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How Sound Baths Ended Up Everywhere

Some health facilities have taken note as well. Ms. Auster has performed for Harlem House Clubhouse, an outpatient psychiatric rehabilitation program at Harlem Hospital in New York. Darren Austin Hall, a ceremonial musician and sound healer in Toronto, has pe… [+1423 chars]
Amitha Kalaichandran
2019-08-03 09:00:01




Could music festivals be good for your health?
Many festivals around the world now offer much more than music, but what effect do they have on your health?
Image caption Many festival-goers get up early to take part in workshops and classes Millions of people around the world go to music festivals each year. At one time, they were seen as encouraging heavy drinking and drug-taking while providingpoor faciliti… [+5828 chars]
https://www.facebook.com/bbcnews
2019-08-04 23:05:36




Somaliland's poets and singers fight to be heard
Artists in the self-declared republic of Somaliland are challenging state repression and conservative Muslim clerics.
Image copyrightMary HarperImage caption The cultural centre has hosted the Hargeisa International Book Fair since 2017 The arts scene is booming in the self-declared republic of Somaliland but, as Mary Harper writes, the people who are pushing the cultural… [+6359 chars]
https://www.facebook.com/bbcnews
2019-08-22 00:30:04




Your Baby Boomer Report Card
What grade has a generation earned? An A+? A C-?
Social Movements | A | Boomers are bad at politics because they distrust institutions. But this has made them good at leading decentralized social movements: environmental, feminist, civil rights, L.G.B.T.Q. rights. One lesson of the age is that when all m… [+1482 chars]
David Brooks
2019-08-08 23:58:38




The Kenyan dance parties where men are banned
Organisers of the night want to create a safe space for women, which means men are not invited.
Image copyrightCourtesy:The Nest Collective A team behind a new night in Nairobi argues all women's dance parties can create safe nightlife spaces for women. On a warm evening in a suburb of the Kenyan capital, a residential outdoor space has been hired o… [+5171 chars]
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2019-08-11 23:01:08




Here's how much money everyone who works in America's houses of worship make every year
Religious organizations in the US employ a wide variety of workers. Using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, we found what the typical worker in a variety of occupations employed by religious organizations earns. Visit Business Insider's homepage for m…
While ministers and clergy are the figureheads of America's many houses of worship, there's a whole team of workers who keep churches, synagogues, mosques, and temples running from day to day. Using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Occupational Em… [+590 chars]
Andy Kiersz and Ivan De Luce
2019-08-04 14:30:00




Frank Turner excavates history's forgotten women
The singer's eighth album tells the stories of spies, nuns and poets that history has overlooked.
Image copyrightGetty ImagesImage caption Frank Turner: "I thought the album should be about something more interesting than my feelings" Frank Turner's eighth album is dedicated to female spies, nuns and musicians that time has forgotten. It's seen him acc… [+7805 chars]
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2019-08-07 23:42:08




Jury orders Katy Perry and co-writers to pay $2.7 million for 'Dark Horse' copyright - The Loop
Jury orders Katy Perry and co-writers to pay $2.7 million for 'Dark Horse' copyright The Loop Katy Perry, others ordered to pay $2.78M to rapper for copying him CP24 Toronto's Breaking News Seal gives Katy Perry advice after Dark Horse copyright lawsuit Metro…
Coming atcha like a Dark Horse. Katy Perry is on the hook for a big bill after her 2013 song “Dark Horse” was found in copyright violation. Following a week-long trial, a jury decided that Perry’s song “Dark Horse” with Juicy J was similar enough to Flame’s… [+2352 chars]
Allison Bowsher
2019-08-02 15:06:25




Hail Satan?: The Satanists battling for religious freedom
The documentary shining a new light on the Satanic Temple and its battle for religious freedom.
Image copyrightGemma PurkissImage caption Lucien Greaves (far-right) uses several aliases to protect his family Everything you know about Satanism is wrong. At least that's what a new documentary about the Satanic Temple could be about to prove. Despite … [+6362 chars]
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2019-08-23 00:28:05




Making Music from the Met’s Forgotten Treasures
Adam Gopnik on Oliver Beer’s Vessel Orchestra, which was assembled by rummaging around in the basement storerooms of the Metropolitan Museum.
Oliver Beer, a thirty-three-year-old Brit who is a member of the semi-conceptual, site-specific, confessional-reminiscent school of contemporary British art, has created, at the Met Breuer, what may be the most eccentric and original keyboard instrument in th… [+3876 chars]
Adam Gopnik
2019-08-12 09:00:00




Cannabis Lounges Are Popping Up Across the Country
Some predict they'll be as popular as bars, but there's still plenty of controversy.
This story originally appeared on BenzingaAs cannabis use becomes legal across more and more of the country on the state level, consumption lounges are popping up.  In California, the cannabis cafe Lowell Cafe is slated to open Sept. 1 in West Hollywood. Loc… [+2607 chars]
Andrew Ward
2019-07-30 13:00:00




How T-Series went from making cassette tapes to dethroning PewDiePie and becoming the biggest channel on YouTube
Indian record label T-Series dethroned Swedish gaming vlogger PewDiePie as the most subscribed YouTube channel in March, despite a sustained campaign by Felix Kjellberg's fans to keep him on top. T-Series has cemented its lead and now has 108 million subscrib…
Neeraj Kalyan says the first time he heard of PewDiePie was when his company won a music industry award in Singapore last August. His firm, a 36-year-old Indian record label called T-Series, was being fêted for passing the 50 million subscriber mark on its… [+11671 chars]
Shona Ghosh
2019-08-13 11:10:41




This Mechatok Mix Is Like a 'Little Party Inside Your Brain'
The Berlin-based producer's daydreamy dance music could give you the lift you need to make it to the weekend.
Over the last few years, the Berlin-based producer Mechatok has dedicated himself to making simple music. He's a minimalistthough not necessarily the academic sort. He doesn't make monotonic drones or drippy ambient pieces,he just takes pop music and strips a… [+5439 chars]
Colin Joyce, River Cousin, Leslie Horn
2019-07-26 17:09:18




Full story of the missionary killed when trying to convert an "uncontacted" tribe
The Sentinelese are one of the world's last "uncontacted" indigenous peoples, a hunter-gatherer tribe who live on the remote North Sentinel Island in India's Andaman Islands chain. You may recall that last November, a missionary named John Allen Chau, 26, obs…
The Sentinelese are one of the world's last "uncontacted" indigenous peoples, a hunter-gatherer tribe who live on the remote North Sentinel Island in India's Andaman Islands chain. You may recall that last November, a missionary named John Allen Chau, 26, obs… [+4928 chars]
David Pescovitz
2019-08-22 19:03:29




BROCKHAMPTON Shares Visual For New Single "If You Pray Right"
BROCKHAMPTON just dropped off an accompanying visual for their latest single "If You Pray Right," a new cut off their forthcoming studio album GINGER. Just like the track's predecessor "I BEEN BORN AGAIN" the music video is directed by Spencer Ford and follow…
BROCKHAMPTON just dropped off an accompanying visual for their latest single “If You Pray Right,” a new cut off their forthcoming studio album GINGER. Just like the track’s predecessor “I BEEN BORN AGAIN” the music video is directed by Spencer Ford and follow… [+664 chars]
info@hypebeast.com (HYPEBEAST), HYPEBEAST
2019-08-08 03:43:24




Satanists battle for religious freedom...
The documentary shining a new light on the Satanic Temple and its battle for religious freedom.
Image copyrightGemma PurkissImage caption Lucien Greaves (far-right) uses several aliases to protect his family Everything you know about Satanism is wrong. At least that's what a new documentary about the Satanic Temple could be about to prove. Despite … [+6362 chars]
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2019-08-23 01:22:37




Manuscript Reveals How Medieval Nun, Joan of Leeds, Faked Her Own Death to Escape the Convent
“The timeworn image of cloistered nuns as escapists, spurned lovers or naïve waifs has little basis in reality today,” wrote Julia Lieblich in a 1983 New York Times article, “The Cloistered Life.” “It takes more than a botched-up love affair to lure educated …
The timeworn image of cloistered nuns as escapists, spurned lovers or naïve waifs has little basis in reality today, wrote Julia Lieblich in a 1983 New York Times article, The Cloistered Life. It takes more than a botched-up love affair to lure educated women… [+3529 chars]
Josh Jones
2019-08-12 16:26:22

Ten of the most unconventional award-winning Architecture Designs from A’ Design Award 2019
Ten of the most unconventional award-winning Architecture Designs from A’ Design Award 2019 In keeping with Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s description of architecture as frozen music, this post is quite literally a playlist of the best architectural designs fro…
In keeping with Johann Wolfgang von Goethes description of architecture as frozen music, this post is quite literally a playlist of the best architectural designs from 2019. One of the A’ Design Awards’ most strong categories, Architecture sees a lot of entr… [+7129 chars]
Sarang Sheth
2019-08-16 02:36:56

End.Game: a synth album from 19A0
End.Game is a dark, dreamy synthpop album, all swooping pads, punchy beats and mysterious retro auras. It's the work of Luscious-235, a joint-venture between Sid Luscious (of 80s fame fronting The Pants ) and "the artificial entity known as Unit 235". This al…
End.Game is a dark, dreamy synthpop album, all swooping pads, punchy beats and mysterious retro auras. It's the work of Luscious-235, a joint-venture between Sid Luscious (of 80s fame fronting The Pants) and "the artificial entity known as Unit 235". This a… [+6455 chars]
Rob Beschizza
2019-07-31 11:00:34




Where Did 'Jazz,' the Word, Come From? (2018)
When it comes to the origin of the word “jazz,” it seems that each person simply believes what she or he wants to.
When it comes to the origin of the word jazz, it seems that each person simply believes what she or he wants to. Some would like the word to come from Africa, so they firmly believe the stories that support that. Others want it to be an African-American word… [+14452 chars]
Lewis Porter
2019-08-12 23:29:11
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