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Korn’s Brian Head Welch New “I Am Second” Documentary

December 19th, 2018
  Guitarist Brian “Head” Welch was at the prime of his career during the late ‘90s and early 2000s when Korn helped define a completely new genre of music known as nu-metal, becoming one of the most successful acts of its day.   But behind closed doors, the Grammy-winning rock star was losing himself to drugs and alcohol.   Welch walked away from Korn – and a $23 million dollar record deal – in 2005 after he found God. The bold move helped him become free of his addictions, but the single...
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Chance The Rapper Taking Sabbatical To Study Bible

December 12th, 2018
  Chance the Rapper has announced he’s taking his “first sabbatical” and that he’ll use the time to dive deeper into his Christian faith.   The Grammy-winning musician and philanthropist revealed in an Instagram post on Dec. 7 that he is heading out of the country on a plane to study the Bible, which he admits he is “very unfamiliar with.”   “I’ve been brought up by my family to know Christ but I haven’t taken it upon myself to really just take a couple days and read...
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Why Do LPs Sound So Good?

December 3rd, 2018
  By Steve Guttenberg/CNET     The continuing audiophile fascination with LPs is a mystery, LPs are ancient tech, records can be noisy, they're fragile, expensive and they take up a lot of space. The best turntables, high quality phono cartridges, and preamps can cost a fortune. Even so, a lot of audiophiles still favor LPs, I know I do.   Playing audio files is gigantically more convenient than playing an LP, digital converter technology is getting better every year, and high-resolution files are clearer than the...
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Video Gaming Becomes Official After-School League At US High Schools

December 3rd, 2018
  By Charlie Lapastora | Fox News     Charles Slack is a student at Mesa Community College who plays video games several hours a day. He considers it his passion. And he’s not alone.   As video games keep gaining popularity, schools are taking notice – and trying to capitalize on the booming trend.   Schools across the country are beginning to recognize gaming as an “electronic sport” – and making it an official, after-school activity, complete with statewide tournaments.  ...
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