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Stranger Things Have Happened

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It’s become the new norm of barbequing on the weekends. Every weekend, my family and I look forward to grilling. Since I’m Latino, my folks always grill carne asada (beef) and riblets. Of course, beans, rice, salsa, and tortillas aren’t out of the equation.

I take comfort in the family cookouts. I only wish I could enjoy them more. Unfortunately, the pandemic…

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The songs we listen to change us. They shape how we feel and what we do. Let’s share stories of how songs shape our world. Let’s share the experience.

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