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Grandma sings Death Metal

Inge Ginsberg became an unlikely rock star when, at the age of 92, she fronted the Tritone Kings, a death metal band, in a European talent contest in 2014, singing her own poetry. She didn’t win, but her spunk and spirit captured worldwide attention. Now 97, the “Death Metal Grandma” and Holocaust survivor is the…

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Can you picture Gratitude? Try here

Practicing gratitude is one of the most powerful tools to increase joy and happiness in your life. It’s also good for your health by lowering blood pressure and heart rate, and by improving sleep, resiliency, and self-esteem.  Want to learn how to do it more than once a year?  Try one of these videos: The…

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Spooky Short Films on Youtube

You don’t have to visit a haunted house or amusement park to get thrills and chills – just fire up your laptop or desktop, turn off all the lights, and check out some of the spookiest short films on Youtube.  These short films span sci-fi, suspense, and horror. The Black Hole: an ordinary office machine…

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Q&A: Digital historian Mary Ann McNair

Historian Mary Ann McNair’s plans for retirement from the  Colorado History Museum (where she coordinated educational materials) were sidetracked when she discovered StoryCenter, formerly the Center for Digital Storytelling, a national effort to use storytelling as a vehicle for reflection, history, education, community mobilization, and advocacy.  The program teaches everyday people how to tell, through music, images…

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