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There is one area of pop music where the French have been successful, despite the "I need the Heimlich maneuver" vocal strangling of the lingua franca. This is in the area of the chanteuse, the nymphet vocalist, all wide-eyed innocence and allure. Among that group of teen queens, one reigns supreme. Her dominance of the girly, bubble-gummy French pop music genre of the early to mid 1960s is why I am madly in love with France Gall.
"Hey, Dude! Wanna get high?" How many times has a person heard this question asked around the United States by those who participate in high risk behavior like drinking alcohol, smoking marijuana, or using other drugs, either abusing prescription medications or illegal narcotics? Decades...
In the wake of the 150th anniversary of the start of the American Civil War some serious reflection is needed about its real cause. In the last century-and-a-half, unfortunately, revisionists (apparently embarrassed) have spun myths as to the War's actual instigator. There was only one issue at work, and that was the issue of slavery.
This article attempts to confront one of today's most challenging questions--what has happened to home life? You may be shocked to learn how price manipulation plays a strong role in the deconstruction of family living. I think that anyone who is raising a family today (or desires to) will find this narrative important and interesting to their tomorrows to come.
Plot "E": it is one of the world's loneliest places, and perhaps the least celebrated. Buried in it are some of the World War II dead. But it is not that war's heroes interred there. Instead, the shunned Plot "E" contains the bodies of military criminals.
If you are a searcher you sill want to read this unexpected encounter: It is packed with food for thought and attempts to open the reader to new and mindful horizons.
Rarely do I ever invest my own time or energy into Article Submission Revenue Sharing websites (or any website, for that matter) without deeply exploring the positive and negative attributes of each one. While some may take the opportunity to quickly begin writing for any old website, under the...
Buck Owens' career spanned the decades of the 1940s through the early 2000s. He was an outsider in many ways, securing the non-Nashville city of Bakersfield, California, a place in history in making it (along with Merle Haggard and a few others) THE place where REAL Country music was made.
In the case of a particularly heinous 18th Century abuse of human rights, the imprisonment of over 140 British citizens in what has infamously become known as "The Black Hole of Calcutta" strengthened Britain's resolve to conquer India. The "Black Hole" incident, however, perhaps never happened, at least not to the extremes reported by one of its survivors, John Holwell.
With only the most gut-wrenching soul-searching could anyone ever feel any modicum of sympathy for a serial killer. Their acts appall; their anarchy frightens civilized society. Aileen Wuornos, the homeless Florida prostitute and murderer of seven men, may perhaps be the only serial killer who might, however, merit a degree of compassion. The “Melbourne Hitchhiker”, as she was dubbed by the press before her discovery, may not have been a monster so much as she was a broken human being.
Emma Schmidt (pseudonym: Anna Ecklund) was a Midwestern American woman subjected to one of the last Catholic Church-sanctioned exorcisms in the US. She was exorcised in 1928; her case was written up and approved for publication by the Church in 1935. Elements of Emma's demonic possession case would later feature heavily in both the novel and the 1973 movie, "The Exorcist".
This article promises to make you think and feel as information unfolds about our legal, penal and judiciary systems that perhaps you never would have dreamed of. And so, be prepared to be shocked especially if you've never had any dealings with law enforcement...and if you have, be prepared to wallow in a few old memories. No matter who you are this piece concerns you and those you love. Worth the read!
Potential for so much more fine works was lost when these ten actors died while still in their twenties.
This essay explores Roy's writing style, specifically her use of colors and scene in her vivid prose to create unforgettable people and places in her novel The God of Small Things.
This is a series that spans 100 years of the romance of music and the reality of history in a mixture of Americana that takes the reader down memory lane into a mindscape of feelings and thoughts. This segment travels between 1930 and 1949 and I believe is a trip worth taking. You may recall times and tunes that you thought were lost forever. Enjoy!
MASENO IS A SMALL URBAN CENTRE IN KENYA THAT MANY PEOPLE ESPECIALLY THE NATIVES OF THAT AREA, EMPLOYEE RESIDENTS AND LOCAL TRAVELLERS EN TRANSIT THROUGH IT TAKE FOR GRANTED YET IT IS SITUATED ON THE EQUATOR WHICH TOGETHER WITH MASENO SCHOOL THAT IS KENYA'S PIONEER FORMAL EDUCATION INSTITUTION, GIVES IT AN INTERNATIONAL TOUCH WORTH BEING PART AND PARCEL OF.