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  1. Casa Della Musica - Music Hall by Gri e ZucchiRead the original story w/Photo

    20 min ago | Archinect School Blog

    ... Studied to address people of all ages, any time of the day, from early morning until late at night, the building will house both didactic activities, rehearsals, production and recording, and concerts, exhibitions and cultural events at all levels, ...


  2. Zak Starkey Ignites the WhoFrank Erwin Center career overview transcendsRead the original story w/Photo

    27 min ago | The Austin Chronicle

    ... - Townshend's 2007 SXSW Keynote - and trivia (Roky Erickson, Jimmie Vaughan, and Jeff Beck were listed as being in the house) encapsulated the second in the triumvirate of fab UK fourpieces: Beatles, Who, Zeppelin. The Who without Moon and Entwistle ...


  3. Confetti Returns to ShelterRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago |

    Confetti's new owner couldn't keep her, so she is now available for adoption through Seal Beach's CatPAWS. Sadly, our beautiful Confetti who had been adopted came back to us.


  4. Banner displayed in Abbots Langley shows how residents feel about 120 home development planRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Watford Observer

    A member of the group opposing the proposed 120 home development in Abbots Langley is displaying a banner across his house with regards to how residents feel they have been treated. Paul Johnson, a resident of Orchard Avenue and member of Woodside Action Group put up the banner two weeks ago, reading 'Why did Lib-Dems allow building on Green Belt without consultation?' Plans for the housing development in land off Woodside Road were produced by Taylor Wimpey in September last year, and residents who will be affected by the development have been fighting against the plans they deem "inappropriate and not needed".


  5. The Human League, Jocelyn Brown and the X Factor's Rebecca Ferguson...Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago |

    MUSICAL legends and stars from the X Factor and Britain's Got Talent are set to rock the stage at this year's Brentwood Festival. The Human League, known for their No.1 hit track Don't You Want Me, are just one of the acts playing in the festival, which runs from July 17 to 19 at the Brentwood Centre.


  6. Ameriprise Buying Smaller IBD With Checkered PastRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Financial Planning

    ... fixing up," Sarch adds -- "but if you happen to be a real good fixer-upper, you are more likely to buy the broken-down house than someone else." JHS is a relatively small acquisition for giant Ameriprise, bringing in 150 financial advisors -- ...


  7. Incomes to fall 'whoever wins poll'Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Andover Advertiser

    ... addition, Labour's announcement of a stamp duty holiday for first time buyers is likely "at least in part to increase house prices". The think tank expressed disappointment at the failure to commit to a wider revaluation in the council tax system, ...


  8. Get rid of the song stuck in your head with chewing gumRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Times of Oman

    The next time you have a song stuck in your head, reach for the chewing gum. The very act of grinding it around your mouth might be enough to kick that annoying earworm out of your brain, scientists have claimed.


  9. Native Actors Walk Off Adam Sandler Movie Set In Protest Of Racist, Sexist & Cultural StereotypeRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Daily Kos

    ... use election tags, which are generally the state abbreviation followed by the office. CA-01 is the first district House seat. CA-Sen covers both senate races. NY-GOV covers the New York governor's race. Tags do not compound: that is, "education ...


  10. Beautiful People 2015: ShamirRead the original story

    Friday Apr 24 | Paper Magazine

    ... influenced you when you were getting into electronic stuff? A lot of people think that I was into a lot of old-school house, like Frankie Knuckles and old disco music. Honestly, I probably never listened to disco music before this outside of the ...


  11. 8 'funny' stories from the 'Goodfellas' reunionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

    ... a hoof is a hoof. When Stewart asked about De Niro's use of the word "hoof" during the scene at Tommy's mother's house, the actor gave a very matter-of-fact answer. "It's a normal exchange between those characters where you say certain things where ...


  12. Science Has Discovered A Trick For Getting That Annoying Song Out Of Your HeadRead the original story

    Yesterday | Seventeen

    It's pretty much guaranteed that the entire world still has "Call Me Maybe," "Party In The U.S.A.," "Dancing In the Shower," and pretty much any other epically catchy-turned-annoying-songs stuck in our heads. Apparently, this annoying musical affliction has an actual name - it's called an "earworm," and 90% of people experience an earworm at least once a week.


  13. Want to get rid of a nagging thought? Chew gumRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Indian Express

    Want to get rid of a nagging thought or the pesky lyrics you heard a week ago? Well, chew gum, advises a new study. The phenomenon where you just cannot get out of your head a catchy song for days or even weeks is known as an earworm or brainworm.


  14. Experts make music out of tweetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    ... in Belfast, has teamed up with entertainment business Ministry of Sound and global ad agency Havas helia to create a house music interpretation of what Twitter users think about certain individuals and brand names. Ministry of Sound resident DJ ...


  15. Gareth Whitehead readies debut album, The BroodRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Resident Advisor

    ... including a few by Whitehead himself. According to its press release, The Brood is "a reflection on the history" of house and techno, and Whitehead has fittingly called upon a batch of influential names from both genres as collaborators. Each of the ...


  16. Chew gum to keep your head clearRead the original story

    Sunday |

    Want to get rid of a nagging thought or the pesky lyrics you heard a week ago? Well, chew gum, advises a new study. The phenomenon where you just cannot get out of your head a catchy song for days or even weeks is known as an earworm or brainworm.


  17. Cymatic Sessions with Patrick M -- 04/28/15 at Downtown Cocktail RoomRead the original story

    Sunday | The Las Vegas Sun

    You could check out respected Miami house DJ Patrick M at either Life or Foxtail Pool Club this weekend -or you could opt for a more intimate and local experience when he returns to Downtown Cocktail Room as a headliner for the venue's weekly Cymatic Sessions promo. The buzz after his first appearance suggests househeads should attend the second.


  18. Chewing gum gets rid of that song stuck in your headRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 25 | South China Morning Post

    If that Maroon 5 tune is driving you to distraction, scientists have found a simple solution to banish such sounds and other intrusive thoughts Think about all those cheesy songs from radio that get stuck in your head when you are trapped in a taxi or leaving your flat. Ever have tunes like All by Myself , I've Never Been to Me , You Light Up My Life or I'll Always Love You playing over and over in your head like a migraine headache you can't get rid of? In German, the phenomenon is called ohrwurm , or earworms.


  19. Rugged phone maker Bullitt is ready to rock the house with new...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 25 | This Is Money

    Bullitt, the British firm that makes mobile phones so tough they can be used by builders, will release a Ministry of Sound range of multi-room speakers and headphones next month. Since launching in 2009, the Reading-based manufacturer has partnered with global brands, making phones for construction vehicle makers Caterpillar and JCB in Taiwan, and doubling its growth year-on-year.


  20. Is a song stuck in your head driving you mad? Just chew gum, say scientistsRead the original story

    Saturday Apr 25 | Metro

    So say scientists at the University of Reading, who found that people who chew gum are less likely to think about 'sticky' songs and less likely to hear them after they've stopped. A study showed that at least 90 percent of people experience earworms, with 15 percent of people calling them disturbing.