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7 ways to keep the romance alive in your relationship

Given that sooner or later, without changes, people, even the happiest relationships, face boredom. This boredom can easily kill not only the romance in your relationship but also your love. So, how to maintain your relationships and make you b...

News organizations that want journalists to engage with their audience may be setting them up for abuse

Women journalists who engage with their audience often experience harassment and ugly comments.Justin Paget/Stone/Getty ImagesNews organizations are trying to do a better job connecting with their aud...

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Scientist at work: Tracking the epic journeys of migratory birds in northwest Mexico

Shorebirds gather by the thousands at important feeding and resting areas, but how individual birds move among sites remains a mystery.Julian Garcia-Walther, CC BY-NDOne morning in January, I found my...

Julián García Walther, PhD Student in Ornithology, University of South Carolina - avatar Julián García Walther, PhD Student in Ornithology, University of South Carolina

How some people can end up living at airports for months – even years – at a time

Mehran Karimi Nasseri sits among his belongings in a 2004 photograph taken at Charles de Gaulle Airport, where he lived for nearly 18 years.Eric Fougere/VIP Images/Corbis via Getty ImagesIn January, l...

Janet Bednarek, Professor of History, University of Dayton - avatar Janet Bednarek, Professor of History, University of Dayton

Two gaps to fill for the 2021-2022 winter wave of COVID-19 cases

A sign in County Kildare, Ireland. in March 2020. Epidemiologists around the world worked hard to try to stop big parties in the face of rising caseloads of what would come to be called COVID-19. Nial...

Maciej F. Boni, Associate Professor of Biology, Penn State - avatar Maciej F. Boni, Associate Professor of Biology, Penn State

Most US states don't have a filibuster – nor do many democratic countries

U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy, a Connecticut Democrat, launches a filibuster in 2016.Senate Television via APAs the U.S. Senate proceeds with its business, split 50-50 between Republicans on one side and Dem...

Joshua Holzer, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Westminster College - avatar Joshua Holzer, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Westminster College

Elizabeth Warren's wealth tax would reduce inequality – the problem is it's probably unconstitutional

Sen. Elizabeth Warren argues that her plan is constitutional.AP Photo/Susan WalshSen. Elizabeth Warren says it’s time to tax wealth. The Massachusetts senator on March 1 introduced a bill to tax...

Beverly Moran, Professor of Law and Sociology, Vanderbilt University - avatar Beverly Moran, Professor of Law and Sociology, Vanderbilt University

COVID-19 revealed how sick the US health care delivery system really is

Many U.S. hospitals and clinics are behind when it comes to sharing information.Teera Konakan/Moment via Getty ImagesIf you got the COVID-19 shot, you likely received a little paper card that shows yo...

Elizabeth A. Regan, Dept. Chair Integrated Information Technology and Professor of Health Informatics, University of South Carolina - avatar Elizabeth A. Regan, Dept. Chair Integrated Information Technology and Professor of Health Informatics, University of South Carolina

The Texas blackouts showed how climate extremes threaten energy systems across the US

Electric service trucks line up after a snow storm in Fort Worth, Texas, on Feb. 16, 2021.Ron Jenkins/Getty ImagesPundits and politicians have been quick to point fingers over the debacle in Texas tha...

Roshanak (Roshi) Nateghi, Assistant Professor of Industrial Engineering, Purdue University - avatar Roshanak (Roshi) Nateghi, Assistant Professor of Industrial Engineering, Purdue University

Can QAnon survive another 'Great Disappointment' on March 4? History suggests it might

The big question looming over QAnon: What happens after March 4?Rick Loomis/Getty ImagesThursday could be a big day. On March 4, Donald Trump will be triumphantly returned to power to help save the wo...

Richard Amesbury, Professor of Religious Studies and of Philosophy and Director of the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies, Arizona State University - avatar Richard Amesbury, Professor of Religious Studies and of Philosophy and Director of the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies, Arizona State University

COVID-19 costs could push hospitals to rethink billions of dollars in wasted supplies

The pandemic's supply crunch led to more reuse and decontamination techniques that can save money and reduce waste.SDI Productions via Getty ImagesThe United States spends more on health care than any...

Anand Nair, Eli Broad Endowed Professor, Department of Supply Chain Management, Michigan State University - avatar Anand Nair, Eli Broad Endowed Professor, Department of Supply Chain Management, Michigan State University

Entertainment News

SANDRA BOOKER RELEASES “UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN”

SANDRA BOOKER "Until We Meet Again" RELEASES WORLDWIDE MARCH 30TH There is something beautiful about artists whose insight into the human condition allows them to create works that meet our collective moment at a time we most need their...

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How Can Music Itself Survive Without Rock n Roll?

Just because you don’t hear much straightforward rock and roll on the Top 40 charts these days doesn’t mean it’s going anywhere. Its time in the mainstream limelight may not be as popular as it was when I was growing up in the 70s and what we now...

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Is Rock Music a Dying Breed?

“Rock ‘n’ Roll [is here to stay, it...] can […will] never die” – David Ernest White, Neil Percival Young, etc. “Rock ‘n’ Roll is dead” – Leonard Albert Kravitz, Barrington DeVaughn Hendricks, etc. “And so on and so on and scooby dooby dooby…” – S...

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skinsNbones

“There’s Reason” The question mark (?) logo that Brisbane, Australia husband and wife rockers skinsNbones use in all their promotional materials in lieu of band photos reflects a fascinating aesthetic designed to create mystery, provoke and en...

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RAP without the F Bomb

Some would say that’s like peanut butter without jelly.  Hey, I am no prude and I shocked my best friend from grade school when I said “great detectives caught the Mo Foes, from my new song Clean Slate.”  She said:  whoa, you dropped the F word.”...

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My COVID Musical Journey by Kai Alece

It has been said that maybe one in 1 million musicians will make it to stardom. If you are in the top 5%, you are probably writing songs for top artists, scoring for blockbuster films and TV, a sought after session musician or maybe even playing ...

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Metropolitan Business News

Perfecting Web Design For A Health-Based Website

These days, when it comes to understanding what we put into our bodies, we are more focused than ever. It seems that everywhere we look, there is another health benefit, product, or trend on the...

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3 Realistic Reasons Why Physical Offices Are (Almost) Dead

Nowadays, more and more businesses are trying to find alternatives to traditional offices. For many years, brick and mortar offices have been at the heart of a company’s life. But work environme...

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Advantages of no-code app development for businesses

A marketer may or may not have knowledge about coding. But even if you don't’ have knowledge in coding, it is easy to build an automation sequence between two apps by making use of a no code app bui...

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Do Directories Still Help SEO?

Directories were once one of the main staples of SEO and they were definitely in existence before search engines took over. Directories were once the main way that people navigated the world wide we...

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Shipping Container FAQs

If you are looking to rent or purchase a shipping container, you probably have a few questions. We have selected some of the most common questions and answered them here. We hope that you find this ...

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Is Duplicate Content an SEO Myth?

Any marketer you speak to about duplicate content is concerned about a “duplicate content penalty” but they are probably not very experienced with SEO. Google has specific guidelines on duplicate co...

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