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  • Get Out Your Hello Kitty Birthday Cards  By : Martin Pavion
    There are four of the Sanrio characters, who also developed Hello Kitty, which will celebrate a birthday this month. So all of you Hello Kitty fans will want to be ready with birthday wishes.
  • Finding The Top Music Download Sites  By : Thomas Martin
    After you have downloaded the music from an music download site, you can listen to the songs on your computer, burn a music CD or put the songs on an MP3 player or iPod. Sometimes, download customers choose to do all of the above.
  • Tips To Find A Legal Music Download Site  By : Thomas Martin
    Legal music download sites like their offline retail counterparts are getting an actual fee for their service. They dont want to scam or upset their customers by placing dangerous and annoying spyware and adware programs on their computers.
  • 15 Short Funny Quotes for Humor Month  By : Noel Jameson
    Beginning with day one, April is the month in which we honor humor. Here are fifteen short funny quotes that are sure to crack a smile on even the most stoic faces.
  • Sight Reading  By : Mike Hayes
    Improving sight reading is: Learning to learn faster through memory. Certain rhythms, tone sequences, chord voicings, tend to become standardized. Once you have seen a rhythm pattern of four eighth notes in a row, you've seen them all.
  • MySpace: The Local Bands Paradise  By : Steven Cancel
    An interesting look at how MySpace is changing the way bands are making it big in the music industry.
  • Air Supply Love Zone Tour '07/'08 Continues in Springfield, Ohio 3/10/07  By : Betsy Hijazi
    Review of Air Supply performance at Clark State Community College Performing Arts Center in Springfield, Ohio on March 10, 2007
  • The Value Of Scales  By : Mike Hayes
    Scales are NOT music,but a means for making music. They are predictable, orderly, and sequential, but do not contain the life force found in a strong melodic statement.
  • Small Things That Make Craft Show Profits Bigger  By : Natalie Goyette
    You’ve probably heard the saying, “Pay attention to the small things,” and there is much reason for that. Those who only focus on the large picture, without paying attention to the details will often find they aren’t as successful as the craft show business owner that does.
  • The Three Second Guitarist  By : Mike Hayes
    You have exactly three seconds or less to capture your listener’s attention or you have lost them forever!
  • Innovative Portrait Photographers  By : Francesca Black
    Ever since photography was invented, there have been famous names associated with it. Ansel Adams, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Dorothea Lang are just a few of those who have changed how we look at the world and at photography. What about famous photographers today, those who are currently changing the way the world looks at photography, especially at portrait photography.
  • How to Attend Television Show Tapings  By : Jordan McAuley
    Shows you how to attend free television show tapings in Los Angeles, New York, and the United Kingdom.
  • Ideas for an Interactive Craft Show Booth  By : Natalie Goyette
    The name of the game is to make sales. Gone are the days of merely putting your crafts out for people to buy, and expecting them to just pick them up and hand over their money for the crafts. Craft show buyers are becoming increasingly selective over what they are purchasing, and you need to come up with new and different ways of deliver your crafts to the craft show buyer.
  • Mythology of Horus the ancient Egyptian statue Falcon-god  By : Terry Kubiak
    Horus, the Falcon-god whose name is attested from at least as early as the beginning of the Dynastic Period (3100 BC). Although not actually named as such, it is probably the Horus-falcon who was depicted on the battlefield and the ceremonial palettes, apparently subjugating his enemies in the battles leading to the unification of Egypt as followers of Horus.
  • The Theory Of Music Theory  By : Mike Hayes
    So, what's the big deal? Why does everyone suggest that you learn a bunch of music theory? Why is it always a part of your course load, even if you don't plan to be a theorist? Well, it all boils down to communication. Understanding the fundamentals of our language is useful in much the same way than an understanding of English language is useful - it allows you to communicate effectively.
  • An Independent Film Production That Became an Excellent, Big Fat Paycheck  By : Ed Bagley
    My Big Fat Greek Wedding is simply one of the best movies ever made about close families and their traditions. The estimated $5 million budget for the film generated worldwide revenue of $368 million, making it the highest-grossing independent film of all time, and the the highest grossing movie never to have hit number one at the box office.
  • Zune Downloads -Where to Get the Best Content and Value  By : Tony Buel
    The idea of free Zune downloads for can be appealing, but to be safe you will want to stick with the legal sites. Not all paid subscription sites are equal however and you will want to do some investigating. This article will answer some typical questions regarding paid Zune download services.
  • 16 Grey's Anatomy Quotes – Famous Words From Your Favorite Characters  By : Noel Jameson
    If you're a fan of the TV hit Grey's Anatomy, check out these 14 Grey's Anatomy quotes from your favorite characters.
  • And the Oscar for Best Movie Goes To--- Crash of Racial Stereotypes and Humanitarian Babel.  By : Elizabeth Moreno
    Last year we saw Crash running away with the Oscar, and was acclaimed for not only the best movie of the year, but for its exposure of race relations, bias and stereotypes in American society. Again this year, Hollywood, has by accident, created incredible teaching tools that can be used to raise our unconscious biases and stereotypes which can lead us to recognize unique, individual features of others.
  • The Real American Idol  By : Erik Greene
    Some American Idol contestants have discovered the key to advancing to the next round.
  • Accelerate Your Guitar Playing  By : Mike Hayes
    First, define your objectives and determine your approach. These objectives may change as you progress, but a goal is important before starting to play the guitar.
  • Not Every Chess Game Has a Clear Winner  By : Francesca Black
    Not every chess game ends with a clear winner; an opponent that declares checkmate. Occasionally a chess player will choose to resign to their opponent, which is essentially surrendering. These players believe that there is “no longer any hope”, and award the win to their opponent. In chess tournaments, wins will receive a single point. However, when white wins it is recorded as 1-0 and when black wins it is recorded as 0-1.
  • 14 Music Quotes for Black History Month  By : Noel Jameson
    Music is an important part of our heritage, and African American musicians have, of course, played a significant role. Here are 14 of my favorite music quotes to celebrate Black History Month.
  • The Real Purpose of Sex in Literature  By : Evelyn Cole
    The varying purposes of pornography, erotica and characterization in literaure.
  • Be Choosy About Your Craft Shows  By : Natalie Goyette
    You could be sitting at a craft show ready to take on the day – expecting hundreds… no thousands of people going through the turnstiles and filtering their way into your craft show booth. The first hour is slow; the second brings you a few people and your first sale of the day.
  • Crossing Over: The Origin of Soul and the Term “Rock & Roll”  By : Erik Greene
    In the 1950’s, Rock & Roll, Soul, and R&B came together to form the melting pot of American Pop music.
  • Sam Cooke: Pioneer for Modern Music  By : Erik Greene
    Sam Cooke: Pioneer for Modern Music points out how the late Soul singer paved the social and finacial way for modern-day recording artists.
  • Is Theatre Experience Better In London?  By : Martin Davies
    Comparing regional theatre shows to the London West End.
  • Ancient Greek Pottery  By : Terry Kubiak
    The pottery of ancient Greece is one of the most tangible and iconic elements of ancient Greek art. The colorful vases and pots of the ancient Greeks have survived in large numbers and are today highly prized as collectors items.
  • Attitude - It Can Be Your Key To Success! (part two)  By : Mike Hayes
    One of the most damaging obstacles to excellence in even the most ambitious students is "lack of practice". It is best to call this inefficiency and see it as a psychological rather than a physical handicap.
  • Craft Show Merchant Accounts  By : Natalie Goyette
    If you have followed my articles in the past, you will know that I truly believe that having credit card accessibility in your craft show booth. This could mean something as simple as calling the bank you deal with and setting up a credit card acceptance package – and having one of those old imprint machines and then tallying and sending away the receipts at the end of a craft show.
  • Put Youtube Movies On Your iPod  By : Thomas Martin
    There is a ton of good content on YouTube, but copyright infringement claims and DMCA take-down notices mean that any given video can disappear at any time. Having a local copy of the video means you won’t lose access if YouTube removes the video from their site. And if you convert the video to MP4 format, you can transfer it to your iPod as well.
  • Five Average Movies That Are Worth a Look, But Only Once  By : Ed Bagley
    Here are five movies that are worth a look, but only once. All five get my average rating; they include The Bourne Supremacy (with Matt Damon), Catch Me If You Can (with Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks), The Breakfast Club (with Emilio Estevez, Anthony Michael Hall, Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy), The Christmas Child, and Arsenic and Old Lace (with a very young Cary Grant).
  • Five More Movies You Think Would Be Better Than They Are  By : Ed Bagley
    Here are five more movies you think would be really better than they are, unfortunately for the films, the scripts, the direction, and the actors, they are not. All five get my terrible rating; they include Imagine Me & You, Down With Love (with Renee Zellweger), In Good Company, It Runs in the Family (with Michael Dougles and Kirk Douglas) and Laws of Attraction (with Pierce Brosnan and Julianne Moore).
  • Five Movies You Think Would Be Really Better Than They Are  By : Ed Bagley
    Here are five movies you think would be really better than they are, unfortunately for the films, the scripts, the direction, and the actors, they are not. All five get my terrible rating; they include About Schmidt (with Jack Nicholson and Kathy Bates as Oscar nominees), The Anchorman (with Will Ferrell and Christina Applegate), Before Sunset, Cocktail (with Tom Cruise) and Corky Romano (with Chris Kattan of Saturday Night Live fame).
  • Two Excellent Movies You Could See Over and Over and Not Miss a Beat  By : Ed Bagley
    The 1964 musical My Fair Lady is one of the best movies ever made, earning 12 Oscar nominations and winning 8 Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Director (George Cukor) and Best Actor (Rex Harrison) among major awards. See My Fair Lady with your children at home, and enjoy a Broadway musical. The Phantom of the Opera has it all: a story line, plot, great writing, great presentation, and even better music and lyrics. Phantom is a must see.
  • Attitude - It Can Be Your Key To Success!  By : Mike Hayes
    Most guitar students sincerely desire to learn their instrument. Countless persons, however, inhibit their own progress with useless fears and thought patterns which manifest themselves in a quick decline in both practice and confidence.
  • Million Dollar Baby: This Is One Fight Where You Get Your Money's Worth  By : Ed Bagley
    After watching so many pay-for-view fights on the tube and being disappointed, watching Million Dollar Baby was refreshing because I really got my money's worth. When the 2005 Academy Awards presentation ended, Million Dollar Baby, nominated for 7 Oscars, won 4, including Best Picture, Best Director (Clint Eastwood), Best Actress (Hillary Swank as Maggie Fitzgerald) and Best Supporting Actor (Morgan Freeman as Eddie "Scrap Iron" Dupris).
  • Why "Ghost" Appeals to Our Fervent and Subtle Imagination  By : Ed Bagley
    Ghost is everything that is right about a really scary movie. There are clearly good guys and bad guys, there is uncertainty about whether all of the good guys will be standing at the end of the movie, there is romance, there is sacrifice, there is redemption, there is the surreal to deal with, there is trying to stay grounded in reality, there is good and evil, and there is the eternal question of whether good will triumph in the end.
  • Surprise Ending Turns Spanglish Into a Triumph for James Brooks  By : Ed Bagley
    Spanglish is a relationship movie with a surprise ending in that the two principal characters in the movie actually do the right thing. Essentially, a housekeeper for a family becomes emotionally involved with the husband. They manage to almost lose it but do not act on their impulses, separating at the end with the husband going back to his dysfunctional wife and two children, and the housekeeper moving on to another chapter in her life.
  • Art Buchwald Lives On in Jewish Celebrity Cookbook  By : Nina Amir
    In typical Buchwaldian fashion, the famous comic columnist, who died on January 17, 2007, contributed a humorous recipe for a "gourmet meal" and biography to a Jewish celebrity cookbook project.
  • Origins Of "Non-Classical" Guitar  By : Mike Hayes
    In 1865 a number of Portuguese arrived to work the mighty Pioneer Sugar Plantations and through them, the island musicians were exposed to the first “non-classical” guitar styles - some 50 - 60 years before it moved into the limelight of American popular music.
  • 2 Movies About Young Adults That Prove Their Integrity and Substance  By : Ed Bagley
    Pretty in Pink is a classic high school story of first love and prom night, starring Molly Ringwald as Andie, a girl from the wrong side of tracks who falls for Blaine, a rich preppie. Andie proves to be a girl of truth, courage and integrity rather than a push over. Saint Ralph is the story of Ralph Walker, a 14-year-old boy who has an epiphany that tells him if he wins the Boston Marathon his mother will come out of her comma and recover.
  • How To Watch TV On Your PC  By : Thomas Martin
    Do you know there is a simple way for you to watch tv on your pc for free? You do not need any hardware or buy any TV tuner card to be able to watch tv on your pc
  • Tips to Help Represent Light and Form  By : Todd Harris
    This article helps artist avoid common mistakes when representing light and form in their figure drawings. Tips and info to help their figure drawings take life and improve drastically.
  • Hollywood Producers Want Fresh Ideas  By : Scott Manville
    Hollywood is built on the power of Idea, and thanks to the Internet the "Closed Door" of tinseltown has been kicked wide open for idea-people wanting to pitch the next hit TV show.
  • Guys, Valentine's Day will be Heaven or Hell for you...  By : Andrew Jamaz
    A funny look at preparing for Valentine's Day from a guys point of view.
  • Craft Show Booth Pizzazz – How You Can Do It!  By : Natalie Goyette
    The craft show booth is where all of the action happens. This is where people are going to take a look through your carefully made crafts to find something they want to add to their personal collection. As we have mentioned in several articles in the past, traffic is the key to making a lot of sales in the craft show business.
  • The Beginners Guide to Western Boots: 7 Things to Know Before Buying  By : Scott Corbett
    Not that long ago it seemed like Western boots, a.k.a. "cowboy boots," were the stuff of ranch hands and classic movies, but now everyone wants to get their hands on a pair (or two) of these fashionable boots. This is a simple guide for anyone looking to buy their first pair of real Western boots.
  • Tips to Instantly Improve Your Figure Drawings  By : Todd Harris
    This article reminds the artist of the most important principles of figure drawing. It shows the importance of observation and practice.
  • How To Find A Good Used Guitar  By : Jean Welles
    You can get fabulous deals buying a used guitar, if you know what to look for. This article is focused on how to find a good used acoustic or classical guitar
  • The Classical Guitar (an overview) and Origins Of "Non-Classical" Guitar Part 1  By : Mike Hayes
    Until approximately 1800A.D., everything to do with guitar playing and manufacture was in a state of flux. Tunings varied from country to country - different makers favored different numbers of strings.
  • The Three Stooges-Classic Comedy Icons  By : Robert Benson
    A short history/bio of the classic slapstick comedy icons, the Three Stooges. Curly, Larry and Moe and later Shemp were brought into theaters all across the country via Columbia Picures and were highly sucessful and often imitated. Their caustic brand of humor still makes people all over the world laugh today and will for many years to come.
  • Craft Show Tax Season  By : Natalie Goyette
    That’s right, if you are making money on your craft show sales, then you are probably going to have to declare your earnings and make a payment to the tax man. This is one of the necessary evils of doing business in our economy. Any time you open up a business this is a responsibility you are going to have to undertake. Craft show businesses are no different.
  • 7 Proven Tips and Techniques That Will Have You Taking Great Digital Photos That You Can Be Proud Of  By : Teresa Pocock
    Taking great digital photos is not as hard as you might think! In fact, if you are wondering how to take great digital photos, these 7 proven practical tips will tell you just that! By following these quick tips and techniques you will significantly improve your digital photography to the point where you will be taking impressive photos everyday!
  • The Mechanics of Deception Cryptography - Part II  By : Gersiane De Brito
    Morten St. George's theory that some of the Nostradamus prophecies reveal genuine knowledge of the future.
  • Who's Who in UFology Today  By : Francesca Black
    Below are ten names of the most educated, respected UFologists alive today. By studying their theories and published works, you will be on the forefront of UFology research.
  • History Of The Spanish and Classical Guitar  By : Mike Hayes
    With the coming of the Renaissance, inspired in part by Moslem learning brought home by returning Crusaders, the lute become the favorite instrument of Western Europe.
  • Best Position at a Craft Show  By : Natalie Goyette
    If you have read many of my articles in the past, you will know that I have stressed the idea of traffic being the key to unlocking untold potential in the craft show business. One of the ways that a craft show business owner must look to maximize the potential traffic in their booth is where the booth is placed during a craft show.
  • The Journey Of Cady McClain, Soap Diva  By : Mark Greenstein
    The two Emmy Award actress for day time soaps: "All my children" and "As the World Turns" proves she has what it takes to fine tune her skills.
  • How to Dance Samba No Pe  By : Robert L J Bloom
    The conventional type of samba danced in the Rio carnival is samba no pe. Samba no pe is done in a 2/4 rhythm where the dancer takes three steps to every bar. The dance consists of jumps and turns. It is important that when you jump you should not jump too high.
  • Cirque Du Soleil's Corteo Review  By : Jason OConnor
    If you've evered wondered what Cirque Du Soleil was like, or considered going to a show, you've got to read this review.
  • Where to Find Free Tattoo Designs  By : Zac Parker
    So you've thought long and hard about getting a tattoo and you've decided that yes, you're definitely going to 'get inked'? If so, the next logical question to ask is, "What design do I choose?"
  • Join the Ranks of Broadway Music Fans! There is Something for Everyone!  By : Timothy Rea
    Broadway music is rich in history and it has an exciting future. If you don't know the music of Broadway, give it a shot. It isn't just 'The Sound of Music', anymore!
  • Morrissey and "The Dream of the Decade"  By : Edward Victor
    Authors continue to be inspired by the Manchester singer/songwriter, Morrissey and along with his new record, a new novel "The Dream of the Decade" echoes the spirit of his band, "The Smiths."


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