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  • The Art of Relationships

    By adaptmag on February 14, 2015
    Ryan Davis, Staff Writer Let me first begin by saying, I am in no way some relationship virtuoso. In fact, I’m quite the opposite. But I guess I could say I’m sort of a virtuoso in trying and learning from my relationship endeavors. Some attempts failed and most have not turned out exactly as intended, but I guess you got […]
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  • Rapture Ruckus Releases Invader Vol. II Digital EP

    By adaptmag on January 27, 2015
    SEATTLE, WA – Today BEC Recordings’ and New Zealand native Rapture Ruckus releases their new digital EP, Invader Volume II. This is the follow-up and second installment to last year’s release Invader Volume I. This second installment of Invader features the new song “Boomerang” as well as special guests remixes by David Thulin, Grapishsoda and Unikron. In March, both of these EPs will […]
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  • RMG Launches First Tour

    By adaptmag on November 17, 2014
    Feed the City Tour Launches this Friday  Apparently one can of food has A LOT of power. Well…at least for anyone who attends the Feed the City Tour. Not only will bringing canned goods gain fans FREE admission to the concert, they will also help to provide food for more than 2,000 families across South Florida. The three-city tour kicks […]
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  • Five Leadership Lessons from the Book of Esther

    By adaptmag on November 10, 2014
    Margaret Olatunbosun, Editorial & Social Media Intern   Lately, female leaders inspire me. I’m taking about women who have swarm against tides, have struggled to hold their own among their peers, and are seen as a voice of authority in their respective niches. I wanted that too so I picked several books and began to study some leadership gurus. Now, […]
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  • No Text is Worth the Risk

    By adaptmag on November 3, 2014
    Tom Harkness, Special to Adapt Magazine The realities of the dangers of texting and driving are imminent. Anyone who has driven a car knows full well that doing so while being distracted by your smartphone puts everyone on the road—yourself included—at risk. According to Verizon Wireless, who has been campaigning against texting while driving since 2000, you are 23 times more likely […]
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