Before Pulitzer Prize winner Kendrick Lamar, there was Marvin, with a soul concept album “What’s Goin On?” that Motown (and most of the rest of the world) wasn’t ready for, with prescient resistance against war and police brutality inspired by the time Marvin’s own brother, Frankie, spent in Vietnam. Whether that 1971 track or other radio staples like “I Heard It Through the Grapevine” and “Sexual Healing” make the cut for this show, bet that Asante and the Velvet Kente Arkestra (Jamaal Lee, Norman Williamson, Ryan Hitt, Judson Spillyards, Ryan D. Davis, Dazzmin Murray) are fully equipped to bring Gaye’s passion and intensity to the forefront of their sound, capped off with DJ sets from Baldego and Asante.
“It’s very me! It’s dark, it’s gothic, it’s depressing . .”said Vera Wang, designer famous for her romantic wedding dresses much loved by celebrities. It’s August. It’s hot. You park your car in the sun, and when you get in to drive somewhere the heat is unbearable.
Teesside links up with Bahrain and MexicoSchool reporters at Conyers School in Stockton on Tees reported on their links with four schools in Bahrai, looking at the differences between the UK and Bahrain. School Reporters also spoke to some students from Year 10 who are going to Mexico for a charity project. They explained that they’d be building a house there, and doing crafts and games with local people.
Down along the Seaford waterfront, tucked away beside seaside homes and docked boats, lies the elusive, beautific White Whale. She is a beauty, no question. And she sure knows how to serve up a good time. Mumbai: The rupee declined 12 paise to 68.86 against the US dollar in early trade on Thursday, pressured by a lower opening in the domestic stock market, reported news agency Press Trust of India. Increased demand for the American currency from importers and banks amid persistent foreign fund outflows also weighed on the rupee, it further said. Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) sold shares worth Rs 284.58 crore yesterday, as per provisional data.
Each have over 80 billion neurons in the brain, with which they make highly sophisticated decisions,” Qian said. “Smaller animals such as roundworms can make simpler decisions using just a few hundred neurons. In this work, we have designed and created biochemical circuits that function like a small network of neurons to classify molecular information substantially more complex than previously possible.
Hello friends! it been a while since I posted! Lots of traveling in January and creating and kids activities and just crazy! Ive also recently started a NEW obsession. With all things planning. I Am obsessed right now with planners and getting organized but at the same time making them all cute and adorable and artsy and fun! (here just a peak)..