Articles about baby
Desiderio Alberto Arnaz y de Acha III (forever equated with the happy-go-lucky and sometimes clueless TV husband Ricky Ricardo) was a pioneer in television production. A true Renaissance man, Desi Arnaz was a musician and bandleader on the cutting edge of musical integration, an actor, a business man, producer, director, and founder of a production juggernaut named Desilu Productions.
A HISTORY OF RAISING KIDS IN THE U.S. and HOW TO FIX WHAT WENT WRONG is a surprising journey for parents into themselves and their children; article takes the reader back to the days of innocents through the modernization of today showing how society and world views have changed and changed childhood with the aim of how to raise today's kids happy and healthy.
The most famous spy, who was active during World War I, happened to be a celebrated female exotic dancer named Mata Hari. However, her real "spy" activities may not have been as pervasive as orginally reported, and she may have been executed before a firing squad more for political reasons than for any real security breach.
The Bazaar, the Wicked and the Downright Crazy is an unexpected journey into human action--it is "our" story as a species, as a people and as individuals. If you are a thinker, you will probably relish in this piece as it is a little bazaar, a little wicked and maybe even a little crazy in and of itself. Yet, it finds it way into the promising and positive. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did writing it.
Joseph Carey Merrick lived his life in Victorian England as a "human novelty exhibit". As the infamous "Elephant Man" Merrick's grotesque appearance was sufficent to incite public outrage; he made women faint at the sight of him. Beneath his hideous deformities, however, lay the spirit of a sensitive, albeit wounded soul, with intelligence and respect for other living things, including those who'd wronged him.
Comedies are among the most difficult films to make well. Many are released annually; some spark briefly then disappear from the public consciousness. Here, however, are eight great comedies from the modern film era that have endured for several years, and in some cases, decades.
Tokyo Rose was an appellation thrown out by Allied servicemen during WWII in reference to English-speaking women broadcasting propaganda from Japan. Tokyo Rose was not a real woman; but one real woman was accused of, and went to prison for, allegedly being this fictional woman. Her name was Iva Ikuko Toguri d'Aquino.
At the beginning of the seventies, I was working as a tour guide in Romania, for the only agency which was state-owned. It was a lot of fun, however at times there was a lot of work, and not enough hours to rest, but overall, it was not a bad experience. Here are some stories related to a tour whose main character was... Dracula