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How To Make Your Morning Commute Bearable

Mondays are hard for everyone. After a long weekend, taking the train or driving to work can seem like an unbearable task. The traffic and overcrowded subways are enough to drive anyone mad. However, we have found some tips that may make your life a whole lot easier.  Don't Snooze: If you press the snooze button often, this will throw your body's alarm clock off schedule. A change in your sleep pattern will put you in a bad mood and leave you feeling tired for the whole week.  Eat Smarter:  Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. If you're on the go and don't have time to make a huge breakfast, that's fine. Foods like oatmeal, whole wheat...

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PAWW TALK: Youtube star Rudy Currence tells us how he began his career in singing

Meet Rudy Currence. He is a Youtube artist with an amazing voice and story. He is best known for his cover of Miguel’s Adorn. The video has been played a whopping 980,000+ times. Help Rudy get to a million plays by checking out his YouTube video.   Rudy first discovered he could sing at the age of 3. “I sang ‘Deck The Halls’ for my Pre-School Christmas program. I think that's when my family discovered that I could sing,” Rudy remembers. At the age of 6, Rudy learned how to play the piano. He’s been singing ever since. Singers like Whitney Houston, Usher and Diana Ross were known to have began singing in churches. Rudy is no different. “My brother Mykal Star and I...

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Why do headphone cables get tangled?

How many times have you encountered this situation; you go to work or school in the morning, store your earbuds in your bag, and by the evening when you take them out, they look like a jumbled mess? You will be spending the next 10 minutes cursing and untangling them. The problem is so common, that someone has actually devised a sport around it called SpeedCabling. But why do cables get tangled? We decided to investigate. According to an article in LiveScience, scientists at University of California, San Diego performed experiments to help them understand how knots form, and how best to avoid them. They found that knots in cables are caused by the free end waving through the concentric...

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PAWW TALK: Alex Serra's "Etta James" Cover Goes Viral

Ever get the instant chills by hearing someone sing? Meet Alex Serra. He is a singer currently living in South Africa. We came across his "At Last" cover by Etta James on Youtube (240,000+ plays). Listen to it and I promise you will get what I mean by "instant chills." We were lucky enough to interview Alex and figure out what some stuff about his background. "I remember being seven, living in Pittsburgh with my family, and my parents would always tune to this radio station called 'Wish for Lovers'. Amazing soulful classics came out of the radio- Aretha, Stevie, Donna, Whitney, voices that would sooth my soul. In my attempts to imitate the growls, falsettos and delicate vibes of...

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PAWW TALK: Olly Chamberlain's Youtube Cover Gets 140K Plays

Youtube has always been a platform singers could use to get their names out. People like Justin Bieber would be nowhere without it. Meet Olly Chamberlain, a young and talented singer from London. His latest youtube video has been played 140,000+ times. We were lucky enough to interview Olly and discuss some of his inspirations.  "I was always singing as a kid. It was many years later when I discovered my own voice. I was 14 when my brother told me I sounded interesting. He's the closest person to me so when he said I could sing, I believed him" says Olly.  At his age, we wondered what were some of Olly's inspirations. He had some pretty smooth tastes. He mentions...

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