By THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE MARCH 7, 2019 25 Songs 1 ‘Born in the U.S.A.’ (2018) Bruce Spring... Full Track 2 ‘Thank You, Next’ Ariana Grande Full Track 3 ‘A No No’ Mariah Carey Full Track 4 ‘Trauma’ Meek Mill Full Track 5 ‘Sicko Mode’ Travis Scott Full Track 6 ‘Why Did You Do That?’ Lady Gaga Full Track 7 ‘Baby Shark’ Pinkfong Full Track 8 ‘Apeshit’ The Carters Full Track 9 ‘Lucid Dreams’ Juice Wrld Full Track 10 ‘Slow Burn’ Kacey Musgraves Full Track 11 ‘Sunflower’ Post Malone Full Track 12 ‘Bugs Life’ Tierra Whack Full Track 13 ‘Before the Water ... Parquet Courts Full Track 14 ‘We Appreciate Power’ Grimes feat.... Full Track 15 ‘I Shall Love 2’ Julia Holter Full Track 16 ‘Girls Like You’ Maroon 5 Full Track 17 … [Read more...] about The Top 25 Songs That Matter Right Now
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Mark Feeney Globe Staff November 15, 2018 When “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” came out two years ago, part of the kick was seeing J.K. Rowling’s magic-ing world transposed in time, to the 1920s, and place, to New York. Eddie Redmayne’s charm as Newt Scamander was considerable. Newt was even more Weasley than Potter, with a pinch of Hagrid creature-wrangling thrown in. Yet that transposition was the freshest thing in the movie.Little freshness is to be found in the budding franchise’s numero-duo outing. “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” brings back Redmayne, his love interest Tina (Katherine Waterston), her sister, Queenie (Alison Sudol), and Queenie’s love interest, Jacob (Dan Fogler), who doubles as Newt’s sidekick. It’s nice to see them again. That thick mat of red-hair overhang … [Read more...] about With a barrage of magic, ‘Fantastic Beasts’ is back
Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images Looking for news you can trust?Subscribe to our free newsletters. This story was originally published by the High Country News. It appears here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Like many Westerners, giant sequoias came recently from farther east. Of course, “recent” is a relative term. “You’re talking millions of years (ago),” William Libby said. The retired University of California, Berkeley, plant geneticist has been studying the West Coast’s towering trees for more than half a century. Needing cooler, wetter climates, the tree species arrived at their current locations some 4,500 years ago—about two generations. “They left behind all kinds of Eastern species that did not make it with them, and encountered all kinds of new things in their environment,” Libby said. Today, sequoias grow on the western slopes of California’s Sierra Nevada. Now, it may be … [Read more...] about Should We Relocate Species That Can’t Keep Up With Climate Change?
"Magic: The Gathering Arena" features streamlined play and a well-designed user-interface to give players a fact-paced and fun experience. (Wizards of the Coast) "Magic: The Gathering Arena" lets players pick their Planeswalker avatar. Other features like deck backs could be in the future as well. (Wizards of the Coast) Sound The gallery will resume inseconds "Magic: The Gathering Arena" lets players purchase booster packs using one of its two currencies. One is gold, which is earned in-game, and the other is gems, which is bought using real money. (Wizards of the Coast) "Magic: The Gathering Arena" is as easy to play as "Hearthstone" but it shows off the game's depth with an opponent having agency to block and counterattack. (Wizards of the Coast) "Magic: The Gathering Arena" features several mode of play including Constructed, Limited and exploratory modes comparable to "Hearthstone's" Tavern Brawl. It also has quests that earn gold. (Wizards of the Coast) … [Read more...] about Preview: ‘Magic: The Gathering Arena’ may finally get game right for video games
Corporate social responsibility is gaining currency worldwide. The reasons are not far-fetched, but there is something in it for business owners, too. Ali Faagba Published 12:30 pm, Friday, May 4, 2018 Photo: Hero Images | Getty Images Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Photo: Hero Images | Getty Images Small Businesses That Consider Social Impact Will See One to Their Bottom Line 1 / 1 Back to Gallery A recent survey from America Marketing Association reveals that consumers are exposed to over 10,000 brand messages per day. And anybody with a brain understands that such revelation means for developing brands what desertification means for local farmers. Across the globe today, countries struggle with various disasters -- both natural and man-made -- that bring about insecurity and scarcity and … [Read more...] about Small Businesses That Consider Social Impact Will See One to Their Bottom Line