Monthly Archives: December 2013

2013

A year has gone by… blah-blah … and the usual commonplace remarks. What happened this year 2013: January January 11 – The French military begins a five-month intervention into the Northern Mali conflict, targeting the militant Islamist Ansar Dine group. January 16–20 – Thirty-nine international workers and one security … Continue reading

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Song of the Day: Mele Kalikimaka by Robert Alex Anderson ( covered by Mina )

“Mele Kalikimaka” is a Hawaiian-themed Christmas song written in 1949 by Robert Alex Anderson. The song takes its title from the Hawaiian phrase, “Mele Kalikimaka,” meaning “Merry Christmas” Lyrics: Mele Kalikimaka is the thing to say On a bright Hawaiian Christmas day That’s the island greeting … Continue reading

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Rose of Galaxies

“To celebrate the 21st anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope’s deployment into space, astronomers at the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, Md., pointed Hubble’s eye at an especially photogenic pair of interacting galaxies called Arp 273. The larger of … Continue reading

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New! Page Music

Hey People, The dancing rest has a new page! Its name is “Music” and you can find it above the Header image. In “Music” you will find a playlist with all the ”Song of the Day” that I posted so far. image … Continue reading

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Ephemeral Rays by Charlotte Smith

Exhibited in Joining The Docks Fine Art Degree Show 25th May – 1st June 2013 Chatham Historic Dockyard University of Kent “Dust is a fragment of moments gone by, light floods through windows and captures the most intricate nooks and … Continue reading

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The new issue of Justice Magazine by Stanley Lau

PPG Special:  PUFFING HOTNESS – The Power of Teamwork Has Gone To a New Height by Stanley Lau aka Artgerm The past cover super-girl ( here,  here and here for the full view of these below) :      

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Temari balls by Nanaakuya (NanaAkua)

Temari  balls are a folk art form that originated in China and was introduced to Japan around the 7th century A.D. Historically, temari were constructed from the remnants of old kimonos. Pieces of silk fabric would be wadded up to form a ball, and then the … Continue reading

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Samantha French

“My current body of work is focused on swimmers underwater and above. Using vague yet consuming memories from my childhood summers spent immersed in the tepid lakes of northern Minnesota, I attempt to recreate the quiet tranquility of water and … Continue reading

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Song of the Day: Red Roses For A Blue Lady by Andy Williams

“Red Roses for a Blue Lady” is a 1948 popular song by Sid Tepper and Roy C. Bennett(alias Roy Brodsky). Lyrics: Red roses for a blue lady Mister florist take my order please We had a silly quarrel the other day I hope these pretty flowers … Continue reading

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Service Alert

My wreck pc has some problems, so until I manage to fix it, I won’t be able to post as often as I wish. Don’t worry I’ll come back!

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