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Aaliyah’s Music Will Finally Be Streaming. What Took So Long?

For years, it has been one of music’s most conspicuous, and puzzling, absences: The majority of the catalog of Aaliyah, the groundbreaking R&B singer of the 1990s and early 2000s, has been absent from digital services — rendering the work of one of the most influential pop stars in recent decades largely invisible, and depriving her of a proper legacy. The singer, whose full name was Aaliyah Haughton, died in a plane crash in 2001 at age 22.

But on Thursday came a surprise announcement that her music will soon arrive on streaming platforms, starting with her second album, “One

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Long Exposure Photography of Clouds

Long exposures are highly popular in landscape photography, normally used for turning turbulent, violent water into silky smooth flows. However, they are fantastic for creating motion in the sky as well. This great video tutorial will show you how to create such images, including the gear, settings, and compositions that go into making compelling results. 

Coming to you from Landscape Photography iQ with Tom Mackie, this awesome video tutorial will show you the ins and outs of long exposure landscape images with clouds. Adding motion to a landscape image via the sky can be a great way to add

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How long will YOU live? From lifestyle & diet to social life, take our quiz to find out

WE all know someone who lived to 90 drinking whisky and smoking fags – so how much does your lifestyle REALLY affect your lifespan?

The Covid pandemic has seen the average life expectancy in the UK drop by 16 months for men to 78 years, and 11 months for women to 82.

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From lifestyle to diet to social life, take our quiz to find out how long you will liveCredit: Getty

Dr Veena Raleigh, senior fellow at healthcare charity The King’s Fund, told Fab Daily: “Such a drop is unprecedented in modern times, representing the biggest fall in

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This Artist Is Bringing Sicilian Lifestyle to Long Island

Gabriella Picone at her studio on the north fork of long island. 

Joe Kramm

Idda means ‘her’ in Sicilian dialect,” says artist and designer Gabriella Picone. 

It’s a word she heard often growing up between New York City and Lipari, the Aeolian island off the coast of Sicily. Now it’s the name of her new studio, which she launched last year while hunkering down in another seaside locale, the North Fork of Long Island. What started with paintings, one-of-a-kind ceramics, and whimsical, limited-edition pareos (the sarong-like skirts worn by Sicilian women in hot summer months) is now expanding to

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The long lost art of mending and alteration

BELFAST—The retro hobbies of knitting and sewing came roaring back during the pandemic for many people new to the craft, but Julz Larrabee, a sewist in Stockton Springs, has steadily stitching along all of the years, regardless of what’s going on outside her doors.

Her small shop, Julz Makes LLC, recently moved into the former “Maker’s Space” of Belfast Fiber Arts’s expanded retail showroom. Her shop is fittingly the previous site of where the Belfast Repair Café was held, which offers periodic free mending of fabric items, along with electrical and other small repairs. Now it is her studio, where

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