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Colorful Artists Bring the Caribbean More Fame (09 Apr 2006)

Without a doubt, visual art is one of the most important aspects of Caribbean culture. And as more and more artists from the region attract international acclaim and attention, the unique style of Caribbean painters is becoming accessible to wider...

Comic Book Collectors; Nerdy Geeks or Shrewd Investors? (07 Feb 2006)

When one says, yeah, I collect comic books, what is the general public response? Oh no, a slightly off the wall geek. Here is someone who has lost touch with reality. Or someone that is in his or her own little world. I think not. Yes, comic boo...

Comic Book Industry Blunders (07 Apr 2006)

What has gone wrong within the industry and can it be fixed? The rape and pillage, in the eyes of some, may have left the comic book industry gasping for life support. It seems that for an industry that has seen so much success, the history of c...

Comic Book Industry Errors, Part 2 (09 Sep 2005)

Although lacking in popularity for years, the mid-50s through early 60s brought back a resurgence of the superheroes. This in itself was not bad, especially since I like superheroes. But as the publishers wanted to cash in on this rebirth, all oth...

Comic Books History - Part I (18 Apr 2006)

Because comic books have such a long history I'm breaking up this series into several parts.

Comic books. Arguably one of the largest industries in the world. To be able to store every comic ever written you would need a city the size of N...

Comic Books History - Part III (19 Apr 2006)

In this final issue of comic books history we begin with the year 1933.

In 1933, "Detective Dan, Secret Op. 48" was the first comic, sold on the newsstands, with original material in it. It was written by Norman Marsh and published by Humor...

Common Real Estate FAQs: Are You Ready to Buy a Home? (01 Sep 2005)

When looking into anything new, it is normal to have questions. Here are some common questions and answers about real estate to help you gain that edge when deciding whether buying a home is right for you.

Which is better: renting or buying?...

Common Themes in African Art (24 Nov 2005)

When a person views African art, several themes seem to come up over and over again. These themes are representations of different things that are significant to African culture; and reveal the importance behind some of its most beautiful art. In ...

Competencies for Recruitment Professionals: Measuring Their Efficiency and ROI! (09 Sep 2005)

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For high growth organizations, attracting, hiring and retaining the right talent is critical. Add the right players to your team and you have a key source of competitive advantage. Attract the wrong talent and you will have difficulty...

Contemporary Erotic Art (04 Oct 2005)

Sexual aspects always played a mayor role in art, it's surely not something that's limited to our present time, we humans always felt the need to visualize our desires and celebrate the beauty of love. Even the first artworks made by humans have a...

Contest Advice for Screenplay Writers (28 Oct 2005)

Introduction

There are many screenplay contests available to the aspiring screenwriter. These contests can be a good avenue to getting one's work noticed and/or make a sale. So, it's important to make certain that you have written...

Cookies, Milk And Santa - An Adventure Of The Miracle Twins (17 Jan 2006)

One Christmas Eve after mother reading a Christmas story about a Jolly man in the red suite, how the good little children left cookies and milk for him before retiring, Wally being the older said, "Monty let us also fetch Santa milk and cookies." ...

Coping With Information Overload (26 Nov 2005)

It's been said that the average New York Times Sunday edition contains more information than a person in 15th century England was exposed to during their entire lifetime.

In the information age, our minds get bombarded daily with so much dat...

Corn Sugar and Blood and The Rise and Fall of the Cleveland Mafia (30 Nov 2005)

Chapter I

"Big Ange" and the Death of the Cleveland Mafia

In 1983, Angelo Lonardo, 72, one-time Cleveland Mafia boss, turned government informant. He shocked family, friends, law enforcement officers and particularly, criminal associ...

Corporate Spooks? Never Heard of Em (27 Jan 2006)

You're not alone. In fact, it's doubtful if many have. If, upon hearing the term, "Corporate Spook", you picture a spy tiptoeing through a darkened office, armed with a tiny pen that shoots a deadly projectile into a counterspy extracting trade ...

Cosmetic Dentistry for the Working Person (07 Mar 2006)

One of the greatest investments that a business person can make is in their smile. A terrific smile makes a lasting positive impression, more powerful than any suit or briefcase. Even if your charisma and manner is impressive to those who know y...

Cow Thoughts (19 Oct 2005)

Scene: A June dawn illuminates a peaceful farm in southern Wisconsin. A couple of cows are resting in their stalls, a third seems to stare at a crooked crack in the barn door, thinking cow thoughts.

Here comes the sun. Finally. It seems ...

Crash (16 Jan 2006)

Rarely do I find myself equally liking and disliking a movie but that is exactly where I find myself with Crash, Paul Haggis' first film following the critically acclaimed Million Dollar Baby. Crash follows a group of people in L.A. as their live...

Create Your Own Webcomic (22 Mar 2006)

Syndicated comic authors have been complaining about newspaper size restrictions, content censoring and similar issues for a long time. Comic enthusiasts have been increasingly irritated by the treatment their entertainment medium receives as well...

Creating Distance in a Landscape Oil Painting (31 Aug 2005)

Keeping interest in a painting is important. One of the best ways to do this in a landscape painting is to create distance. The first thing to remember is the farther away something is the less detail it will have. also it will be lighter in color...

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