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Goodbye, Prague

Thank you, Prague!

The fairytales of my childhood must surely have all originated in Prague.  Here I found castles, bridges, legends, cathedrals, majestic gardens, narrow streets, kings, maidens, famous literature, synagogues, broad boulevards, murder, romance, towers, art history, archways over cobblestoned alleyways, medi evil city walls, Jewish pogroms and heretics burned at the stake.  876 more words

Travel 2014-2015

Thursday night at the movies at Huron County Museum

By Diva Claire Carter

HURON COUNTY – The Huron County Museum just launched a new temporary exhibit called Movie Connections.  Artifacts from the collection and archives have been selected based on themes of… 274 more words

Huron County

Chopin And His Masterpiece

Chopin’s Ballade No. 1 in G Minor is probably one of my favorite pieces of classical music. Just listening to it inspires me to do so much more and become a better musician! 131 more words

#GettingPersonal If you wrong us, shall we not revenge?

Shakespeare wrote magnificently in “The Merchant of Venice” these words:

If you prick us, do we not bleed? If you tickle us, do we not laugh?

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The Pianist (2002) Review

The Pianist, the 2002 film by Roman Polanski tells a story of Wladyslaw Szpilman (portrayed by Adrien Brody), a Jewish pianist in Poland, in time of World War II. 890 more words

Adrien Brody

The Obsession with Nazis and Third Reich; 11-Feb-2015

More than half a century later, we still talk about Hitler, Nazis, Third Reich, Auschwitz, and anti-Semitism much more than other dictators, other war-crimes, other genocides or other political philosophies. 169 more words

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