Two days of HOA in Turks and Caicos

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HER Honors Aretha Franklin With A Spare Soulful Cover Of I Say

first_img H.E.R. Pays Tribute To Aretha Franklin her-honors-aretha-franklin-spare-soulful-cover-i-say-little-prayer Her tribute and many more will air on CBS on March 10 as part of “Aretha! A GRAMMY Celebration For The Queen Of Soul”Ana YglesiasGRAMMYs Mar 1, 2019 – 10:59 am She may be just 21, but rising R&B artist H.E.R. began playing music from a young age while listening to her father’s soul and blues record collection. Now, shortly after earning her first GRAMMY nominations at the 61st GRAMMY Awards, where she went home two wins, including Best R&B Album, H.E.R. is honoring the late Queen Of Soul Aretha Franklin with a paired-down cover of “I Say A Little Prayer.”  NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO Mar 1, 2019 – 10:47 am H.E.R. Honors Aretha Franklin H.E.R. Honors Aretha Franklin With A Spare, Soulful Cover Of “I Say A Little Prayer” Facebook Email News Twitter Following Aretha’s passing last August, the music world united in celebrating her legacy—most recently on the 2019 GRAMMY stage. Now, her admirers and contemporaries are celebrating her life with a star-studded, music-filled memorial.Shortly before the GRAMMYs, the Recording Academy brought together many of these artists to sing Aretha’s praises—and her unforgettable songs—for a powerful tribute concert, airing on March 10 on CBS.H.E.R. chose to sing one of her favorite Aretha covers, “I Say A Little Prayer,” which the singer earned a GRAMMY nomination for at the 11th GRAMMY Awards. (Aretha released her version in 1968, one year after Dionne Warwick originally recorded the timeless track.)”She’s a legend. She inspired, I’m sure, all of the singers that are doing this tribute tonight,” H.E.R. said before the concert. “She’s such an inspiration to me, and this is bringing women together, so it’s really dope to see that as well.”Tune in to hear H.E.R.’s full performance when “Aretha! A GRAMMY Celebration For The Queen Of Soul” airs on Sun., March 10 at 9 p.m. EST / 8 p.m. CT on CBS.Aretha Franklin’s GRAMMY History: Remembering The Queen Of Soullast_img read more

Marine Science Symposium – LIVEBLOG – Sunday

first_imgA brief introduction to the Alaska Marine Science Symposium by liveblogger Steve Heimel, who will be bringing Alaska Public Media live coverage through Thursday, Jan. 28.Bird researcher George Divoky will be one of the keynote speakers.  Here he is headed to Cooper Island for his 41st year of field research last year courtesy of the North Slope Borough.This is the week when a whole lot happens in Arctic science. The latest results from last year’s field season begin to go public, by way of hundreds of speeches, powerpoints and poster presentations before about 800 people in downtown Anchorage. It’s more information than anyone could possibly absorb, but they’ll try. The investigators and students may be exhausted when they return to their laboratories, classrooms and computers, but they’ll have a much better idea of where Alaska science is headed, and where future research dollars are likely to be.The Alaska Marine Science Symposium has grown greatly since it began as a way to compare notes on the damage done by the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill, funded by one of the spill’s lawsuit settlements. In 2002, it became one of the programs of the North Pacific Research Board, funded initially by money bid for offshore oil leases. Its scope expanded from Prince William Sound to the Gulf of Alaska, the Bering Sea, and now the Arctic, with the arrival last weekend of a stack of proposals for more than $7 million in Chukchi and northern Bering Sea research projects, mostly tracking a changing climate and the ecosystem’s response.The changing ecosystem surges increasingly into the headlines these days, with starving seabirds being found far inland, Chinook salmon still in a mysterious decline, and predators and pathogens like PSP and domoic acid expanding to new ranges. Mixed in with all the other science will be the latest data on these and other emerging science issues.To select a few highlights — a high school student reports on the way bowhead whales changed their Beaufort Sea songs a couple of years ago, researchers disclose their discovery of a beluga birthing area at the mouth of the Susitna River, two new algae species were discovered in the Aleutians, a progress report on the first year of the Obama administration’s new emphasis on the Arctic, a presentation on the biological and behavioral benefits of living near or even under water, and one on what has been learned from four decades monitoring a colony of seabirds on an island not far from Barrow.I have been going to these meetings for decades now, and I always come out of them with more and bigger stories than I could possibly report. Maybe blogging will help get the stories out. I’ll be posting throughout the event on as the events unfold.–Steve Heimellast_img read more