Five Frequent Dating Questions for Beginners

February 1st, 2013

There is no shame in being a beginner in the complex world of dating, nor does a prescription date (or age) exist, after which one is no longer allowed to be a beginner. A dating newbie can just as well be a kid fresh out of high-school, or a newly single man in his forties, […]

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Bloom by Anna Schuleit

January 25th, 2013

Anna Schuleit’s 2003 work “Bloom,” which was comprised 28,000 flowers installed in the old Massachusetts Mental Health Center, is an enduring work of site-specific art. It was only there for four days, inspiring reflection on the nature of enduring artworks.Site-Specific ArtSite-specific art projects often do not delve deeper into artistic experimentation than sculptures created for a particular location. On rare occasions, artists tasked with creating site-specific works transcend the usual and create something lasting and memorable. Paradoxically, the most lasting and memorable site-specific artworks are often those that have the least literal longevity. For example, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, the Bulgarian-Moroccan […]

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Candis Discovers That Being Healthy Can Add 14 Years To A Man’s Lifespan

January 21st, 2013

Even though it is clear that people live to a much older age these days compared to a hundred, or even fifty years ago, there are still far too many people expiring before their ‘sell by’ date owing to an unhealthy lifestyle explains Candis Magazine. The problem is much more prevalent in men and, according […]

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Tips For Helping To Successfully Improve Your Memory

January 15th, 2013

Being unable to recall a piece of information that you are sure you know can be immensely frustrating. There are many things that may help you recall information that is locked away in your brain. The following tips will help your information retention and recall abilities. Take daily fish oil supplements to enhance or maintain […]

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Real Food, Real Fast-Nutritious Foods To Add To Your Diet

January 15th, 2013

It is very common to have a need for improving nutrition levels in your life. Depending on how their diet looks now, this might need a lot of effort or not so much. The following tips can show you some easy ways to eat a healthier diet. Learn how to give your body what it […]

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It’s Coffee Time! Top Tips To Make The Best Cup

January 15th, 2013

No matter how you like it, there is nothing like a delicious cup of coffee. Keep reading if you wish to know more about coffee. There are many coffee tips within this article. The taste of your coffee is affected by the amount of time it’s brewed. If you want your coffee to be robust […]

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Copying Out the Music: A Composer’s Journal

January 15th, 2013

The composer continues work on ‘Songs of the Earth’ for piano, violin, viola cello and flute. A Composer’s Journal Entries: August 29 – September 27, 2012. Wednesday, August 29A beautiful cool day, low seventies. Have the doors and windows open. Looking out into the back gardens on breaks from composing, trying not to wish I could be out walking and working in them.Still working on IV, trying to capture the shimmering light on the lake in the initial inner sixteenth note passage in the opening piano, immediately following the introduction; decided to give all the sixteenth note inner voice to […]

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The Common Mistakes of Authors (Includes Tips)

January 9th, 2013

Do you think you feel lost whenever you want to start writing a story? Don’t worry, this article isn’t meant to criticize other authors, but meant to offer some tips that could help you improve your writing skills. This may be the right time to start learning!The following article contains the common mistakes of many authors, and may include some tips for writing more eye-catching stories. These tips may not be needed by expert writers that already have a lot of experiences in publishing stories, but young authors surely do. I myself, am a young author too, but not because […]

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The Life and Art of M. C. Escher

December 26th, 2012

M. C. Escher’s impossible staircases, interlocking birds, and drawing hands themselves are some of the most easily recognizable art images. But did you know that Escher felt that he was alone in his work, and that his fellow artists did not appreciate him? Read on to find out more about the fascinating life of this fascinating artist. M. C. Escher is one of the most instantly recognizable artists. His geometric patterns, tessellations, and impossible optical illusions are at least as famous as many of the master painters of the Renaissance. M. C. Escher posters, calendars, t-shirts, and other merchandise have […]

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Filling in the Music – Songs of the Earth: A Composer’s Journal

December 11th, 2012

The composer continues work on the Piano chamber cycle “Unsung Songs: Songs of the Earth”. A Composer’s Journal Entries: August 9-28, 2012 . Thursday, August 9Now that the preliminary sketches are done for all fifteen of Hurley’s poems, it is time to begin filling in the writing and copying them all out into a main score. Went to the piano and took out my sketch to II. Added a simple two measure introduction – and the rest is note perfect, no changes needed. Time to take out my manuscript paper, pen and ruler, the composer’s simple tools.Friday, August 10Went downstairs […]

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