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  • LOSE WEIGHT AND LOWER STRESS// WHY REVITAA PRO?

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    LOSE WEIGHT AND LOWER STRESS// WHY REVITAA PRO? Everyone comes to a moment in their lives when they realize enough is enough. They desire to make a good change for their bodies, and one of the most prevalent is to lose weight. As part of natural physiological functions, the human body loses and gains weight. […]

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  • WHAT IS TINNITUS

    WHAT IS TINNITUS? HOW TO TREAT IT! Tinnitus is when you experience ringing or other noises in one or both of your ears. The noise you hear when you have tinnitus isn’t caused by an external sound, and other people usually can’t hear it. Tinnitus is a common problem. It affects about 15% to 20% […]

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  • What Are The Benefits of Turmeric Curcumin

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    What Are The Benefits of Turmeric Curcumin Turmeric is one of those superfoods that has taken the natural health world by storm. While most people might use this spice to add flavor to curries, health enthusiasts use turmeric for its many purported health benefits. Just a few of the studied benefits include supporting a healthy […]

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  • MOVIE REVIEW OF ”THERE ARE NO SAINTS”

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    MOVIE REVIEW OF ”THERE ARE NO SAINTS” A nihilistic exercise in misogyny, sadism, murder, and revenge, Hispanic helmer Alfonso Pineda Ulloa’s unsavory actioneer “There Are No Saints” (**1/2 OUT OF ****) pulls no punches in its relentless depiction of mayhem and mutilation. “Taxi Driver” scenarist Paul Schrader has recycled elements from his better films for […]

  • MOVIE REVIEW OF ”WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING”

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    MOVIE REVIEW OF ”WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING” Movies made from bestsellers rarely live up to their literary origins. Happily, “Where The Crawdads Sing” (*** OUT OF ****) qualifies as an exception to the rule. Although it doesn’t wade into either the marsh or the characters as deeply as Delia Owens’ enthralling novel, “Crawdads” provides a […]

  • MOVIE REVIEW OF “WOLF HOUND”

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    MOVIE REVIEW OF “WOLF HOUND” The spectacle of watching vintage World War II era aircraft perform aerial maneuvers in writer & director Michael B. Chait’s “Wolf Hound” (*** OUT OF ****) should make aviation enthusiasts slaver with anticipation. Basically, this entertaining but far-fetched World War II epic concerns an actual, undercover German Luftwaffe operation designated […]

  • UMMA//MOVIE REVIEW

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    UMMA//MOVIE REVIEW Some of the best scary sagas involve the occult. The filmmakers need not resort to jarring jump scares, shrieking musical cues, and/or prosthetic gore to induce fear. Our heroine tangles with a spirit from beyond the grave. The dread we feel grows out of our sympathy for her predicament. The horror is largely […]

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  •  SHINEDOWN TALKS ABOUT THEIR NEW ALBUM “PLANET ZERO.”

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     SHINEDOWN TALKS ABOUT THEIR NEW ALBUM “PLANET ZERO.” Spring 2020 saw Shinedown’s unplugged “Deep Dive” tour go up in smoke when the pandemic hit. It was going to be a rare opportunity for fans to see the hit-making group play a selection of rarely performed album cuts from across their career. Now two years later, […]

  • Music Lover’s Holiday Gift Guide//Top Box Sets

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    Music Lover’s Holiday Gift Guide//Top Box Sets This year has seen its share of landmark box sets, along with a number of excellent reissues. That means there are some great gift options for music fans on your holiday shopping list. The Beatles: “The White Album” – For many Beatles fans, this is the re-issue they’ve […]

  • CODY CANNON PREVIEWS THE NEXT WHISKEY MYERS ALBUM, “TORNILLO” 

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    CODY CANNON PREVIEWS THE NEXT WHISKEY MYERS ALBUM, “TORNILLO”  From the first notes of the song “Tornillo,” which opens the new album of the same name that Whiskey Myers released in July, it’s apparent that some new musical twists are in store from the veteran band. Horn parts straight out of a spaghetti western open […]

  •  INTERVIEW WITH DOUG GRAY OF THE MARSHALL TUCKER BAND 

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     INTERVIEW WITH DOUG GRAY OF THE MARSHALL TUCKER BAND  The Marshall Tucker Band had its hits in the ‘70s. But when singer Doug Gray looks out at the audiences at the band’s shows, he doesn’t see a room full of those who grew up on the songs. He sees a lot of people who weren’t […]