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Shocking New Photos Of The Loch Ness Monster Captured By Tourists

Of all the various aliens, axe murderers and leprechauns that inhabit the realms of folklore and myth, there is none so ancient, enduring and captivating as that of the Loch Ness Monster. // More famous than Bigfoot, Chupacabra or the Jersey Devil, for untold years both locals and visitors to the placid highland waters have…


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Why it does not matter what is said. It’s all about who we think said it.

Secretary Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have very different views on just about everything. Jimmy Kimmel always wonders about whether people are really paying attention to those issues or not. For the most part, he thinks it doesn’t matter what a candidate says, it just matters which candidate says it. To put this theory to…

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Why Artist Should Embrace Who They Are

Having lived and worked with multiple artists, I now realize how difficult it is for them to find the right balance between their social life and their art. If you wake up in the morning and all you can think about is writing and playing music, know that you’re not alone. If, when someone ask…

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THE ESSENTIAL KEY TO SUCCESS

The greatest lesson I’ve learned over the years is that the essential key to success is Keeping Your Word. If you’re an entrepreneur or an artist and you’re working with a team of people, the key words to your success are: Integrity, Trust and Respect. So how do you lay the foundations of your success?…

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Big City Brian Wright is set to take off

//   Introducing Up and Coming country singer-songwriter from Nashville, Brian “Big City” Wright. He recently released his first full length album Honkytonkitis and still maintains a day job that requires he be 30,000 feet above the air. Many aspiring artists find themselves waiting tables on the side in order to pay rent. Country singer-songwriter…

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THEY CALLED HIM ZONE LAUNCHES JUST FALL FREE DOWNLOAD SINGLE

// Rising from the dark and dangerous ashes of the recent ‘Miami’ EP release, British dark-wave/electro/indie act ‘They Called Him Zone’ return with a new free download single and announce a fresh EP will be landing later in 2016. Once again hatched from their basement studio in Bradford (UK), ‘Just Fall’ is the latest offering and laced with psychedelic edged…

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BUILDING ONE OF THE WORLD’S LEADING JAZZ FESTIVALS

By Guest Blogger|Jun 28, 2016|Marketing Your Brand|0 Comments Share Marc Iacona and John Nugent, Producers of the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival The Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival has grown from its start in 2002  — a three-day event that drew 15,000 people. Fifteen years later, we now present nine days of jazz that attracts…

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COMING UP MUSIC DISCOVERIES AND NEWS 7-14-2016

Coming Up Music Discoveries and news 7-14-2016 The Dirty Clergy Return With Sophomore Album The Dirty Clergy, a garage rock-pop band hailing from Winfield, Alabama, have released Rattlesnake, their second full length album. The group’s sophomore effort has a little bit of something for everyone, from the fervent vocals to the harmonic hooks and gritty…

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Chasing Down Sunset, an upbeat pop punk quintet from central Jersey. Their new EP, “A Proper Introduction,” is being released on 7/18

Chasing Down Sunset BIO: Chasing Down Sunset was originally started by childhood friends Jill Beckett and Dan McCool, who would casually jam to covers together in Jill’s garage in like 2014.  By Spring 2015, the pair decided it was time to buckle down and commence a serious search to find more musicians to collaborate with….

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Tomb in Giza Pyramid is protected by a ‘primitive machine’ built by the ancient Egyptians

Tomb in Giza Pyramid is protected by a ‘primitive machine’ built by the ancient Egyptians Léa Surugue,International Business Times ONC UK  To deter robbers from looting the tombs of great Pharaohs, ancient Egyptians may have constructed primitive machines inside the pyramids to defend royal funerary chambers. Archaeologists have digitally reproduced such protective mechanism used inside…

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