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Number 85



Co-Produced with Michael McInnis. Co-Written by James Walsh


Drawing on real-life details from the early days of the American space program, “Number 85” tells the story of one remarkable NASA employee, a chimpanzee named Enos. While the idea of a chimp astronaut may inspire images of cuteness, the swirling synths and sadness-tinged vocals hint at a darker story of fear and lack of control, much in the same way as Alphaville’s “Forever Young.” The NASA employed ape had, of course, little say in the matter of becoming an astronaut, and there is a particular resonance with modern life and the difficulty of choice in our lives: We are all, one way or another, riding a rocket. Click here for more music from Fantazmz

Tidying up our space while studying at home is important to give us a clearer thought process, increased confidence, and abilities as we navigate through the opportunities of remote learning during the quarantine period.  Marie Kondo, bestselling author of books “The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up”, “Spark Joy”, and “Joy at Work”, and star of Netflix show “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo” shares tips on how to help students eliminate clutter and make space for study that really matters while learning remotely.   Using the world-renowned KonMari Method, this will help students overcome the challenges of studying at home and enjoy the productivity, success, and happiness that come with a tidy space and mind.
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