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  • Ted Nugent’s “Live and let live” … except for the voiceless  By : Jeff Popick
    Ted Nugent recently wrote an article blasting Paul McCartney for allegedly firing some of his staff for eating meat. Is Paul not free to create a cruelty-free environment (even though it is just a microcosm) for himself and others like him? The truth is meatism is causing all of our problems, whereas a vegan diet can solve them.
  • A Brief Music History Of The Troubadour Part 1  By : Mike Shaw
    As Europe emerged from the barbarism, savagery and intellectual barrenness of the centuries after the fall of the Roman Empire. Music was available in two distinct types, which was represented by two distinct people of the time, the Monk and the Gleeman or Minstrel.
  • A Quick Run through the Art of Portrait Painting  By : Wain Roy
    Like all art, portrait painting has its own demands that need to be identified before creating one. Here’s a quick look-through for busy but aspiring painters.
  • 11 Country Music Quotes For National Country Music Day  By : Noel Jameson
    Did you know that country music has its own day dedicated to it? Yes, this month we celebrate National Country Music Day. If you love country music, you're going to love these 11 country music quotes.
  • Which Is Value For Money? Cable Television Versus Satellite Television  By : Andrew Lim
    If you are looking for a real good deal in TV Entertainment then you have come to the right place. Watch Live World Channels from a list of countries to fulfill your entertainment needs and get to see channels that is forbidden in your country for the realistic facts of on going happenings around the globe.
  • What to Buy With Your Nintendo 64  By : JJ Hendricks
    Games, accessories, and controllers you should be sure to buy when shopping for a Nintendo 64 system so you get the most out of your purchase
  • Arranger Keyboards and MIDI Bass Pedals  By : Mike Shaw
    Arranger keyboards such as the Yamaha Tyros 2 and the Korg PA800 are becoming extremely popular since the massive decline in electric organ sales. These arranger keyboards provide automatic bass lines, which is fine if you are playing basic triad and seventh chords. With a MIDI pedal board you can divert the bass note in the auto chord system to the bass pedal note you want.
  • Learn The Ropes Of Myspace Marketing  By : anderson
    The key to marketing with Myspace is aiming the correct demographics!
  • What to Look for When Buying CRT TV Sets  By : Staggerlee Phillips
    Learn the latest in tv technology and make a wise decision when you purchase your next television set.
  • Butterfly art and mounted butterflies – Great decorative pieces  By : Thomas H. Lindblom
    Mounted butterflies make great decorative pieces and wall displays. Butterfly displays are versatile and come in many different colors, shapes and sizes, however preserving and mounting butterflies is by no means an easy task. Butterflies are delicate creatures with extremely fragile wings that can get easily marred and torn.
  • The Appeal of Black Art Prints  By : maigida
    Black art prints are a striking addition to any home décor plans. But what exactly is so appealing? There are a number of reasons why you might be interested in these art prints and why you might want to add them to one or several rooms in your home.
  • How To Get Into Acting  By : Lance.Fish
    Many people have wanted to know how they can get into acting. Sometimes a model realizes that he or she cannot make a full-time living with a modeling career. Other models are aware of their limitations such as height and bone structure. They know that beyond print work, it can be real tough to get into modeling. So they choose to step into the broader acting field.
  • How to buy a Gamecube System  By : JJ Hendricks
    A 'How to' article for shopping for a Nintendo Gamecube video game system. Where to find them? What to look for when shopping? And how much to pay?
  • Parents Beware Of Your Teen and Their MySpace Page  By : anderson
    Tremendous amount of information about your teen's personality and interests are revealed in Myspace page, beneficial for their parents.
  • Name Meaning in Plays of Shakespeare  By : Andrew Schwartz
    This article tells about name meaning in such plays of Shakespeare as “The Two Gentlemen of Verona” and “As You Like It”. It describes the importance of such name selection.
  • Expressive Piano Playing - Part 1  By : Mike Shaw
    The aim of these series of articles will be to help the piano student arrive at a clear idea of how to acquire that which is necessary in piano playing, namely, a good tone-production. It will be necessary for the piano student to observe, fully and precisely, as much of the mechanism of the piano as possible.
  • History of 60s Music  By : Darren Dunner
    The decade of the 1960's presented social and political changes that had never been seen before. In addition to this, 60s music changed the direction of popular music and Americana as a whole.
  • How does MyFriendStats in MySpace benefit you?  By : anderson
    MyFriendStats in MySpace track your visitors, collect tons of data about what kind of visitors you are getting.
  • Art and entertainment (Orlando)  By : Leveto Orville
    Arts and Entertainment is abundant in Orlando with its many amusement parts, museums, movie theatres, clubs, and art centers etc. whatever be your field of interest or in whatever way you want to entertain yourself there is never an end to the possibilities available before you.
  • Canvas Prints and Photos Transferred to Canvas  By : Tapan Bhanot
    Easily convert Canvas Printes and Photos transfered to Canvas.
  • Create Your Own Gamecube Package  By : JJ Hendricks
    Easy steps to follow to make buying a Gamecube system easy including how to choose the games, what accessories to buy, and how many controllers to purchase.
  • Learn To Play The Piano With Expression - Part 2  By : Mike Shaw
    But before any accurate observations can be made of what the hand is doing, it is necessary that the eye should know what to look for, as it can see only that which it brings the power of seeing. “No man can learn what he has not the preparation for learning.”
  • Canvas Prints and Photos Transferred to Canvas - Part II  By : Tapan Bhanot
    Choose Canvas Prints from our online canvas art prints or have your photo made in to a CANVAS PRINT.
  • Wallpaper on the Walls to Beautify  By : Tapan Bhanot
    Learn how to beautify your walls using Wallpaper.
  • Travel Photography by Taylor Miles  By : Taylor Miles Miles
    Travel photography is a branch of commercial photography that has helped the world become a smaller place, from the most vivid images of the Taj Mahal to the finest mural's on the cathedral in Italy, there is nothing that has not been depicted in pictures. Travel photography has been made immensely popular by travel magazines, and cultural magazines like the national geographic. One of the most exciting and challenging aspects of travel photography is capturing the cultural aspects of a particular country or region. There have been so many wonderful and explicit pictorials of various countries, that it is almost impossible to ignore the wonderful impact travel photography has had on the lives of so many people.
  • The Physical Application Of Playing The Piano  By : Mike Shaw
    In examining the nature of the hand, it will be necessary at this stage to exclude any consideration of it other than as something to be acted upon. It will afterwards, in its relation to the keyboard, be considered as an agent.
  • Ayahuasca, the Visionary Paintings, and Inspirational Words of Pablo Amaringo.  By : Howard G. Charing
    Pablo Amaringo is one of the world’s greatest visionary artists, and is renowned for his highly complex, colourful and intricate paintings of his visions from drinking the Ayahuasca brew. Pablo wrote the foreword, a spiritual and ecological message as the foreword for my book 'Plant Spirit Shamanism', published by Destiny Books (USA).
  • Computer and the Art  By : Olivia Hunt
    The themes of computer influence in art, its effect on art and art produced with the help of computers become urgent questions today. Many people ask whether it is convenient to create a portrait for an art piece using the computer technology. The role of computers in almost every sphere of life is becoming more and more important.
  • Become a Great Guitar Player  By : Ronald W. Firquain
    If you want to become a great guitar player, you need to focus on the three most important things to guitar playing: knowledge, skills, and love. Having one or two out of three is not an option. It is all or nothing and those are what it takes to become a great guitar player.
  • Anime -- The Popular Animated Japanese Art And Artists  By : Andrew Wills
    Anime is, of course, an abbreviation of the word “animation.” All animation must first be hand-drawn by the artist, and these artists have mostly also done comic renditions for comic books and started out with that as their goal. The artist could have free reign to create whatever kind of characters they wanted. One of the most popular anime series is called Inuyasha, a feudal fairy tale.
  • Tracing The Roots of Anime  By : Andrew Wills
    From the popular Transformers movie release to the Yu-Gi-Oh! cards your kids might have, anime has certainly left its mark on the world in recent years. Understanding its roots, though, is the key to predicting where this ever-changing genre is headed.
  • The Renaissance - Part 2  By : Mike Shaw
    The great principles underlying all Renaissance work was that of faithfulness to nature, as opposed to faithfulness to tradition, which had been the sheet anchor of pre Renaissance art and letters.
  • Learn How to Draw with Crayola Crayons  By : Chris Robertson
    Not only can anyone learn to draw with Crayola crayons, but they can take those ubiquitous wax sticks and transform them into masterpieces.
  • Rumiko Takahashi -- Inuyasha Manga Artist  By : Andrew Wills
    All of Rumiko Takahashi's work has become popular throughout the world, and with over 20 years of publishing her manga art, she earned the title of The Princess of Manga. She's won many awards, including the New Comic Artist Award in 1978 and in 1994 the Inkspot Award in America.
  • Is Banksy Any Good?  By : Mark Brassington
    There are few artists working today whose fame can be attributed as much to their ability to stir up controversy as to how talented they are. Banksy is different. Not only is his work controversial because it is essentially graffiti, but because his stencilled works of "'art' often fetch thousands at auction. So is Banksy, one of the world's best known artists, a spray-can wielding charlatan or an urban, post-modern prophet?
  • Naruto -- Not Just Another Comic Story  By : Andrew Wills
    Naruto is one of the most popular manga and anime series around. At that time, this nasty fox was captured and its spirit was sealed in the body of a baby boy (our Naruto). What may have escaped some western Naruto fans is the interesting story of the fox. Fox myths abound in Japanese culture, dating back as far as the fifth century B.C.
  • The Basics Of Cartooning For Profit  By : Chris Haycock
    Hints and tips on what you should be aware of if thinking of entering the world of commercial cartooning.
  • Starting Off As A Cartoonist  By : Chris Haycock
    Some of the tools you will need, and some basic hints and tips on starting out as a cartoonist.
  • History Of Tattoos  By : Robert Hill
    Tattoos are a very old form of body art that go back to ancient times when many cultures used them. Some historians say that tattoos go back 5000 years, while others believe they go back well over 10000 years.
  • Just Who Is This Kokopelli?  By : Cecilia Valenzuela
    This article contains information about the history of Kokopelli, a symbol regarded as the universal symbol of fertility, life, inclusive of hopes, dreams, crops and love. This article also describes the relationships between many of the Native American Indians who consider him sacred.
  • The Stigmatization of New Art  By : Domen Lombergar
    Digital art – not real art, right? Do you reckon you could do the same, if you had just enrolled in one of Adobe’s Photoshop courses? And maybe had a couple of thousand dollars to spend on cameras, and computers? We don’t mean to downplay your technical abilities, or your own special talents, but we do want to show you how digital artists create something unique, beautiful and touching, just as much as physical artists do.
  • 19 Stephen King Quotes Offer a Look Inside The Mind of The Horror Master  By : Noel Jameson
    Stephen King has a loyal following of fans and if you're one of them, you're going to want to familiarize yourself with these 19 famous Stephen King quotes. After all, while there are many famous quotes to go around, not many of them are as dark, thrilling or twisted as these 19 Stephen King quotes.
  • Photo Surrealism  By : Domen Lombergar
    Surrealism in photography was one of the major revolutionary changes in the evolution of photography. Rather than art, photography was reviewed as a copying effort. Surrealism is the introduction of the ‘more than real’ images to the art forms.
  • 25 Barbara Walters Quotes to Celebrate Her September 25th Birthday  By : Noel Jameson
    Barbara Walters is one of the most influential personalities of our time and Barbara Walters quotes offer us a glimpse of the depth and wisdom her words convey. On September 25th we'll be celebrating her birthday. Let's do it with these 25 Barbara Walters quotes.
  • Some Profitable Hints and Tips On Cartooning Including Brushwork  By : Chris Haycock
    Hints and tips on the mechanics of cartooning. With particular emphasis on the use and care of artists brushes.
  • Forrerst Vance a true Dance Professional  By : Gene Kelly
    Forrest Vance, the award winning Ballroom dancer and instructor began life in a much different setting. Vance's mother was a waitress at a nightclub was the person who gave him an early introduction to music and dance. In early adulthood he went on to attend college on a math scholarship where he studied special education, but this life was not his future. Eventually his life's path would take over and he would never use his college education to teach special education in schools.
  • Are You Thinking of Getting a Tattoo?  By : Topcat
    It seems like everybodys got a tattoo these days. What used to be the property of sailors, outlaws, and biker gangs is now a popular body decoration for many people. It's not just anchors, skulls, and battleships anymore — from school emblems to Celtic designs to personalized symbols.
  • Who was Tutankhamun?  By : Stuart Cheese
    Stuart Cheese, may be the UK Director of Operations for One World Tours but his partner’s love of Tutankhamun was what got him into the business in the first place. Let us see how much he has picked up from her and see how much can be understood about the young king, known to the world for his stunning death mask.
  • Tattoo Design That Expresses You.  By : Topcat
    Tattoo design has become very big. With all the different programs dedicated to tattooing on the television, proves just how popular it has become. You also see more and more people sporting tattoos. I think it has become more acceptable with this generation.
  • Learn How to Do Henna Tattoos in 5 Minutes.  By : Stewart Levison
    How to do henna tattoos is not a difficult question to answer. You won’t need professional henna artists. All you need to do is, follow some simple steps and you are ready to show off your cool new tattoo. Let us now learn an easy way of doing the henna tattoo.
  • 12 Piano Quotes to Celebrate National Piano Month  By : Noel Jameson
    The piano has such an important part in our history that it's been given it's very own month. Since September is National Piano Month we thought we'd celebrate with some great piano quotes that reflect the essence of what the piano is. If you're a piano fan, you'll enjoy these piano quotes almost as much as listening to the instrument being played.
  • Human Flaws and Absolute Power: A Combination For Disaster?  By : Lliorlance
    People in positions of power and authority are often seen as being superior and incapable of making a mistake. However, as literature has so often shown, people who are in important positions tend to have the same flaws and weaknesses as normal people do. The difference, however, lies in how far-reaching the impact would be for someone with that much power.
  • An American Tradition - Tall Tales  By : Lee Siemon
    Tall Tales, an American tradition that Most of this generation has never heard of. Superman can fly away, Batman needs a rest, it's time for America's own special breed of Heroes to take over. Bring on Paul Bunyon, Pecos Bill and John Henry!
  • Learn Art: Balance & Rhythm  By : Domen Lombergar
    Balance is the perception of visual equilibrium, and relates to our physical sense of balance. It is an appeasement of opposing forces in a composition that results in visual stability. Most successful compositions attain balance in one of two ways: symmetrically or asymmetrically. Balance in a three dimensional object is simple to understand.
  • Basic Color Theory for Designers  By : Sharon Housley
    Color is an important form of nonverbal communication. From the clothes we wear to the food we eat, color influences our choices. Our perception of the world is affected by color. Likewise, the way the world perceives us is also affected by color. In fact, color, many times, is the most significant feature of an item. Designers, therefore, cannot afford to treat color lightly.
  • Free Live Support: New MySpace Tool  By : anderson
    MySpace have incorporated new tool known as Free Live support to deal with customers more easily.
  • Little Red Cap ... The Art  By : Domen Lombergar
    Little red riding hood art seems to be a great hit among the people. It's based on an ancient folk tale, which was able to steal the heart of the parents as well as children, and was passed to the future generations, through the medium of folklores. However, many periodical modifications were introduced into the basic story line.
  • Tattoo Designs For Men And Women  By : Jackson
    Tattoos that are available in the tattoo parlor are gender specific masculine in nature for male and sexy and dainty for female.
  • A Medieval Drama: The Lady and the Unicorn Tapestries  By : Christine Toner
    The elegance of the Lady and the Unicorn tapestries from the Middle Ages. Includes a brief history.
  • William Morris: His Art and Tapestries  By : Christine Toner
    The beauty and elegance of William Morris tapestry art. Includes an overview of the artists life.
  • Which Tattoo design is for you?  By : Jackson
    Express yourself with the help of tattoo which is consider as the powerful tool of body arts.
  • How To Become A Freelance Artist  By : Stephen Campbell
    Great opportunities are being opened when you are a freelance artist that is doing multiple freelance jobs. in fact, freelance jobs are in demand in many areas.
  • How Voice Coaching Improves Employability for Actors  By : Shane Ann Younts
    One of the most important coaches that an actor can turn to is a voice and speech coach. A voice coach teaches the actor to develop a clear, resonant, interesting voice so that he or she will have the tools necessary to compete in a very competitive profession.
  • An Inexpensive High-End Wall Decor Solution  By : Amitai Sasson
    There are many advantages to buying art online. First, there is no need to worry about hanging gear or fitting the masterpiece in the trunk of your car. The art arrives at your doorstep, ready to hang with all the necessary hardware. Just take a hammer to it and you're done!
  • Tribal Tattoos: Reflection of certain aspects of life  By : Jackson
    Tribal tattoos are an age old practice that were performed and holds different meanings for different tribes.
  • Organized Chaos: A Look Into “The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya”  By : alexis
    The year 2006, arguably, can be considered by anime fans with more than just passing knowledge of the industry as the year of “Haruhiism.” The show, “The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya,” was the unexpected hit of the year, showing numbers and interest that very few shows aside from established franchises have gotten. The show is fun, accessible, and with just the right amount of sheer insanity to entertain without shattering the already reality-bending premise.
  • Why Art Matters  By : Charles Griffith
    Art is one of the most important aspects of any civilization, and creativity is one of the most fundamental characteristics of the human spirit. A brief discussion of the value that the arts have held for mankind throughout our history.
  • 17 Keats Quotes to Celebrate John Keats's Birthday  By : Noel Jameson
    John Keats, though his life was short, left an eternal impression on the literary world. This month we celebrate his birthday. Let's remember his poetic genius with these 17 Keats quotes.
  • The Top 8 Things the Music, Television, Movie and Consumer Electronics Industries Should Do  By : Scott Consolatti
    The music, television, movie and consumer electronics industries have been struggling with the rapid advance of technology and the new virtuality of content. Here are the top eight things the industries should do to harness the technology and recapture the simple tenet of giving the customer what they want.
  • Origami  By : Anand
    At, we share with you the secrets of the much cherished paper crafts including the mystifying origami. For more information on origami visit us
  • Probably The Most Popular Detective In The World?  By : Chris Haycock
    A few reasons why the great fictional sleuth Sherlock Holmes remains so popular today.
  • Tattoo: It should not be a rushed decision!  By : Jackson
    Exercise patience and do a bit of online and word-of-mouth research to ensure safe tattooing.
  • 10 Grey's Anatomy Quotes to Celebrate The Grey's Addiction  By : Noel Jameson
    Want to laugh, cry and enjoy enlightenment all at the same time? These Grey's Anatomy quotes will help. After all, the show only airs once a week. Let these 10 Grey's Anatomy quotes be your between-airings fix.
  • Sherlock Holmes Is Alive  By : Chris Haycock
    Regarding the enduring popularity of fictional detective Sherlock Holmes.
  • Love Quotes  By : Shweeta Bhandari
    Yeats once wrote:
    "But I, being poor, have only my dreams; I have spread my dreams under your feet; Tread softly because you tread on my dreams”.
    The world of literature is filled with romantic love quotes and it is interesting to study the various styles and ways in which poets have expressed their love. The quote mentioned earlier is a typical example of Yeats’s writing style and is often referred to as ‘dark romance’ for its ironic yet poignant style.
  • 8 Monet Quotes to Celebrate Claude Monet's Birthday  By : Noel Jameson
    Claude Monet's birthday is celebrated this month so let's rise to the occasion with some great Monet quotes to remember him by. If you'd like to get inside the mind of an artistic genius, these 8 quotes will take you there.
  • Oil Painting Lesson - Frequently Asked Questions About Oil Painting  By : Ralph Serpe
    Oil painting is probably one of the more challenging mediums to master. There are many aspects of oil painting that often confuse and intimidate beginners. Many questions arise and this article will cover some frequently asked questions that beginners have.
  • Tattoo’s basic equipment essentials  By : Jackson
    Care should be taken during the process of tattooing as well as after the process to prevent any type of mishaps.
  • Face Reading Expert: Hollywood's Gone Spiritual  By : Erik Kanto
    The Chinese art of face reading, physiognomy, answers many questions we all have as to why certain things in life work and others do not. By looking at a person's facial shape and features, you can learn a lot of information: temperament, potential, creativity--and if people have a spiritualistic way of thinking. And it looks like the faces of today's celebrities reveal that there is hope in our universe.
  • Buying a Framed or Unframed Panorama  By : Mitch Endick
    So you have found a scenic panorama that you have been looking for. The next decision is to how to purchase it. Most sellers of panoramas and photoramics will offer several options. The most common way to purchase a panorama is complete in a frame. Complete framing will often include a frame, backing, mats and a glass or Plexiglas glazing.
  • Japanese Koi Fish Tattoo Design  By : Jackson
    Koi fish is the most hottest and traditional tattoo design in Japan that symbolizes strength and good luck.
  • Tattoos Are Also For Women  By : Jackson
    Women who would mostly like to have tattoos on those areas that would make them look hot.
  • Dolphin Tattoo - Another Ultimate Favorite  By : Jackson
    Dolphin tattoo symbolizes freedom and happiness which is the most important part of our life.
  • Ankle Tattoos: Reflects Your Unique Sense of Style  By : Jackson
    Ankle tattoos are catching on as a major fashion trend and many working women prefers to choose this type of tattoo.
  • Dance Auditions - Vocal Exercises - Singing Auditions 101  By :
    Foxtrot is one of the most wonderful and most difficult fresh ballroom rhythms. The foxtrot is a underpinning for all further dances; the Foxtrot is a very widely held dance that includes elements originate in most other types of dancing. Foxtrot is danced to slow 4/4 time song and is comprised of soft and adaptable linear whereabouts
  • Dance Auditions - Vocal Exercises - Singing Auditions 121  By :
    Foxtrot is one of the most charming and most difficult leading-edge ballroom rhythms. The foxtrot is a establishment for all additional dances; the Foxtrot is a very current dance that includes elements bring into being in most another types of dancing. Foxtrot is danced to slow 4/4 time melody and is comprised of soft and adaptable linear engagements
  • Miniature Painting - A Brief History of the Art of Miniature  By : Rebecca Latham
    Miniature painting is an art form that spans centuries & encompasses many cultures. This is a brief summary of its roots from a family of artists that practice it in today’s modern art market.
  • 6 Grey's Anatomy Quotes For the Holidays  By : Noel Jameson
    Love Grey's Anatomy? Then you have to be a fan of Grey's Anatomy quotes. After all, the dialog is what makes the show. Here are six Grey's Anatomy quotes you're sure to remember.
  • A Look At The Crystal Bridges Museum of Art  By : Phoenix Delray
    This article tells the reader about the museum Crystal Bridges and what it has to offer patrons including some its collections such as work by Thomas Eakin.
  • 12 Elvis Quotes To Celebrate The Day of His Birth  By : Noel Jameson
    Elvis Presley was, and still is, a legend and what better way to remember him on his birthday than with some insightful Elvis quotes. Get to know The King a bit better as we take a look at some of the things he had to say.
  • 15 Lovable Pooh Quotes From Our Famous Teddy Bear Friend  By : Noel Jameson
    If there's one type of quotes I'll never get tired of reading, it's Pooh quotes. How a little ol' bear could possibly know so much is beyond me, but he's wiser than some of the smartest people you'll ever meet. Let's celebrate the little guy with these 15 enjoyable quotes.
  • 14 Love Quotes To Prepare for Valentine's Day  By : Noel Jameson
    Valentine's Day is just around the corner -- are you ready? If not, these 14 love quotes are sure to get you in the romantic mindset.
  • Seattle Theater  By : Justin06 Lockwood06
    Artattack the theatre company was founded in 2001 in Seattle, Washington. Since the past six years the company has produced 25 plays. Our achievements also include numerous world, West coast and American premiers. Artattack has always been appreciated for its bold and innovative theatre. Our commitment and loyalty to theatre has earned us several awards including The Lambda award, Best of Seattle awards, The Collins Foundation, The Meyer Memorial Trust, t
  • 3 Easy Magic Tricks  By : Ryan Even
    Performing magic is great way to meet people or to simply impress your friends. There are some magic tricks that look great to other people but are actually easy to perform. 3 easy magic tricks that you can perform are the Water to Ice trick, the Disappearing Coin trick, and the Magically Burned String trick.
  • 10 St. Patrick's Day Quotes To Celebrate The Famous Irish Saint  By : Noel Jameson
    Green beer, green rivers, green clovers, green clothes -- it must be St. Patrick's Day! Here are 10 great St. Patrick's Day quotes to get you in the mood for this festive and fun holiday.
  • "Pretty Woman" Rocketed Julia Roberts into Becoming Hollywood's Sweetheart  By : Ed Bagley
    Read more of my other reviews on romantic comedies, including "Four Romantic Comedies That Will Not Stress Your Emotions", "Mystic Pizza", "Something's Gotta Give", "The Holiday", "What Women Want", "Failure to Launch" and "For Love or Money".

  • Canvas Prints –ordinary pictures become artistic  By : Conrad400 McKee400
    If you are bored with the ordinary photos, get those photos onto canvas by re-crafting them. Your pictures will become artistic and interesting in no time. Canvas print brings life to objects and pictures.

    Places and times metaphorically can be captured onto canvas prints. This means, canvassing is not only done for the recent pictures, but pictures of old times can also be put onto canvas and can be preserved for ages. This type of canvassing is known as vintage style art.

    You will find canvas prints useful in many ways. For instance, canvas prints can be an interesting gift for various occasions - anniversary, birthdays, weddings, thanks giving etc. If canvas prints is done for gifts, pictures of celebrities can be canvassed into the gifts. This would be a good idea for those who are fans of some movie stars of rock musicians.
  • Learning to Draw? You're Gonna Need a Pencil  By : Adam Valentine
    Information for budding artists. A discussion of the various pencil types available.
  • How to Increase Your Vocal Range and Start Singing High Notes Easily  By : Lisa Lopez
    Do you love to sing, but find yourself constantly having trouble singing high notes? Well, there is an easy way to improve your vocal range.
  • 15 Movie Quotes to Celebrate Fred Astaire's Birthday  By : Noel Jameson
    Fred Astaire was a living legend. Women loved him, men wanted to be him. On May 10th we'll celebrate the anniversary of his birth. Let these fifteen movie quotes remind us of what a treasure we had.

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