BY JONATHAN MICOCCI We can thank The Queen Mother for Sting. It was a young boy named Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner, of Wallsend, a working-class shipbuilding town in northern England,

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By Cheryl Harbour Whether you’re at the very start of your GRANDbaby’s life or approaching that one-year milestone, you can make some New Year’s resolutions for how to be the

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A Hallelujah Chorus – A daughter’s account of the power of music and its affect on her mother quieted by Alzheimer’s. By Vina Mogg, guest writer for Grandparentslink.com The conductor stately walks down the

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By Marcia Gloster, Author: 31 Days A Memoir of Seduction   “How is it that you suddenly wrote this book about music and memory?” Marcia Gloster has been asked that question

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In this lively CD, Ella Jenkins, “The First Lady of Children’s Music,” performs 15 children’s songs that incorporate music, movement, and play. Get Moving with Ella Jenkins is drawn from

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