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So Groovy Now

About the only good thing to emerge from the 1992 film Mo’ Money was its Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis produced soundtrack.

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Resilience: A Black Lives Matter Mix

With everything going on in our country, I turn to music now as I have in the past to help work out and work through the pain and hurt. To try to heal in the face of a society that still isn’t whole and has resisted being so since long before I was born. A Facebook friend put together a mix of tunes that helps. #BlackLivesMatter

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Capital Fringe Festival, July 7 – 31, 2016

Hi, meet Fringe next week! Filling the city with non-stop theater, dance, music, visual art and everything in-between, the Capital Fringe Festival will energize and excite audiences this year.

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long ambients1: calm. sleep. by moby

Moby has created an 11-track album of quiet ambient music, perfect for relaxing, sleeping, meditating, doing yoga, or whatever else you may just need to bring it down for. He’s also giving it away for free, because he is truly amazing like that.

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Friday the 13th, so far…

Y’know what? I’m not superstitious, but this Friday the 13th has been making it really difficult to get into TGIF mode. Here’s hoping that writing about it will help bring an early end to the Murphy’s Law field surrounding me all day!

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Janet Jackson – Dammn Baby

Dammn Baby, indeed! Janet Jackson announces her pregnancy and gives us a video and single release for “Dammn Baby” on the same day? We’re Not Worthy!

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Hump Day: Guess What Day It Is?

I’m not sure how often 4/20 falls on Hump Day, but it seemed an appropriate time to post this. Cazwell threw it into one of his mixtapes and it makes me smile every time I hear it. And, of course,...

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“Hello” and Welcome Back, Adele!

Oh, Adele… It was well worth the wait. I have a complex relationship with some singers, especially those that sing about relationships, and their songs. Some songs are so closely associated with memories of people in my past that I...

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Deee-Lite’s ‘Groove Is in the Heart’ Turns 25

People Magazine takes a look at perhaps one of the ultimate party tunes out there, Deee-Lite’s much beloved “Groove Is In The Heart“. “Groove Is in the Heart” was an immediate hit, reaching No. 1 on the U.S. Hot Dance...

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video: Saturday Morning Slow Jams

Because you know what you needed to start off your week? 90s R&B slow jam versions of cartoon theme songs. Yes, really. Told ya. I saw the above video on a friend’s Facebook page and learned there were more on...

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D.I.Y. Disco by Disco Dick

I’ve seen a lot of articles and videos over the past year about how all music within and across genres sounds the same and why it sounds the same and it reminded me of a classic and fun disco song...

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fitness: walk for me, walk for me…

I’ll see you after the function! Hm, I may have to add that one into my walking mix. I’m trying really hard to get back in the habit of taking my weekend walks. This summer has been milder than usual,...

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Capital Fringe: The Road to High Street

Another highlight of this year’s Capital Fringe Festival is Andrew Potter’s critically acclaimed show, The Road to High Street: the true, tell-all tale of two unicycle-riding/fire-eating/guitar-playing/rubber chicken-juggling street performers in a one-man, musical, digital storytelling show. Trying saying that five...