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Diamond is Aprils Birthstone (29 Nov 2005)

If you're still young enough to remember your birthday, you probably also remember the special birthstone assigned to it. But at your age, we bet you don't really know the SIGNIFICANCE of your birthstone and what power the ancients felt would be ...

Aquamarine is Marchs Birthstone (06 Mar 2006)

If you're still young enough to remember your birthday, you probably also remember the special birthstone assigned to it. But at your age, we bet you don't really know the SIGNIFICANCE of your birthstone and what power the ancients felt would be ...

Birthstone Origins: Stranger than Fiction (20 Sep 2005)

In the Old Testament, the book of Exodus tells the story of the Breastplate of Aaron, used in religious ceremonies. (Aaron…just in case you were absent from Sunday school that day…was the Biblical figure who performed, at Moses' direction, the mi...

Special Event Flowers (17 Feb 2006)

When you are in charge of organizing a "Special Event", you want to make a good impression. Don't forget the flowers to make your event memorable. Your local florist offers a wide variety of floral décor for any event!

Flowers can add a spec...

Handicrafts of Kerala (10 Dec 2005)

Kerala, the Gods own country Situated in India has a rich tradition of Handicrafts. Kerala's traditional handicrafts are a class of its own. The artisans of kerala have traditional expertise in carving in wood, jewellery design, both gold and silv...

A Fresher Take on the Worlds Biggest Lies (13 Apr 2006)

Last month, I did a column about the world's biggest lies. Based on popular demand, I have decided to do a sequel. Here are ten more common, everyday fallacies that I am debunking. Actually, I've added an extra one this time for good measure. Enjo...

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...

Art Supply Online Warehouses – A Great Way To Save (14 Apr 2006)

It can be a lot of fun walking into an art supply store at the mall or to a local art and craft warehouse. The shelves contain a variety of art supplies, from acrylic paints to wooden easels, and the staff are often very friendly and passionate be...

Magic is Still Kicking in the 21st Century! (28 Aug 2005)

I'm a magician and also write books about magic aimed, mostly, at adult beginners. For those reasons, you'd expect that I'd be still saying that it's going well, even if I was reduced to sharing my rabbit's rations! It's still extremely popular an...

The International Dance Festival in Monaco - December 2004 (28 Nov 2005)

The recently past year Monaco was the scene for the grand biennial Dance Forum. The event took place between 14 and 18 December 2004 and was held mostly at Grimaldi Forum. The four days unfolded on various levels:

  • Performances...

    Push the Envelope When Setting The Stage For Your Party Invitations (26 Nov 2005)

    Everyone enjoys a good party. But did you know that setting a theme is the most important first step? It doesn't have to be a costume party or a boullia festival. It should just reflect the tone of the evening. Maybe you are just celebrating t...

    Acting Auditions: The Path to Mastery (18 Dec 2005)

    Acting Audition
    Excellence Is the Goal

    George Leonard wrote a classic book called 'Mastery' that talks about what the difference is between people that never get good at anything, and those rare individuals that rise to the level of mast...

    Silas: Playing Second Fiddle to Paul (17 Nov 2005)

    Once, when New York Philharmonic conductor Leonard Bernstein was asked what is the instrument in the orchestra most difficult to play, he answered, "Second fiddle." How hard it must be to play consistently in the concert master's shadow! Silas was...

    Robot (27 Apr 2006)

    With the release of I ROBOT, one is immediately reminded of Professor Ken Warwick, and the research or experiments that he was involved in. His chip implant in 1998 was the source of some curiosity and debate. His building was retro-wired to inter...

    Celine Dion Biography (03 Aug 2005)

    Celine Dion hails from a small town called Charlemagne in Quebec. Celine is the youngest of 14 children. Celine's family owned a pub and on weekends the whole family would perform for their customers. Celine started singing at the young age of fiv...

    Media Player Shootout (09 Jan 2006)

    Whether you call them media players, jukeboxes, mp3 apps, music managers, or whatever - we all need a proggy to listen to our digital music with. For the sake of this article I am only going to discuss players you can get for free and I am not goi...

    Digital Music; Home Studio Music Recording (24 Nov 2005)

    Home recording has come a long way in the last few decades. Many people do not realize that much of what they hear on T.V. and in commercials is electric.

    Many people still have a negative connotation about how electric music sounds. They th...

    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...

    The Five Biggest Weight Loss and Fitness Myths (16 Nov 2005)

    WEIGHT LOSS AND FITNESS MYTH #1:

    Dieting will eliminate fat.

    Your body can't discriminate between intentional calorie deprivation (as in a diet), and starvation. When you dramatically reduce your caloric intake, your body shifts into ...

    BygoneTV (20 Feb 2006)

    Are you fascinated by old TV shows from 50's and 60's? In its infancy, TV was a cross between music-hall entertainment and a picture version of radio. Lot's of tv shows came and went - a few stuck around for quite some time.

    These old tv...

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