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Tickets - Where To Get Them (27 Feb 2006)
In this second article about purchasing tickets for events, we're going to focus on just where you can buy these tickets from.
Good question. Where DO you get tickets for a Mets game or a night out at a Broadway show?
Well, the first ...
Tickets - How Hard Are They To Get? (03 May 2006)
Tickets. And no, I'm not talking about the kind you get from the police officer who just happened to flag you down for going 30 miles per hour over the speed limit. I'm talking about the kind of tickets you purchase for, well, for just about any...
When A Person Has Two Faces, You Have To Be A Mirror (07 Oct 2005)
A middle aged man was fired this week. A young, single mother is likely to follow. Two people with the same problem - they both have two faces.
Even children know the difference between fantasy and deception. Occasionally, there are adult...
Troy Burroghs, in Chicago (07 Dec 2005)
(December l969) I was going on leave, from Army Basic Training; it was Christmas time, and I stopped in Chicago, a short stay, and only but a few hours. I pulled the string of the bus and he let me off. I was thinking this was my stop, seeing a s...
Troy Burroghs, and the Snow Sign (29 Apr 2006)
Life never is a piece of cake for me, oh no, it has always had its ups and downs. I know, for I've had my share.
I was driving the other day to the movie theater; it was in the State of Minnesota, in the middle of its most deadly winter, sn...
The Right Time (07 Feb 2006)
Marianne's fourth grade teacher walked with a limp. Some unfortunate accident took all of her toes on her left foot making walking difficult. Some students made fun of her behind her back and stared at her foot unmercifully. But she was a wonde...
A Method To Find Your Favorite Artistic Style (25 Mar 2006)
Do you know what your favorite artistic style is? Do you prefer abstract, contemporary, retro, art nouveau, expressionism, folk art, romanticism, realism, naive, cartoon, or surrealism? As you know, the list of art styles could go on and on. Which...
Unity: Why Its a Design Principle (19 Jan 2006)
"Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events" (2004):
"Three wealthy children's parents are killed in a fire. When they are sent to a distant relative, they find out that he is plotting to kill them and seize their fortune."
The design ...
Try, Try Again (29 Mar 2006)
"If at first you don't succeed, try, try again... Then quit. No use being a damn fool about it." ~Mark Twain
Let your motto be to *never stop trying* as you pursue your artistic expressions. The more you practice, the better you'll get! Go o...
Whats Going On In Your Life? (05 Mar 2006)
"In addition to the artistic influences, I am influenced by my current private life, my feelings about it and my energy level and state of health." ~ Frank Auerbach
Without a doubt, artists are influenced by their surroundings. After studyin...
Nightmare Well (A Poem-With Commentary) (06 May 2006)
The night winds, hollow�deep in nightmare well, I have peered down it countless
Times, only to find, see primal creatures climb, its slimy sides�!
The horrors deep within this well are horrors before the age of man, powers from
The Fable of Big Chest: The Assemblage (Part Two; Chaper one) (12 Jan 2006)
Prelude to the past: there was a polar shift taking place in the Hudson Bay area, whereas, this area was not seeing any night at all and on the other side of the world it was not seeing any day: although there was what one mi...
A Peruvian Christmas Tale (in Spanish and English) (19 Nov 2005)
Balloon over White Mountain
Up in the mountains of the Andes of Peru, is a little village called San Jeronimo, and not far from there is White Mountain (to the inhabitants of the area it is called: Huaytapallana). Here lived a family, and a...
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...
I Am Difference Reality (27 Apr 2006)
As an art agent I come across many diverse individuals and artwork. I have a client, Gabrielle Gianella whom photographs nature. She sent me pictures of her pet frogs, an Australian Tree Frog and a Costa Rican Red Eye Frog.
Each creature was in f...
Collecting Art - Do You Have the Bottle (26 Aug 2005)
The headline reads "Undiscovered master piece sells for millions at Auction". The family was overjoyed to discover that a picture that had hung on their grandfather's wall for years attracted a six figure price at auction. Grandson and heir said "...
Steer Wrestlin in the Snow (29 Apr 2006)
Usually, we don't rodeo in the snow, but I decided to give it a try if Bob and Harry were game. Since we needed new rules for snow rodeo, I decided it would be best at first if I were trainer and judge rather than a participant.
Anyway, I go...
History of Comic Books - Part II (12 Sep 2005)
In part 2 of comic books history I'll be covering the first half of the Platinum age. The second half will be in the last installment.
The Platinum age started with a book that came out in 1897 titled "The Yellow Kid in McFadden's Flats." I...
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...
Aforgomons Creation [Poetic Prose] (09 Feb 2006)
[Poetic Prose of an ungodly creation]
(Part I, Aforgomon's son) I saw the god-son, of Aforgomon, there was something in his gaze likened to a salty hurricane! Like his father he tried to swallow me, but I escaped t...
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