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The Death of Rapper Mac Miller. Were there signs hinting that his death was imminent?

Who was Mac Miller?

Mac Miller, legally named Malcolm James Miller was a rapper that was discovered in Pittsburgh. He signed his first record deal in 2010. 1,335 more words

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Elementary Computer Science Project


Through the integration of computational thinking learning experiences into core content areas, students will gain experience with the problem solving skills that are the underpinning of computer science – providing an opportunity for all students to see themselves in this ever-growing field. 155 more words

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Stock Playlist -- September 17

These are the stocks that I will be watching Monday. Each of these have solid momentum and are setting up for a potential breakout. This isn’t an endorsement for buying any of them, but do make sure to keep an eye on how they perform. 186 more words

Robinhood

Welcome to BULLS IN THE HOOD

So you just signed up for Robinhood and are wondering what to do next. Well, good news! I am here to help. Tip number 1 — do not buy Fitbit or GoPro. 177 more words

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the devil wears PRADA

I have always made it a point to read the book, before I watch the movie. It has always been the norm for book lovers. After all, you may not like the book, but you are never disappointed that you read it, which is seldom the case with the movies made out of books. 340 more words

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Celebrating Pioneer Women of the Arts

The Nairobi Gallery is a gem. I don’t know whose smart idea it was to convert the old Provincial Commissioner’s office at the corner of Uhuru Highway and Kenyatta Avenue into an art gallery, but one man, Alan Donovan, has made it into a wonderful tribute to his old friend and business partner, Joseph Murumbi. 583 more words

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Retail Sales and Inflation Took August Off: September 10 - 14

Retail sales and inflation moderated their trajectory as summer wrapped up. Here are the five things we learned from U.S. economic data released during the week ending September 14. 1,004 more words

Economics