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World's Best 2016

Who's the best? You decide!

Is there a salon that comes to mind that is just the best? What about your favorite burger? Or furniture store? Now you have the chance to show your support and vote for them in the 2016 World’s Best!
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Share A Live Window to the World with Periscope

Imagine you're taking a hike up Saddlerock on a clear, crisp morning. The sun is peeking over the horizon and the vista is just gorgeous. But instead of taking a video, saving it, and uploading it to Facebook or Twitter later, you want to share it in real time, LIVE?  
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Go! Spotify Playlist: Lonely Pioneers

“Life on Mars” by David Bowie: By now everyone and their dog has written a farewell to David Bowie, who recently died of cancer at 69. But his impact and importance on music and culture cannot be overstated. There was a defiant strength to his weirdness that made other weirdos feel like maybe it’s not that weird to be weird. Get it? It’s hard to pick a favorite Bowie song but this one showcases his operatic vocal talent, his flair for drama and his lyrical abilities.   
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Question of the week: January 11-15

New year sparks new conversation

You may have already noticed that we have some new things on this page. It’s not the normal layout with the playlist on the left, photos down below with an article on top, right?
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Go! Spotify Playlist: Resolution to Rock

“Ace of Spades” by Motörhead: “You know I'm born to lose and gambling's for fools. But that's the way I like it, baby. I don't wanna live forever.”The rock family lost a patriarch last week. R.I.P. Ian Fraser Kilmister, aka “Lemmy” – legendary frontman, bassist and songwriter for the English Metal Band Motörhead. You have to admire a man who puts his money where his mouth is – Lemmy lived his life with no regrets, never looking back.
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Cleaning? Clean your phone, too

When a new year arrives, we focus our attention on clean eating, cleaning out the house, etc. But we miss one, very important piece attached to our hip, figuratively and, well, literally speaking — our phones!
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Dec. 29: Best of 2015

Go! Spotify Playlist: 10 Best of 2015

“Lean On” by Major Lazer & DJ Snake (feat. MØ):Major Lazer has been making really good electronic music for a long time, so it’s cool to see the group get the accolades deserves for this massive hit. This one will make you want to dance.  
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Digital Department

How the digital department celebrates the holidays

Happy holidays from the Digital Department! Every Tuesday, the back of the A section is chock-full of reader photos, playlists and an article about something local or digital or both. But a question you may have is who are these people that put together this content every week?
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Go! Spotify Playlist for Dec. 15: Evergreen Hinterland

Go! Spotify Playlist for Dec. 15: Evergreen Hinterland

“Delilah” by Florence + The Machine: Florence Welch is hands down the best vocalist in rock music right now. The woman has an epic set of pipes. This track is off the band’s most recent album How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful released this year. Apparently the folks at the Grammy’s like it too, because the album has garnered 5 nominations already, including Best Pop Vocal Album.
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Dec. 8: Get Down

Dec. 8: Get Down

“Our Own House” by MisterWives: MisterWives are what you could safely call “indie darlings” – Interview, Paste and MTV Buzzworthy have all raved about this young New York-based band. And with good reason. This song is the first off their new album and it’s catchy and fun and will make you want to listen to the whole record.  
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A network for local moms

A network of local moms

Today is a big day here at The World. We’re launching a new website for local moms —wenatcheemomblog.com — and the site went live for the first time this morning. I am more than a little excited about this project. Here’s why.
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Dec. 1: Slopes Musik

Dec. 1: Slopes Musik

“Since Last Wednesday” by highasakite: Maybe it’s the cold climate, or maybe it’s because Norwegians singing in English sounds really cool, but this winter I’m all about Norwegian and Swedish indie rock groups. In this track the female vocalist leads, but the choral-style backup singers mixed with the pipe organs in the background creates an ethereal, cathedral-esque sound.
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New app adds spin to videos

Instagram, the social media network that focuses on quickly posting pictures and short videos from your smartphone, has been adding new supplemental apps to improve your posting experience. A few months back, they added Layout, which allows you to easily make collages of multiple pictures and post them as a single image on Instagram and elsewhere, and Hyperlapse (iOS only), which allows you create time lapse videos. 
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Spotify Nov 17

Go! Spotify Playlist Nov. 17: Winter Chill

“Empty Heart” by Grace Potter: This is a track off Grace Potter’s newest album released in August and it’s soooo catchy. Potter is best known for being the lead singer of Grace Potter & the Nocturnals but this is a solo project. I like her because she reminds me of Janis Joplin, but with a contemporary, polished sound.
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Seven businesses you need to follow

It seems like November snuck up on us this year. We began the month with a surprise from Mother Nature, giving us a slab of fresh snow on the mountaintops, captivating the attention of all skiers, snowboarders and snowshoers. Not only are skiers excited, those of us who love the holiday season are also very eager, knowing that Christmas music is getting closer and closer to being more acceptable (if not, already).
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Nov. 10: Broken Radios

Nov. 10: Broken Radios

Masters of War by Bob Dylan: Where are this generation's epic protest songs? We have no shortage of war, yet we do have a disturbing lack of poetry, music, literature and cinema to humanize, relate to and somehow digest the experiences of our soldiers. In honor of our veterans, this week I chose some songs to dedicate to all the brave folks who have served our nation. I found this song a fitting place to start.