“My Girl by The Temptations!”

The Temptations are an American vocal group who released a series of successful singles and albums with Motown Records during the 1960s and 1970s; their work with… Read more ““My Girl by The Temptations!””

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WORKING FROM HOME, A RESOLVE?

Indefinite. Or even permanent. These are words companies are using about their employees working from home.

It’s three months into a huge, unplanned social experiment that suddenly transported the white-collar workplace from cubicles and offices to kitchens and spare bedrooms. And many employers now say the benefits of remote work outweigh the drawbacks.

Tech companies Twitter and Facebook captured headlines with announcements about permanent work from home. But the news from a 94-year-old company based in the heartland — Columbus, Ohio — may have been even more significant. Nationwide Insurance is shutting five regional officessince remote work has gone off so smoothly during the pandemic. And thousands of employees will permanently ditch their commutes for home offices.

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What The World Needs Now Is Love | Dionne Warwick

What the World Needs Now is popular song with lyrics by Hal David and music composed by Burt Bacharach. First recorded and made popular by Jackie DeShannon, it was released on April 15, 1965, on the Imperial label after a release on sister label Liberty records the previous month was canceled. It peaked at number seven on the US Hot 100 in July of that year.

Originally the song was offered to
  Dionne Warwick, who turned it down at the time, saying she felt it was “too country” for her tastes and “too preachy”though she later recorded it for her album  (Warwick also recorded a second version in 1996, which scraped the lower reaches of the US Hot 100.)

Dionne Warwick sung “What the World Needs Now” during part one of The Masked Singer season three finale (Warwick previously competed on the same season as the Mouse) with the finalists Night Angel, Frog and Turtle as a tribute to the healthcare workers working on the front lines during the coronavirus pandemic.

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