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Experience The Healing Power Of Music... Over Dinner.

A musician, convinced by the healing powers of Native American music, is on a mission to spread therapeutic frequencies across Malta.

George Attard, (66), originally from San Francisco, America, has created a new holistic event – Creative Musical Entertainment for Wellbeing. 420 more words

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Did Japan's First Lady Pretend Not To Speak English To Snub Donald Trump?

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Smoky Mirrors

Aug. 5th @ 5 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. and Aug. 6th @ 5 p.m.

Aerial and circus artists take audiences on a journey as they explore expectations of gender and sexual identity. 50 more words

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Flutes

It’s not always easy to find the right instrument, like to find the right partner for life. Sometimes you have to travel far away.
I started music with the recorder lessons of the primary school and I loved it (while most of my friends didn’t). 908 more words

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Creativity and Suicide

Once again, with the passing of Chester Bennington the music world is left mourning a loss through suicide. Creative people committing suicide isn’t anything new, but surely in this day of understanding of mental health we could be, and should be doing better? 1,135 more words

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Learning Points from Arthur Benjamin's TED Talk on "A Performance of "Mathemagic""

An interesting performance of mathemagic by Arthur Benjamin.

From what I know, besides needing to remember certain key relationships between numbers and rule sets for the various multiplications he did, he also incorporated mnemonics to help remember numbers he needs to hold on to while performing various additions when he breaks down the problem into parts. 49 more words

TED Talk