The singer/songwriter MERE has released a new single “Securities” it was out on YouTube on June 16. The song is about connection and it starts with the hypnotic opening lyrics: “You know what time it is?” “Securities” is a love song about intimacy, connection and commitment. It’s about belonging to one another. MERE sings: “Tell
Ukrainian authorities gathered evidence that they said showed Russia had orchestrated an explosion that killed at least 50 of their soldiers.
Explaining the increasing politicization of the book banning debate.
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