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Ganesha.... by Ganesh Ramalingam
An Epic of a God
I caught one. Only one. But I did it. Became a member of the Teacher Monarch Network and they led the way. It was hard trying to find those critters, and after all that training, I was glad I found a fecund field. But only one in hundreds of milkweeds? Yeah, only one. I'm told the population was decimated by a hail storm in Mexico last winter.
I brought it to the classroom in DC with my homemade rearing cage the Network taught me to assemble. Our little caterpillar just today…Continue
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Here Women Tell is well underway thanks to your support and participation.
The program airs each Wednesday between 3-4 pm Eastern on Here Women Talk Radio. If you 'd like to listen live you can go to…
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Read on for words on FEST, and details on the Conference that took place in Reading UK August 2010
Hello hello fellow fiends of the written word...I am here to tell you, to share with you, hell to invite you... to the wonderful idea of FEST...
Federation of European Storytelling...
what is it? What will it…
Cradled in the mountains of Melbourne, The Gem Community and Arts Community Centre is at 19 Kilvington Dr Emerald. The centre holds a small theatre, just right for storytelling. Other rooms in the centre are just right for workshops and the cafe/bar completes storyteller requirements. In fact, it is just right.
Set in the leafy green of the Dandenong Ranges, Emerald boasts some fine cafes and restaurants with local bed and breakfasts providing comfortable…Continue
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Saturday October 9th 2010 at The Gem Community Arts Theatre 19 Kilvington Dr Emerald Victoria Australia
Storytelling Theatre with Imelda Evans, John Sheills, Cindy-Lee Hunter Harper, Hendre Roelink, Cora Zon and harpist Kath Connelly for an evening of magical storytelling weaving contemporary, traditional and original stories.
For details find a copy of the poster at www.cindyleeharper.com.au or email the Guild at…Continue
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My next marketing telecourse is this week. As of this moment, this is the last class for 2010- so take action now.
::Others Say About the Telecourse
"Thanks so much for a really intense four weeks. I really appreciate all the work you've done to make the telecourse thorough and highly informative...it's been imperative for me to spend some quality time on marketing, and you've made it very worth my efforts! My compliments…
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Please join me in Santa Barbara for Gaia Festival 2010, an annual
festival celebrating Mother Earth. The varied program of amazing and
inspiring speakers, healers, and artists includes reflections on Ariadne and Dionysus by Stephen Gerringer (Joseph Campbell Foundation) and a workshop on…
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I've got one word for Ad Infinitum's Odyssey - Wowsers!
I was literally blown away by the sheer energy, precision and spledour of their particularly physical style of performance storytelling. A far cry from the round-the-fireside storytelling we all love, this show brings an insight into why the storyteller may have once been confused with a magician.
There was no bow and arrow, but I saw it and I heard it and I could have sworn it was there. Lecoq trained performer George…Continue
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Rachel Rose Reid's I'm Hans Christian Anderson was described on the poster as "magical" and "a must see" I have to say I completely agree!
This was storytelling at its most poetic, relevant and heartfelt.
As children many of us girls all taken in by the stories of princesses who meet their perfect princes and "live happily ever after." But Rachel cuts through all that Disney rubbish to find the original stories, which are a little less "happy ever after" a little more "love…Continue
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