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Nail Creative Writing Like a Pro

After having taught primary grades the English language for about 5 years, I have now taken a huge leap from there, to teaching grades 9 through 11. 877 more words


Fun with Python, current build and distribution.

Managed to not record adequate video to convey the house gig / debut of “Thought-Forms” material from a couple of weekends back.  Here is all I got… 606 more words


Vancouver’s Winter Wonderland (Part 1)

For those of you who took my last blog post literarily – unfortunately I do not drive an Aston Martin! Keep in mind I am a photographer. 302 more words


Skirting around the edges of Sydney

Sydney based photographer Yan Zochowski chats to us about stars, clouds, and composition. He uses a Nikon D3300 to capture the cosmos.

I get my inspiration from my curiosity about stars. 223 more words


Composition & Improvisation: Commonly-Used Chord Patterns: C Major Triad

Successful Composition and Improvisation is not just about melodic invention. An enormous range of music can be created by playing a major triad in a variety of simple patterns. 386 more words


Tom Holland Went Undercover As A High School Student For 'Spider-Man' Role

When it came time to research his role as everybody’s favourite web-slinging superhero in “Spider-Man: Homecoming”, actor Tom Holland took a page from the “21 Jump Street” playbook by going undercover at a New York City high school in order to play nerdy Peter Parker. 320 more words


Dean Bronstein, Zuill Bailey, Ed Harsh, and Paola Prestini Named in Top 30 Innovators by Musical America

Dean Fred Bronstein and alumnus Zuill Bailey (BM ’94, Cello), who received the Peabody Distinguished Alumni Award in 2014, were named as two of the top 30 innovators in the performing arts industry in Musical America’s Professionals of the Year special report. 96 more words