Gift Ideas

20 Jun 19
● Rado’s Verdict ●

When going to the movies, one of the most annoying things is having to sit through half an hour of commercials and trailers. And I’ve sat through quite a lot over the past five years (the perks of having that black Unlimited card). Yet up until a week or so ago, I had honestly never […]

20 Jun 19
Crystal Davidson

At the beginning of 2019, I decided that one of my goals for the year would be to read more books written by female authors. With the emergence of the #MeToo movement, a plethora of books have been written not only by women, but about women as well. One of these women centric books was […]

20 Jun 19
Softonic Game Hacks

Do you like playing games? Are you among the games fanatics? Some people can spend a couple of hours glued on a computer or phone screen as they play games? Roblox is a game release that hits and trends in the market up to date. When you play Roblox, and you come out with victory […]

20 Jun 19
Jennifer The Beholder

The age old wedding rhyme, Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, has it’s origins in Victorian-era Lancashire, England.  The wedding elements, mentioned were a reminding checklist for how the bride could thwart an otherwise impending curse.  The blue and old items were to combat the “evil eye” which would surely leave the unprotected […]

20 Jun 19
Eighteenth-Century Ballet

Dancing to One’s Own Beat in Early Ballet   The technique of contemporary classical ballet is extremely uniform. That is to say, the positions and movements used today differ little from one place in the world to another, and from one role to another. This is in marked contrast to the practice of early ballet, […]

20 Jun 19
Amber Leggette-Aldrich

A leap of faith… “Roll your works upon the Lord [commit and trust them wholly to Him…so shall your plans be established and succeed”. (Proverbs 16:3 AMP) In 2014, when he was in the 7th grade, I gave my son, Christian, a writing assignment for a fictional story as part of his Language Arts class. […]

20 Jun 19
japaneseculturereflectionsblog

In memory of Franco Zeffirelli, who just died at the age of 95, I’ve decided to excavate two of my old epinions about movies he directed. The one that knocked me out when I was 18 was “Romeo and Juliet’ (with a very memorable musical theme by Nino Rota). My review of “Forever Callas” is […]

20 Jun 19
openlove2019

We welcome you to the 1st OPeN LOVe COMMUNITY FeSTIVAL, which this year will be hosted on eco-community Oneirema at the settlement Prases in Hania, Crete between Saturday 3 of August and Friday 9 of August 2019. In a beautiful spot on White Mountains, Oneirema offers a range of facilities, based on eco-community life and […]

20 Jun 19
Single Man, Housewife

In the same primary school year that I wore shorts every day (as a well insulated chubby kid), I learnt my first French word, ‘fenêtre’. Sure, it was impossibly close to the Italian translation of ‘window’ but I was stoked because at 8 years I now knew THREE languages. For the remaining year, our wonderfully […]

20 Jun 19
memorymakerblog

The excitement of our trip to New York started before we even got out of Arkansas. For some reason the security point at XNA detected something in my groin area so I had to be searched. 😳. Of course we were running about 30 minutes behind so I told her don’t worry about going in […]