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Adrienne Barbeau in Pippin


Life as a circus act can have various connotations – for the better or worse.

Lately, though, no one is celebrating the joys of an unconventional existence better than the glorious Adrienne Barbeau. 386 more words

Entertainment

North American Adventures: Part 3 - the Hidden Beach Festival and Mardi Gras in New Orleans

HIDDEN BEACH FESTIVAL

Our first trip of the semester was the Hidden Beach Festival, which took us to Tequila, Guadalajara, Puerto Vallarta and Playa Mayto, and spanned 5 days (including the rather long return bus journey). 2,281 more words

Travel

Neck-tie.

I think Rita Sue said it best when she said (in response to being threatened with “Well, maybe I should just come over – pay your whore ass a visit… 7 more words

Americana Injustica: The Most Forgettable Memoir Ever Written

Chicago! Part 1–Sightseeing & Eating Our Way Through The Windy City

It’s been a little over a week since we returned from Chicago and the heat index is finally under 100 for the first time all summer! 1,008 more words

Adventure

Premium Trip to Venice Carnevale 2016!

 The final touches of this dream trip is coming together!  Venice Carnevale is one of the most magical experiences of my life.  My husband and I were lucky enough to witness it on our honeymoon in 2010.   214 more words

Previous Trips

House of Beal

In earlier posts, mediateacher.net has shared profiles of such classic composers as Henry Mancini and contemporary masters like Cliff Martinez.  One of the most interesting current examples of an extremely successful and acclaimed musician and composer making the transition to scoring music for television and film is Emmy Award winner Jeff Beal.   308 more words

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