Some commercials can bring the world together. Chances are no one was betting on a Super Bowl spot from Snickers to take on the task. Dozens of characters from different walks of life complained in a 30-second ad from the famous candy bar about being spied on by gadgets, guys riding scooters and babies being… viaContinue reading “Super Bowl Ad Review: Quirky, Not Jerky, Wins The Day — Variety”
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Gift of Dietrich von Bothmer, Distinguished Research Curator, Greek and Roman Art, 2011 (CC0) For today’s prompt, use the image above of a pottery shard and tell it’s story. Where was it made? Who made it? What was it used for? How or Why did it break? How you use…
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Another week, another Which Way photo challenge! All are welcome and if you want to join in, here’s the badge. The Which Way photo challenge is all about capturing the roads, walks, trails, rails, steps, signs, etc. we move from one place to another on.? You can walk on…
Synopsis – A 40 year-old playboy’s life turns upside down when he comes to know that he has a 20 something year-old daughter. My Take – As evident from the Hindi films released in the past few years, male dominated story-lines are going through a revolutionary stage, where the focus has shifted from their display […]Continue reading “Jawaani Jaaneman (2020) Review!! — Welcome to Moviz Ark!”
This year, I’ve invited non Black people who are in someway connected to youth literature to share a list of 5-10 books written or illustrated by Blacks that will appeal to children. I asked for anything from board books and graphic novels to biographies and adult crossover. The authors or illustrators could be living or […]Continue reading “black books: Chris Barton — CrazyQuiltEdi”
Flour and vodka. From potatoes! What an amazing combination of discoveries come from Swedish Eva Ekeblad, who was born July 10, 1724. Eva Ekeblad: The 22 year old who transformed potatoes into vodka appeared first on When Women Inspire via Eva Ekeblad: The 22 year old who transformed potatoes into vodka — When Women Inspire
The Earth’s atmosphere weighs about 5.5 quadrillion tons.
At their closest point, the Russian and U.S. borders are less than two miles apart.