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How To: The Walk of Shame

Claude Michel, “Drunken Bacchus with satyrs”, third quarter of 18th century

Bacco – Raimondi Marcantonio (1480-1534) – “Due Baccanti” – Engraving

Mantegna, “Baccanale con un tino”, 1470’s… 918 more words

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Paola Marella: In her own chic

Whenever I am in Italy, I always like to indulge in television (who doesn’t, I say?).

One of the most interesting programs I like to spend hours watching just… 1,241 more words

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My Reflections on a Spirit-Filled Afternoon Amongst Young Adult Friends

A Faithful Fellowship

This past weekend I was blessed to be in the company of Friends.  The New England Yearly Meeting of Friends sponsored a consultation on young adult ministries at The Moses Brown School in Providence, Rhode Island.   1,718 more words


Stephen Tennant: "Am I a Legend? I suppose I am!"

It may be argued that Stephen Tennant was an ultimate definition of modernity, certainly in the way in which the 1920s are defined today. Jacob Epstein once described him as “the most beautiful person, male or female, of his generation”. 857 more words

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Monday Morning Question: Long or Short?

Good Monday Morning everyone!  I hope you all had an excellent weekend of reading.  Personally, I read quite a bit this weekend, but struggled with ‘liking’ what I am currently reading.   434 more words


Lines of defense

Got a cat? Facebook it. Tweet it. Instagram it. Put it on Tumblr. Reddit it.

It is so easy for us to post our entire lives on the social networks. 1,635 more words

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The Clairvoyant Chapter X

It was the scruffy trainers that gave away his identity, as the acrid smoke hid his face, all I could make out were the hands scrabbling with the rope and the dirty white footwear. 1,272 more words

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