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a Crisis American
Towards A Trump Indictment
NOVEMBER 19, 2016 AND MAGAZINE IN THE RIGHT
Religion is pretty much just only a multi-generational tradition.
Religion is pretty much just only a multi-generational tradition. That’s all. It binds groups to ideas and things through rituals and perpetuates...
#American #Election #Hillary Clinton #Religion #Barack Obama
Dylan and Dogs Of War
How many times must the cannon balls fly?
NOVEMBER 19, 2016 AND MAGAZINE IN MUSIC
Numerous friends are to be found only among dogs.
Boy Of Troy?
Remember what old Homer said (of course, he was blind).
NOVEMBER 13, 2016 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS
We're all pretty sure we've got a good bead on things..
Daughter Of the Dancer
Reminiscing with Lisa
OCTOBER 1, 2016 BELLYDANCE.ONE IN FEATURES
What special challenges emerge if your mother is a belly dancer?
the Voice Of Egypt
Om Kalsoum was a singer, musician, nationalist, and a woman.
AUGUST 27, 2016 BELLYDANCE.ONE IN REVIEWS
How she climbed the social ladder from the Bedouin (dressing as a Bedouin boy) to elite star
From Polynesian style to Superstar
AUGUST 18, 2016 BELLYDANCE.ONE IN SUPERSTAR PROFILES
Petite Jamilla showcases her musical talents as a featured musician playing bagpipes...
As a child, Petite Jamilla trained more in Polynesian style dance than any other form, being a student of the much respected Rebecca Menandic...
#Whirling Dervishes #Sufi Whirling #Bellydance Superstar #Original #Bagpipes
AUGUST 16, 2016 BELLYDANCE.ONE IN FEATURES
When I reached the age of fifty my spirits were so low...
Editors note: Bellydance.One will run poetry articles from time to time, when the editors feel that dancing viewers will benefit, emotionally,...
#Bellydance #Poem #Transformation #Empowering #Dance Is Life
Sell clever, purchase bewilderment.
MARCH 13, 2016 AND MAGAZINE IN UNITED STATES OF COMMON SENSE
Your life can, must be more Odyssey and less spaced out.
Vexation to the Nations
Melville Was Wrong: Ishmael's the D*ck
JANUARY 27, 2015 AND MAGAZINE IN COLUMNS
Indeed, it is a supervirus, able to reproduce itself by 'lying' with its parakeet. Ahem.
Philosophy and Fashion
My Relationship with the Pencil Skirt
DECEMBER 12, 2014 LOOKS.LOVE IN STYLE
It embraces the hip, undistracted, allowing for the suggestion of intimacy...
Song of Solomon
The road to Broadway.
NOVEMBER 18, 2014 AND MAGAZINE IN ENTERTAINMENT
A Musical Romance train continues to pick up steam on its way to Broadway.
Have our very tongues conjoined with our arses?
JULY 24, 2014 AND MAGAZINE IN CULTURE
Describing this verbal malady with the self-same term would be an indictment of accuser & accused
Ideas Are Sexy Too
Court ruling on 'tasteless' use of shirtless Albert Einstein
MAY 23, 2014 AND MAGAZINE IN CULTURE
The postmortem right of publicity endures for no more than 50 years after death...
Prison Education Works
The story of NJ-STEP and CPEP
FEBRUARY 13, 2014 AND MAGAZINE IN THE LEFT
Inmates must either possess a GED or a high school diploma in order to enroll.
The dirty word of the prison education community is recidivism -- the act of a former prisoner or probationer committing a crime and being arrested...
#Prison Education #Nj-step #Cpep #Inmate Education
16 year old star-to-be from down under
JANUARY 28, 2014 AND MAGAZINE IN MUSIC
Inspired by the works of Regina Spektor, Mumford and Sons and Tallest Man on Earth.
Drugs, Art and Creativity
How the use of hallucinogenics affects art: better or worse?
DECEMBER 13, 2013 AND MAGAZINE IN MUSIC
So what comes first – the fix or the artistic fixation? The creative genius, or the dope?
The Motion of the Moon
An Excerpt from John Lee Brook's new non-fiction book.
OCTOBER 27, 2013 AND MAGAZINE IN LITERATURE
The dead know only disappointment.
H. R. Haggard
The Creator of SHE
APRIL 25, 2013 AND MAGAZINE IN LITERATURE
Haggard wrote over 40 novels, most of which are still in print.
A new volume of poetry by Tess Kincaid.
DECEMBER 26, 2012 AND MAGAZINE IN LITERATURE
Who – regardless of where they're from – is worthy of note?
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