You could win this arcade system worth $4,000 by donating to charity

Enter for free or get more entries (and chances of winning) by donating to the Playing For Change Foundation.

  • You could win an epic arcade system for your home as part of this Polycade Lux Giveaway.
  • The winner will receive the epic home arcade system worth $4,000, which features over 54 built-in modern and retro games.
  • Enter for free or get more entries (and chances of winning) by donating a minimum of $10 to charity.
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Learn how to play the guitar like a pro for $30

Virtually enroll in beginner-to-expert guitar lessons to unleash your inner musician.

  • If you've always wanted to learn how to play the guitar, this 14-course guitar lessons bundle is a great place to start.
  • Get access to 470 lessons spanning 79 hours on guitar chords, notes, scales, fundamental techniques, and so much more.
  • Learn to play guitar like a pro from a professional session musician and producer and composer for TV and film for just $30.
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Learn how to play the guitar from the comfort of your home for only $29

This course bundle features 59 hours of training that will help you channel your inner instrumentalist.

  • With so many hours spent at home these days, there's never been a better time to learn to play an instrument.
  • The Ultimate Beginner to Expert Guitar Lessons Bundle teaches you to play guitar from the comfort of your home.
  • It features 59 hours of training, led by pro Dan Dresnok, that will help you channel your inner instrumentalist.
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A prayer without words: The story of the wanderer

Take a journey through the maze of interpretations of one of the most famous paintings in history.

"Wanderer above the sea of fog", by Caspar David Friedrich, Wikicommons

A tale of silence, an icon of human solitude in the face of the forces of nature, or perhaps a memento of the great artist?

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Is rap music destigmatizing mental health disorders?

A new study shows that the top rap songs in the U.S. are making increasingly frequent references to depression and suicidal thoughts.

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  • The most popular rap songs in the U.S. are more frequently making references to mental health problems, particularly suicide and depression.
  • A research team analyzed lyrics from the top 25 most popular rap songs released in the years 1998, 2003, 2008, 2013, and 2018, examining the lyrics of artists such as Eminem, Drake, Post Malone, Lil' Wayne, Juice WRLD, Kanye West, and Jay-Z.
  • References to suicide rose from 0% to 12%, and references to depression from 16% to 32% over the last 20 years.
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