(Sounds like Karate Kid doesn’t it?). That way, if a streak shows up, you’ll know which side of the glass it’s on. Microfiber cloth works great on windows, because it has no lint. No matter who the fuck it is. Don’t vote third party. No matter how progressive and forward thinking.
They count themselves lucky to discover “another Christopher Wheeldon” an astute practitioner of the classical craft even if he doesn’t regularly fire the imagination. At 25, Justin Peck, a member of City Ballet’s corps, stands out in the crowd of aspirants to that status and has already achieved far more. [Read more.]10/6/12 8:45 PM filed under: main Preview from SeattleSeptember 14, 2012 by Tobi Tobias 4 CommentsWorks Process: Pacific Northwest Ballet / Guggenheim Museum, NYC / September 9 10, 2012The dance programs in the Guggenheim Museum’s Works Process series, each a 90 minute presentation that shunts between dancing and talking, are viewed, live, two or three times, in the museum’s tiny theater, and telecast simultaneously from sea to shining sea.
Cyber criminals are back at it with a new scam. You may remember the term ‘skimming’, that’s when scammers attempt to steal personal information using a device inserted inside or outside of card readers like at an ATM or gas pump. Experts say there’s now an new and improved version called ‘shimming’.
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During our 300 nautical mile (555 km) journey from Prince Frederick Harbour to Admiralty Gulf, our group sampled a catalogue of art styles from the elegantly attired, mulberry coloured Gwion Gwion figures (thought to represent Australia’s oldest rock art) to extinct animals and imposing, owl like Wanjina sentinels (creator beings of the Dreaming). Some have adorned shallow sea caves and rock shelters for centuries; others, hidden metres up sheer escarpments more suited to rock wallabies, could date back tens of thousands of years. More recent history is writ large, too, in the remains of the smokehouses used by Macassan fishermen and the tamarind trees they planted..