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From Vinheteiro: 'Sweet Dreams Are Made Of Memes'-If You Bring Back The 80's, Please Don't Do It In Public

I had always thought the deep bass note is the driving force behind the song. Much like the low rumbling and deep bass sounds indicate foreboding and fear in a cinema experience.  91 more words

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Today's Theme Music

An old fave. From an excellent album and nineteen eighty-five, here’s Annie Lennox and the Eurythmics with, “Would I Lie to You?”

I’d come back from Okinawa the year this was released, and was assigned to a mobility unit. 110 more words

Throwback Thursday: 'Would I Lie To You?' By The Eurythmics

The Eurythmics are made up of Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart and are probably best known for their synthetic sound.

When the group formed in 1980 that was pretty much true, but that changed with their fourth album, “Be Yourself Tonight” that was released in 1985. 76 more words

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WATCH: 'A Wrinkle In Time' Trailer With Star-Studded Cast

By: Crystal Zahler

Disney’s done it again! This trailer with Chris Pine, Reese Witherspoon, Oprah Winfrey and Mindy Kaling is going to make your day! 72 more words

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Photos: Muna, Lo Moon @ Subterranean

Photos by: Kris Cortes –

Los Angeles-based electropop band Muna, who released their debut album, About U, on February 3rd, 2017, which followed up their 2016 EP, Loudspeaker, performed at Subterranean in Chicago last night with indie rock band Lo Moon, which consists of Matt Lowell, Crisanta Baker, and Sam Stewart (Dave Stewart from The Eurythmics son), and who released their debut song “Loveless” in September 2016. 137 more words

Music

Would I Lie To You?

Our president is a liar.  There’s just no sugar coating it.  There’s no pulling punches.  He’s a lying liar who lies all of the time. I’m not even talking about “grey area” topics where there are two points of view and one is more correct than the other.   80 more words

Politics

17-01-23 Images From The Woman's March on NYC

I spent about 9 hours at the NYC March on Saturday. Did some marching, lots of yelling and a massive amount of photographing.

Here are a small selection of my favorite images as of today… 18 more words

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