The inventor road the board 905 feet, 16.5 feet over the water. read more »
Shoemaking is a cherished tradition in the Philippines. In the neighborhoods of Marikina and Liliw, Laguna, hundreds of families carry on the trade, but not without facing the challenges brought by the influx of cheap, low-quality shoes, mass produced by...
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In questi giorni il sole è cocente, la natura rinasce coi suoi profumi e colori e mette allegria, voglia di mare e di vacanze. Ma per qualcuno questo periodo rappresenta un momento un po' difficile; i vestiti pesanti che hanno sapientemente coperto i nostri rotolini di grasso, presto lasceranno posto ad abiti più leggeri che nascondono meno le forme e creano ansia e frustrazione per l'imminente ed imbarazzante prova costume.Cellulite e grasso localizzato sono inestetismi di natura multifattoriale che nec... read more »
Art critic Jerry Saltz was distraught when he learned that Picassos masterful 1955 painting Les Femmes d’Alger (Version O) was being sold
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Volunteers in Ecuador just planted 647,250 trees in one day. read more »
Guest postby Maria Ramos
Few science fiction authors have had the influence on the genre that Ray Bradbury has. His penchant for the strange and mysterious, coupled with evocative, lyrical prose, made his works readily accessible for adaptation into television shows and movies. Bradbury felt acutely the fears and anxieties that many Americans experienced during the Cold War and this is reflected in many of his works. Themes of identity and persecution tied directly to McCarthyismand the Red Scare, whil... read more »
Im thrilled to help spread the word about an important fund-raising event, the fourth edition of the For the Love of Film: The Film Preservation Blogathon created to help raise money to preserve our  read more »
Can Love Conquer All in WWII Japanese Internment Camp? Find out, in "I Will Love You Forever: Part One" by Yvonne Ray read more »
I'm on a mission to cook my way around the world!
It's a lot of fun to explore different cultures and food can be such a big part of culture. Everyone uses spices differently and there''s so much to be learned when you venture out of your comfort zone in the kitchen!
I decided to attack a meal that sounded fairly intimidating to me - pad thai. I was pleased to find that it turned out well from the get-go and after some tweaks to increase authenticity, here's a recipe that I'm happy to share with all o... read more »
The largest content marketing event that we've been supporting as a media partner is back. Over 100 speakers - including big names from Fortune 500 brands and leading social networks - will share inspiring and actionable keynotes, with hands-on learning and relevant content marketing examples. The conference also gives a chance to connect with over 3,500 interactive, content marketing, communications, SEO and social marketing professionals from over 50 countries.That being said, we at BlogUpp highly reco... read more »