Arts & Entertainment

How did Nick Drake really die?
By Rob Marenghi · 2 years ago
Nick Drake was an English singer/song writer whose talent passed almost unnoticed during his lifetime. Born in 1948 in Rangoon, Burma, Nick Drake grew up in England and began playing the guitar at the age ...
Harnessing The Fire From Within: Using The Past To Fuel The Fire
By Alexa Loud · 2 years ago
When it comes to the most painful and traumatizing recollections of our past, most people’s first instinct is to bury that deep within ourselves. Put it in a box, seal that and throw it in ...
Stunning health benefits of coloring pages for kids
By Marko Petkovic · 3 years ago
Did you know that art is considered therapeutic? Art is often used as a medium for children to express specific problems or experiences. Coloring books are not necessarily considered art therapy but are certainly therapeutic. ...
Coloring Pages as an Educational Tool for Preschoolers
By Marko Petkovic · 3 years ago
Developmental milestones are activities and tasks most children can do at a certain age. Children reach these milestones through playing, learning, interacting with the environment and obtaining certain skills. As children reach early childhood, they ...
Things you didn’t know about Art and education
By Marko Petkovic · 2 years ago
For many people the word art evokes images of messy tables, spilled paint, and funny drawings. It might be all that, but even those are highly educational and should be valued greatly. Here’s why. Did ...
Why Do We Color?
By Marko Petkovic · 3 years ago
Coloring books – color yourself calm There’s something quite charming and nostalgic about coloring in. It is just a really nice way to be creative. You don’t have to sit down with a blank sheet ...
Things That Go Bump in the Dark
By Carolyn Molnar · 3 years ago
We sat in a circle in the dark room and watched Angela’s Ghost Radar cell phone app on the table hunt for spirit presence as a line swept continuously across the dull green radar screen. ...
Visual Artists Can Sell Art on Free Portfolio Websites
By Shawn Mcnulty · 3 years ago
There are several high traffic websites that allow artists to upload work and maintain a free portfolio. As an artist, it's in your best interest to be involved. Remember to keep your work and information ...
Book Review: The Brain That Changes Itself
By Ian Casey · 3 years ago
Book review – The Brain That Changes Itself written by Dr. Norman Doidge. BLOG POST BY BARBARA CASEY (IAN’S MOM) When my son first acquired his brain injury, I was told that whatever state he ...
Education world connecting educators
By David Maikel · 3 years ago
Betsy DeVos, one of Donald Trump's most controversial cabinet appointments has narrowly been confirmed as the country's next secretary of education. In fact, it doesn't get much more "narrowly" than what happened during DeVos' confirmation ...
Education world connecting educators
By David Maikel · 3 years ago
Betsy DeVos, one of Donald Trump's most controversial cabinet appointments has narrowly been confirmed as the country's next secretary of education. In fact, it doesn't get much more "narrowly" than what happened during DeVos' confirmation ...
Ten Secrets For Keeping Your Guitar Strings Fresh
By Jimpe Bilascus · 3 years ago
Welcome to BulkGuitarStrings.com’s article and video on professional guitar tips to always sound fresh when it comes to playing your guitar after restringing. 1. Bulk Guitar Strings and Temperature Store sets of fresh strings in ...
Canadian Film Tax Incentives – Still In The Game
By Scatena & Rosner Films · 3 years ago
As mentioned in The Importance of Film Tax Incentives Today, tax incentives are a key component to independent film budgets. This is a fact for all filmmakers. For those of us in the USA, we ...
The Importance of Film Tax Incentives Today
By Scatena & Rosner Films · 3 years ago
Tax incentives are a key component to independent film budgets nowadays, and are practically vital to the financial safety of a production given the current market saturation of content—and the therefore markedly lower purchase prices ...
Feeling Luck Punks? Hollywood's Hard Men
By Giosue Muratore · 3 years ago
Whether it is playing or a ’goodie’ or baddie’ audiences seem to love a hard man. The alpha male who struts through a city righting injustices or crushing anyone who stands in their way. What ...
Entertainment News - Celebrities
By James Luca · 3 years ago
Aaron Sorokin wrote an open letter to his 15-year-old daughter, Roxy, and her mother calling Donald Trump an "incompetent pig" after he was elected president. In the letter, published by Van it Fair on Wednesday, ...
FOX Drove Us Insane Doing The Time Warp Again!
By Chesi Spriggs · 3 years ago
"I would like, if I may, to take you on a strange journey." Okay, so as a Rocky Horror super fan I obviously had to check out the FOX redo. Let me start by saying ...
Guild Wars 1 Review
By Kiki Chama · 3 years ago
Introduction Guild Wars is a competitive online role-playing game designed by ArenaNet and developed for the PC. Possibly one of the greatest games I have ever played, this game has taken me through many adventures ...
Lori’s Heart
By Carolyn Molnar · 3 years ago
It’s coming up on the first anniversary of Lori’s passing. I’ll never forget the last time I saw her, two years ago, and what she did before hundreds of onlookers… Silence stilled the air as ...
10 Tips to Read More Books
By Emily Luna · 3 years ago
A survey carried out 15 years ago showed that almost half of Americans didn’t read a single book in 12 months. Since then, reading rates have been falling. Sometimes this happens just because we don’t ...