 minutes. After writing the lyrics I picked up my gui...

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Darrell Kelley perfectly meets our unique, challenging moment in history with “The Coronavirus”

“The Coronavirus”   With the release of his powerful, no holds barred song “The Coronavirus,” Darrell Kelley perfectly meets our unique, challenging moment in history by addressing our strange ne...

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Metropolitan Business News

How to make overseas transfers easier?

Mainstream banks can charge as much as $20 just to process a basic international money transfer. Fortunately, today people are not doomed to handling personal finances only through mainstream gl...

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The flourishing international market of fragrance and perfume

There is something special and unique about the art of fragrance. This is a big world and there are quite literally a lot of smells around at any given time. In fact, as one of the five human senses i...

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Impact of good marketing on sales

Sales and marketing are brothers as they go hand and in hand. The job of both of these departments is to generate revenue so that an organization can make money. A company that does not generate rev...

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7 effective tips for increasing sales in retail

It seems that retailers have drawn a difficult lot in the 21st century: competition from online retail is growing steadily. After all, Internet retailers can sell your products at significantly lowe...

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10 Reasons to Use Labels

People cannot stop biting their nails, considering the messy condition of their homes. You open your kitchen drawer to grab some utensils, but instead, you take a glance at toys lying inside that dr...

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15 ways to encourage your office employees

We often get so busy managing our companies and business that we forget about the most important resource that is making our business reach new height every day, our employees. Support of the manage...

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Holidays

5 COOL GADGETS TO CARRY FOR A SAFE TRIP

Are you planning to go on a trip? Possibly, you do not know what things are most necessary on a trip. In this article, we will guide you through some important tips. These tips help you to...

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New Baggage Regulations to Help Aussie Parents Travel with Infants

Travelling around the globe has never been easy, especially when infants tag along for the trip. One of the main issues that parents often have to deal with is the need to bring extra item...

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Maya Beach Opens to Tourists

Despite recent reports that Southern Thailand's famous Maya Beach will close for three months this year, in fact no decision to this effect has been made by Thai authorities. Phi Phi Nati...

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