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Welcome to the Frequent Miler Week In Review series. Every Saturday we recap what you might have missed from Frequent Miler during the week. Enjoy! This Week From Frequent Miler Prestige 50K offer hanging on by a thread. Still possible...Show More Summary

Music Review: On The King Of Whys, Owen’s the best it’s ever been

Draw a line down the middle of Owen’s discography and you’ll find two distinctly different Mike Kinsellas. Having started the project in 2001 following the breakup of American Football, Kinsella took to recording albums all by himself, sometimes in his old bedroom at his mom’s house. Show More Summary

The Chris Robinson Brotherhood Offer Free Flowing Gems On ‘Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

It does no disservice to The Chris Robinson Brotherhood to describe their latest album as a transitional work. Recorded in the process of shifting personnel, the eight tracks that comprise Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel soundShow More Summary

Music Review: On Hypercaffium Spazzinate, the Descendents sound as vital as ever

The Descendents have never been concerned with working on any timeline but their own. The band’s lengthy periods of inactivity rival its time making records and touring, driven home by the fact that, though it’s existed for nearly four decades, it’s only released six studio albums. Show More Summary

Movie Review: A former football pro documents his struggle with ALS in Gleason

The postmodern practice of recording every aspect of your daily life for posterity certainly has its downsides, but it’s also what makes a movie like Gleason possible. This Amazon Studios-produced documentary follows the everyday routines...Show More Summary

THE NEW YORK TIMES THE LAST TIME THERE WAS A BIG POLITICAL EMAIL HACK: Help Us Review the Sarah Pal…

THE NEW YORK TIMES THE LAST TIME THERE WAS A BIG POLITICAL EMAIL HACK: Help Us Review the Sarah Palin E-Mail Records. And as James Taranto notes, in 2011 Palin wasn’t even a candidate, just a former governor and liberal hate object.

News Roundup: Hiring

David Rolf righteously demolishes the record of neighborhood councils ($). Yonah Freemark reviews the transportation platforms of the federal parties and candidates. Spoiler alert: the Democrats are better. Sammamish Council split on ST3; comments narrowly focus on Sammamish, not thinking as a subarea, much less a region. Show More Summary

The youthful miller - Schubert's Die schöne Müllerin from Robert Murray

Schubert Die schöne Müllerin; Robert Murray, Andrew West; Stone Records Reviewed by Robert Hugill on Jul 20 2016 Star rating: 4.0 Vigorous and characterful account of Schubert's first great song-cycle This new disc of Schubert's 1823 song cycle Die schöne Müllerin on Stone Records sees tenor Robert Murray and pianist Andrew West performing the work. Show More Summary

If You Want A Reason To Keep Your Medical Records To Just Those You Really Trust This Is It!

This appeared a few days ago:Terror review to consider giving spy agencies access to mental health records, Malcolm Turnbull saysJuly 22, 20169:53amKARA VICKERY News Corp Australia NetworkPRIME Minister Malcolm Turnbull has confirmed...Show More Summary

Album Review: Gucci Mane – Everybody Looking

Guwop's first record post-prison comes only about a month after his release and feels rushed.

Heart – Beautiful Broken [Album Review]

Heart – Beautiful Broken 2016, Concord Records Buy the album Beautiful Broken Two Sweet Darlin’ I Jump Johnny Moon Heaven City’s Burning Down On Me One Word Language of Love Band: Ann Wilson – Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals Nancy Wilson – Guitar, Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals Craig Bartock – Guitar Dan Rothchild – Bass, Moog […]

Campaign Week in Review: Republican National Convention Edition

The Trump family's RNC claims about crime and the presidential candidate's record on gender equality have kept fact-checkers busy. The post Campaign Week in Review: Republican National Convention Edition appeared first on Rewire.

Log your journeys with GPX Viewer and Recorder for Windows 10

GPX Viewer and Recorder logs your travels and lets you map them out and save them for future reference or review. Available for Windows 10 PC and Mobile, GPX Viewer and Recorder can come in handy while on hikes, visiting a new city,Show More Summary

Music Review: On This Is Gap Dream, Gabe Fulvimar learns uncertainty is part of adulthood

On This Is Gap Dream, his third full-length offering for Burger Records, Gabe Fulvimar, who records as Gap Dream, showcases a new breadth and depth. It sounds like reaching this territory has taken its toll on him. This Is Gap Dream is about personal reinvention and, by extension, musical reinvention. Show More Summary

Digital Record Pool Spotlight: BPM Supreme Review

In today's review, DJTT's resident record pool expert Nick James takes a closer look at BPM Supreme. Since the last round up, their service has gone through major updates that make it even better for working DJs. It's also one of the only record pools with audio and video files for download. Show More Summary

Review: Strike Industries’ Strike Forward Assist

If you follow the blog you are well aware of what Strike Industries brings to the table, a track record of providing innovative and well built AR-15 accessories at a very reasonable price. They have started shipping the Strike forward...Show More Summary

Album Review: Glenn Davis – Waves & Webs

Way Yes founder strikes out on his own for a gloriously weird, weirdly glorious debut record.

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  Jennie Abrahamson: In the July 19 Calendar section, a review of Peter Gabriel and Sting’s concert at the Hollywood Bowl misspelled backing vocalist Jennie Abrahamson’s first name as Jenny. Kit Harington: In the July 15 Calendar section, a photo caption with an article about the Emmy nominations...

Jeff Beck Makes His Guitar Voice Forever Memorable on ‘Loud Hailer’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

Kudos to Jeff Beck for being willing to try new things rather than simply recycle the signature jazz-rock amalgam he honed on Blow by Blow and Guitar Shop. On his last two records, You Had It Coming and Jeff, he’s worked with musicians,...Show More Summary

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