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“March for Our Lives” Scheduled for March 24

“March for Our Lives” Scheduled for March 24

mag813 February 18, 2018 0

In addition to national school walk-outs scheduled for March 14 and April 20, a march on Washington, D.C. of students angry over the constant barrage of school shootings has been scheduled for March 24. On Sunday,

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The Ice Melts On The ALS Challenge As It Opts For Hot Peppers

The Ice Melts On The ALS Challenge As It Opts For Hot Peppers

mag813 February 7, 2018 0

If you enjoyed participating in the spine-tingling ALS Ice Bucket Challenge during the summer of 2014, there’s a fiery sequel that’s gathering steam during these cold, dark days of winter. Called the ALS Pepper Challenge, this

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Best Buy Will No Longer Sell CDs and Target May Be Next

Best Buy Will No Longer Sell CDs and Target May Be Next

mag813 February 3, 2018 0

The future of physical music isn’t looking good. According to Billboard, consumer electronics company Best Buy will no longer carry physical CDs and Target may be following suit in the near future. Best Buy notified music suppliers that they will cease

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Americans Think Facebook Is Worse for Society Than McDonald’s or Walmart

Americans Think Facebook Is Worse for Society Than McDonald’s or Walmart

mag813 February 2, 2018 0

Facebook is worse for society than either McDonald’s or Walmart, according to a survey of 2,000 Americans published by market research agency Honest Data. Those surveyed were asked to pick from Marlboro, Walmart, Facebook, McDonald’s, and

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New Data Shows Solar Energy Creates More Jobs in America Than Any Other Industry

New Data Shows Solar Energy Creates More Jobs in America Than Any Other Industry

mag813 January 24, 2018 0

Solar energy isn’t just a tool to reduce emissions and help slow climate change — it’s a job creator. According to the most recent National Solar Jobs Census published by The Solar Foundation, the industry creates more jobs

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Is the Internet Changing the Way People Feel About Religion?

Is the Internet Changing the Way People Feel About Religion?

mag813 January 18, 2018 0

Spend enough time on the internet and you may well end up becoming an ordained minister of Dudeism. The vague religion dedicated to the mellow Zen of Jeffrey “The Dude” Lebowski (fictional hero of

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The Most Popular Workout Songs, According to Spotify

The Most Popular Workout Songs, According to Spotify

mag813 January 10, 2018 0

Early January is when treadmills have waiting lists and weight benches need to be procured first thing in the morning. It’s New Year’s resolution time. Nothing fuels those workouts like a proper soundtrack, of

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Former Facebook VP Says Social Media Is Destroying Society

Former Facebook VP Says Social Media Is Destroying Society

mag813 January 7, 2018 0

Speaking at a recent event at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Chamath Palihapitiya – a former vice president for user growth at Facebook – expressed a concern that social media platforms have become

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Movie Attendance Hits 25-Year Low, as Streaming Rises in Popularity

Movie Attendance Hits 25-Year Low, as Streaming Rises in Popularity

mag813 January 3, 2018 0

Although last year we saw a plethora of blockbuster films release, 2017 marked a 25-year low for movie attendance numbers. According to Box Office Mojo with an increase in the popularity of home streaming services, the total of movie

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Trump’s Controversial Year On Energy And Environment

Trump’s Controversial Year On Energy And Environment

mag813 December 28, 2017 0

President Trump campaigned on a platform to make American energy great again. “We’re loaded,” he said, at a 2016 campaign appearance in North Dakota, referring to fossil fuel reserves. By unleashing those reserves and slashing regulations,

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