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Hanna is the entertainment and lifestyle editor for CDN. Fan of great movies, legendary music, outdoor activities and cool stuff in general, her opinions, as expressed in her articles, are her own and not necessarily shared by anyone .. anywhere .. ever. Follow Hanna on Twitter: @Hanna_CDN

Conservative Rap Rising in Popularity  

During the past few years, rap music has been growing rapidly in popularity. In the eyes of many, the hip hop industry as a whole might have surpassed rock and roll in terms of popularity. As a result, there are numerous genres of rap music that are popping up all over the place. With lots of subcultures, there is rap ...

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Most Americans Plan to Stay Home this July 4th

Fourth of July

America’s birthday will look very different this year – with more than 60% of us staying home and avoiding gatherings with others. That’s the finding of new Harris Poll data released today as the country heads into the holiday weekend. While citizens remain divided on issues of race, politics and culture, we are united as ever on the importance of ...

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Keep Food Safety in Mind When Eating Outdoors

Family picnic outdoors

Do you have plans to enjoy a picnic, barbeque, or meal under the summer sun? Remember to pack your picnic basket with food safety in mind, as food-borne bacteria that cause food poisoning (also known as food-borne illness) multiply faster in warm weather. Follow these tips to keep your food safe when eating outdoors: Before your picnic Defrost meat, poultry, ...

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Consumers Spend Nearly Seven Hours Per Week Watching Online Video, and Almost Half Subscribe to Two or More OTT Services

Parks Associates announced new research today showing the number of hours per week consumers spend watching online video has almost doubled from 3.6 hours per week in 2017 to nearly seven hours per week in 2020. Set-top Box Innovations and Trends also notes traditional pay-TV service has declined from an adoption rate of 75% to 62% in U.S. broadband households between Q1 2017 and ...

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How to Tell If Your Dog Is Sick?

Can you tell when your dog is not feeling well? Are you able to interpret the signs that he may be sick? If not, don’t feel bad. It can be difficult to tell when a dog is sick. This is true whether or not you’re a first-time pet parent or are an old hand at caring for a dog. The ...

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Quaker Ladies – Houstonia Caerulea

Folks looking for a delicately small and beautiful wildflower plant to decorate their garden with should consider planting Quaker Lady Bluets. The growing conditions and care of this plant are a relatively easy undertaking and will reward owners with beautiful blooms every year. Quaker Lady Bluets are relatively hardy and perennial plants that grow outdoors year-round. They are capable of ...

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Best Instagram Captions for 2020

Looking for some amazing captions for your posts? We have you covered. Captions are a great way to breathe life and personality into your photos. They make your Instagram posts entertaining, engaging and are considered an important extension to what you’ve posted. To make this easier for you we have compiled captions for every mood. They are clever, funny, cute, ...

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Best Series to binge on Netflix in 2020

In this golden era of TV, everybody has to go through the struggle of selecting the best TV show due to several new ones being released every single day. That being said, it could get complicated and time-consuming to look out for the best piece of entertainment in the never-ending sea of countless shows and seasons that Netflix has in ...

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Spring Break Vacation Tips: Know Before You Go

Vacation Travel

TUCSON, Ariz. – The month of March is here, and with it spring break vacation for schools and colleges across Arizona. Many travelers will flock to destinations south of the border, such as Rocky Point (Puerto Peñasco), Mexico. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) wants to ensure travelers enjoy a smooth and efficient processing experience upon their return home from spring break ...

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Things you need to know before visiting London

London is easily one of the most exciting destinations in the world, but there are several things you should know and prepare for before visiting London if you want to get the most out of your trip. Get an Oyster Card As the saying goes, the world is your oyster, in this case grabbing an Oyster Card unlocks public transport ...

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PlayStation Ranked #1 Among Millennials in MBLM’s Brand Intimacy 2020 Study

PlayStation ranked the most intimate brand among millennials, climbing up from the eight spot last year, according to MBLM’s Brand Intimacy 2020 Study, which is the largest study of brands based on emotions, now in its 10th year. Brand Intimacy is defined as the emotional science that measures the bonds we form with the brands we use and love. Among Gen Z, Xbox ...

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Monica Crowley Vindicated of False Plagiarism Accusations from CNN

Monica Crowley is a former Fox News contributor and current spokeswoman for the United States Treasury Department. Early on the Trump Administration, Monica was being strongly considered to join the National Security Council (NSC) under former White House National Security Advisor retired General Mike Flynn. However, shortly after the announcement that Monica was an NSC team candidate, CNN, Politico, and ...

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How to Personalize Your Home Office on a Budget

Many home offices turn into dark spaces that people don’t like working in. We have looked at a few ideas on how you can create an office that is highly functional and has a personal feel to the available space without you needing to spend a fortune. Create a Plan The key to keeping the cost low when setting up ...

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Are the Democrats Impeaching Trump To Cover for Biden?

As congress battles back and forth over whether to impeach President Trump, more information comes to light, politicians backtrack on their support, and then the whole dance begins again. So, what is really going on in the gamble that is impeachment, and why are some people pressing so hard in the Democratic arena to impeach a sitting president? There are ...

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