Why do some concerts overwhelm us, when others don’t?
All evidence indicates that music plays a significant role in every human society, both past and present. When we gather to celebrate, rejoice, or mourn, music moves us in powerful ways. Caregivers around the world sing to infants to soothe, play with, and teach them. And yet we are just starting to uncover the profound impact music has on our brains, our emotions, and our health.Read Full Story
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A portion of Rodeo Road in the city of Los Angeles has been officially renamed President Barack Obama Boulevard. Thousands gathered to memorialize the first African-American president on the afternoon of May 4, celebrating his historical feat with performances by Doug E. Fresh, Yo-Yo, Kurupt and more.
The three-and-a-half mile stretch holds sentimental value to the 44th president, commemorating his first campaign rally in LA at the nearby Rancho Cienega Park in February 2007. City Council Presi [...]
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The big news out of Star Wars Celebration today was the world’s very first look at Episode IX, now titled “The Rise of Skywalker.” In addition to the name reveal and impressive teaser trailer, there were a whole host of new images and screens shown off during the panel.We got a new look at basically all the main characters, but one, in particular, is drawing the attention of fans, the hotshot pilot Poe Dameron, played by Oscar Isaac. As you can see from the Tweet below, Dameron in Episode [...]