Archive for March, 2017

Latin singer Maluma eyes English music crossover with upcoming album | News

Friday, March 31st, 2017:

Friday, March 31, 2017 6:51 p.m. EDT By Omar Younis LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Already one of the biggest names in Latin music, Colombian pop star Maluma is hoping to cross over to a wider audience with an upcoming album of Spanish and English music. Maluma, the 23-year-old singer from Medellin, Colombia, has already collaborated with some of Latin music’s most successful cross over talents, such as Shakira and Ricky Martin. “I’m trying to find the balance and do like, ‘Spanglish’ music or some songs in Spanish and others in English or do a translation,” Maluma told Reuters at the […] Read More →

Fun Learning Equipment and Educational Products

Friday, March 31st, 2017:

The best way to learn is when the method used is fun. The methods and techniques used should be attractive enough to capture the attention of the child. Children of today are very comfortable with all things technical. They tend to learn faster if the teaching is done with visual aids. Show them something on the television and they will remember it much better than when it is read out to them. More parents are now becoming dependent on such methods of teaching and encourage their children to use them. But this leads to the build-up of plenty of energy […] Read More →

Madison man to hold forum Wednesday at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church aimed at mitigating racism

Friday, March 31st, 2017:

MADISON >> Following in the footsteps of one of his ancestors, resident Don Rankin will hold a forum Wednesday aimed at mitigating racism in today’s society. During the discussion — 7 p.m. at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church — Rankin will chronicle the development of slavery in the United States and recall the heroic efforts of those who championed the abolishment of it. Rankin’s ancestor, the Rev. John Rankin, a Presbyterian minister and abolitionist, was one of the most active conductors of the Underground Railroad. After John Rankin moved to Ripley, Ohio, in 1822, he helped more than 2,000 slaves find […] Read More →

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