The Review: Paying for Google Play Music All Access

I have not been been much of a fan of Google’s play into music — but today, I think I might just change my mind with my new “Google Play Music All Access” subscription.  The new service is an odd dog, to be sure, but it seems to be worth both its bark and its bite so far.

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What Roger Ebert Speaks to Our Students

As we search for examples of triumph over the human condition for our students to emulate, we are sometimes led into the stale pages of literature and the dusky hallways of history for keen reminders of teachable moments. Roger Ebert — one of our current premier, and popular, movie critics — has been fighting cancer for eight years.  At 67, and after multiple surgeries and reconstructions, Roger is left with no jawbone, thyroid or salivary glands.  I submit the notion that all our students should be made aware of Roger’s ongoing fight against a foe that continues to aim to kill him and his repeated refusal to give in to the inevitable ending of us all.

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Some of Our Favorite Music Articles

This BolesBlues.com blog was founded on the notion to better centralize our articles on music, reviews and thoughts and contemplations on melody.  Here is how we came to land here.

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