Jashin-chan Dropkick Seeing Double

Jashin-chan Dropkick‘s second season hasn’t let up when it comes to comical situations and ludicrous scenarios, as the titular serpent god sees double before being buried up to her neck – singing and dancing also making an appearance in the episode. Omake:
Tags: Music, Comedy, Dancing, Anime, Nomad, Image Gallery, Monster Girls, Dropkick, Jashin-chan Dropkick, Dropkick Seeing Double

Wendy Williams Hospitalized After Suffering Mental Breakdown, Was Suicidal & Talking to Herself (Report)

Is Wendy Williams OK? The talk show host recently announced an extended break from shooting her show from home in order to seek treatment for Graves’ disease. However, troubling rumors that Williams has actually been hospitalized after suffering a mental breakdown and being suicidal have started to gain traction on blogs and gossip forums. The reports are quite disturbing and have NOT been confirmed. However, vlogger Tasha K shared exclusive details on the matter during her recent Unwine with Ta...
Tags: Celebs, Instagram, Williams, Pop Culture, Rumors, Jazz, Miami, Mental Illness, Wendy Williams, Reports, Suicidal, Kevin, Tasha, Kevin Hunter, NewYork Presbyterian Hospital, Tasha K

George Floyd’s 6-Year-Old Daughter & Her Mother Demand Justice for His Murder in Emotional Press Conference

George Floyd’s daughter and her mother appeared at a press conference in Minneapolis on Tuesday (Jun. 2) and demanded justice for his brutal and sudden death at the hands of police. “I’m here for my baby, and I’m here for George, because I want justice for him,” Roxie Washington said through tears while making her first public statement since Floyd’s May 25th killing. “He was a good man … no matter what anybody thinks, he was good. And this is the proof,” Washington said as her and Floyd’s daugh...
Tags: Videos, Crime, News, Minnesota, Minneapolis, Washington, Nba, Jazz, Police Brutality, Houston, Jackson, George, Floyd, Gianna, MPD, Hennepin County Medical Examiner

Music, Social Media, Go Dark On Blackout Tuesday

Instagram and Twitter accounts, from top record label to everyday people, were full of black squares posted in response to the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor. Most of the captions were blank, though some posted #TheShowMustBePaused, black heart emojis or encouraged people to vote Tuesday with seven states and the District of Columbia are hosting the largest slate of presidential primary elections in almost three months. – Washington Post
Tags: Art, Music, District Of Columbia, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd Ahmaud Arbery, 06.02.20

No Charges for “White Supremacist” Bar Owner Who Shot & Killed Black Protester in Omaha

Jacob Gardner, the Nebraska bar owner who some have described as a “White supremacist,” will not face any charges in the shooting death of 22-year-old James Scurlock, a Black man who was killed amid protests in Omaha Saturday night (May 31). Citing video evidence from the scene, Douglas County Attorney Don Kleine said Monday (Jun. 2) that Jake Gardner, the owner of The Hive bar in Omaha’s Old Market district, acted in self-defense when he shot and killed Scurlock outside his place of business. T...
Tags: Crime, News, Shooting, Guns, Marine, Jazz, Nebraska, Omaha, Gun Violence, James, Trump, Kleiner, Jake, Douglas County, Omaha Nebraska, Gardner

Dekorativ & inspirierend: Coffee Table Books für deinen Couchtisch

Coffee Table Books, also Kunst- und Fotobände, die sich den schönen Dingen des Lebens widmen, sind nicht zum Lesen, sondern zum Schmökern da. Frei nach dem Motto “Ein Bild sagt mehr als tausend Worte“ zeichnen sich die Bildbände durch qualitativ hochwertige Fotografien und Illustrationen aus den Bereichen Kunst, Mode, Design und Interior aus. Coffee Table Books sind aufwendig gestaltet, werden selbst zur Deko und lassen sich deshalb auch so hervorragend auf dem Couch- oder Beistelltisch drapier...
Tags: Amazon, Fashion, Music, New York, California, Paris, Welt, Eames, Brooklyn New York, Balthazar, Rick Owens, LACMA, Blick, LeMieux, Rolle, Frei

Crowd-Based Opera Postpones Reopening

Crowds are essential to this moment — and, really, to opera as an art form. Choruses fill the stage; musicians cram into the orchestra pit; thousands of people sit shoulder to shoulder in the theater. The Metropolitan Opera, one of the world’s largest houses, seats an audience of nearly 4,000. And it would probably have been packed for the season’s opening night on Sept. 21, the premiere of a new “Aida” production. – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Music, 06.02.20

Für beste Freundinnen: Tattoo-Ideen mit persönlicher Bedeutung

Wenn ihr euch ein Freundschaftstattoo stechen lasst, manifestiert ihr damit eure Beziehung auf immer und ewig. Die vielen schönen und lustigen Momente, aber auch die Streitigkeiten, Tränen und die WhatsApp-Nachrichten, in denen du deine BFF um halb drei nachts angetrunken darum bittest, dir schon mal das letzte Stück Pizza mal aus dem Kühlschrank zu holen, damit du es sofort essen kann, wenn du nach Hause kommst. Uns deswegen sollte euer Tattoo auch etwas ganz Besonderes sein.Dabei muss es sich...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Wohl, Frau, Herzen, Hause, Blumen, Streitigkeiten Tränen, Idee Aber, Hermine Granger Mit, Lieblingsfensterbank

Six Atlanta Cops Facing Multiple Criminal Charges for Using “Excessive Force” While Arresting HBCU Students

The Atlanta police officers who were seen on live television pepper-spraying, tasering and dragging two black college students from their car during protests in the city are now facing multiple criminal charges. The Fulton County District Attorney announced Tuesday (Jun 2) that six Atlanta Police Department officers were charged for using excessive force during the violent arrests of Messiah Young and Taniyah Pilgrim Saturday night. Two Atlanta police officers are finally fired after body-camer...
Tags: Crime, News, Cops, Police, Atlanta, Chicago, Jazz, Police Brutality, Apd, Young, Criminal Charges, Black, Pilgrim, San Antonio Texas, Morehouse College, Gardner

Suav Rico – “Persevere Wolves” (Prod. By ENGineer)

Following up on his single, “King Of The Bongyo“, we posted a few months ago we’ve been looking forward to more music from Virginia native Suav Rico. Today Rico premieres his new single,  “Persevere Wolves”, produced by ENGineer.
Tags: Virginia, Engineer, Jazz, Singles, Suav Rico

5 Helpful Tips to Help You Through a Divorce

Going through a divorce is rarely an easy time. There is a lot of emotional stress involved, not to mention that it will completely change your life going forward. It’s no wonder that many men struggle when going through a divorce, even if they don’t want to admit it. If you’re in the unfortunate situation of going through a divorce, here are some tips you can use that will hopefully make things a little easier to manage. Find a Way to Reduce Stress One of the first things you should try to ...
Tags: Family, Florida, Texas, New Jersey, Jazz

Gutta Gone – “Built Like This” Ft. YDM (Video)

New emerging talent out of South Bay Los Angeles, Gutta Gone releases his new hard-hitting video titled “Built Like This” featuring YDM. and special guest UFC Fighter, Brian Ortega.  Follow him on Instagram @guttagone.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Ufc, Brian Ortega, Gutta Gone, South Bay Los Angeles Gutta Gone

Six Atlanta Cops Who Tasered & Dragged HBCU Students Out of Car Facing Multiple Criminal Charges

The Atlanta police officers who were seen on live television pepper-spraying, tasering and dragging two black college students from their car during protests in the city are now facing multiple criminal charges. The Fulton County District Attorney announced Tuesday (Jun 2) that six Atlanta Police Department officers were charged for using excessive force during the violent arrests of Messiah Young and Taniyah Pilgrim Saturday night. Two Atlanta police officers are finally fired after body-camer...
Tags: Crime, News, Cops, Police, Atlanta, Chicago, Jazz, Police Brutality, Apd, Young, Criminal Charges, Black, Pilgrim, San Antonio Texas, Morehouse College, Gardner

YG – “FTP”

Today is what the music industry called "Blackout Tuesday," a voluntary day of silence from labels and creators in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. That's why Stereogum has remained silent today. We don't know whether that's the right thing or not; there have been many conflicting opinions on it. But YG hasn't been … More »
Tags: Music, Yg, Stereogum

“Twilight” Star Gregory Tyree Boyce & Girlfriend Died of Accidental Fentanyl & Cocaine Overdoses

The cause of death of Twilight actor Gregory Tyree Boyce has been revealed. Boyce, 30, and his girlfriend, 27-year-old Natalie Adepoju, were both found dead in their Las Vegas condo on May 13th. The Clark County Coroner’s Office found that both Boyce and Adepoju died of overdoses of fentanyl and cocaine. Their deaths were ruled accidental. A source previously told E! News how Boyce and Adepoju’s bodies were found. “Greg’s cousin woke up and noticed that Greg’s car was still at the house. He was ...
Tags: Celebs, Instagram, Office, Cocaine, Pop Culture, Jazz, Las Vegas, Greg, Boyce, Fentanyl, Drug Overdose, Adepoju, Tyler Crowley, Gregory Tyree Boyce, Natalie Adepoju, Eerily Boyce

Can My Online Choir Give Me What My Regular Choir Does?

I’m not yet sure how much my life will change without choir: without the paper cuts and warmups, the imagistic instructions from conductors (bite the apple, smell the rose, blow the birthday candle), the nonsense vowels (for learning) followed by foreign words (German, Italian, French) twisting in my mouth. The pauses, the frustrations. A dynamic raised and lowered. A tempo sped and slowed. That radical yet practical ethics of ensemble. The chorus says to the individual, you are not important. ...
Tags: Art, Music, 05.27.20

Recreating The Acoustic J.S. Bach Worked In

“As a composer, Bach would have been highly attuned to the effects of a church’s acoustics on the performance of music. He was known, for example, to have preferred composing for the Thomaskirche over Leipzig’s Nikolaikirche because he deemed it superior for choral music. Supported by an NEH grant and state-of-the-art computational methods, an interdisciplinary team led by Boren is digitally reconstructing the soundscape of the eighteenth-century Thomaskirche to determine just how Bach’s music...
Tags: Art, Music, Leipzig, Neh, Bach, Boren, Spring 2020, Nikolaikirche

You can still sign up for a free three-month Amazon Music Unlimited subscription

Enjoy millions of great music tracks entirely for free for three months with Amazon Music Unlimited
Tags: Deals, Music, Trends, Home Theater, Services, Amazon Music Unlimited, Amazon 2020

Austin Symphony Fires Trombonist Over Racist Comments

“We have been made aware that a musician of the Austin Symphony Orchestra has made an offensive post on their social media account regarding the protests across our country. This language is not reflective of who we are as an organization.” – The Violin Channel
Tags: Art, Music, Austin Symphony Orchestra

Music streaming services join #BlackoutTuesday to support protesters

The services are promoting 8-minute, 46-second moments of silence
Tags: Spotify, Music, News, Youtube, Trends, Social Media, Apple Music, ViacomCBS, Blackout Tuesday, BlackoutTuesday, Theshowmustbepaused

10 Things That Keep Norah Jones Grounded

The musician shares the movies, podcast, book and music that top her list of cultural essentials.
Tags: News, Norah Jones, Jazz, Jones, Norah, Quarantine (Life and Culture

4 Key Things To Consider When Buying Your First Home

Buying a house is an amazing milestone. It’s something most of us dream of our whole lives, to have a place that’s our own, to call home. Many people save for years, putting every paycheck away to be one step closer to homeowner status. You might even want to build a home from the ground up – a project that can take years but is ultimately super rewarding.  If you’re starting a family, the pressure might be on to find the right home for you and your growing brood. The prospect is all so excitin...
Tags: Family, Housing, Investments, Jazz

Sports Turf Company to Renovate Cobb County Schools Football Fields

Sports Turf Company, a specialty sports construction and surfacing company, is proud to announce they have been awarded the renovation project for Cobb County schools to replace the synthetic fields at all 16 of the county’s high schools. This is an exceptionally large replacement contract with a very tight schedule for the project. “This was a major decision for Cobb County staff and the Cobb County Board of Education and will greatly benefit Cobb students who use the county’s stadium fields,”...
Tags: Facebook, Sports, Georgia, Jazz, Cobb, Cobb County, Sports Turf Company, Cobb County Board of Education, Cobb County School District Athletic, Don Baker, Cobb County Schools, Todd Wiggins

Metropolitan Opera Cancels All Performances Until End Of 2020

“The company, which last performed live on March 11, now hopes to return with a gala on New Year’s Eve after its longest interruption in more than a century. It is a gap that is projected to cost the company close to $100 million in lost revenues, a figure that will be partly offset by lower costs and emergency fund-raising efforts.” – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Music, 06.01.20

Frisuren für lange Haare, die alles andere als langweilig sind

Falls du weder zu den Menschen gehörst, die sich in der Selbst-Isolation die Haare abrasiert oder selbst geschnitten haben, noch zu den Menschen, die nach Ankündigung der Lockerungen direkt einen Friseurtermin ausgemacht haben, sind deine Haare jetzt wahrscheinlich etwas länger als sonst. Vielleicht überlegst du ja sogar, sie endlich mal richtig lang wachsen zu lassen – jetzt wo du die schlimme Rauswachsen-lassen-Phase überstanden hast. Vielleicht hast du aber auch schon immer lange Haare. In j...
Tags: Elsa, Fashion, Music, Sommer, Ding, Beispiel, Hauch, Axelle Bauer Griffin, Klick, Langen, Haare, Strähnen, Ankündigung der Lockerungen, Strukturen Locken, Pastellfarben, Kim Kardashian Statt

When copyrights make finding video soundtracks hard, this A.I. musician can help

Generate a unique soundtrack of any duration with a few taps
Tags: Mobile, Photography, Music, Trends, Social Media, Artificial Intelligence, Picsart, Mobile Video Editing

Du siehst es ihnen vielleicht nicht an, aber deinen schwarzen Kolleg*innen geht es nicht gut

Die letzten Tage waren alles andere als leicht. Was sage ich? Die letzten Wochen! Die letzten Monate! Mitten in einer globalen Pandemie die Hoffnung nicht zu verlieren und ein einigermaßen normales (was auch immer das heutzutage bedeutet) Leben zu führen, ist nicht leicht. Jeden Tag aufzustehen und sich selbst dazu zu motivieren, sich einigermaßen gesund zu ernähren, sich wenigstens ein bisschen zu bewegen, frische Luft zu schnappen und etwas für die eigene mentale Gesundheit zu tun, i...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Kraft, Mach, Luft, Mann, Aber, Krise, Amy Cooper, Kréativ, Vorzeige Schwarze, Kolleg, Beobachten, Frau beim Telefonat

Gil Scott-Heron Spells Out Why “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised”

Consider the influence of television, even in the digital age. Consider the power that networks like Fox and CNN continue to wield over that nebulous thing called public opinion; the continued dominance of NBC and CBS. These giants don’t really inform so much as sell packaged ideological content paid for and approved by corporate sponsors. There's really no need to update poet and musician Gil Scott-Heron’s radical, 1971 classic “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised,” unless we wanted to...
Tags: Google, Music, Politics, Nbc, College, Jay Z, Cnn, Fox, Current Affairs, Cbs, Nina Simone, Woodstock, Lauryn Hill, Facebook Twitter, Brooklyn Rail, Gil Scott Heron

How after school music programs have adapted to online music playing

“OrchKids is working hard to stay ahead of the curve!” That’s the message delivered this spring to friends and supporters of OrchKids, a free after-school music instruction program for more than 2,000 Baltimore students, pre-K through high school. In March 2020, OrchKids staff had to totally change their way of teaching. The public schools where they held their group classes shut down abruptly, because of a government mandate aimed at slowing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.OrchKids educator...
Tags: Books, Music, Featured, Venezuela, Baltimore, Wi Fi, Kramer, Newport News Virginia, Jane Kramer, San Rafael California, El Sistema, Science & Medicine, Arts & Humanities, Reynaldo Ramirez, Amy Nathan, El Sistema USA

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