Products featured are independently selected by our editorial team and we may earn a commission from purchases made from our links; the retailer may also receive certain auditable data for accounting purposes. As we spend more time listening in to virtual meetings, taking virtual classes , or just utilizing headphones more during the Covid-19 pandemic, there may be unintended damage being done to our ears. Constantly being plugged in while sheltering in place or turning up the volume to not get distracted by family members can have a long-term impact on your hearing. Even the best wireless earbuds for working at home can potentially contribute to other issues, such as headaches and ear pain, and you might not even realize it. “I’ve actually seen a number of patients who have noticed changes in their hearing, likely as a result of using their earbuds for prolonged hours while working,” says Dr. Erich Voigt, Associate Professor of Otolaryngology — Head & Neck Surgery, … [Read more...] about Can Wearing Headphones Cause Hearing Loss and Headaches?
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The late Nina Simone ’s younger brother, Sam Waymon, who played in her band for years, joined our Rolling Stone Music Now podcast for a uniquely intimate look at his legendary sister’s life and music. In a discussion with host Brian Hiatt and David Browne (who wrote about Simone’s enduring influence ), Waymon discussed Simone’s civil rights activism, her famous performance three days after the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., the development of her genre-blurring style, her difficult later years, and much more. “Nina didn’t trust many people,” he said, discussing what it was like to back her in concert. “You don’t mess with her music. You either could play it or you couldn’t. She had high standards, yes. But if you want to call yourself a musician, then you should appreciate those standards.” Related Stories Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis: How Janet Jackson Made Her Greatest Hits Brittany Howard on Nina Simone: 'She Was Herself, No Matter How Complicated' … [Read more...] about Hear Our Podcast on the Greatness of Nina Simone
The much-awaited second teaser of The Priest , the upcoming Mammootty starrer is finally out on social media platforms. As expected, The Priest teaser 2 has shed some light to the character played by Mammootty in the movie. The second teaser has revealed that Mammootty is playing the role of Fr. Benedict in the Jofin T Chacko directorial. The Priest Official Teaser 2 https://t.co/TDLJwUvip7 — Mammootty (@mammukka) February 27, 2021 From The Priest teaser 2, it is evident that Mammootty's character Fr. Benedict is a former priest, who has a special interest in crime investigations. The 1.07 minutes long teaser hints that the highly anticipated thriller revolves around three suicides that happen under mysterious circumstances, and Fr. Benedict who gets involved in the investigation. Mammootty, who plays Fr. Benedict has simply set the screen on fire with his magnificent presence in the second teaser. It is now confirmed that … [Read more...] about The Priest Teaser 2 Is Out: Mammootty Sets The Screens On Fire As Fr. Benedict!
Exclusive Details Getty 10:24 AM PT -- Mary's cause of death is hypertensive atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease, according to the Clark County Coroner. In other words, she died from high blood pressure brought on by artery blockages. Mary Wilson , a founding member of The Supremes, the group that not only racked up one of the most impressive string of hits in music history but also helped break the color barrier, has died. Mary's longtime publicist, Jay Schwartz , said she passed suddenly at her home in Henderson, Nevada. We're told she was fine just days ago. The cause of death is unknown. It's impossible to overstate the impact and popularity of The Supremes. They hit like a nuclear bomb in the '60s with a string of chart-topping songs, beginning with "Where Did Our Love Go," and then "Baby Love," "Stop! In the Name of Love," "You Can't Hurry Love," "Reflections," "I Hear a Symphony," "Love Child," "Someday We'll Be Together" and on and on and on. … [Read more...] about Supremes Co-Founder Mary Wilson Dead at 76
Spike TV will celebrate the work of legendary action movie star David Carradine with a marathon featuring some of his iconic characters on Saturday, June 13 (2:00pm-3:00am ET/PT). A Golden Globe and Emmy-nominated actor who was given a star on Hollywood Blvd's "Walk of Fame," Carradine's career spanned five decades with dozens of memorable roles ranging from the Kung Fu television series (1972-1975) to Quentin Tarantino's classic Kill Bill films. Carradine also appeared in the highly-rated Spike TV original film, Kung Fu Killer , last August. "This action-packed marathon is our way of paying homage to one of the most unforgettable martial arts action heroes in film and television history," said John Griffin, vice president, programming, Spike TV. "The David Carradine Movie Marathon" includes the following: SATURDAY, JUNE 13 2:00pm Kill Bill Vol. 1 The Bride (Uma Thurman) is a female assassin, a trained killer who has been betrayed by The Deadly Viper Assassination … [Read more...] about Spike TV Sets Up a David Carradine Movie Marathon