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Julie Doiron – “Thought Of You”

This week, Montreal singer/songwriter Julie Doiron will drop I Thought Of You, her first solo album since 2012’s So Many Days. Back in September, Doiron came out swinging with “You Gave Me The Key,” and now we get to hear the twanging title track: “Thought Of You.”
Tags: Music, Montreal, New Music, Julie Doiron, Doiron


Julie Doiron – “You Gave Me The Key”

Julie Doiron has had a hand in many music projects over the past decade — most notably, perhaps, her 2019 team-up with Mount Eerie, Lost Wisdom pt. 2 — but she hasn’t released a proper solo album under her own name since 2012’s So Many Days. That’ll change this November when she puts out her new full-length I Thought Of You, which she’s introducing today with the rousing and twangy “You Gave Me The Key.” “This is a song about a new beginning,” Doiron said in a statement. “It’s the first one we r...
Tags: Music, New Music, Julie Doiron, Doiron, Mount Eerie Lost Wisdom


The US government is urging Apple to unlock a gunman's iPhone, but experts explain why that would create a privacy nightmare for iPhone owners (AAPL)

Apple's decision not to unlock or create a backdoor into the iPhones used by a gunman in a Florida shooting last month puts the tech giant at odds with the United States government yet again. Security experts agree, however, that circumventing the iPhone's security poses a significant risk to iPhone users since it would provide a means to obtain private data that even Apple can't presently access. There's a risk that such a tool could fall into the wrong hands, some experts warn. Visit Busines...
Tags: Apple, Florida, US, Trends, Fbi, United States, Tim Cook, The New York Times, Department Of Justice, Abc News, National Security Agency, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Trend Micro, Wilson, Aapl, Pensacola


Security experts explain why unlocking the Pensacola shooter's iPhones would unleash a privacy nightmare for iPhone owners (AAPL)

Apple's decision not to unlock or create a backdoor into the iPhones used by a gunman in a Florida shooting last month puts the tech giant at odds with the United States government yet again. Security experts agree, however, that circumventing the iPhone's security poses a significant risk to iPhone users since it would provide a means to obtain private data that even Apple can't presently access. There's a risk that such a tool could fall into the wrong hands, some experts warn. Visit Busines...
Tags: Apple, Florida, Trends, Fbi, United States, Tim Cook, The New York Times, Department Of Justice, Abc News, National Security Agency, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Trend Micro, Wilson, Aapl, Pensacola, Pensacola Florida


GALLERY: Doiron Captures “Road to the 250”

Former Pro All Star Series National Champion Joey Doiron topped a fierce battle with Joey Polewarczyk Sunday afternoon in the 150-lap Pro All Stars Series North Super Late Model race. Doiron and Polewarczyk swapped the race lead on five occasions during the feature event. In the end it was tire conservation that helped Doiron visit Victory Lane. Aided by a late-race restart that erased a three-second lead for Polewarczyk, Doiron was able to walk away on the restart and cruise to the win. Mike La...
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GALLERY: PASS North and Northeastern Midget Association at Star Speedway

Epping, NH- Although he started on the front row, Derek Ranstrom had to do some serious work Saturday night at Star Speedway to pick up his first Pro All Stars Series win of the 2017 season.  Ranstrom won an early battle with fellow front-row starter Joe Squeglia then turned back the late challenges of former PASS National Champion Joey Doiron. Doiron and Ranstrom exchanged the lead while racing side by side until they made contact and Travis Benjamin assumed the top spot.  However, Ranstrom was...
Tags: News, Benjamin, Epping, Star Speedway, Travis Benjamin, Ben Rowe, Ranstrom, Joey Polewarczyk, Doiron, Northeastern Midget Association, Derek Ranstrom, Joe Squeglia, Joey Doiron Doiron, Avery Stoehr, Northeastern Midget Association NEMA


Gene transfer cures diabetes in mice without side effect

A potential cure for Type 1 diabetes looms on the horizon in San Antonio, and the novel approach would also allow Type 2 diabetics to stop insulin shots. The discovery, made at The University of Texas Health Science Center, now called UT Health San Antonio, increases the types of pancreatic cells that secrete insulin. UT Health San Antonio researchers have a goal to reach human clinical trials in three years, but to do so they must first test the strategy in large-animal studies, which will cost...
Tags: Innovation, San Antonio, U S Food Drug Administration, The University of Texas Health Science Center, UT Health San Antonio, Bruno Doiron, Doiron, UT Health, Ralph DeFronzo, Division of Diabetes, DeFronzo