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Spotlighting “Anxiety I am So Done With You” Dr. Jodi Aman

Jodi is a practicing psychotherapist and best-selling author whose new book Anxiety....I'm So Done With You. A Teens Guide to Ditching Toxic Stress & Hardwiring Your Brain For Happiness is now available. Jodi addresses how to get rid of anxiety and build our teens brain to build self confidence. https://jodiaman.com/ https://jodiaman.com/tedx/

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Spotlighting Hungry Hearts Foundation

Hungry Hearts Foundation has been feeding thier community for years and are open and willing to help other school districts start similiar programs. Tammie Enders, a teacher at Stevens Creek Elementary school and Mirza Advic talk about how Hungry Hearts Foundation came into being and how Covid -19 is afftecting our students who struggle with…

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Spotlighting WA 529 GET Savings Plan

This week we talk with Luke Minor, WA529 Director. The GET program’s 2019-2020 enrollment period comes to a close on May 31. Washington families still have time to start saving for future college costs with the state’s 529 prepaid tuition program. The GET program is one of two college savings options offered by Washington College…

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KIXI Radio Theatre Sunday, May 24th

TOBY TYLER – or Ten Weeks with a Circus. Part 3 Toby becomes “Monsieur Ajax,” when the owner of the circus decides to train him as a bareback rider to team him with Ella, as the youngest bareback riders in the world.

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MUSIC NEWS

Last Licks: Final installment of Rolling Stones’ YouTube concert-footage series debuts Sunday

Eagle Rock EntertainmentThe sixth and final installment of The Rolling Stones‘ Extra Licks weekly archival online series, which offers bonus footage from some of their concert films, will premiere this Sunday, June 7, at 3 p.m. ET on the band’s YouTube channel. This week’s feature offers rare performances from an August 1994 concert that The Stones played during its Voodoo …

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Paul McCartney pens message regarding killing of George Floyd: “We need change”

Mary McCartney/MPL CommunicationsPaul McCartney has joined the many artists expressing outrage and sadness over the May 25 killing of George Floyd while in custody of Minneapolis police: He’s posted a lengthy message regarding the incident on his official website. “As we continue to see the protests and demonstrations across the world, I know many of us want to know just …

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U2’s Bono to introduce all-star cover of “Beautiful Day” during virtual commencement event

Sergione Infuso/Corbis via Getty ImagesU2 frontman Bono is among the many celebrities that will help salute this year’s graduating students as part of Dear Class of 2020, a four-hour virtual commencement event premiering this Sunday, June 7. As part of the special, Bono will introduce an all-star cover of his band’s uplifting 2000 hit “Beautiful Day,” which will feature Coldplay‘s Chris …

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Bug me do: The Beatles get species of beetle named after them

© Hulton-Deutsch Collection/CORBIS/ Corbis via Getty ImagesQuite a few famous music artists have had animal, plant or insect species named after them, but believe it or not, no one has never named a beetle after The Beatles — until now. According to a scientific paper published this week and posted on Brill.com, a species of cave beetle found by Dutch …

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Producer Rupert Hine, who worked with Rush, Tina Turner and many more, dead at age 72

Fin Costello/RedfernsVeteran producer Rupert Hine, who worked on albums by many well-known artists, including Rush, Tina Turner and The Fixx, died Friday at the age of 72. Hine’s passing was announced by U.K. songwriters and composers organization The Ivors Academy, for whom Rupert served as Board Director. “We are so saddened to post that…Rupert Hine has passed away,” reads a …

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