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Mick Jagger gets political with two newly released tracks

Mick Jagger gets political with two newly released tracks

Two brand new songs from the legendary Rolling Stones frontman have been released, each with a political message. Jagger, in an interview with Rolling Stone said that he penned the tracks in response to “anxiety [and] unknowability of the changing political situation. We obviously have a lot of problems. So am I politically optimistic?…No.” “Gotta Get a…

San Francisco and Oakland top list of worst cities to drive in

San Francisco and Oakland top list of worst cities to drive in

Photo by Henner Zeller, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wiki. Traffic and driving go hand in hand with rage and a resentment for everyone else on the road, so why do we do it so much? Although public transportation and alternative methods of getting from one place to another have never been more popular, “comfort and reliability”…

SFMOMA will text you art based on your mood

SFMOMA will text you art based on your mood

Skip the lines: there’s a new way to connect with the SFMOMA’s extensive art collection, and it’s on-demand. San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) rolled out a new texting service that gives you a tiny peek into the museum’s massive collection. Send the keywords ‘send me’ followed by a word or emoji to 572-51…

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Author Archives: Edward Tom

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Mick Jagger gets political with two newly released tracks

Mick Jagger gets political with two newly released tracks

Two brand new songs from the legendary Rolling Stones frontman have been released, each with a political message. Jagger, in an interview with Rolling Stone said that he penned the tracks in response to “anxiety [and] unknowability of the changing political situation. We obviously have a lot of problems. So am I politically optimistic?…No.” “Gotta Get a…Continue Reading

SFMOMA will text you art based on your mood

SFMOMA will text you art based on your mood

Skip the lines: there’s a new way to connect with the SFMOMA’s extensive art collection, and it’s on-demand. San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) rolled out a new texting service that gives you a tiny peek into the museum’s massive collection. Send the keywords ‘send me’ followed by a word or emoji to 572-51…Continue Reading