Apple published watchOS 4.1 with complete Apple Music streaming support together with an program for listening to Apple Music’s streaming radio channels.
When you are choosing flooring for the bathroom, you want to make sure it is water resistant and that it will be able to hold up to hard use. Tile is often the best choice, though it is expensive. Vinyl flooring can also be a great option because it is affordable and easy to keep clean.
The first thing you want to think about when you are looking for flooring is your budget. If cost isn’t an issue you are going to want to consider buying tile flooring as it is the most durable and has the best look. Tile flooring is versatile and you can choose from a huge variety of interesting tiles. You can lay the tiles in a variety of ways and they are going to last for years.
If you have DIY skills you can lay the floor yourself and have fun creating an exciting design. Ceramic tile floors will last a long time but they do need to be maintained and you have to keep the grout clean. If cost is an issue you might want to consider vinyl flooring.
Vinyl flooring is affordable and it is easy to install. It isn’t as durable as tile, and you will have to replace it more often. The cost is affordable and the flooring comes in a wide variety of patterns and colors. See this page if you want to buy both types of flooring online and if you are going to do the installation work yourself, you need to make sure that you measure the rooms very carefully so you order the right amount of flooring. Bathroom floors are generally easier to install because the room isn’t that large, making them a good choice for people who like to do the installation work on their own.
Join Nancy J. Reid and Lisa D. Smith, the mother-daughter travel Group and publishers of Enormous Blend Radio & TV Magazine and Parks & Travel Magazine, for Large Blend Radio’s Toast to The Arts Show! On This Episode: – Poetry in Parks — Tanya Ortega — Founder of National Parks Arts Foundation (NPAF) and poet Xochitl-Julisa Bermejo, writer of ? Posada: Offerings of Witness and Refuge? , who will be the NPAF artist-in-residence at Gettysburg National Military Park. – Fun, Party, ” Splash – Superstar drummer and songwriter Cindy Blackman Santana discusses her career and brand new single that includes her husband Carlos Santana, and was produced by Narada Michael Walden. – Yuma Art Center — Ana Lazo-Padilla talks concerning the Yuma Art Center and Historic Yuma Theatre in historical downtown Yuma, Arizona ? Allergic to the Great Southwest? .
Combine Nancy J. Reid and Lisa D. Smith, the mother-daughter Traveling team and publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine along with Parks & Travel Magazine, for Large Blend Radio’s Champagne Sundays Variety Show! On This Episode: – Find Your Family Roots in England — Glynn Burrows, family background specialist and owner of Norfolk Tours, stocks tips on tracing your family’s history back to England. – Vocalist Sonja Kristina — The mythical Curved Air lead singer and founding member discusses her newly released 2-CD compilation ANTHOLOGY, the very first collection of her solo works featuring rare and newly recorded exclusive tracks, customized cover art along with her personal liner notes. – Lobster Rolls — 5-Star Chef Ivan Flowers stocks tips on preparing lobster rolls, along with his recipe to get West Coast Lobster Rolls.
“Alexa, Drama ‘The U2 Experience.'”
U2 has partnered with Amazon Music for a new online radio broadcast leading up to the band’s new record, Songs of Experience, release on Friday.
The U2 Experience is the first of its type for its technology firm, broadcasting a mixture of historical and new exclusive content made by Amazon Music, as well as the band’s biggest hits and live recordings of songs out of The Joshua Tree and Songs of Experience captured throughout The Joshua Tree Tour 2017. The programming was made to make a chronology of the band’s career as informed through commentary and interviews spanning back more than 40 years.
Most recently, the audio show will feature an exclusive interview with U2 and Amazon Music’s worldwide head of programming, Alex Luke, that took place in a halt in Sao Paolo, Brazil, on tour this Fall.
The U2 Experience broadcast starts Wednesday in p.m. ET and ends as soon as the new album is released on Friday, available to all clients using an Amazon Music account in the U.S., U.K., Germany and Austria. An Amazon Prime membership or Amazon Music Unlimited subscription isn’t required. The U2 Experience is available on line at amazon.com/theu2experience, on the Amazon Music app and — for both Prime or even Music Unlimited subscribers in the U.S. and U.K. — through Alexa on Amazon Echo apparatus by asking “Alexa, play The U2 Experience.”
“I expect you don’t need to understand anything about U2, or anything about the context, to enjoy [Songs of Experience],” U2 guitarist, The Edge, said in an announcement. “I think that it’s a record of just classic songs, terrific melodies great hooks, fantastic lyrics. I believe there’s very few bands in the history of rock and roll which have existed and created as many albums as we have with the same lineup…that perspective is exceptional, you understand? On the previous album [Songs of Innocence] we wrote about where we came from. How this band came together, Dublin of the late 70s early 80s, and this new record is the companion record. Nonetheless, it’s from that current standpoint now… A lot of years after, what have we heard?”
“Few bands have storied a career as U2, and we all saw an incredible opportunity to construct a broadcast to their own fans,” added Luke. “This goes back into voice innovation, and that which we’ve constructed is a immersive, ephemeral listening experience to our clients, using a wealth of interviews and content going back almost 40 years.”
On the 2017 Radio Disney Music Awards red carpet at Los Angeles, Nick Jonas talks with Access Hollywood’s Alex Hudgens about being honored with the event’s Hero Award.
In the studio we discuss podcasts and books with John Mitchinson, co-founder of all Unbound, and Fiona Sturges, artwork columnist for ‘The Guardian’ and ‘The Financial…