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3-Week-Old Baby in New York is Youngest Person in U.S. to Test Positive for Coronavirus

A three-week-old baby in Long Island, New York has reportedly tested positive for coronavirus, making the infant the youngest person in the United States to contract the disease. Fox News reported that the newborn was treated at NYU Winthrop Hospital in Mineola for several days, but is now home recuperating. The report comes amid fears from health experts that younger people are more susceptible to COVID-19 than they originally thought. As the coronavirus continues to plague the country, health ...
Tags: New York, News, California, Cdc, Babies, Atlanta, Georgia, United States, Jazz, Fox News, Andrew Cuomo, Long Island New York, Mineola, Long Island NY, Week Old Baby, Coronavirus


Kentucky Resident Who Attended “Coronavirus Party” Defying Social Distancing Orders Now Has Coronavirus

A group of young adults in Kentucky hosted a “coronavirus party” to defy orders from state and federal officials to socially distance, and now one of them has tested positive for coronavirus, Governor Andy Beshear said Tuesday (Mar. 24). Andy Beshear said the partygoers intentionally gathered “thinking they were invincible” and purposely defying guidance from state and federal officials to practice social distancing. “This is one that makes me mad,” the governor said. “We have to be much better ...
Tags: New York, News, Nbc, California, Cdc, Kentucky, France, White House, China, Atlanta, Georgia, United States, Italy, Jazz, Andrew Cuomo, Why Would You Do That


Guest Post: Joinder and the One-Year Time Bar in Inter Partes Review

Guest post by Saurabh Vishnubhakat, Professor at the Texas A&M University School of Law and the Texas A&M College of Engineering. Disclosures: Professor Vishnubhakat was formerly an advisor at the USPTO, but his arguments here should not be imputed to the USPTO or to any other organization. Professor Vishnubhakat was an author of amicus briefs by Professors of Patent and Administrative Law in Wi-Fi One v. Broadcom (in support of neither party) and in Thryv v. Click-to-Call Technologies (in ...
Tags: Facebook, Texas, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Court, Pop, United States, Uspto, Chevron, AIA, Patent, Broadcom, Fed, Martin, Lee


Linked Jazz: A Huge Data Visualization Maps the Relationships Between Countless Jazz Musicians & Restores Forgotten Women to Jazz History

Having watched the development of interactive data visualizations as a writer for Open Culture, I’ve seen my share of impressive examples, especially when it comes to mapping music. Perhaps the oldest such resource, the still-updating Ishkur’s Guide to Electronic Music, also happens to be one of the best for its comprehensiveness and witty tone. Another high achiever, The Universe of Miles Davis, released on what would have been Davis’ 90th birthday, is more focused but no less dense a collecti...
Tags: Google, Music, New York, College, Wikipedia, Data, United States, Davis, New Orleans, Jazz, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Carnegie Hall, Facebook Twitter, Pratt, Dave Brubeck


Met Opera Cites Force Majeure And Cancels Soloist Contracts

Five days ago, the largest opera company by budget in the United States released a statement to the press that all rehearsals and performances through the end of the month would be cancelled due to Coronavirus.Multiple soloists currently engaged at the Met confirm they found out about their lost work via a Tweet. – Middle Class Artist
Tags: Art, Music, United States, 03.17.20


Regal Cinemas Closing ALL Theaters Indefinitely Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

Regal Cinemas announced Monday (Mar. 16) that they will be shutting down all of their theater locations starting Tuesday as a precaution amid the coronavirus pandemic. All Regal locations will remain closed until further notice to help mitigate the spread of the deadly virus that has infected nearly 200,000 people worldwide and killed over 7,100 others. Here in the United States, there have so far been just over 4,300 confirmed cases and 77 deaths. “Any time, at any Regal, it’s our goal to provi...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, News, Entertainment, United States, Pop Culture, Jazz, UK Canada, Regal Cinemas, Cineworld Group, Mooky Greidinger, Regal Theatres, Coronavirus


Tennessee Man Has Nearly 18,000 Bottles of Hand Sanitizer and Nowhere to Sell Them

After the first coronavirus death was reported in the United States on March 1st, brothers Matt and Noah Colvin said they drove around Tennessee and Kentucky and bought up all of the hand sanitizer and antibacterial wipes they could find with the sole intent of reselling them at a profit as the public started to panic over the COVID-19 coronavirus. The brothers cleaned out a number small shops and dollar stores, as well as Walmart, Staples and Home Depot in Chattanooga before Noah took a solo tr...
Tags: Amazon, News, Ebay, Kentucky, Virginia, Noah, Pennsylvania, United States, Tennessee, New York Times, Pop Culture, Jazz, Ohio, Vancouver, Times, Chattanooga


Italy’s Coronavirus Death Toll Jumps by 368 to Over 1,800 in Just One Day, Setting New 24-Hour Record

Italy on Sunday (Mar. 15) reported its biggest one-day increase in the number of new coronavirus cases and deaths, according to multiple credible news agencies. The Associated Press reported that Italy recorded nearly 3,600 new cases and 368 deaths in one 24-hour period, as announced Sunday by Italy’s Civil Protection chief Angelo Borelli. In total, Italy has confirmed over 24,000 cases and more than 1,800 deaths. The country, which has been on lockdown since last week, reports that nearly 2,000...
Tags: News, Cdc, China, World news, Ap, United States, Italy, Jazz, World Health Organization, Cbs, Associated Press, Anthony Fauci, U S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Fauci, Civil Protection, Coronavirus


World Health Organization Officially Declares Coronavirus Outbreak a Pandemic

The World Health Organization has officially declared the COVID-19 virus (best known as coronavirus) a worldwide pandemic as the disease spreads across the world and the death toll mounts. Via Yahoo! News: As the COVID-19’s casualty count mounted, the organization had resisted characterizing the disease as a pandemic. Yet the organization finally relented, with worldwide infections well above 100,000 and the death toll spiking above 4,000. The disease is threatening to overtake Europe and the Un...
Tags: Asia, Europe, News, World news, United States, Jazz, World Health Organization, Coronavirus


Drone Footage Captures Destructive Path of Deadly Tornado in Nashville That Killed Over 20 People & Injured Hundreds More

Early Tuesday morning (Mar. 3), a tornado ripped through central Tennessee, touching down in Nashville and leaving behind a wake of destruction. The extreme storm led to the deaths of at least 22 people across four counties, injured several others, toppled at least 45 buildings in Nashville, and left 50,000 households and businesses without power. It’s the highest death toll caused by a tornado in the United States since 23 people were killed in Alabama exactly one year prior. Drone footage capt...
Tags: Videos, Weather, News, Alabama, United States, Tennessee, Jazz, Nashville, Dierks Bentley, Tornadoes, Bernie Sanders, Trump, Jane, East Nashville, Kirk Herbstreit, Bill Lee


50 Cent The Massacre Released 15 Years Ago Today

50 Cent is most known for his work as an actor and producer of the hit show, Power. 15 years ago, 50 Cent released his second album The Massacre. The Massacre sold 1.15 million copies in its first four days of release, becoming the 6th-largest opening week for an album at the time since Nielsen SoundScan began tracking sales in 1991. The Massacre was the follow-up to 50 Cent’s classic, Get Rich or Die Trying. The Massacre went on to sell over 5 million copies in the United States and nine worl...
Tags: Music, Albums, United States, Hip Hop, Jazz, Jamie Foxx, Nielsen, 50 Cent, Massacre, ROBBIN, Tony Yayo, The Massacre, G Unit Records The Massacre, Eminem Candy Shop, Tony Yayo Lloyd Banks Young Buck


Coronavirus Patient From China Went to North Star Mall in San Antonio for 2 Hours Before Returning to Quarantine

A woman who evacuated Wuhan, China and tested positive for the coronavirus in San Antonio, Texas was released from quarantine over the weekend after federal officials believed she was in the clear. However, officials said Monday (Mar. 2) in a news conference that the woman was returned to isolation after testing “weakly positive” for the virus, and while she was out of treatment for around 12 hours, she went to a local mall and hotel. According to officials, the woman met the criteria for releas...
Tags: Wtf, Texas, News, Cdc, China, United States, Jazz, State Department, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, San Antonio, Wuhan, Texas Center, San Antonio Texas, San Antonio Express News, Wuhan China, Really


Mike Pence’s Track Record With The HIV Outbreak Makes Him Unfit To Tackle Coronavirus

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Shutterstock (10545203o) United States Vice President Mike Pence listens as United States President Trump delivers remarks in the East Room of the White House, prior to signing an Executive Order to combat human trafficking and online child exploitation. White House Summit on Human Trafficking and Online Child Exploitation, The White House, Washington DC, USA – 31 Jan 2020 On Wednesday, President Trump appointed Vice President Mike Pence to tackle the coronaviru...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Cdc, White House, Indiana, United States, Trump, Northern California, Mike Pence, Mike, Centers for Disease Control, Pence, Scott County, East Room, UC Davis Medical Center, Wuhan China


Interview with musician and artist Genesis P-Orridge

Since the 60s Genesis P-Orridge has been the mastermind behind artist collective COUM Transmissions and seminal music acts Throbbing Gristle and Psychic TV. Beyond that, P-Orridge has had an astonishing career in the visual arts, founding an artist collective called Thee Temple ov Psychick Youth, as well as helming the infamous pandrogeny project in, which P-Orridge and deceased partner Lady Jaye went through ongoing plastic surgery sessions to resemble each other in an attempt to, as New York's...
Tags: Art, Post, Music, England, New York, London, News, Interviews, California, Scotland, Time, United States, Buckingham Palace, ICA, William, Kathmandu


Librairie Drawn & Quarterly Books of the Week - February 27, 2020

In the weekly Librairie Drawn & Quarterly Books of the Week, the Montreal bookstore recommends several new works of fiction, art books, periodicals, and comics. Librairie Drawn & Quarterly is one of Montreal's premiere independent bookstores. Becoming Horses by Disa Wallander Disa Wallander is a Stockholm-based cartoonist and illustrator and Becoming Horses is her debut graphic with Drawn & Quarterly. It’s a dreamlike, non-narrative comic in which a handful of childlike characters explore ...
Tags: Music, Japan, David, United States, New York Times, Wes Anderson, Montreal, Stockholm, Tove Jansson, Anderson, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Librairie Drawn Quarterly Books of the Week, Weekly Standard, Librairie Drawn Quarterly, Wallander, McNeil


Everything You Should Know About Amy Klobuchar’s Boyfriend Loophole Bill

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – FEBRUARY 19: Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) is interviewed on MSNBC inside the spin room at Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel & Casino after the Democratic presidential primary debate on February 19, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Six candidates qualified for the third Democratic presidential primary debate of 2020, which comes just days before the Nevada caucuses on February 22. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images) All eyes were on seven Democratic ca...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Minnesota, Joe Biden, United States, United Nations, Amy Klobuchar, Nevada, Bill, Biden, Msnbc, South Carolina, National Rifle Association, Klobuchar, Las Vegas Nevada, Gayle King


The South Carolina Debate Was A Hot Mess — Here’s What Happened

It’s debate time again, and all eyes are on South Carolina for what should be another heated battle between the seven remaining Democratic candidates. Since the Nevada debate less than a week ago, candidates have been gearing up with receipts — Sen. Elizabeth Warren forced former New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg’s hand when he agreed to release women from his company’s NDAs. Meanwhile, former vice president Joe Biden came under fire after saying that he was arrested trying to see Nelson ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Cdc, New York City, Israel, Elizabeth Warren, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, America, Bloomberg, Joe Biden, United States, Nelson Mandela, Iowa, Warren


The best free Soundrop alternative

Soundrop specialize in distributing cover songs to stores. At $9.99 per track while keeping 15% of artists revenue, this model can become very costly for independent artists. With RouteNote, you can distribute your cover songs to all major stores with absolutely no fees or recurring costs while keeping 85% of the revenue. RouteNote offer three ways to get your cover songs on stores: Distribute to all countries – You can publish your music in all territories when posting to only Spoti...
Tags: Music, Free, Software, United States, How To, Cover, Songs, Comparison, Alternative, Which Is Better, Premium, Samples, Competitor, Tracks, Routenote, Harry Fox


The story of "Lift Every Voice and Sing"

Written as a poem by James Weldon Johnson around 1900, "Lift Every Voice and Sing" tells a haunting story of spiritual survival.The hymn is considered by many to be the black national anthem and has seen a resurgence lately in popular culture.Music has a way of helping us feel others' story. Modern memories tend to be short, particularly in America. It's been said that if you ask a European where their people come from, the answer will be a list of countries dating back generations. Ask someone...
Tags: Music, New York, Beyonce, Race, America, Communication, History, United States, Innovation, Slavery, Lincoln, Coachella, Performance, Inequality, Jacksonville, Black


I've got to thank George Conway for his "There is no one to stop Trump now" WaPo column.

I've never given a damn about George Conway and his predictable anti-Trumpism, and, in fact, I have yet to read "There is no one to stop Trump now." But I'm delighted with his column, because I read the title and said "What's that song? Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now?" And 2 seconds later, I had my memory refreshed: "Oh! It's Starship!" And I was mesmerized by this trip back to 1986 (replete with stuff from the romcom "Mannequin"):It's a festival of 80s hair — wet and dry. The notion that nothing i...
Tags: Music, Law, United States, Cher, Dolls, Samantha, Hairstyles, Trump, 1980s, Sex And The City, Jefferson Airplane, Conway, WaPo, Kim Cattrall, Barr, Grace Slick


Rock Me Amadeus: Will The 2021 Cadillac Escalade Have The Chops?

As the 2021 Cadillac Escalade prepares to enter the market, the shoes to fill are big.For over 20 years, the Cadillac SUV has served as a status symbol and cultural icon.Engineers and designers were specific in their approach, especially with the interior.Super Cruise, an OLED display, and a Night Vision system are among the tech features. One of the biggest curve balls: a Duramax turbo-diesel engine will be available for 2021. did you know Escalade is a reference to...
Tags: Colorado, China, Vienna, Canada, United States, Gm, Autos, Jazz, Detroit Lions, Bmw, North America, Frank Sinatra, Rod Stewart, Eric Clapton, Hdmi, Carlisle


Why are pop songs getting sadder than they used to be?

Are popular songs today happier or sadder than they were 50 years ago? In recent years, the availability of large digital datasets online and the relative ease of processing them means that we can now give precise and informed answers to questions such as this. A straightforward way to measure the emotional content of a text is just to count how many emotion words are present. How many times are negative-emotion words – 'pain', 'hate' or 'sorrow' – used? How many times are words associated with ...
Tags: Spotify, Music, UK, Entertainment, Youtube, Society, United States, Sociology, Innovation, Madonna, Mark Ronson, Emotions, Uptown Funk, Composing


Here’s Why This Member of The Beach Boys is Now Boycotting His Own Music

(NEW YORK) — One of the co-founders of The Beach Boys has joined a boycott of his own music to protest it being used by another band member at an animal hunting convention. Brian Wilson has denounced a performance of Beach Boys music on Wednesday at the Safari Club International Convention in Reno, Nevada. The concert is being led by The Beach Boys’ co-founder, lead singer and chief lyricist Mike Love. In a tweet, Wilson said he and band member Al Jardine are “emphatically opposed” to trophy hun...
Tags: Music, New York, News, Entertainment, California, Uncategorized, United States, Brian Wilson, Hunting, Donald Trump, Reno, Humane Society, Wilson, Trump, The Beach Boys, Al Jardine


Librairie Drawn & Quarterly Books of the Week - February 1, 2020

In the weekly Librairie Drawn & Quarterly Books of the Week, the Montreal bookstore recommends several new works of fiction, art books, periodicals, and comics. Librairie Drawn & Quarterly is one of Montreal's premiere independent bookstores. The Skin We’re In by Desmond Cole The book is such a necessary read. It is a brilliant deconstruction of the pervasive nature of white supremacy across Canadian Institutions. The sentences are crafted with care, and Cole is brilliant with his use of ...
Tags: Music, David, Canada, United States, Montreal, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Librairie Drawn Quarterly Books of the Week, Castillo, Librairie Drawn Quarterly, Garo, Desmond Cole, David Chariandy, Yoshiharu tsuge, Marcelo Hernandez Castillo, Shelly Oria Indelible, Tsuge


Kobe Bryant Dies in Helicopter Crash in California

Kobe Bryant dies in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California. According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, there were no survivors of the crash. An investigation is ongoing. The crash happened a day after Lebron James passed him on the NBA all-time scoring list. Kobe Bryant even tweeted at Lebron congratulating him on the accomplishment. Lebron honored Kobe before the game with “Mamba 4 Life” and “8/24 KB” in gold marker before the game on his shoes. Lebron showed respect for B...
Tags: Featured, California, United States, Basketball, Nba, Jazz, Lebron James, Kobe Bryant, Lakers, Raptors, Utah Jazz, Bryant, Vanessa, Kobe, KB, LeBron


When Classical Music Was Central

“However difficult to imagine, across those eventful decades, countless people embraced the idea that what happened in the concert hall and the opera house was inseparable from the destiny of the United States and the well-being of the American people.” – Washington Post
Tags: Art, Music, United States, 01.24.20


#BankingWhileBlack: Detroit Man Sues Bank for Calling Cops After He Tried to Deposit Settlement Checks From Race Discrimination Case

A black Detroit man is suing a Michigan bank for discrimination after the bank refused to cash checks that had just been awarded to him in a separate race discrimination lawsuit settlement from his employer. Sauntore Thomas is suing TCF Bank after employees labeled his settlement checks fraudulent and called the police on him on Tuesday (Jan. 21). Four officers arrived on the scene—two talking with Thomas while the other two stood guard outside. The 44-year-old—who has held an account with the b...
Tags: Wtf, News, United States, Lawsuits, Jazz, Michigan, Detroit, Thomas, Gordon, Detroit Free Press, Chase Bank, TCF Bank, TCF, Deborah Gordon, Human Interest, Really


Neil Young Finally Gets His American Citizenship

Neil Young has a lot of opinions about American political issues. And now, he'll be able to exercise his right to vote on those issues. That's right: TMZ reports that after decades of living in California, the Canadian-born rocker has finally become a United States citizen. More »
Tags: Music, News, California, Neil Young, United States


Billy Collins on Hank Mobley

My favorite poet digs Hank Mobley. Billy Collins, the Poet Laureate of the United States from 2001 to 2003 and author of 16 books, was so moved by the tenor saxophonist's sound late last year that he wrote a poem about him. [Photo above of Billy Collins by Bill Hayes, courtesy of Penguin Random House] But first, if you're unfamiliar with Billy, here's a video of him delivering a talk last year in Martha's Vineyard, Mass. I must warn you, poets aren't supposed to be this funny... And now, he...
Tags: United States, Jazz, Penguin Random House, Billy, Hank Mobley, Mobley, Bill Hayes, Billy Collins, Marc Myers, Favorite Restaurant, Max RoachHank Mobley, Hank Mobley Billy Collins


Bose are shutting down all stores in North America, Europe, Australia and Japan

Bose are closing 119 stores worldwide meaning hundreds of job losses, saying that retail outlets are no longer needed. Renowned audio-tech makers Bose have announced a major closure of their retail stores across the globe. All of their walk-in shops across North America, Europe, Japan, and Australia will be shut down over “the next couple of months”. The company says that whilst they are still seeing strong sales, the majority of their retail is done online. The necessity for physical r...
Tags: South Korea, Music, Japan, Layoffs, Australia, United States, Retail, Stores, Closed, Closure, Closures, Shops, Bose, Burke, Greater China, Physical Stores



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