From the producers of Ancient Aliens and The Curse of Oak Island, hosted and executive produced by Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actor William Shatner (Star Trek, Boston Legal), comes The UnXplained, a one-hour, non-fiction series that explores the world's most fascinating, strange and inexplicable mysteries.

Each episode will feature compelling contributions from scientists, historians, witnesses, and experiencers—each seeking to shed light on how the seemingly impossible actually can happen.

Fridays at 10pm on the History Channel


Town &Country: It's been a long time since Mindhunter's first season debut October 2017. Thankfully, the wait for more serial killer content is almost over. Here's what we know about Mindhunter's upcoming second season.


Jonathan Groff (Holden Ford), Holt McCallany (Bill Tench), and Anna Torv (Dr. Wendy Carr) are all on board for another season. Cameron Britton, whose chilling turn as serial killer Ed Kemper was praised by critics, has yet to reveal if he's also coming back.


David Fincher, the series's co-creator, has confirmed that the Atlanta child murders will feature largely in the season's plot. "You could probably do three seasons on the Atlanta Child Murders," Fincher said on KCRW’s "The Treatment" podcast. "It’s a huge and sweeping and tragic story. We couldn’t do it justice in the background of our nine hours.

We had to choose to dramatize. … [The FBI] are the last guys in, they’re trying to help out something that has its own momentum and politics. It’s a divided battlefield. They’re coming in to throw this federal umbrella over everything to make everyone feel OK about sharing information."

It's unclear if the BTK Killer—the elusive man often featured in season one's opening and closing scenes—will appear. However, given his prominent, unexplained role in the first run, it's likely that he'll resurface. Read More

 AUGUST 16, 2019 



“The Pretenders With Friends” - The Pretenders feat. Chrissy Hynde Performs With Special Guests Iggy Pop, Shirley Manson of Garbage, Kings of Leon and Incubus!

Blu-Ray/DVD/CD package featuring Bonus interviews with Band members, Slide show, Trailers & More!

Grammy Award-winning, multi-platinum selling band The Pretenders featuring the Legendary Chrissy Hynde performs with special guests including Iggy Pop, Shirley Manson of Garbage, Kings of Leon and Incubus, recorded live at the Decades Rock Arena in Atlantic City, NJ.

Songs include “Brass in Pocket”; “Message of Love” by Incubus, "I'm Only Happy When It Rains” by Shirley Manson, “Precious”; “Candy” by Iggy Pop and Chrissy Hynde", “Talk of the Town”; “Back on the Chain Gang”; “Drive” by Incubus; “Mystery Achievement", "Fools Must Die" by Iggy Pop, and "Middle Of The Road" encore performance featuring The Pretenders with Iggy Pop, Incubus, Kings Of Leon and Shirley Manson.

Decades Rock Live is an innovative live concert series that features performances by celebrated artists from rock to soul who have influenced popular music over the last 50 years, as well as performances from some of today's hottest recording acts who have been inspired by these legends. This 75 Minute concert program was filmed in Hi-Definition and is presented in Stereo and 5.1 Surround Audio.

Track Listing:
01 ”The Wait”
02 “The Losing”
03 “Back In The Chain”
04 “Talk Of The Town”
05 “I’m Only Happy When It Rains”
06 “Day After Day”
07 “Bucket”
08 “Up The Neck”
09 “Drive”
10 “Message Of Love”
11 ”Precious”
12 “Fools Must Die”
13 “Candy”
14 “Mystery Achievement”
15 ”Brass In Pocket”
16 “Middle Of The Road”

Bonus Materials
DVD includes Bonus interviews with Band members, Slide show, Trailers & More! Includes a CD also!



The stresses and strains of recent events are now coming to a close, very soon the troubles of those events will be behind you and you can once again look forward with optimism to a brighter future.

You have learned from this experience as it has forced you to examine different options and try different approaches when dealing with personal difficulties. As a result of this you have found the right path and this particular test can now be put behind you.

Recent events may have taught you valuable life lessons and aided your spiritual growth. The person who ran into certain issues is not the same person who leaves them behind. Knowledge and wisdom have been gained. Fiona



So you want to pick up a new instrument? That’s one of the best things you can do for yourself. It’s okay if you feel overwhelmed; entering the music realm is something that is completely new for you. It’s normal to seek help at the beginning; we all need guidance when we’re standing on unfamiliar grounds. But, just like anything else, playing a new instrument needs practice, patience, and dedication. These are the basic things that you need to do, especially that you are just starting out. Later on, you won’t feel like you’re exerting any effort when you’re used to your musical routine.

Getting the Instrument

When you have chosen an instrument, let it introduce itself to you. Meaning, don’t just pick an instrument out of interest and blindly decide that this is the one you are going to play. It’s the same thing when you meet a new person or a potential pet, you don’t just let them into your life without a solid introduction about them, and then if you connect with them you obviously let them into your life. So, for instance, if you choose to play the guitar don’t stop there. Get to know its family. The guitar comes from the string family, which includes violin, ukulele, acoustic and electric guitar, and the cello. If you feel connected to the instrument and how it feels like, you could maybe learn how to play any instrument from the string family in the future.

Take lessons

There are a lot of people who like to be self-taught and enjoy teaching themselves, and there are other people who don’t. It’s alright if you feel this way, especially if you are a new piano student. If you still didn’t get the hang of playing the piano and feel as though you constantly need reassurance, then maybe it’s time for you to look up a piano teacher near me on Google. Besides, getting a lesson from a specialized person is much better than learning on your own. Music tutors can help you with professional tips; they’ll spot bad habits that you’re developing while playing your instrument and guide you in the right direction.

Choose a genre

It’s essential that you pick a specific tone or genre to stick with when you’re starting out. Here’s the thing, when you’re still taking your baby steps with an instrument, your ears are familiarizing themselves with the sound that each key produces. Same genre songs have the same sound to them, which is going to help you learn faster. Changing between genres is not the best thing you can do when you’re just starting out; you can do that when you feel like you have a good grip on your instrument and you know your way around a certain genre.

Learning how to play an instrument isn’t such a hard thing to do; all you have to do is to take it one day at a time and play it every day. Dedication is key, especially when you’re in a new territory. Make sure you feel connected to your instrument and that you love the way it sounds. Familiarize yourself with your instrument and its family as well. Start looking for tutors if you feel like you need to take lessons. And, finally, don’t forget to pick a genre and play it until you’ve mastered your way around it.



Locally raised artists like Iggy Pop, the MC5 and Alice Cooper make Detroit one of the preeminent stops for any musical historian looking to revisit the roots of rock and roll, but so many other U.S. cities also offer rare opportunities to embrace music’s long and winding road. Road trips are on the rise again, and they allow folks to make musical pilgrimages to distinct parts of the country to celebrate past sounds. For those looking for a rock and roll driving adventure that relives the classic 1960s sound scene away from the sweltering Motor City summer, venture west for historical sights in a comfortable, cool climate.

The Rolling Stones Still Gather No Moss

Start your musical journey in the tiny town of Tracy, California, about 90 minutes east of San Francisco, where the site of the infamous 1969 Rolling Stones concert at the now-defunct Altamont Speedway took place. The chaos of that hastily organized free concert turned deadly when the Hells Angels bikers, who were paid in booze for security detail, notoriously stabbed one concertgoer to death as he tried to rush the stage, which was eerily caught on film in the legendary Gimme Shelter documentary.

To bring this scenic road trip full circle, make sure you’re driving a car that will comfortably meet all your needs as you meander up the 101 Freeway: make sure you enjoy the ride along the pristine Pacific coastline; the journey is part of the fun. You'll arrive a leisurely couple days later in Seattle where Mick Jagger and the Stones will perform live on August 14, 2019 at CenturyLink Field.

Rock Along The Road

As you travel to Seattle, take a detour over to the 5 Freeway, driving about 90 minutes north of the Altamont site to Represa, California, and tour Folsom State Prison where Johnny Cash performed his most famous concert for inmates in 1968. When finally arriving in Seattle, seek out the birth home and final resting place of guitar legend Jimi Hendrix at Greenwood Memorial Park in Renton, Washington. Of course, no rock road trip to the Pacific Northwest would be complete without embracing the grunge movement that began in Seattle in the early 90s, with a trip to the house where Nirvana leader Kurt Cobain lived and tragically died by his own hand.

Like the traveling musical artists we embrace, hitting the highway on a rocking road tour is the best way to honor the history of rock and roll. Cruising up the west coast from Northern California to Seattle offers a memorable snapshot of iconic musical moments and famous lives sadly cut short. Exploring the past puts the present into perspective, and assures that rock and roll will never die.



Physically, a solar eclipse is a celestial event that happens around two to five times a year when the sun, moon, and earth align in such a way that the sun will appear to go behind the moon. Spiritually, eclipses are times when change can happen swiftly and unexpectedly.

Solar eclipses are like supercharged new moons, but there is also unexplainable magic and mystery to them. New moons are a time of planning and planting. New moon rituals can help us harness the new moon's energy. While you can’t control eclipses, you can be open to what comes in and accept what needs to leave your life. READ MORE


The Nine of Cups shows feelings of joy, satisfaction, pleasure, and overall contentment. Its presence is indicative of a bright future brimming with good times, bliss, and a period of your wishes all being granted.

What you will gain is a time for great socializing.

You will be the center of attention and all your relationships, professional and personal, will be happy and fulfilling.


When James Brown died on Christmas Day 2006 at age 73, officials at Atlanta's Emory University Hospital Midtown listed his cause of death as congestive heart failure related to pneumonia. More than a decade later, however, at least a dozen people — including Dr. Marvin Crawford, the physician who signed Brown's death certificate — have come forward to express their doubts in that pronouncement.

"He changed too fast," Crawford, who didn't believe the three-time Grammy winner died of natural causes, revealed in an interview with CNN, also noting that he'd recommended an autopsy but Brown's daughter Yamma declined. "He was a patient I would never have predicted would have coded. ... But he died that night, and I did raise that question: What went wrong in that room?"

Brown received a visit from a 'male stranger' prior to his sudden death

For his part, Dr. Crawford recalls Brown being admitted to the hospital on December 23 with “symptoms of early congestive heart failure and signs of a mild heart attack.” Brown's urine also allegedly tested positive for cocaine, and after giving him oxygen, IV diuretics and ACE inhibitors, Crawford said the funk singer "improved fast" and "probably could have walked out of the hospital if he wanted."

The physician says when he left the hospital on December 24 to spend Christmas Eve with his family, all seemed well — but late that night, he received a phone call from the hospital that Brown's heart had stopped. By the time he had returned to work, Brown was dead. READ MORE

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