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Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Sam Serio 
 Article Title :: Lance Armstrong Bracelets: Fashion Accessories for a Worthy Cause
Lance Armstrong bracelets, the yellow rubber wrist bands inscribed with the motto LiveStrong, are tangible parts of champion American cyclist Lance Armstrong’s legacy. Diagnosed with testicular cancer on October 2, 1996, Armstrong battled with the disease and didn’t let it get in the way of his will to wear the yellow jersey once again to compete in the Tour de France cycling tournament. In partnership with sports apparel firm Nike, he started selling his Lance Armstrong bracelets for a dollar apiece, with the profits going to the Lance Armstrong Foundation to fund cancer research.It is not so surprising to find that the Lance Armstrong bracelets have become a cultural phenome  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Aderemi Ojikutu 
 Article Title :: Celebrating Obscurity: A Tribute To J. K. Rowling
A single-parent rose from obscurity in 8 years to become today the greatest woman celebrity, the richest woman (even richer than Her Majesty, the Queen of England) in the U.K, all through the power of imagination expressed through the power of her fingers!! She held the world spell-bound (270 million copies of her books sold so far).Publishers, Film-makers, Agents, musical artists, youngsters and parents are all feeding from her fingers.The stocks of publishing companies rose in obedeience to her graceful fingers. A treasure, dug out of the obscure cafes of Edinburg! A pen of destiny, buried under a series of personal misfortunes, wrote and waited for seven years, before discovery.  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Sian Whitehall 
 Article Title :: Smart Art Investments - Buy What You Love!
Collecting art can be one of the most enjoyable ways to spend your money. But a painting can provide you with more than just viewing pleasure. It can be a financial investment. This weeks ‘Advance’ is dedicated to exploring one of principals for selecting quality art. Buy what you love! But what constitutes a painting that will be a pleasure to look at and increase in value?There are some indicators for aesthetically pleasing paintings that also bode well for wise investing. You need to be reasonably sure when buying for investment that you are purchasing a painting that is aesthetically appealing to others as well as yourself.In terms of universal appeal, it helps   (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Steven Popkin 
 Article Title :: Insider Tips to Quadruple Your Art Show Sales
At a recent art show, I could not help but notice that not everyone’s day was going as well as mine! As I experienced a constant stream of people flooding into my booth and buying my artwork, my neighbors were sitting idle and waiting. Not only did I have people buzzing in and around my booth, but after they purchased my artwork, they told their friends to come to my booth and buy from me!I had experienced too many art shows from the other side of the fence. I knew then that I needed to share my successful art show strategies with my fellow artists.First, get rid of your director’s chair. Artists that avoid perspective customers always amaze me. You’ve spent so much ti  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Robert Baird 
 Article Title :: Rasputin
GRIGORY EFIMOVICH NOVYKH (RASPUTIN):‘Hail, Hail, Ras-putin’. This man’s story has intrigued me for all of my life. His daughter’s book was the most rewarding insight I have read in matters corporeal but it is the issues of his knowledge to heal and how he died, that she makes evident, which deserve further explanation. When first I read how Rasputin had been taught in a monastery – I wondered. How is it that Christian ‘brothers’ or friars are able to practice these shamanic arts? In Nicholas and Alexandra, I saw more of the political aspects as well as the stupidity of the Czar and his wife who depended so heavily on Rasputin. Of course, there are reasons and s  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Robert Baird 
 Article Title :: King Tut's Tomb was No Better - Found in America
Between 603 and 702 AD. a truly marvelous temple was built by the Mayan people to honour a non-Mayan, non-Indian man. The firsthand account of Alberto Ruz from 'Eyewitness to Discovery' follows in part, as it was printed in ‘Illustrated London News':Four spells of work--each two and a half months long--were required before we were able to clear the filling from this mysterious staircase. {It has an important serpent figure on the walls all the way down.} After a flight of forty-five steps, we reached a landing with a U-turn. There followed another flight, of twenty-one steps, leading to a corridor, whose level is more or less the same as that on which the pyramid was built--i.e.,  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Robert Baird 
 Article Title :: Copper Keels and Red Ochre
Copper Keels:Nature provides varying resources in different parts of the world. In Ireland the use of leather in boat-building made sense. Leather craft going underwater led to glass or other submersibles to reach sunken ships in the time of Alexander and the designs some people think are alien craft on the Lascaux Caves are most likely leather submersibles. The hardwoods of Central and South America allowed for some truly fantastic big ships to be hollowed out of very large trees. Ironwood is heavier than concrete and it is even possible that they used concrete on ship hulls or to build ships with the geopolymerized technology that Pliny reports, and scholars did not unders  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Yasseen Yasseen 
 Article Title :: Dreaming of Love and Peace
She dreams of touring Europe and the US to sing of love and peace. That is her ‘big ambition.’ A rising star amongst Egypt's singers, Rula Zaki tells us in her best known song that we live on an indivisible planet."Love the world, we are one," says the lyric her father, Galal, wrote for her to commemorate the 9/11 tragedy. It is a message of love and peace to the US and the world.“I miss my friends at Appleton and I miss the milk. There's no milk like Appleton, Wisconsin, milk,” she says. She studied music at Lawrence University in Appleton.That was back in the 90s. What is she doing now?“I’ve become a graduation singer,” she says with a laugh. Sh  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Aderemi Ojikutu 
 Article Title :: A Billion Cheers At 40: Let's Celebrate 'Mummy Jessy'
Ooh the depth of literary riches, how terrific they are! In less than 40 hours time, our sister- J. K. Rowling would roll into her 40th birthday anniversary (on the 31st July). While making no pretences of any private relationship with her, or knowledge of, how she intends to mark her arrival at the proverbial 'land of milk and honey'. I am using this article to invite all writers to celebrate this ambassador of our profession -the PEN FAMILY, by posting a copy or just say something to appreciate this God's gift in our midst.Don't mistake me for a Pottermaniac, I am not one anyway,in fact, I have never read any of her books, but I am a virtue-manic. I believe in virtue, as a gift d  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Stuart Bazga 
 Article Title :: A Short Biography on Some of Europe's Most Loved and Hated Monarchs - Pt 3 King Ludwig II
King Ludwig II of Bavaria, named after his grandfather, was born in Nymphenburg Castle outside Munich on August 25, 1845 and was the eldest son of King Maximillian II and Queen Marie. As a boy, Ludwig’s favourite time of the year were the summer holidays spent at the Royal Castle Hohenschwangau which his father restored between 1832 and 1836.In 1858, at the age of thirteen, Ludwig was introduced to Wagner’s opera - Lohengrin, the story of which centres around the heroic medieval Swan-knight Lohengrin, by his governess. The young Ludwig instantly fell in love with its concept and it was the begining of a life long love with all of Wagner’s works. It was not long before he was   (read full article)
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