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28 Oct 2014

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SIMS 6 hours ago 0 shares Break Free Ariana Grande, "My Everything" (Republic Records) This is how you follow up an impressive debut: simply step into the recording booth, and be amazing yet again. Maybe it's easier said than done, but Ariana Grande manages to pull off the feat with her sophomore release "My Everything," the successor to last year's near-pop perfection "Yours Truly," which topped the Billboard 200 chart and spawned the hit single "The Way," featuring Mac Miller. Admittedly, Grande's sophomore effort doesn't go in a radically different direction (she was on the right path to begin with), but big changes are there. For one, music veteran Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds is nowhere to be found. Still, the R&B and soul sensibilities that he brought to "Yours Truly" are at play, even without him. That's evident on "Be My Baby," featuring Norwegian DJ Cashmere Cat, and in the slick bounce of "Break Your Heart Right Back." Produced and co-written by duo Pop & Oak, the latter samples Diana Ross' "I'm Coming Out." Featured guest Childish Gambino repurposes bars from Notorious B.I.G.'s "Mo Money, Mo Problems" for the track.
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The NJ Hunger Project is a collaboration between the ONE Project with two other nonprofit organizations, Feeding Children Everywhere (FCE) and Mercer Street Friends Food Bank, Mr. Seehra said. We teamed up with FCE to purchase a lentil casserole meal. The beauty of the meal is that it is nutritious, non-perishable, and best of all, only costs 25 cents per meal. The organizations provided a high-energy atmosphere for volunteers with music, a free raffle in which they gave away 50 gift cards valued over $1,200, and a food truck from Rosalitas in Freehold selling tacos, nachos, and other food. For kids, the Robbinsville Fire Department brought a fire truck, the Robbinsville Police Department brought a police car, and the organizations created a drawing station where they could color the boxes that the meals would be sent to Mercer Street Friends in. After we packaged the meals, we delivered them to Mercer Street Friends Food Bank in Ewing, which will distribute them via the Send Hunger Packing program, Mr.
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ROBBINSVILLE: ONE Project unites different races, religions, cultures | CentralJersey.com

REALLY HOT. I FEEL LIKE I'M GOG FAINT. Reporter: GET TO GET CONCERT EARLY TURNED OUT TO BE A BAD IDEA FOR MANY OVERHEATED FANS. ALL OF A SUDDEN, GIRLS STARTED PASSING OUT BECAUSE IT'S LIKE 105 DEGREES. ONE GIRL LITERALLY, I SAW THE@ EYES GO IN BACK OF THE HEAD.
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