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Concerts are being postponed, lessons cancelled, and venues are closing their doors – but that doesn’t stop the music.
In true collective spirit, 19 self-isolating musicians from the Netherlands’ Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra came together to perform a virtual rendition of Beethoven’s ‘Ode to Joy’.
Each soundtrack, recorded in time to a click track in the musicians’ bedrooms, was brought together to form the final, glorious section of the ‘Choral’ Symphony No. 9.
“We’re adjusting to a new reality and we’ll have to find solutions in order to support each other,” the musicians say in the video.
“Creative forces help us, let’s think outside of the box and use innovation to keep our connection and make it work, together. Because if we do it together, we’ll succeed.”

The continued outbreak of the coronavirus has been an enormously disruptive and tragic event, with massive humanitarian and economic repercussions for the entire world.
However, there have also been some surprising and not entirely unwelcome side effects.
Case in point: the canals of Venice, Italy, which are normally teeming with tourists all year round, with many flocking to the famous gondola boats that traverse the city’s iconic canals.
The Venetian canals are famously unclean. Filled with brackish water – a mixture of saltwater and fresh water – as well as a decidedly funky mixture of pollution, including human waste and boat chemicals, the canals typically appear clean only after the local government clears it of litter and other debris.
However, as Italy continues to be under a nationwide lockdown affecting some 60 million residents, locals in Venice are beginning to notice that the canals have become far clearer – so much so that people are being treated to the rare sight of little fish swimming through the now-transparent waters of the city’s 150 canals.

The world famous Jujimufi and Tom called in Dr. Beau Hightower to use his unique Chiropractic and naprapathic Adjustments to get Jon Call back to doing the crazy stuff he loves.

From a Chinese Medicine perspective Chi is the basic energy that is the “alive” living electricity aspect of our biology. ... Also, often an injured area tends to block chi due to tension and trauma in and around the area. A Chi Healing practitioner can remove blockages and focus chi directly to any area that needs it.

Sometimes it seems like surveillance cameras are everywhere, they are often the last word in criminal cases and they can help protect the innocent, then again sometimes they feel like a bit of an invasion of privacy. Regardless of your feelings on CCTV one thing is for certain, every once in a while they catch something truly unforgettable, today we are looking at 10 weird things caught on security cameras and CCTV

An easy sexy lady shows her interest to men by sensually rubbing her feet on them, undoing her shirt and biting her lip. Two seconds later, she's wheeled away because she has no legs! Turns out there was another sexy lady under the table... also turns out the she actually did have legs.