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The 66 Day Art Challenge (Winding Down Days #51-53)

By the end of this Challenge I will post all 66 thumbnails. I did this challenge to stay motivated enough to do some kind of art on a daily basis as opposed to working on a painting that could take a few months. 67 more words

Arts

Book(s) Of the Week: Monster Road

Back in the 90s, I was wild for books. I still am, but the point here is that I devoured every book fair that came to school. 177 more words

Monster

Inspiring (and surprising) vegetarians

I love Rosa Parks. Thinking about the courage and strength of character she demonstrated in racially segregated Montgomery, Alabama puts a lump in my throat. In Alabama, in the ’50s, buses had seats set aside for “colored” people and seats for “white” people. 397 more words

Vegetarian

Frankenstein's Monster

Creator: Mary Shelley (novel) Written/Produced by Judith B. Shields, Directed by Syd Lance

Media Type: Feature Film, 84 minutes

Audience: Family Friendly (but use your best judgment with extra-small children) 416 more words

Film/TV

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Review of Frankenstein's Monster posted by Steampunk Library-- a website dedicated to strengthen literacy through incorporating steampunk in school library collections.

Universal

This week’s post is inspired by Skottie Young’s style and some class monsters. Wolfman, Gill Man and Dr. Frankenstein’s Monster (he never bother to name the poor fellow, but then again when you use the parts of so many different corpses who gets the naming rights?), and the Invisible Man (can you find him). 70 more words

Miscellaneous

I, Frankenstein

PLOT (spoiler alert!!!):

In 1795, Dr. Victor Frankenstein (Aden Young) creates a monster (Aaron Eckhart), a soulless creature patched together from corpses, and then rejects it. 1,394 more words

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