– Gigs Live Launches New Hybrid Physical + Virtual Music Concert Platform

Gigs Live a new hybrid concerts platform offering live musical performances online and at select venues nationwide, has launched with a line-up of all-star recording artists, including country superstar Justin Moore, multi-platinum-selling rockers Daughtry and alt-rock muse A R I Z O N A.

The brainchild of former executives from ViacomCBS, NBC, Amazon and MIT Alumni holding patents in video and advertisements technology, the startup promises to disrupt the concert industry by offering a new way for fans to connect to their favorite artists and to each other. Unlike other live-music platforms, Gigs Live is a full-service event-content and video production company with performances produced simultaneously at designated venues and distributed globally.

Full article here:—Virtual-Music-Concert-Platform-_52191.aspx Spring, Forward! Museum Exhibits to See with Kids Now: Immersive Van Gogh

This high tech exploration of the Dutch painter’s work doesn’t debut until June 10, but the exhibit has been selling out in cities nationwide. An hour-long, immersive experience (that promises Covid-19 precautions) the exhibit  is made up of 60,600 frames of video, 90,000,000 pixels, and 500,000+ cubic feet of projections. Producers describe it as “merging state-of-the-art technology, theatrical storytelling and world-class animation.”

Full article here: – Things To Know Before Getting Married ft. Sabrina Shaheen Cronin

From prenups to how to navigate blended families, understanding the complete landscape of marriage can help you deal with it’s challenges. Listen to today’s show to learn valuable tools to use before, during and even after marriage.

In this episode with Sabrina Shaheen Cronin, we discuss relationship advice topics that include:

  • Important questions to ask yourself before getting married
  • Why it’s critical to be happy and content with who you are before getting married
  • How to communicate around that awkward conversation around prenuptial agreements
  • Navigating second marriages, children and blended families
  • How to allow expression of feelings from your kids and partners in blended families
  • And much more!

Full article here: – Here Are the Four Stages of a Breakup—Plus, How to Tell Which Breakup Stage You’re In Right Now

“This is a big first stage,” says relationship expert Lauren Peacock, author of Female. Likes Cheese. Comes with Dog.: Stories About Divorce, Dating, and Saying “I Do” and creator of The Divorce Case subscription box. “You don’t want to accept that your relationship may truly be over. For real this time!”

Full article here: – 3 Ways to Calculate Just How Long It’ll Take You to Get Over Your Breakup, According to Relationship Experts ft. Lauren Peacock

Since every person and relationship is different, knowing how long it’ll take to get over a break up can vary—but the six months rule is a good rule of thumb, according to relationship expert Lauren Peacock, author of Female. Likes Cheese. Comes with Dog.: Stories About Divorce, Dating, and Saying “I Do and the creator of The Divorce Case subscription box. 

“I try and go by the 6-month rule, which says that for most of us to fully heal, it usually takes around 6 months for every year we are with someone,” Peacock says. 

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