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On ‘Sketches,’ Marta Palombo Addresses Her COVID-Induced Uncertainty

Due to a global pandemic you may have heard about, the vast majority of humans on Earth have not had life go as planned over the past year.

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Daily Spinn: Are You Ready for Winter?

The winds of change blow from time to time — in the atmosphere, and in our relationships. The change in our romantic seasons can sometimes feels inevitable, and all we can do to prepare is bundle up and brace ourselves.

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Daily Spinn: Sarah Bailey’s Anticipated Single, ‘Drops of Liquor’

Sarah Bailey is having a big December. A huge Taylor Swift fan, Bailey and her family set their Christmas light display to Swift’s holiday tune, “Christmas Tree Farm.” That resulted in Bailey receiving a direct message from her idol, who praised the display and made a donation to the Our Community Hunger Center just outside of Bailey’s hometown of Cleveland.

The encounter has also led to Bailey (and her music) receiving attention from media outlets nationwide. That includes some added buzz in the lead-up to her new single, “Drops of Liquor,” which just released today.

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UMC20: The Best of November 2020

Compiling this Best Of edition of UMC20 was a challenge enough. As usual, we had a strong month of music around here, and choosing 20 songs always seems to be a formidable task.

However, this challenge pales in comparison to the one that awaits this weekend.

Listen to the Best of November
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