It seems so often that a band will release some absolutely breathtaking tracks… and then bury them away, never to either see a proper release, or live on a split-E.P. Well instead of you hunting them out, we have done the hard work for you. Continue reading Mixtape Monday – Best of the B-Sides
It’s February 15th, also known as the day after Valentine’s Day, also known as the day the value packs of heart-shaped Reece’s Peanut Butter Cups go on sale for at least half off and every drug store in the country. Whether you hate that you love the black Friday of Hallmark stores or you love to hate its capitalist schemes, this blessed time of cheap candy and corny trinkets is something we can all appreciate. To celebrate, we’ve put together a playlist of our favorite angsty teenager-era anti-Valentine’s Day anthems for your enjoyment. Follow us on Spotify for more playlists and comment your addition to the list below!
Well, 2016 has been a year. We were serious when it came to memes, ridiculous when it came to elections, and horrified when it came to the amount of important musicians who left us this year. Thankfully, we did have a lot of great music to get us through all the garbage. Naturally, as millennials, we decided to celebrate this beautiful music with a playlist. Hopefully it will continue to help us all through 2017 and beyond.
This fall, musicians and celebrity chefs are coming together for Chipotle Mexican Grill’s Cultivate Festival, described by organizers as the “one-day food, music and ideas festival is truly a family affair meant for all ages.” Boasting a Kids’ Zone, several celebrity appearances, and some awesome musical guests, the goal of the event is to engage attendees in “educational activities to help families learn about where their food comes from and why it’s important.”
Saturday, Nov. 12, 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. in Bayfront Park, Miami, FL
You may have seen odd round marks on the likes of Michael Phelps and Alex Naddour at the Rio Olympics earlier this year and wondered what they were. Well, they’re not burns or bruises; they’re from an ancient form of alternative holistic therapy called “cupping.”
There are three different types of cupping: flash cupping, sliding cupping and the regular method, which typically involves 10 cups. There is also dry and wet cupping, the latter of which can often include bloodletting. The treatment is typically used to treat a variety of ailments, such as pain and inflammation, and also to aid in blood flow and help with relaxation. Typically it’s also used as a type of deep tissue massage. Continue reading Holistic Therapy in Huddersfield