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Serge Poliakoff (French, born Russia, 1906-1969), Untitled, c.1960. Tempera on paper, 61 x 46 cm.

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Angela Brown was born in Meridian, Mississippi on January 5,1969. earned two Associate of General Studies degrees, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Recreation and Leisure Studies in Education in Workforce Education from the Brown received a Doctorate in Humanities earned a Fine Arts and Communication

1,500 Year Old Angel Oak in South Carolina

Celebrate St. Nicholas Day! We're going to do make a point of doing something nice for others on this day and tell the story of St. Nicholas.

Wendell Berry on Climate Change: To Save the Future, Live in the Present, by Wendell Berry

Anambra Born Journalist Blogger Launches 4th published book first prose Book for sale! Book for sale! Book for sale! Yes it has landed at last!!! You demanded for it when I was busy authoring collection of poems and health book. Here is it. Buy a copy or copies for yourself your children or love ones especially now schools are resuming for new academic session. This first published Prose (Short Story) is very educative prosaic illustrative descriptive narrative Books Title: The…

The perfect poem for you today on your Special Day❤ I never want this to go unsaid, So here in this poem, is for it to be said. There are no words to express how much you mean to me, A son like you, I thought could never be. Because the day you were born, I just knew, God sent me a blessing- and that was you. For this I thank Him everyday, You are the true definition of a son, in everyway. It is because of you that my life has meaning, Becoming a mom has shown me a new sense of being. I…

British Accent. Welsh Accent. Anthony Hopkins Hopkins was born in Margam, Port Talbot, Wales, and eventually trained in London at RADA as an actor. (We'd welcome information on how much his accent changed during training.) Here, Anthony Hopkins reads Dylan Thomas