Daily Archive: June 11, 2022

Block explicit lyrics in music subscription services

A while back I offered advice on choosing the best music service for your family, with an eye toward convenience, versatility and especially price.

One important consideration I completely forgot was explicit lyrics. Given that pretty much every modern song contains bad language (that’s right, I said it — now get off my lawn!), parents might want the option of blocking those songs, or at least making sure clean versions are played instead.

Good news: Most major music-streaming services have an explicit-lyrics filter. Here’s a look at the options and, where applicable, how to enable them.

Amazon Music


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Japanese Canadian artist Kellen Hatanaka tackles issues of identification and the Asian Canadian working experience through a multidisciplinary apply consisting of painting and sculpture. His most current get the job done centres around the tale of the Vancouver Asahi baseball crew which emerged from humble beginnings in 1914 and had been energetic until finally 1941 when they ended up disbanded due to the forced elimination of Canadians of Japanese ancestry from coastal British Columbia subsequent occasions of the Next Earth War. The decline of the Asahi was a reduction of Japanese Canadian id and a image of hope for equality

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Orville Peck Opens Up About His Country Music Journey

Since releasing his debut album Pony in 2019, country singer Orville Peck has become known for hiding his face behind his signature fringed mask, but also for laying his heart out in his music.

In 2020, he released a duet with Shania Twain called “Legends Never Die,” and later teamed with Trixie Mattel for a rendition of the Johnny Cash/June Carter classic “Jackson.” He also put his own country-tinged spin on Lady Gaga’s 2011 hit “Born This Way,” and released a series of followup EPs leading up to this year’s full-length album Bronco.

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Peck recently opened

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Vesterheim’s new exhibit features photography by National Geographic Explorer Erika Skogg

DECORAH — Check out Vesterheim, the Nationwide Norwegian-American Museum and Folk Artwork College, for a new exhibit, “Scandinavian American: Photography by National Geographic Explorer Erika Skogg,” opening Saturday.

This show is a selection of pics by Skogg, which was part of a job funded by the Countrywide Geographic Society. The pics depict the way of life, celebrations and traditions of Scandinavian-American communities all over the Midwest.

Servers Kara Caldecott and Betsy Cornelius arrive to get the job done at Al Johnson’s Swedish Restaurant in Sister Bay, Wis. Stop by Vesterheim, the National Norwegian-American Museum and People Art School, for a

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