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
It’s common to see players who play better for their country rather than their club, but the thing about Paul Pogba is that he’s just an absolute world-beater when he plays for France.
It’s not to say that he’s bad for Man United, but it’s just the case that they rarely see the utterly phenomenal form that he saves for France.
It’s hard to tell the reasons for it, it could simply be that the style of play for France suits him better and perhaps the coach knows how to get the best out of him, or perhaps the Premier
A GALWAY photographer has been announced as the winner of the inaugural ‘Reach for the Stars’ astrophotography competition.
Josh Mathews from Shanbolard, Moyard, Co. Galway has won the competition, organised by the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (DIAS).
His winning photo, To the Waters and the Wild, depicts the night sky over Crocnaraw on the Connemara coast in Co. Galway.
Mr Mathews, a PhD student at University College Dublin (UCD), was selected as the winner by an expert judging panel following a rigorous judging process of over 180 entries.
Two competition runners-up were also selected by the judges – Ciarán
When a person starts creating something, the first thought that he has in his mind is his target audience. The people he wants to impress.
Certainly, the audience plays the biggest role in making a person famous, because they are the ones who will be interacting with you, listening to your music and watching your videos. But it is very difficult to constantly put out high quality content, and please the crowd at the same time. A wide range of the population, include people who enjoy different genres
My fascination with the great designers and couture houses has been a lifelong thing, undoubtedly born of my mother’s stint as a high-end womenswear buyer for a southern California chain of department stores when I was very young.
This was the mid ’70s, when on the other coast New York City was exploding with creativity and ridiculously Good Times. Funnily enough, several people whom I would later in life come to know and in some cases collaborate with were smack dab in the thick of it all. Peter Wise is one of them.
It only took me a day
Garron Staten, a seventh-grade teacher from Logan County, has earned West Virginia Public Broadcasting’s Above and Beyond Award, which recognizes excellence and creativity in West Virginia teachers.
Staten was honored by WVPB during a Man Middle School assembly where he was presented with a monetary award, our signature Blenko Above and Beyond blue apple paperweight, a certificate of recognition, and a host of other special gifts made possible by the sponsorship of Advantage Technology.
“Thank you sincerely to WVPB for all that you do with education for both students and teachers in this state,” Staten said. “I was humbled to