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  • "Camelot" Is a Magical Movie, and a Primer in Civilized Human Relationships and Growth  By : Ed Bagley
    Camelot, released in 1967, celebrates its 40th anniversary this October, and was based on the 1960 musical play Camelot written by Alan Jay Lerner with music by Frederic Loewe. Camelot became a modern day legend when it was immortalized after President John F. Kennedy's assassination. Camelot the play and Camelot the film were both truly inspirational musical productions.
  • "Prada" Boss Drives Away Everyone and Everything But Blind Ambition  By : Ed Bagley
    Meryl Streep, one of Hollywood's best actresses, carries The Devil Wears Prada like the namesake handbag we see early in this movie, which is about Miranda Priestly, a powerful New York fashion magazine editor who hires Andy Sachs (Anne Hathaway), a recent journalism grad, to be her new gofer. In the end, she ditches the job when she realizes that life without her boyfriend, her friends and family are not worth the price of being exclusive.
  • "Rush Hour 3" - Comedy Movie Review - Four Out Of Five Stars  By : Priscilla Parham
    Comedy movie go'ers delight... Just got back from watching Rush Hour 3 at the theatre. Who said sequels cannot be as good as the first? In my humble opinion Rush Hour 3 easily ties the first Rush Hour the only advantage being the first had the element of surprise.
  • 11 Country Music Quotes For National Country Music Day  By : Noel Jameson
    Did you know that country music has its own day dedicated to it? Yes, this month we celebrate National Country Music Day. If you love country music, you're going to love these 11 country music quotes.
  • 12 Music Quotes to Celebrate Guitar Month  By : Noel Jameson
    Nothing can quite lift our spirits, help us over a heartache or get our point across like a great song, and the greatest songs leave us with music quotes that are hard to forget. This month (April), we're celebrating Guitar Month with some of the best music quotes ever written.
  • 14 George Lucas Quotes to Celebrate His May 14th Birthday  By : Noel Jameson
    George Lucas, the father of Star Wars, is a Hollywood icon. Millions of people across the globe adore him with his fan base transcending race, gender and age. Celebrate his May 14th birthday with these 14 famous George Lucas quotes.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 16 Mark Twain Quotes for Humor Month  By : Noel Jameson
    Mark Twain didn't get famous by accident and Mark Twain quotes can shed some light on why we adore this all-American writer. A little humor, a bit of wit and a good measure of down-right common sense make Mark Twain quotes some of the best to be read. Enjoy these Mark Twain quotes, especially during Humor Month.
  • 18 Funny Friendship Quotes To Make You Laugh  By : Noel Jameson
    While friends can make us smile, funny friendship quotes can make us smile or even laugh out loud. I've put together a list of some of my favorite funny friendship quotes that are sure to make you and your closest friends break out into laughter when you share them together.
  • 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.
  • 20 Shakespeare Quotes To Celebrate The Birth of a Master  By : Noel Jameson
    "To be or not to be" may very well be one of the most famous Shakespeare quotes ever written. But Shakespeare's written masterpeices go well beyond this short line from a single play. To read more of Shakespeare's famous words, read on...
  • 3 Ways You Can Profit From The Audio Book Trend With Zero Investment  By : Alberto Abudara
    In the last months the number of online audio book stores has increased exponentially. How can an average person profit from this hot trend, creating a new stream of income without the millionaire investment that would represent setting up a new audio book store from the ground?
  • 4 Things You DIDN’T Know About Making Money At Craft Shows  By : Natalie Goyette
    How could the title of this be possible? If you have followed my series of craft show articles, you probably know that I have covered a lot of information in these articles. You probably can’t think of anything new that I can tell you, but I assure you, I still have a few more ideas for you to make more money at craft shows.
  • 5 Hobbies You Can Turn Into Craft Show Profits  By : Natalie Goyette
    When some people think of crafts, they think of little knick knacks, or trinkets, or maybe what their son or daughter made in school or in church. But a craft, by definition, is anything that is made by the hands – or at least in most part by the hands. That means most of the ‘craft-like’ hobbies we have are considered crafts.
  • 6 Tips You Should Know When You Learn Mentalism  By : Bradlee Carter
    I absolutely love magic! It's so mind-boggling and fun to watch. I've enjoyed magic for almost 13 years and still can't get enough. One area of magic that I find very interesting is mentalism. The idea of being able to read minds and do mind control tricks has always fascinated me. In this article, I'm going to talk about 6 points that will help you to learn mentalism for the aspiring magician.
  • 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!
  • A Brief History Of Greek Music  By : Mike Shaw
    The musical history of the Greeks may be divided into two great periods, the historical, and the mythological. The mythological period covers the entire range of traditions and legends, and extends up to the time when the Greeks began to reckon by Olympiads.
  • A Brief History Of Roman Music  By : Mike Shaw
    The Romans had little or no musical genius, and they were content to take their music, like every other artistic element of their national life, from the Greeks. The Greek was the child of nature, refined and educated through his own innate sense of beauty and fitness.
  • A Brief History Of The Mayan Culture  By : Terry Kubiak
    The Mayan civilization was the height of pre-Columbian culture. They made significant discoveries in science, including the use of the zero in mathematics.
  • A Brief Music History Of The Town Minstrel Part 1  By : Mike Shaw
    As Europe emerged from the barbarism, savagery and intellectual barrenness of the centuries after the fall of the Roman Empire. Music was available in two distinct types, which was represented by two distinct people of the time, the Monk and the Gleeman or Minstrel.
  • A Garden Of Roses: Character Relationships In “Marimite”  By : alexis
    While most hit anime shows that make it to Western audiences are the ones that either show off an excessive amount of cleavage or have hideously long fight scenes, there are shows that actually have some level of substance. Among those shows is “Maria-sama ga Miteru,” which focuses heavily not on an overarching plot, but on the intricacies and nuances of daily life for a group of tightly-knit girls in high school. The show is often applauded for the intense emotional depth of the characters and
  • A Place to Hear the Last Silken Sighs of a Dying Art  By : Donovan Baldwin
    Chinese silk art is a dying art, but there is a place where it can still be least for a few more years. You see, there is a small Chinese silk embroidery gallery in Carmel, California where Lu Luo will be happy to tell you all about it.
  • A Refurbished Digital Camera: The Pros, The Cons … The Cost Savings  By : Tracy Hargraves
    Buying the latest gadgets does not mean spending a lot. In fact, you can get great deals and save money on a good used or refurbished digital camera. Just like buying other products, make sure you invest time on checking the product before buying it.
  • A Romantic Comedy That Works With a Couple of 60+ Senior Citizens  By : Ed Bagley
    Something's Gotta Give is a romantic comedy without substance that works because of Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton. Keaton is one the few actresses at age 60 who has been able to partner with bankable leading men. She seems to have found the secret to staying young, alive and attractive while Nicholson at 69 and counting appears his age and has not benefited from the passage of time. Keaton is one fine looking 60-year-old woman.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • Am I Too Old To Learn To Play The Organ Or Keyboard?  By : Mike Shaw
    I have been teaching Keyboard and Organ for nearly thirty years, my youngest student was Four years old, and the oldest was Eighty years old.
  • 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.
  • An Iranian Foreign Film Fails To Promote Real Understanding  By : Ed Bagley
    Children of Heaven is an Iranian movie with subtitles about a boy who accidentally loses his sister’s worn out shoes after being sent to get them repaired, and must share his own worn out sneakers with her in a sort of relay while each attends school at different times during the day. Unfortunately, Children of Heaven has an unsettling ending. If it were not for this terrible ending, I would rate this film higher.
  • Ancient Egyptian mummybeads and lapis scarabs  By : Terry Kubiak
    A number of semi-precious stones were available from Egypt’s natural resources but in ancient times, the greatest number of beads were made from faience, an inexpensive ceramic paste that was developed around 4000 BC in Egypt and Mesopotamia. Faience is the forerunner of glass and although the recipe was a closely guarded secret, the technology spread throughout the Ancient World.
  • 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.
  • Ancient Roman pottery, the amphora and Roman spear points  By : Terry Kubiak
    In the second millennium BC, the Romans emerged from a small settlement near Rome to begin a course of expansion that was to make them the dominant power in the Mediterranean. By the 1st Century AD, Roman territories expanded from Britain in the north to Egypt in the south.
  • 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.
  • Anime - The Popular Animated Japanese Art And Artists  By : Andrew Wills
    Anime is, of course, an abbreviation of the word “animation.” All animation must first be hand-drawn by the artist, and these artists have mostly also done comic renditions for comic books and started out with that as their goal. The artist could have free reign to create whatever kind of characters they wanted. One of the most popular anime series is called Inuyasha, a feudal fairy tale.
  • Anime Versus Manga  By : Andrew Wills
    If you are a magna fan and reading up on the latest anime and manga releases and the history of the subject, you will find there has been a lot of confusion between anime and manga. Suffice it to say that manga means Japanese comic books, or in other words, those drawn-on-paper cartoons originating in Japan. Anime is animation, or you could say, the animated versions of manga.
  • Another 5 Movies You Think Would Be Better Than They Are  By : Ed Bagley
    Here are another five movies you think would be really better than they are, unfortunately they are not. All five get my terrible rating; they include Gods and Generals (with Robert Duvall, Jeff Daniels and Stephen Lang), Mr. and Mrs. Smith (with Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie), Just Like Heaven (with Reese Witherspoon), Miracle (the U. S. Hockey Team victory at the 1980 Olympic Games), and How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (with Kate Hudson).
  • Are Audio Books Online Downloads a Good Investment?  By : Harold Nusbaum
    Audio books online downloads are quickly replacing yesterdays printed books of the Publishing Industry! The yearly growth of audio books online downloads continues to compound itself! This article from gives a quick understanding into this interesting phenomenon.
  • 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.
  • Art Shows  By : Slavco Stefanoski
    Of all the arts, the beheld ones are apparently the best difficult in agreement of authoritative money accomplishing what you love. Don't get me amiss – it is appealing accessible to get a gig as a beheld artisan if you are accommodating to do added architecture aggressive stuff.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Bass Guitar Essentials  By : Chris H.
    Picking out my very first bass guitar was an exciting event. With all of the excitement of my purchase, I decided to make sure I have all of the essentials needed for my new bass.
  • 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.
  • Beneath the Armor of The Iron Man  By : spatty46
    There are countless superheroes out there, each one forever given a legacy in the comic world by their persona, their villains, and their burdens. There are very few that can argue that Tony Stark, the Iron Man, does not carry a great burden on his shoulders each time he dons his infamous invincible armor. It is arguable that, given his situation and his flaws, Tony Stark is among the most human characters in comic books today.
  • 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.
  • Bust Boredom with Kid Crafts  By : Charles and Kim Petty..
    Have you ever heard those familiar words, "I'm bored," coming from the mouth of your child? If so, then kid crafts are the answer. Provide the kids with craft materials and boredom will be a thing of the past. Read on for ideas about kid crafts.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Craft Shows – Finding One Near You  By : Natalie Goyette
    Part of getting your craft show business going is to find craft shows that are within a reasonable distance away from you. Until you really get things going you probably don’t want to have to go across the Midwest or the Northeast United States in order to find something that is going to work for you.
  • Create Your Own Nintendo 64 Package  By : JJ Hendricks
    Games, accessories, and controllers you should be sure to buy when shopping for a Nintendo 64 system so you get the most out of your purchase
  • Creative Guitar - Part 1  By : Mike Hayes
    Mastering the modes is the best way to add color to your lead playing. All the great modern guitar players, from Satriani to Hammett to Vai, have a through command of the modes.
  • 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.
  • Earn an Art Degree from an Accredited College Online  By : Penelope Grant
    The Arts Institute Online offers an opportunity to earn a degree without leaving home. The Arts Institute Online program offers a large variety of degree programs and courses to meet your interest and help you earn the degree of your choice. Many online education institutions feature degrees for nursing, paralegal studies, technology or education. Fine art is now among programs being made available online through the Arts Institute. Certificate, diploma, associate's, bachelor's and master's degree programs are now available.
  • Embracing Eatonville - Photographic Exhibition  By : Andrew Wills
    The current photographic exhibition at the University of Michigan Museum of Art Off/Site gallery, entitled Embracing Eatonville features the photographs of Dawoud Bey, Lonnie Graham, Carrie Mae Weems, and Deborah Willis, each of whom attempts to represent (in varying ways) the historic town of Eatonville, Florida.
  • Escape: An Old Time Radio Classic  By : Ned Norris
    Ned Norris takes a look at one of the old time radio series of the 1940s and 50s that is often overlooked in favor of more famous shows such as Suspense.
  • 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.
  • 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 That Try Hard Yet Still End Up As Terrible  By : Ed Bagley
    Here are five movies that try hard but are rated terrible for the effort. They include Napoleon Dynamite (with Jon Heder), Once Upon a Time in Mexico (with Antonio Banderas, Johnny Depp and Salma Hayek), The Notebook (with James Garner, Gena Rowlands and Rachel McAdams), Of Human Bondage (W. Somerset Maugham's novel with Leslie Howard and Bette Davis), and The Prince and the Showgirl (with Marilyn Monroe and Laurence Olivier).
  • 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).
  • Flaunt Your Trim Figure With Amazing Tattoos on Lower Backs  By : Wincent Loh
    The tattoos on lower back are considered as a sex symbol for women. It is literally fun to exhibit your lower back with amusing designs. The lower back area is such that it accommodates fairly good design that can be either hidden or exposed depending on the need.
  • For 200 years the Corinthians sold their pottery all over the Greek world  By : Terry Kubiak
    Ancient Greek pottery is frequently signed, sometimes by the potter or the master of the pottery, but only occasionally by the painter. Hundreds of painters are however, identifiable by their artistic personalities, where their signatures haven’t survived they are named for their subject choices, as “the Achilles Painter”, by the potter they worked for, such as the late Archaic “Kleophrades Painter”
  • Four Romantic Comedies That Will Not Stress Your Emotions  By : Ed Bagley
    Here are four romantic comedies that will not stress your emotions: Matthew McConaughey and Sarah Jessica Parker in Failure to Launch, Jennifer Lopez (J-Lo) in Maid in Manhattan and The Wedding Planner, and Michael J. Fox and Gabrielle Anwar in For Love or Money. Just sit back and be entertained. If you want great stories, great acting and great direction, try other movies.
  • 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.
  • Ghost Nurses  By : Kate Loving Shenk
    Nurses May Not Get The Credit They Deserve, But Unseen Helpers Support Us Every Day
  • 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.
  • Hanging Pictures in Drywall  By : Kurt Schefken...
    Home decorating consists of putting up drywall, redecorating, painting, hanging wallpaper or putting in new flooring. One part of home decorating that we tend to overlook is hanging a picture. This may seem like a very simple project, but if it's not done correctly, you can have problems. Before you begin hanging a picture, you need to consider the weight of the picture and the type of wall you will be hanging it on.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Hollywood's Most Perfect Actress Had Beauty, Fashion, Grace and Humility  By : Ed Bagley
    Was there ever an actress who combined these four timeless qualities—beauty, fashion, grace and humility—better than Audrey Hepburn? I think not, especially when I see her again in Breakfast at Tiffany's. We shall not see another like her in our lifetime and by then the film industry may be on the way out when some newer, better technology unknown to us today arrives. Audrey Hepburn was a model of grace and humility.
  • 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.
  • How to Contact Comic Book Artists & Writers  By : Jordan McAuley
    How to contact comic book artists and writers at various comic book conventions around the country
  • How To Create your Own Life-Sized Predator or Alien Sculpture From Scrap Metal  By : Martin Pavion
    If you have ever been fascinated by the sight of a 3 meter tall Alien or Predator statue that's created from the scrap metal from cars, weapons, boats and appliances then this article will teach you exactly what it takes to have your own life-sized alien or predator statue in your living room,
  • 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.
  • 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
  • How To Get Into Modeling – Even If You Don’t Live In A Big City  By : holywoodnorth
    When it comes to modeling, many people have the notion that they either have to live in California or in New York or Toronto. After all, that’s where most of the big modeling agencies are. Granted, if you lived in Los Angeles, California or New York City, you’d probably have an easier time getting into the modeling industry.
  • How To Make Correct Astrological Predictions?  By : kemengr
    "I have studied it, you have not!", is the famous retort of Sir Isaac
    Newton when confronted by Edmond Halley, his student on the master's
    belief in astrology. There are those who protest that astrology is not
    a science since it does not conform to the principle of falliability.
  • 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
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Instantly Removable Tattoo Inks  By : Arthor Pens
    One company, Freedom-2, is bringing products to market that will change the paradigm of tattooing. Their ink is based on encapsulating bio-absorbable dyes in polymethylmethacrylate microspheres.
  • Is DirecTV the Right Choice for You - A TV Junkie's High Definition View  By : Andrew Wills
    As TV goes, I watch my fair share. Movies, network television, home videos, and reruns of the X-Files on DVD; I love them all. I have some thoughts on Direct TV, or as the trade name says, "DirecTV". DirecTV is a direct broadcast satellite. DirecTV offers lots of high definition (HD) programming and services. Digital quality is superb, and the high definition television channels are spectacular.
  • Is Theatre Experience Better In London?  By : Martin Davies
    Comparing regional theatre shows to the London West End.
  • Japanese Anime  By : Steve Kelley
    You may already be familiar with Japan's high-quality cars, sushi, modern culture, and unique fashion. There is one other aspect that people of all ages around the world can appreciate: anime.
  • 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!
  • Learn Art: Balance & Rhythm  By : Domen Lombergar
    Balance is the perception of visual equilibrium, and relates to our physical sense of balance. It is an appeasement of opposing forces in a composition that results in visual stability. Most successful compositions attain balance in one of two ways: symmetrically or asymmetrically. Balance in a three dimensional object is simple to understand.
  • Let Us Examine Your Song More Closely!  By : Dennis R. Sinnott
    Tips and advice on how songwriters can succeed in the music industry
  • Madonna, The True American Idol  By : Andrew Wills
    Maybe others will succumb, but never Madonna. Celebrity adoptions in the news, marriages on the rocks, divorce: the media can play up on every small detail, making the life of our entertainment icons come to life, but not always in a positive way. Music was her savior and got her through the tough times. What are some of the things Madonna has accomplished? In 20 years she won numerous awards, including American Music Awards.
  • Memberships to Unlimited Music Download Sites  By : Thomas Martin
    Most unlimited music downloads sites offer lifetime memberships only. Only a selected few offer 1-year or 2-year memberships. But frankly, the lifetime memberships almost always give you the best bang for your bucks. Even if these sites do offer 1 or 2 year memberships, the price difference is only a few dollars. We recommend that you opt for lifetime membership for a better deal.
  • Method Acting - Practical Excercises for the Actor  By : Brian Timoney
    The article provides practical excercises and information on Lee Strasberg's Method approach to acting.
  • 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).
  • More Than Meets The Eye: The Future Of Transformers  By : Andrew Wills
    As any true child of the ‘80s can tell you, Transformers were created by the toy company Hasbro after meeting Takara (a Japanese toy company) at the Tokyo Toy Show in 1983. By combining Takara’s toy lines Diaclone and Micro Change, Hasbro created a product line unlike any other.
  • Morrissey and "The Dream of the Decade"  By : Edward Victor
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