Art and Music

See the Waste-Free Making of Yusuf/Cat Stevens’ ‘Where Do the Children Play?’ Video

See the Waste-Free Making of Yusuf/Cat Stevens’ ‘Where Do the Children Play?’ Video

Yusuf/Cat Stevens recently released a charming stop-motion video “Where Do the Children Play?”.  Now, you can watch how it was made using 90% recycled matter.

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Rona Geffen: “We Are One”

Posted by on July 8, 2020 in Art and Music, Media & Arts with 0 Comments
Rona Geffen: “We Are One”

The song “We Are One” feels just right for this time: a message of unity, love, and belonging, offered by Rona Geffen and 2 artists she never met in person. Their song offers guidance, harmony, and peace.

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Dolly Parton’s New Song: “When Life is Good Again”

Dolly Parton’s New Song: “When Life is Good Again”

#DollyParton has brought her immense musical talents to write a song which speaks to the current pandemic. The song, “When Life Is Good Again,” is inspirational and full of hope, and may just be the balm you need today.

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Neil Sedaka … To Brighten Your Day

Neil Sedaka … To Brighten Your Day

Neil Sedaka is a prolific and successful singer/songwriter, and piano player. Baby boomers may be fans, or at least familiar with the man and his music. His songwriting behind the scenes is likely less well-known. During the time of this pandemic, Sedaka, now in his early 80’s, has begun to share his music freely with the world in 10 to 15 minute videos every couple of days (and sometimes every day) for the nearly last 2 months. He began to do it because fans have shared with him how much his music makes them feel better – in times of stress and in general. This prompted him to begin making these videos. Below are his videos from May 20th to May 22nd, and his first one, from April 6, 2020.

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Actor and Anchorman John Krasinski’s Show ‘Some Good News’ Signing Off … at Least for Now

Actor and Anchorman John Krasinski’s Show ‘Some Good News’ Signing Off … at Least for Now

John Krasinski has reportedly aired his last (?) episode of Some Good News with John Krasinski. It is sad news for his fans and for fans of good news. A few months ago, Krasinski mentioned that he had been wondering for some time why there are no news sites that bring out good news stories to the public. One could blame this on corporate fears of losing viewers or because the corporate interests, which fund them, make their money and increase their control by keeping people apart with and in disagreement with nightly news controversies and crises. Krasinski decided to do something about this.

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How To Get Over a Heartbreak, As Explained By Your Favorite Pop Songs

Posted by on April 30, 2020 in Art and Music with 0 Comments
How To Get Over a Heartbreak, As Explained By Your Favorite Pop Songs

Are you going through a breakup? If so, then take it slow and let these pop songs heal your heart.

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How Music Can Boost Your Immune System During Coronavirus Lockdown

How Music Can Boost Your Immune System During Coronavirus Lockdown

Do you know that music can help you boost your immune system and help people recover from illness? That’s really interesting to know since most of us take music as our relaxation or therapy. This article will help you know how music can boost your immune system during coronavirus lockdown. #HealingMusic #CornavirusLockdown

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Tamil Music Download

Posted by on April 27, 2020 in Art and Music, Media & Arts with 0 Comments
Tamil Music Download

The vast majority of the Tamil motion pictures have extraordinary music. Individuals who love Tamil films are excited about Tamil music download. #tamilmusic

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WATCH: Look For the Good | Jason Mraz’s Incredibly Uplifting Music Video

WATCH: Look For the Good | Jason Mraz’s Incredibly Uplifting Music Video

Watch this incredibly uplifting music video of Jason Mraz’s new single “Look For the Good.” The lyrics are included below. #lookforthegood

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Brian May of Queen: Musical Jams for the COVID-19 Blues

Brian May of Queen: Musical Jams for the COVID-19 Blues

People who love Rock music know the music of the band, Queen. It’s really special to hear Queen’s guitarist introduce these jams of some of his band’s music including a special cover song.

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Bon Jovi: When You Can’t Do What You Do, You Do What You Can

Bon Jovi: When You Can’t Do What You Do, You Do What You Can

Jon Bon Jovi was trying to come to terms with the reality of the quarantine, and he came up with a saying: “When you can’t do what you do, you do what you can.” Here’s the song he wrote to go with the title. #DoWhatYouCan

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2020: The Great and Coming Renaissance of Art

Posted by on April 3, 2020 in Art and Music, Media & Arts with 0 Comments
2020: The Great and Coming Renaissance of Art

The events and happenings of 2020 are providing the ultimate context for the start of a tidal wave of creativity. As history clearly demonstrates, such occurrences have also sparked some of the most profound and inspiring renaissances in the creative arts such as music, writing, and painting. #renaissance #art #COVID-19

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Stuck Indoors? Enjoy These Museums, Aquariums, National Parks, Zoos and Symphonies From Home

Posted by on April 3, 2020 in Art and Music, Entertainment, Internet, Media & Arts with 0 Comments
Stuck Indoors? Enjoy These Museums, Aquariums, National Parks, Zoos and Symphonies From Home

Let’s face it: things are looking bad in the world, and if we haven’t already felt the heavy impact of the coronavirus outbreak, we soon will. Here are a few cultural “outings” you can now enjoy from your computer, tablet, or phone! #onlinearts

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Why Choose Painting Kits

Posted by on April 3, 2020 in Art and Music with 0 Comments
Why Choose Painting Kits

A painting kit includes a pre printed image of your favorite painting and also the colors, paint brushes etc to complete your painting.

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Viva Vivaldi! Connecting Us to Intelligent Design Through Music (incl. Art Process Video)

Viva Vivaldi! Connecting Us to Intelligent Design Through Music (incl. Art Process Video)

Get you FREE Vivaldi color therapy picture and read/watch as Cherie Roe Dirksen takes you through the whole start to finish process of drawing to this invigorating classical composer — what emotions are hidden behind the wholesome sounds? What does Vivaldi’s music look like in pen? Come find out…

Do you like classical music? Who is your favorite composer? #ColorTherapy #SoundTherapy

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