The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences has released a statement saying that Hedley will no longer perform at this year's Juno Awards. The announcement comes after a barrage of sexual misconduct allegations against the band surfaced on social media this week. Organizers of Canada’s biggest music awards say it was a joint decision with Hedley "after careful consideration of the situation."
Is age really just a number? Take yourself back in time. It could be a month, a year, or decades ago. When was the very first time you thought, “I’m getting old”? Now, go back one more time. When was the first time you had the courage to say, “I feel old,” out loud? It’s not unlike some coming out stories. When some finally have the courage to come out about their sexual orientation, they are sometimes disappointed when people say, “Duh.”It’s the same with “I’m old.” You get one of two responses.
Is it just me, or have you also been inundated with more than the usual number of e-mails and posts telling you how to let go of the old year and find a happier you in the new one? For many of us, this past year was rough and the suggestions on how to handle that have been an avalanche—along with the usual requisite new year’s resolutions. We just don’t know what to do. How can we make a difference? Since we can’t seem to change the external, suggestions on internal self-help abound.
I just can't wrap my head around this.
It's madness. And, what about other environments that have been ravaged by gun violence?
Who wants to live like that?
Why is it so hard to understand that this problem can't be fixed with more guns. https://twitter.com/CNN/status/966778327389409280
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Selecting a term
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