They Might Be Giants Preview New LP With Jovial Power-Pop Song 'I Left My Body' #headphones #music #headphones

They Might Be Giants Preview New LP With Jovial Power-Pop Song 'I Left My Body'

They Might Be Giants Preview New LP With Jovial Power-Pop Song 'I Left My Body' #headphones #music #headphones

Looking for a color as inviting as the ocean itself? Look no further than the Sherwin-Williams Color of the Year 2018. Its deep blue hue inspires serenity, balance & introspection—not to mention creativity. Imagine it paired with complementary hues like High Strung SW 6705, Tansy Green SW 6424, Lagoon SW 6480 or Aqua Fria SW 9053. Or, use it as its own bold accent color on walls, doors & anywhere else in the home that needs a powerful pop of drama. Dive in & explore Oceanside SW 6496.

A collision of rich blue with jewel-toned green, a color that is both accessible and elusive, Oceanside SW 6496 is our 2018 Color of the Year.

Pop a little goodness in your mouth! ‘Power Pops’ tomatoes are easy to grow and pack more lycopene and carotene than the typical tomato.

New Fruit and Vegetable Varieties for 2013

It's a great time of year for growing and eating cherry tomatoes:) Pop a little goodness in your mouth! ‘Power Pops’ tomatoes are easy to grow and pack more lycopene and carotene than the typical tomato.

The post that reveals every emo kid’s magical powers. | 24 Tumblr Posts Only Pop-Punk Fans Will Laugh At

24 Tumblr Posts Only Pop-Punk Fans Will Laugh At

Power Popsicles --- your favorite power smoothie on a stick!

Channel summer with these healthy power popsicles - your favorite smoothie with chia seeds on a stick! A fun alternative to cupcake treats.

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This is awesome! Kelli Anderson designed the infographics for a bright orange popsicle solar powered truck distributing free popsicles in New York City.

Ice Pop / Kelli Anderson

Designer Kelli Anderson decorated the outside of this bright orange ice cream truck, which has toured the US handing out free ice pops to.

We spoke with Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong in June of 2012 about the band's album trilogy, 'Uno!,' 'Dos!' and 'Tré!.' "We wanted something punchier, more power pop – somewhere between AC/DC and the early Beatles," he said.

Q&A: Billie Joe Armstrong on Green Day's Album Trilogy

We spoke with Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong in June of 2012 about the band's album trilogy, 'Uno!' and 'Tré!' "We wanted something punchier, more power pop – somewhere between AC/DC and the early Beatles," he said.

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