The Voice 2018 …. “🎼🥂🎼 Judges Channel Vintage Vegas in Throwback Promo 🎼🥂🎼 …. “!!


~~April 14, 2018~~ 


I am an ardent fan.

This season is amazing.

The contestants are incredibly talented.

Kelly Clarkson is doing a great job and Alicia Keys is back.

Enjoy this trip down memory lane.

Love it!




Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, Alicia Keys and Adam Levine share Sinatra and Simone classics in the B&W clip

By Scott T. Sterling

The stars of The Voice are throwing it back to the Rat Pack

Alicia Keys, Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson and Adam Levine have teamed up for a stylish new promo clip featuring the singers taking on retro classics in a throwback nightclub setting

The stylized black & white video opens with Levine and Shelton trading onstage banter at the Las Vegas Sands Casino before launching into a spirited take on jazz standard “Fly Me to the Moon,” best known as performed by Frank Sinatra.

Clarkson and Keys are seen enjoying the show in the audience before Levine welcomes them to the stage. The pair team up for a sultry rendition of Nina Simone‘s “Feeling Good.”


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~~The Coaches Go Vintage Vegas~~

Digital Exclusive

~~Published on Feb 21, 2018~~

Adam Levine and Blake Shelton duet on “Fly Me to the Moon,” and Kelly Clarkson and Alicia Keys perform an amazing version of “Feeling Good.”

The Voice 2018 


Puerto Rico a country or a state!

‘ The constitution was formally adopted by Puerto Rico on July 25, 1952, the 54th anniversary of the U.S. invasion.’ … I say “A COUNTRY … NOT A STATE” …!!

Shechaim's News of the Day

Our government must allow a vote from the citizens of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Country or State no third choice.
and then back off and give in to their wishes.
While we are at it, back off the ridiculous debt made for the most part by this government!
And this is why it should be.

In 1776 a ragtag group of citizens went to war against an overpowering overlord (the King of the British Isles), to become a free country!
Why should this country overlord any other country or territory?
These inlands are not a country or a state.
However, at times a non willing possession!
Puerto Rico’s Complicated History with the United States
It all started with
the Spanish-American War,
which began in the spring of 1898, when Puerto Rico was a Spanish territory.

The U.S. invaded Puerto Rico not only because it was a…

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Saturday Serenity: Carrying Kindness

Beautiful photos … amazing message!!

The Chicago Files

– courtesy

One of my favorite topics to write about is kindness.  The post I did last November called, “Sunday Serenity:  A Little Bit of Kindness Does Matter” was an experience that I still cherish and yet I could have missed this ‘kindness opportunity’ had I simply continued to scurry along in my quest to get home. Sometimes we get so wrapped up in our own little worlds that it’s extremely easy to miss the opportunities to show kindness to others.  I have often heard people talk about showing kindness to others, but that they didn’t receive any in return from that person.

Here is what I think:  I feel that the actual act of kindness in and of itself is what is important.  It isn’t necessarily a ‘must have’ to experience reciprocation from the individual with whom you shared a kindness moment.  When you are kind to…

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On Voters Not Voting – Part III: Solutions

The only way … ‘It is up to We The People, for we cannot rely on the government to work toward increasing voter turnout. We need some new blood … let’s make it happen, folks! ‘
This concludes a three-part,very educational and interesting post!!

Filosofa's Word

In Part I of this project, we looked at the reasons people give for not voting, and in Part II, we looked at the demographics … who isn’t voting, and why.  When we put those two together, we see why some people aren’t voting, for the system is designed to make it difficult for them.  In this, the final part of the project on voters not voting, we will look at some ways to effect change.  There are actually two distinct groups of non-voters:  those who are at least partly disenfranchised, for whom the system has made voting a difficult task, and those who are either too lazy or apathetic to stir themselves to vote.  The solutions are different for each of these groups, so we need to look at them separately.  But first, a disclaimer.  There is no panacea, no simple, single solution that will all of a…

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