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Photography Tour Review by Sarah

Photo Tour Review by Sarah, New Zealand – “I really enjoyed my photography tour with Leanne with her knowledgeable and very friendly manner . It was wonderful to get an overview of New York and it’s geography and history and being shown some unique parts for photography. 17 more words

New York City

Ears only a mother could love

Comparisons can be odious. Dumbo is flanked on either side by Fantasia and Bambi, films which represented earnest attempts by Disney to push the limits of what could be done in animation. 780 more words

Pop Culture And Its Discontents

The Nine Old Men: John Lounsbery

Today I talk about the last animator to join Disney’s Nine Old Men.  John Lounsbery started with Disney as an assistant animator on Snow White like about half of the other Nine Old Men. 136 more words


We’re Killing Off All The Animals

Take note, parents: The next time you take your kids to the zoo, if you really want to give them the full experience, be sure to tell them that behind all those cages full of super happy animals, zoos have vials upon vials of animal sperm.   63 more words

The Art of Kicking Ass

It is no surprise to anyone that boxing, kickboxing, or any form of martial arts is a great way to burn calories, get strong and have fun while doing it. 512 more words

The Cold Shoulder

Fall is right around the corner for us New Yorkers so I wanted to buy something that was versatile for the seasons to come. I was able to find an off the shoulder top that can double as a sweater for the fall. 88 more words


Discovering Disney: Dumbo (Film, 1941)

Between 1937 to 1940. Walt Disney released a trio of animated classics, each subsequent film surpassing its predecessor in greatness. Two of the three–Pinocchio and Fantasia–were outright masterpieces. 1,574 more words