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    (CNN)Between sleepless nights, diapers and feeding times, having small children at home could leave Priscilla Goins feeling exhausted. She loved her kids, but it was a lot. "I would sometimes say 'I just want a minute to myself,'" Goins, of Knoxville, Tennessee, said. "People would be like: 'Oh, you'll miss it when they're older.'" And that made her so mad. Self-care for parents in a pandemic: Finding the time when you dont have itIt's not that she disagreed. But in those moments, Goins wasn't looking for a reality check. Instead, she wanted acknowledgement that the exhaustion she was going through was legitimate. Her friends' responses sometimes left her feeling bad for wanting that alone time. "I still want that minute...
    Napoleon the Wilderness Four months ago, Nikhil Johns arrived at the Tampa Heights office of Creative Loafing Tampa Bay with just a guitar in hand. The St. Petersburg songwriter—who performs as Napoleon the Wilderness—stepped into our expansive ballroom/event space then found a seat in front of bright lights and cameras set up by Katie Talbert of Saved By Streaming. The event was the May edition of Rock the Park Tampa, a free concert usually attended by about 1,000 people in beautiful Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park less than a mile away. Instead, he played a 50-minute set for a virtual audience which was, at the time, just starting to settle into a life where clubs that hosted live original music were...