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3 Up-and-Coming Artists You Need to See at Lollapalooza

3 Up-and-Coming Artists You Need to See at Lollapalooza

The Lollapalooza of 2014 is quite a bit different from its original '90s incarnation. What was once a solidly grunge celebration of founder Perry Farrell’s “Alternative Nation” and national tour is now an annual 3-day destination event. This king of music festivals in Chicago features a dizzying array of genres, and while the focus and location of Lollapalooza have changed, the commitment to pairing the best new bands with top-selling acts remains the same. For your perusal, here are 3 up-and-co … Read More

3 Up-and-Coming Artists You Need to See at Lollapalooza
The Lollapalooza of 2014 is quite a bit different from its original '90s incarnation. What was once a solidly grunge celebration of founder Perry Farrell’s “Alternative Nation” and national tour is now an annual 3-day destination event. This king of music festivals in Chicago features a dizzying array of genres, and while the focus and location of Lollapalooza have changed, the commitment to pairing the best new bands with top-selling acts remains the same. For your perusal, here are 3 up-and-co
Students - Listening to Music While Studying Can Help!
Ah, the power of music!  Recent research has found that fast-paced beats can increase your exercise intensity and slow, quiet music can even reduce stress. But what type of music is best to help you study?  Los Angeles teacher Kelly K. shares her findings here...   It is widely accepted that the best environment for concentration is a quiet one; however the majority of students in the US say they prefer to study while listening to music, and in fact the highest achieving students
3 Wonderful Reasons Your Child Should Learn Japanese
When you're considering language studies for your child, don't rule out Japanese lessons. Here, Montgomery, TX teacher Emily G., explains the benefits of learning Japanese...  There are several great reasons for children to learn a second language.  Learning another language can help your child think faster, and help your son or daughter develop effective problem-solving skills. While Japanese may not be the first language that comes to mind when you consider options for your child, th
[Quiz] What Piano Style Are You?
Whether you’ve just started taking piano lessons or you’re simply thinking about it, chances are you’re curious about the different piano styles out there. From jazz to classical to pop, there are tons of different piano styles that you can learn. It all depends on what music you’re particularly drawn to. Your bubbly personality, for example, might be best suited for pop piano. Or perhaps you’re an old soul who’s more into jazz. Whatever your personality, there’s a piano style out there
A Beginner's Guide to Korean Speech Levels
When you're learning Korean, you will be introduced to different Korean speech levels. Each level is used to express a certain amount of respect or courtesy to the person or group you're addressing. Learn the different levels of speech with Korean teacher Bryce J.... Fundamentally, parts of Korean speech are formed by stringing together smaller units to create words and phrases. This idea is seen in many languages, including English. To illustrate this, let’s look at the word needlessl

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