to play three games at 2021 Cancun Challenge

TEMPE, Ariz. – The Sun Devil women’s basketball team will be spending Thanksgiving weekend in Mexico where they will play three games in three days at the 2021 Cancun Challenge.
The event, which will take place at the Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya, features four teams in the Mayan Division (Arizona State, Baylor, Fordham and Houston) and six teams in the Riviera Division (UCF, Idaho State, Iowa, Seton Hall, Toledo and USC). 
The Sun Devils will open play at the Cancun Challenge on Thurs., Nov. 25 with a Turkey Day contest against Houston (1:30 p.m. EST/11:30 a.m. MST). The game
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South Shore artists, music students create video blending art forms

A natural synergy exists between art and music. Splashes of color and content mixed with the sound of music and meter provide a rich texture of beauty that is hard find elsewhere in this busy workaday world. The fusion of the two often adds elegance and purpose to the drudgery of everyday life.

The South Shore Youth Conservatory Orchestra and Inky Hands Print Studio and Gallery in Plymouth sought to bring some of that splendor to people. The two worked together to combine art and music into a video of hues and sound to soothe the soul.

Kat LiBretto and Elijah Langille worked together to create a video combining art and music to soothe the soul.

This virtual art

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AMC and BlackBerry Stocks Are Trending on Robinhood: Should You Buy Them?

Currently, AMC Entertainment Holdings (NYSE:AMC) and BlackBerry (NYSE:BB) are two of the most widely held stocks on Robinhood. Both have also garnered a fair amount of support on Reddit, as individual investors have banded together to drive these meme stocks higher.

To that end, shares of AMC and BlackBerry are up 2,230% and 115% this year, crushing the market in both cases. But past gains and popularity aren’t good reasons to buy a stock, at least not by themselves. So let’s take a closer look at both companies.

AMC Entertainment

AMC is the largest theater operator in the world, with

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There’s Big Shoes For Next Gen. To Fill At Gen’l. Stanton Flea Market

“I believe that what we become depends on what our fathers teach us at odd moments, when they aren’t trying to teach us. We are formed by little scraps of wisdom.” ~Umberto Eco


As we welcome Dads to Charlestown’s General Stanton Inn Flea Market, this 2021 Fathers’ Day Weekend, we’re reminded of what big footsteps the next generation has to follow–in learning all the savvy saving and savings techniques their Fathers have honed at this Flea Market over the years!

The General

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Man performs “Take On Me” cover by smacking himself in the face

Take on me, take me on, the bruises will be gone in a day or two.

Take on me, take me on, the bruises will be gone in a day or two.
Photo: RamsesThePigeon

After Weezer lowered the bar for “Take On Me” covers as part of an album filled with new recordings of songs arranged in pretty much the exact same way as their original versions, just about any transformation of the A-ha classic is going to sound groundbreaking. That said, even the most unorthodox take on the track will forever pale in comparison to RamsesThePigeon’s approach, which sees him playing the song using samples generated from him slapping his own face

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Wonderwall exhibit at Danforth at Framingham State University

FRAMINGHAM – Lying on the museum floor, 8-year-old Alice Ploetz told her mother the kaleidoscopic installation twirling above her reminded her of the make-believe girl who fell down a rabbit hole into “Wonderland.”

Her mother, Jessica Roscio, is responsible for bringing together the five eclectic artists who created the imaginary realms displayed in the boundary-bending exhibit “Wonderscape” at the Danforth Art Museum at Framingham State University.

Working mostly in the Bay State, this quintet includes a sculptor, an installation artist, a painter who uses acrylics and another who favors encaustics, and a nontraditional photographer.

More:Wander through history of Boston,

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