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ashen-venema's picture
Apr.15.2013
Is there merit in unstructured time … what do you think? Is it only for children, is it a luxury, a waste, or an opportunity to shift perspectives, discover your passion, break the mould and loosen up your ideas of reality? I don’t see unstructured time being much encouraged, or its lovely...
michael-seidel's picture
Dec.27.2012
whuff whuff I step out into soft gray sunlight.  Cold air holds the world's breath.   whuff whuff   I turn at the sound, seeking the source.  A crow rewards me with his appearance.  His beating wings make the noise.   whuff whuff  He flies barely above the...
manny-pacheco's picture
Aug.29.2012
SOME EXCITING NEWS! According to their Facebook page: THE BIG PICTURE: PARAMOUNT’S 100TH ANNIVERSARY The Hollywood Bowl September 2nd at 7:30p A nostalgia-filled night of unforgettable scores and clips from Paramount studio’s rich history, including Wings (the first...
manny-pacheco's picture
Apr.04.2012
The preliminary schedule is now available for this year’s Turner Classic Movies Film Festival. This is the third year that Hollywood is hosting the event. Frankenstein and the RMS Titanic will be featured at screenings and a series of panel discussions. Here are some highlights: * Mel Brooks...
manny-pacheco's picture
Dec.03.2011
 Paramount Studios is celebrating its 100th birthday with a screening of the first Oscar-winning movie. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will present a restored version of Wings on January 18th, complete with a live-music accompaniment by organist Clark Wilson. The...
sheila-english's picture
Apr.03.2010
Laurel has finally come from the home that she has known her whole life—the human world—into Avalon, a spectacular realm of beauty and faeries. And Avalon is about to become her new home, for she is like the inhabitants of Avalon, born of faerie blood and with precious skills considered by her own...
allan-james-cox's picture
Dec.30.2009
My Gemini feet gave me thrust and I leapt to the grand chandelier in the center of the ballroom. All the guests gasped, and one-by-one I flicked out the bulbs with the glass falling to the floor, and all the children gleefully crunched out the fragments stamping with their shoes. I swung like...
nancybrady's picture
Oct.26.2009
I have been a bookcrosser for about ten months or so, but have only recently gotten into the forums there.  I started a RABCK for my birthday month and am giving away up to ten books.  You'd think other bookcrossers would jump on it.  Nah, I have not had too many takers!  Can readers be over-booked...
amira-nagati's picture
Jan.12.2009
I have a heart that quiversLike a butterfly..And my finger-tips are weak,The wings of a butterfly.Still, could travel across the worldAnd count the continents,Like a butterfly..I hate the darkness,And I fall in love with Light,If it was not for my feeble wings,I would have been flyingAmongst the...
andrea-alban-gosline's picture
Dec.24.2008
The hardest part of raising children is teaching them to ride a bicycle ... A shaky child on a bicycle for the first time needs both support and freedom ... —Sloan Wilson I remember the shiny, new bicycle in our living room: cobalt blue and fire engine red, fifteen speeds, center pull brakes, a...