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Seeing the Music of Beethoven Will Give You a New Appreciation

Seeing the Music of Beethoven Will Give You a New Appreciation

It might sound like a contradiction, but seeing the music of Beethoven through a new visual display will give you a new appreciation.

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Peter Jackson is Bringing us WWI in Color Because it Wasn’t Horrible Enough

Peter Jackson is Bringing us WWI in Color Because it Wasn’t Horrible Enough

The director of the Lord of the Rings presents “They Shall Not Grow Old,” featuring over 100 hours of remastered footage that shows WWI in color. The First World War was a ...

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Nobody Freak out, but a Skull-Shaped Asteroid is About to Pass the Earth

Nobody Freak out, but a Skull-Shaped Asteroid is About to Pass the Earth

On November 11, Asteroid 2015 TB145, a skull-shaped asteroid that may be a dead comet is going to pass relatively near Earth.

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Join a Live Ghost Hunt Tonight on Twitter

Join a Live Ghost Hunt Tonight on Twitter

Tonight on Twitter, Xfinity will present Project Dead Zone, a live ghost hunt at the Winchester Mystery House where users control the investigation.

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Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Tips and Tricks – Scenery, Stealth, and Spartan Kicks

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Tips and Tricks – Scenery, Stealth, and Spartan Kicks

If you’re looking for a few Assassin’s Creed Odyssey tips and tricks to help you stab your way through Ancient Greece, we have you covered.

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We Have a New Contender for Weirdest Music Video of the Year

We Have a New Contender for Weirdest Music Video of the Year

Russian rave band Little Big are back with their newest single, and it is instantly a contender for the title of the weirdest music video of the year.

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NASA Preparing for Crewed Spaceflights in 2019

NASA Preparing for Crewed Spaceflights in 2019

NASA has announced that the first crewed spaceflights for SpaceX and Boeing are both set for 2019, with the first coming in January.

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First Man Review: One Giant, Predictable Leap for an Oscar

First Man Review: One Giant, Predictable Leap for an Oscar

First Man Review: Director Damien Chazelle and star Ryan Gosling team up for another shot at an Oscar with their Neil Armstrong biopic.

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If you want to meditate but don’t have time, try coloring

If you want to meditate but don’t have time, try coloring

A new wave of psychologists are recommending that if you don’t have time to meditate but want to, try doing a little old school coloring. A while back I read something about ...

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Ghosts at Disneyland aren’t that surprising, given all the human remains floating around

Ghosts at Disneyland aren’t that surprising, given all the human remains floating around

It shouldn't be all that surprising to hear that there may be ghosts at Disneyland, given the number of cremated remains scattered throughout the park.

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