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21 Feb 19
Doctor Cooper's Lab

This is a continuation of my previous post about the Dark Side of the Moon. As I discussed there the moon is at the front and centre stage in 2019. First we had the Jade Rabbit Moon landings then we had the Lunar Eclipse which was rather special. Then I discussed how this is linked […]

19 Feb 19
Through the Looking Glass

For my DIY assignment, I decided to use the iconic flying skirt picture of Marilyn Monroe and use it to show the objectification and sexual assault of women that has been going on in Hollywood for a long time and has recently come to attention with the #MeToo movement. I changed the original image which […]

17 Feb 19
Lori Anne Thompson

“Clerical malfeasance,” says Sipe, “has always centered on three issues: power, money, and sex” (Sipe in Shupe, 2007, p. preface).”

17 Feb 19
Emma Himes

David and Goliath by Malcolm Gladwell Malcolm Gladwell is the very best kind of writer. I feel myself pulled into a world that is my own, due to the nonfiction genre, yet I find myself challenged to analyze circumstances and situations in ways I have not yet considered. David and Goliath is my second Gladwell […]

16 Feb 19
B+ Movie Blog

So what we do here each year as a warm up for the Oscars is, I break down each of the 24 categories. The idea is to both familiarize everyone with the category and its history. I look at what the major trends are throughout the past bunch of years, how the precursors tend to […]

16 Feb 19
Eicha Allen

“Native American Genocide” The World Treasure History That Left Swept Away

12 Feb 19
11 East 14th Street

A Necklace, Untangled. Two dear friends, Mazie (Mary Pickford) and Nellie (Lottie Pickford), enjoy a mid-summer’s holiday at a country resort, admiring each other’s wardrobe and accessories.  “Oh, My!  How lovely you look today!  That dress!  Would you like to wear this necklace with it?  “Oh, yes!”  But soon their idyllic weekend is turned inside […]

11 Feb 19
Rabieh Al Kadi (Consultant)

In the heart of the Middle East and across the Eastern side of the Mediterranean Sea; Lebanon spreads its beautifully created geographic and demographic assets. When we think of Lebanon, the first thing that comes to our mind is Peace and Social Cohesion due to the presence of almost all major groups of religious and […]

08 Feb 19

Born, George Richard Ian Howe on October 19th 1950 in England, Fenton has been responsible for numerous film soundtracks, television themes and scores and also has worked in the theatre and regularly conducts concerts of his music and has toured conducting his music for THE BLUE PLANET live directing the orchestra in front of an […]

06 Feb 19

I paid a fair amount of attention to skunks during childhood vacations on the Rhode Island shore where my folks built a small cottage just before I was born.  The area had been mostly pasture until the 1920’s and by the ‘40s it was reverting to early scrub crisscrossed with stone walls. Most of the […]

04 Feb 19
The Savvy Sage!!

Escapism is Fantastic Have you ever wondered as to why stories of dragons, wizards, mermaids, vampires, flying brooms, magical wands and time travelling superheroes fascinate us so much? Do you often find your minds wandering into the magical world of Hogwarts, cheering Frodo on his quest to destroy the dark ring or fantasizing about petting […]