A few nights ago, I was in charge of the remote for a while and decided to see if there was anything on television that I wanted to watch. I proceeded to the lowest channel and went up from there on a mission of discovery. Oh, yeah, don’t they have a channel by that name? Yes, they do, but back to the story: After about ten minutes I reached the limit of my available channels without finding one thing on that I wanted to watch. Why, you ask?
That question occurred to me as well, so I decided to go on a mission of discovery. Whoops, that channel again! Anyway, I proceeded to make a list of every program that was on, and I assigned each program to a specific category or genre. For example, I began with
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[Watch live coverage of the trial on the LawNewz Network, with in-studio legal analysis in the player above when court begins. For a raw feed of the trial, watch in the player below this article.]
The capital murder trial of 28-year-old Quinton Verdell Tellis continues on Thursday. Prosecutors say he’s responsible for the horrific death of 19-year-old Jessica Chambers. Court is expected to start at approximately 10am ET/9am CT in Batesville, Mississippi. At some point in the day, jurors are expected to be brought to important areas outside of court.
A grand jury indicted Tellis for lighting Chambers’ car on fire, leading to her death. Authorities said they discovered her covered in burns on almost her entire body, on December 6, 2014. The charge is capital murder because the victim passed away because of the alleged commission of third-degree arson. District 17 District Attorney John Champion has said prosecutors won’t pursue the death penalty, so if Tellis
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This year’s Lockn’ lineup features the usual suspects — think Widespread Panic, The String Cheese Incident and Phil Lesh, as well as other big names in John Fogerty, The Avett Brothers and Brandi Carlile.
In honor of the festival’s fifth year, here are five acts to watch for throughout the weekend (performances are subject to change):
Greensky Bluegrass, 5:30 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Main Stage
This Michigan quintet has been strumming since 2000, first as a bluegrass trio and now with more of an added electric rock ‘n’ roll flair.
“Their slow burn rise from those casual beginnings to sold-out Red Rocks shows and a main stage spot at Bonnaroo has allowed the band to find a comfortable niche within both the jam and string-band communities without becoming beholden to any one group of fans,” Matt Inman wrote for Relix in March.
The group has been known to play “trad-grass” and covers of everyone from
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Marine life rely on sound to navigate, socialize, and find food and mates, but it’s becoming increasingly difficult for them to hear each other. Noise caused by human activity is now an inescapable threat to their lives.
In the video above from Vox, we hear some of the amazing sounds that underwater creatures make, and learn how they’re impacted by noise pollution.
From leisure boats to industrial seismic blasting, humans have created an extreme situation. It’s hard not to compare it to sound torture, now banned for being cruel and unusual punishment!
If we wouldn’t inflict such pain on our worst enemies, then why are we so ruthless to our neighbors in the sea?
Be sure to watch the video to the end to get to the good news!
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On Jan. 28, around 5:45 a.m., two suspects entered through an unlocked door at Cheder Toras Zev, a small, all-boys Jewish school in Lakewood, and stole a scroll valued at around $70,000, police said.
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