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How to Sell Your Art at Charity Events (20 Feb 2006)
You've perfected your art or craft. You've given tons to your family and friends and now their friends and family want your art as well! Your workspace overflows with finished projects that you move from side to side so that you can create more ar...
Protect Yourself While Gaming - Tips to Avoid Eye Strain and Proper Sitting Tips While Playing Games (03 Oct 2005)
Gaming means long hours at the computer. Self absorbent and an obsessive hobby, incorrect habits and posture are detrimental to health. Problems like musculoskeletal injuries, eyestrain, and disabilities of the hands and wrist like, RSI or Repetit...
Pick A Card, Any Card! (06 May 2006)
Have you ever noticed that if you give someone a deck of cards
and ask them to do a card trick, the first thing they will do is
spread out the cards and say "Pick a card, any card."? Why is
that? Is this the only magic that can be done with a pa...
Californias First School Teacher (25 Jan 2006)
The future looked grim for the 130 Americans Inside Mission Santa Clara de Asis.
The gates of the crumbling Mission were barricaded to keep out the Spanish soldiers of Don Francisco Sanchez, who appeared on the verge of attacking the newly a...
Wheelbarrow Johnny (29 Sep 2005)
Nineteen-year-old John joined a wagon train leaving South Bend, Indiana, and came west to search for gold. Instead of seeking gold, however, he ended up making wheelbarrows.
When young John arrived at Old Dry Diggings (now Placerville), it w...
The Case of the Great CD Cover Mystery (28 Sep 2005)
Characters: Detective John Clark, Lead Singer Deb Turbulent,
Bassist Chris Jones, Guitarist Jeff Zane, Keyboardist Jay Davis, Drummer Bill Webb
It was a sunny but cool Monday morning, about 10:30 a.m. I
had made it in late because, well, ...
How To Get Even With Starbucks! (18 Sep 2005)
I am not a patient man.
Nor am I overly devious.
So although I haven't personally experienced the following
hijinx, I have watched a guy I know go through this ritual,
Plus, I hate Starbucks coffee. It's way too "...
O. Rosmarus: The People Watcher (15 Apr 2006)
Last summer I spent time walking the beaches of the Chukchi Sea. I was interested in the Anqallyt, the sea people of the area.
I saw a spurt of water from the sand and I dug with my hand-carved walking stick until I found a clam. That's when...
A French Teachers Memories: School Theater (04 Jan 2006)
To play theater is a way of learning French culture that both teachers and pupils appreciate... until June. In most schools, at the end of the year, there is a theater performance.
Usually, two teachers are requisitioned to organize the rehe...
Whirling Dervish Delivers Country Comedy Melodrama Sensation in One Fell Swoop (13 Oct 2005)
Caught momentarily in this northeastern city on the Hudson, author Joseph Yakel took a quick time out to give his reaction to recent comments that his literary giant, "The Legend of Juggin Joe", has essentially resurrected the American Classic Boo...
Visual Art As Communication (05 Jan 2006)
Most of us are used to regular conversational words that we may use in day-to-day life. We may even take for granted some of the things we say or hear when we have those conversations. With this there are many more sources of information that ma...
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...
Breakdancing: The Roots of The Street Dance (14 Aug 2005)
Breakdancing is the street dancing which began around 1969. Most people will agree that the superstar James Brown began the whole thing with a dance called the "Good Foot". James Brown was a real innovator and his dancing was something to behold. ...
Will Cuppy, Where Are You? (14 Aug 2005)
Where are you Will Cuppy when we need you most?
"What! Who are you? Damn, is that you Will Cuppy?"
"Why do you look so surprised? You asked where I was, didn't you?"
"Give me a minute. I've not talked to too many from the Great B...
The Brady Bunch (08 Apr 2006)
THE BRADY BUNCH - THE MEATCUTTER'S BALL
1. A Very Brady Birth
2. Color Coding
4. The French Connection
5. Brady Fun Trivia
6. Brady Times Infinity
7. Six Degrees Of Brady Sunday Bacon
8. The Brady ...
James Bond (03 Aug 2005)
NOBODY DOES IT BETTER
ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE
FOR YOUR EYES ONLY
JAMES BOND, JR.
BIRDS OF A FEATHER
THE REAL JAMES BOND
JAWS VS. JAWS
ABOVE THE LAW
Who Was Robinson Crusoe? (11 Nov 2005)
Robinson Crusoe was BIG when I was a kid. We loved the movie and we loved playing the role of Robinson Crusoe.
The story of Robinson Crusoe is based on a true story as most everyone knows, but often I read or hear that Robinson Crusoe was a ...
Angel in the Fountain (14 Aug 2005)
It was winter and gone were the rows of cheery colored
annuals and sweet smelling rose's that caressed our
senses during the warm summer days. The freshly mowed
green lawns that held us in it's cool soothing embrace were
now covered with snow....
Magic Tricks - Inventing Magic (06 Apr 2006)
Creating magic illusions is an increadibly satisfying aspect of magic that many magicians overlook. It leaves you with a unique trick that the audience will hopefully remember you by. However, there are many reasons why most magicians use off-th...
Framed Art (12 Jan 2006)
By displaying framed art in your home or office, you are complimenting any room you place them in. The best aspect of framed art is that it is quick, easy and relatively inexpensive. Framed art is typically purchased to match d�cor in a person's...
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