local bands, the most relaxing song to sleep to, college wait lists, how to find a good roommate match, how to furnish a first apartment, Trivia: Eggscelent Easter and Earth Day

8 local bands Brooklyn Briefly recommends http://www.thelmagazine.com/newyork/8-bands-you-need-to-hear/Content?oid=2349977&storyPage=3
List the most relaxing song to sleep to http://project.wnyc.org/sleep/#!home
College wait lists to get in information http://www.pottsmerc.com/lifestyle/20140422/stuck-on-a-college-wait-list-do-this
Looking for a Roommate? How to Find a Good Match according to Yair Kramer, a psychologist at Brooklyn College’s counseling center http://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20140423/flatbush/looking-for-roommate-how-find-good-match
Five Tips for Graduates on How to Furnish a First Apartment http://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20140416/soho/five-tips-for-graduates-on-how-furnish-first-apartment
Eggscelent Easter trivia: So What Does the Rabbit Represent? Rabbits are very good at reproducing, and are seen as a symbol of fertility and life.
Shakespeare has been credited by the Oxford English Dictionary with introducing almost 3,000 words to the English language. Who dies first – Romeo or Juliet or at the same time.
In the final scenes of Romeo and Juliet, although Juliet appears to be dead when Romeo finds her, she is actually in a deep drug-induced sleep. Grief-stricken, Romeo takes his life first. When Juliet awakens, she finds her lover’s body and, realizing that their plan has somehow failed, decides to join Romeo in death.
Happy Earth Day. How long does it take sunlight to reach the earth? 12 seconds, 8 minutes, 4 hours, 24 hours?
If our sun suddenly shut down, we would not know about it for about eight minutes. The sun we look at is actually the sun as it was some eight minutes ago. This is because the light shining from the sun, traveling at about 186,000 miles a second, takes 500 seconds to travel across the millions of miles of space that separate us from the sun. On average, the Earth is 93 million miles away from the Sun. The speed of light in a vacuum is 300,000 km/s. This sunlight will sweep past Mercury in 3.22 minutes, Venus in 6.01 minutes, and reach Earth 8.32 minutes later. Neptune, the most distant planet, takes 4.16 hours for light to reach.

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