From UFOs to a family massacre, ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ reborn with changes

Remember the long running series ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ from the 1980s through the 2000s? The show helmed by narrator Robert Stack is a classic. Episodes had the potential to bring in new tips about old crimes. Now a reborn version of ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ is airing on Netflix, and while the premise remains the same, changes to the original format have been made.

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Does Facebook think I’m a real Russian Spy?

One musician’s dilemma highlights the need for
decentralized social media platforms 

By Rebecca Day

 On Friday, March 13th, 2020 I sat at my kitchen table and I confronted an unprecedented dilemma. I had just arrived home from filing my taxes, and as I poured a cup of coffee, emails began pouring in. Due to the threat of COVID-19, my entire live music calendar for the foreseeable future was being wiped out by a tidal wave of cancellations. Continue reading “Does Facebook think I’m a real Russian Spy?”

Poets come together on Zoom for ‘Reading in the Air’

Poetry has long been a favorite habit for my family. In times past, we had to go to a physical venue to hear poets read. Technology like Zoom has changed that, and now everyone can hear fine poets read online. Three talented women, Jane Greer, Marly Youmans, and Sally Thomas, will share their work in a special program, ‘Reading in the Air.’ Continue reading “Poets come together on Zoom for ‘Reading in the Air’”

Crazy Daysies trio to hit the ‘road’ with ‘Live from Ja’Ville’ on GetAMPED

*PLEASE SEE update below. 6/8/2020

Bands know what it’s like to be on the physical road, traveling from city to city for shows. With many cities canceling live music events, musicians are now traveling a different kind of road.

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Netflix releases steamy Epstein series, but mystery remains about heirs, intel links

Netflix just premiered a new series about Jeffrey Epstein, providing a number of the millionaire’s accusers a public forum his death deprived them of. The trailers suggest a dicey, steamy saga of sexcapades and even assaults. The series will raise as many questions as it answers. Mysteries remain, and they involve more than his sexual deeds. Continue reading “Netflix releases steamy Epstein series, but mystery remains about heirs, intel links”