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D.I.Y. Fun Photo Ideas

TAGS: DIY Crafts, DIY Projects, Steven and Chris   RELATED PHOTOS We’ve pretty much all come to have and love digital cameras and smart phones but there’s so much more we can do with the photos we take using those devices. Our Web Wonder Woman Jamey Ordolis shows some really fun ways to turn the photos you take […]

N.C. Wyeth and ‘The Giant’

N.C. Wyeth and ‘The Giant’ Bill Engle died before he could paint his masterpiece  so a friend did it for him. BY MARK E. DIXON The young are remembered differently than the old. Adults who have died are recalled for their work, their heroic deeds or the families they created. The young? Mostly for lost […]

Freedom Unfolds

The DAHON Story     No Future without a Path Celebrating 30 Years of Innovation When Dr. David Hon, one of the leading experts in laser technology, decided to leave the space trade behind him and focus on green transportation for everyone, his own star was born – DAHON. Working together with his brother Henry, the two […]

Fashion Forward

Download Printable PDF of this Issue WWD 06/10/2014 Dubai’s Retail Scene Soars to New Heights   In a city steeped in superlatives — home to roughly a fifth of the 100 tallest buildings in the world — retailers and developers keep pushing the envelope.   SEE LIST BELOW FOR ALL OF THIS ISSUE’S ARTICLES More […]

Maya Angelou Radio Interview

‘Fresh Air’ Remembers Poet And Memoirist Maya Angelou May 28, 2014 2:43 PM ET Listen to the Story Fresh Air 15 min 31 sec Playlist Download Transcript Maya Angelou talks about the poem she wrote for President Clinton’s inauguration, from her office in Winston-Salem, N.C., in September 1996. Chuck Burton/AP In her memoirs, Maya Angelou explored […]

In Loving Memory

Thursday, May 28, 2014 Statement from Dr. Maya Angelou’s Family: Dr. Maya Angelou passed quietly in her home before 8:00 a.m. EST. Her family is extremely grateful that her ascension was not belabored by a loss of acuity or comprehension. She lived a life as a teacher, activist, artist and human being. She was a […]

Community Gatherings

“ON THE RUN”   by:  COLLEEN RUDOLF  Wednesday, 11:47 AM “ON THE RUN” by COLLEEN RUDOLF“ On the Run” is a direct concrete one of a kind sculpture designed specifically for the Little Berlin Fairgrounds, and paid for by a grant from the Miami Foundation.  Intended to remind an urban population of the wildlife they […]

Philly Happenings

Uwishunu – Philadelphia Blog About Things to Do, Events … www.uwishunu.com/ 101 Videos in 101 Days. Philly-101. Check out our video series featuring 101 Philadelphians sharing what they wish you knew about Philly. CLICK HERE. Weekend Don’t let a few showers dampen enthusiasm for the weekend … About Uwishunu About Uwishunu – The Official Tourism Blog of Philadelphia … Events […]

Poetry Power

© Lawrence Schwartzwald INTERVIEW Epic World Ruth Lilly Prize Winner Nathaniel Mackey speaks about his poetry of process. BY JOSEPH DONAHUE AUDIO2014 Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize Winner: Nathaniel MackeyTHE POET READS AND DISCUSSES HIS WORK. ANNOUNCEMENTFirst Annual Pegasus Award for CriticismAWARDED TO UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS POEM SAMPLERMother’s Day PoemsBY THE EDITORS FROM POETRY MAGAZINEIntroduction to Angels […]

No Hope in the Pope

James Robison: The Lord wants Protestants and Catholics to unite as one Posted on December 8, 2011 by sueliz1 James Robinson sounds like the new spokesperson for Catholicism on his TV broadcast show Life Today. Robinson praised Fox News Contributor Fr. Jonathon Morris, claiming the Lord was upon him and we should listen to him. Robinson says everything […]