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Famous Entertainers with Kidney Disease

Kidney disease was not a disease that I was very familiar with before my diagnosis 30 years ago. In the church I am a part of, people will often share the health concerns that they, or members of their family, or close friends, have. 1,259 more words


Well, we did it.  We held a good ol’ fashioned listening party on MO’s birthday.  For someone who might be beefing with Katy Perry, Taylor Swift’s album sounds very similar to her supposed foe’s previous work.  267 more words


Our model at Dr. Sketchy's SF anti-art school on November 18, 2014 was the intriguing D.Faust

Dorian Faust of Brazilian and Creole lineage, is a Burlesque inspired performance artist, a creative visionary, a sorceress, a stage witch, and an expert make-up artist. 48 more words


Glasgow Loves Christmas - Style Mile Christmas Carnival - Sunday 23 November

Glasgow City Centre came alive with festive fun today with The Style Mile Christmas Carnival which Heralded the launch of the festive shopping season.  This spectacular procession was led by a host of animated street performers interacting with the public along Glasgow’s Style Mile.   90 more words


Taylor Sings Taylor

The American Music Awards are only a few hours away!  Pitbull hosts and T. Swift kicks off the night with her world premiere performance of “Blank Space.”  If you can’t wait that long, here’s a little nibble of what’s to come.   7 more words


Marilyn Monroe by Cecil Beaton (1956)

British photographer Cecil Beaton (1904-1980) became famous for his beautiful portraits of Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, Marlene Dietrich, Greta Garbo and Elizabeth Taylor ect.

Although associated with Vogue though most of his career, Beaton’s Monroe portfolio appeared in Harper’s Bazaar, for whom he worked in the mid 1950s. 215 more words


Commentary: A Toad-Eater


An editor describes a common creature.

I am not at all surprised that a countryman, who generally lives upon the fruit of his labour, and breathes the sweet air of real independence, should not understand what a Toad-eater means. 346 more words

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