T-Pain reveals music services streaming payments, highest Napster

Getty Image / Kevin Winter / Getty Images for iHeartMedia Singer T-Pain has sparked tens of thousands of reactions with a viral tweet highlighting how small musical artists are paid on streaming services. Twitter users were very shocked that Napster still exists. the Bartender The singer shared an infographic of …

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Local spots are getting ready for New Years celebrations

AUGUSTA, Ga (WRDW / WAGT) – We know that omicron is probably putting the brakes on some of your plans for New Years Eve, but there are plenty of local places still planning to celebrate. CSRA businesses and organizations are busy preparing for New Years Eve. In fact, we spoke …

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Schenectady’s photographer to move into new studio space – The Daily Gazette

SCHENECTADY – Kristen Bordonaro had one modest goal when she opened a small photo studio in her living room 11 years ago: to earn enough money to cover the monthly car payment. Today, Bordonaro’s studio, Sophia Sabella Photography, is the sole source of income for the single mother of three, …

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“No culture, no future”: Belgian artists denounce the rules of the virus | Economic news

BRUSSELS (AP) – Thousands of Belgian artists, cinema operators, event planners and others gathered on Sunday to protest the government’s decision to shut down the country’s cultural life to stem the spread of the burgeoning variant of omicron. Waving posters reading “The show must continue” or “No culture, no future”, …

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On Christmas Eve, residents of Everett find community at water points

EVERETT – Deek Slovek missed Christmas last year. Everett’s man said he lived alone and didn’t watch TV, so the day passed without him realizing it. “I was like ‘you know for Christmas I’m going to do this …’ then I realized Christmas was yesterday,” he said. “I was hiding …

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Letter from British officer on World War I recounts how the hare was hunted by British and German troops

It was the meetings that reminded British and German soldiers of their shared humanity amid immense bloodshed. During the Christmas period of the first year of World War I in 1914, widespread unofficial ceasefires saw opposing sides walk through the trenches to talk, express their festive wishes, and even play …

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The Ellicottville Photographer is a bright light for families living with a diagnosis

Nadine Saviano created her non-profit organization “God Winks” in 2015. Since then, she has helped hundreds of families, including those in Pitillo, Moorhouse and Ostrander. ELLICOTTVILLE, NY – Even the most infectious smile can’t beat the one Greg and Becky Pitillo almost didn’t. “They didn’t think (Nathan) was going to …

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