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May 2017, George Balanchine

The ballet Four Temperaments was choreographed by George Balanchine for the Ballet Society’s inaugural performance at the Central High School of Needle Trades in New York City in 1946. 974 more words


November 2016, Ronald K. Brown

“Grace” begins with an almost completely dark stage; just a single vertical panel in the center creates a path for the first dancer. The captivating female soloist enters from the back of the stage and progresses downstage, donning a striking white costume comprised of a fitted top and flowing pants. 359 more words



concealed, then
in the feline stealth of time
mountains grow from dust


©2018 Ontheland

Amaya at dVerse has challenged us to write a shadorma (3-5-3-3-7-5 syllables) with hints of shadow, mist, enigma. 45 more words


Lantern's Light

flame extinguished
now illuminated
with memories


On Becoming:  Stuff Does Not Define Me

I awoke this morning thinking about the ways in which I am learning how to be the person I want to be.  Having always seen myself a certain way in my mind’s eye, I realize that I have rarely looked like that person outwardly.  2,114 more words

Thoughts On Things

Nor'easter Two: Those Without Power, Hit Twice

NORTHEAST, U.S. — Another blizzard is hitting the northeast. Snowfall began early yesterday to the dismay of tens of thousands of local residents that lost power during the last one. 44 more words


Type 1 Questions: Rate and Accumulation

The Free-response Questions

There are ten general categories of AP Calculus free-response questions. As I’ve done in part years, I will consider each individually over the next few weeks posting on Tuesdays and Fridays. 587 more words

AP Calculus Exams