Isn't it time that TV broadcasters realize that their programs, where persistent "mood" music, canned applause and other background noises are injected, become non-watchable because the voices of the actors are "drowned out" to the point of inaudibility?
Gina Vicari helps her 2-year-old son Joseph clap to a song Wednesday during the Joyful Noise program hosted by the Lowell parks department at First United Methodist Church. Kids ages 2 to 3 sing and play with music during the program.
Michelle Mishlove sings "There's a Song in My Nose" on Wednesday with her kids, 3-year-old Hannah and 1-year-old Matthew. Mishlove leads the Joyful Noise program Wednesdays at First United Methodist Church in Lowell.
Train whistle noise in Calumet City wakes me up every morning at around 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 a.m. It is so loud and unbearable that you can’t help but wake up.
VALPARAISO | The former Fetla's Trading Post site can officially become a part of the city following a required 30-day waiting period for challenges and could open as a gun range around Jan. 1.
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