The Allman Brothers Band just recently opened up their archives and pulled out a gem, as the band released Live From A&R Studios, a live radio concert held at A&R Studios in New York, NY on August 26, 1971. The performance featured a number of tributes to King Curtis, who had recently passed away after being murdered, and brothers Duane and Gregg Allman are in top form.Fortunately, the album is available to be streamed in full via Spotify. Tune in to the nine-track album below, which includes a number of classic cuts like “Statesboro Blues,” “One Way Out,” “In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed,” and more.You can stream it below, or head to Spotify.
Lifting the Premier League trophy without fans there to see it would be a “pretty strange” experience, Liverpool’s Jordan Henderson has said.Liverpool need just six points from their remaining nine games to win the league for the first time in 30 years but there is still no clear date on when the season will resume after it was suspended in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.Fans will not be allowed to attend games in line with the government’s protocols for the return of elite sport. “Of course it would feel different because if you win any trophy and receive it without any fans there, it would be pretty strange,” club captain Henderson told BBC Radio.”It’s still not over, we still have work to do … We want to finish as strongly as we can to make sure it is a full season.”After that, whether we win it or whatever, then (receiving) the trophy and the fans not being there … You just have to deal with it when it comes.”Clubs began training in small groups last week and will vote later on Wednesday on whether to move to the second phase of ‘Project Restart’ which would allow players to resume close-contact trainingTopics :
Tweet Share Photo credit: cafepress.comNearly everyone has been burned at some point in life, either by a stove, a curling iron, a too-hot latte… or an object of our affection. Turns out, both kinds of burn are biologically similar. According to science. (You know, actual science.)A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science reports that, according to CNN, “the same brain networks that are activated when you’re burned by hot coffee also light up when you think about a lover who has spurned you.” The study was conducted using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) on 40 people subjected to a heat source on their left arm akin to a scalding cup of coffee with no sleeve on it, and also separately given a photo of a lost love and prompted to talk about their memories of specific experiences with their exes. The imaging scans showed strikingly similar activity in the same brain networks across both stimuli — physical and emotional.So, what does it all mean? Basically, the pain of a breakup is real. And just like you’d treat a skin burn to help it heal and leave as slight a scar as possible, you can essentially do the same for the kind of burn that’s closer to the heart. As a physical burn starts to heal, you don’t keep messing with it and subjecting it to all sorts of things that just make it worse, right? Of course not. You treat it and dress it and leave it alone to let it run its course. So when you’ve just been emotionally hurt, why keep pressing the bruise, tearing away the scab and preventing yourself from getting better?The takeaway: when dealing with a breakup, it’s possible to expedite your recovery by addressing it head-on instead of exacerbating it with repeated exposure to the root of your pain. So, no more drunk texting/dialing/emailing/facebook stalking. No more pining away for the ex instead of focusing on more positive things. Pain is inevitable after a breakup. But how you choose to handle it is up to you, and as with physical recovery from a burn, the more you respect the process of getting better and focus on helping the pain go away, the faster it will.by PinkKisses.com 53 Views no discussions Sharing is caring! Share Share Food & DiningLifestyle Study: Skin burns, heartbreak are actually similar. by: – July 19, 2011
Andrew Boguslawski, admitted to explosive charges in Ohio.An attorney for a Moores Hill man who pleaded guilty to having explosive devices in his car in Ohio is asking for a lighter sentence.Andrew Boguslawski was arrested after he was stopped for speeding by an Ohio state trooper on I-70 on New Year’s Day.Prosecutors said he had nine unregistered bombs in his car and four devices that be converted into explosives.He admitted to the charges earlier this year and now his lawyer is seeking a reduced sentence.Defense attorney Steve Nolder is asking for credit for time served in the county jail followed by 18 months of house arrest. Nolder said his defendant is not a future threat to society and the sentence would ensure he is rehabilitated.Boguslawski could be sentenced up to 10 years in prison and receive a $250,000 fine. The hearing is scheduled for Aug. 8 in federal court in Columbus.