Teach Your Ol’ Dad New Music: 13 Young Acts Your Classic Rock Loving Dad Will Enjoy

musicTeach Your Ol’ Dad New Music: 13 Young Acts Your Classic Rock Loving Dad Will Enjoy
You may not be able to teach an old dog new tricks, but it’s possible to teach your good ol’ dad about new music. There’s a really easy formula to help you update your dad’s playlist so it includes something from this millennium: find younger …
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Kansas to Rock Vetter Stone Amphitheater
The Verizon Wireless Center in Mankato has booked another concert for the Vetter Stone Amphitheater. Classic rock band Kansas will perform at the Vetter Stone Amphitheater Wednesday, August 24th. The band is best known for hits ‘Carry On Wayward Son’ and …
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Contraflow to celebrate 10 years of rocking 1970s and ’80s classics with Rock ‘n’ Bowl show
Photo provided — The New Orleans-based band Contraflow recreates arena rock hits of the 1970s and 1980s by the likes of Def Leppard, Foreigner, Rush, Journey and Sammy Hagar. Photo provided — The members of New Orleans-based 1970s and ’80s classic rock …
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West Virginia Votes To Block Science Standards Because They Teach Global Warming

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Beginning this summer, public school students in West Virginia were supposed to learn about human-indu

ced climate change three times — in sixth-grade science, in ninth-grade science, and in a high school elective course on environmental science. Now …
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How killing wolves to protect livestock may backfire
The scientists also figured out whether or not the wolf had belonged to a pack, which consist of a pair of adults and their offspring. Wolves that belonged to packs tended to eat more wild boar and roe deer and less goat and other livestock than did …
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Most of us like to think that we’re independent-minded — we tell ourselves we like Adele’s latest album because it suits our taste, not because millions of other people bought it, or that we vote Democrat because we’re so enlightened, not because all …
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