The video, shot for Gillette and the British Skin Foundation, received a flurry of press from the AP, Daily News, The Guardian and many others. Some even made a game attempt to verify whether the events portrayed were real or a stunt. A Gillette spokesman told Mashable and others they’d rather “leave the ‘real or fake’ debate up to the viewers.” Read: fake..
To prepare the filling: Peel, core, and thinly slice apples. Stew apples in a pot with a little water to cover the fruit, plus the sugar and spices, until just cooked. Chill apples in a little of the juice. People of all ages can you young or old, simply Mickey Mouse loves. Probably all of the charm of this icon of Disney will be fascinated. For all fans of..
One of the oldest sites on this list, the Coconut Grove Playhouse was constructed as a cinema called the Player’s State Theater, which opened in 1927. It was renowned as the second air conditioned theater on Florida east coast and home to the largest Wurlitzer organ in the nation. In the 1950s, oil entrepreneur George Engle spent more than $1 million in renovations to convert the space to a live theater and reopened it in 1956..
Flower Basket Day January 4Celebrate by getting the traditional January blooms of the Snowdrop and Carnation. Their bright colors and scents in baskets can decorate and brighten your home. Give small baskets to friends or co workers or host a party with a Flower Basket Day theme.
Bryan Brock has established himself as a well known artist, designer, influencer and successful entrepreneur in Toronto. He’s also the dean of the Academy of Creative Arts for the non profit youth organization The Remix Project. Brock works with at risk youth from priority neighbourhoods across the GTA, providing mentorship as well as building both technical and life skills.
The fun for me is not so much beating the Ducks, heck I even have one of their sweatshirts. No, the fun for me is tweaking “Duckfan’s” nose and ruining their football season. I support the Ducks 11 games a year. Item Type:Conference or Workshop contribution (Paper)Item Status:Live ArchiveAbstractNature based destination tourism has witnessed substantial growth in recent years, particularly in Regional Areas. This type of tourism is for people who do not want to merely passively view scenic landscape but to actively immerse themselves within it, for example by undertaking long distance walks. Many tourism agencies and local governments have responded to such demand by developing, branding and promoting ‘walking products’; overseas examples include the UK’s Pennine Way, the USA’s Appalachian Trail, Peru’s Inca Trail and New Zealand’s Milford Track.