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Want To See Comedy In Denver? Be Prepared To Lock Up Your Phone

By Kelly Werthmann

DENVER (CBS4) – Next time you visit a comedy club in Denver, be prepared to lock up your smartphone.

“We’re so easily distracted and these phones are a big, big reason,” said Wende Curtis, owner of Comedy Works in Denver. 568 more words


Good vibrations under the Suffolk sun …

After writing 371 blog posts, mostly about algae, you will forgive me if I tell you that the first thing I noticed about this picture was the algal flocs on the pond behind the sheep – the pink, fluorescent sheep – quietly nibbling the grass in the Suffolk countryside …   This is the Latitude Festival 2016 and I had to pass these flocs (and that flock) every time I walked from my tent to the arena or back.  757 more words

Albums That Should be on Your Summer Playlist

If you’re like me and you’re constantly looking for new music to listen to, these albums are sure to give you your music fix for a while. 624 more words

The Lumineers - Cleopatra

An ear to the mountains

The Lumineers are awesome. I know that I haven’t been the only one sitting around anxiously awaiting the release of this album. 514 more words

Album Review

The Lumineers

A few weeks ago, I bought the Cleopatra album by The Lumineers. While Ophelia, the second cut, is truly an ear worm, for some unknown reason I cannot justify, the 4th cut, Gun Song, has me hooked. 10 more words


Alte Bekannte

What we do at night #redcross #lategram #betterbeprepared #nightshift

A photo posted by marieundauchsophie (@marieundauchsophie) on Jul 17, 2016 at 1:30am PDT

An eine Zeit vor der Müdigkeit kann ich mich nicht mehr erinnern.

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What We Do

5 Albums I REALLY Love

In no particular order of favouritism, I’m going to share what the title says! I’m by no means a music critic, nor am I in any way a musician so I don’t really know much in terms of technicalities, but I like music and I’m very much an album person – if an artist/band can produce an album that I can listen through without skipping a single track, I’m sold. 1,073 more words