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My Wonderful Vice. by gerald freeman
Is creativity a gift or a curse?...
Narnia: DVD Review by Betty Jo Tucker
The gorgeous movie version of "The Narnia Chronicles: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe" takes your breath away with its spectacular sets and amazi...
Natalie Amanti Spotlight Artist by kiki wilson
Natalie Amanti:i've been following this artist for awhile now, and i'm pleased to say she has come a long way. ...
Natick's Teen Angels by Dawn Dellasanta-Swann
For a decade, Rock Off Main Street has brought young bands out of the basement and onto the stage. It alstarted with a local mom with a love for music...
Native American Perspective on the Meaning behind Dreams by Yvonne Perry
The theory and relevance of dream interpretation that has existed for centuries can be illustrated with many examples from diverse cultures around the...
Nature's solace in the poems of John Clare, the original Earth Day poet Apr by Jannie Dresser
One of the few poems I have committed to memory is Wendell Berry's "The Peace of Wild Things" which begins "When despair for the world grows in me/and...
New art shop by glenise clelland
New art shop in Noosaville ...
New Mexican Students Launch United World Radio by Birdie Jaworski
28 New Mexican students decide to change the world....
New Paperback out -Conversing with the Masters by Joyce White
Need reviews. Anyone interested in reading Poetry Therapy? I'll send copy of ebook free to anyone interested in reviewing. Heal thyself with Women's...
NEW Radio Show Launch on 111.3FM Los Angeles by Sandy Mitchell
Dr. Butterfly launches the V.I.P. “Variety Inspirational Praize” Radio Show in 2014 on 111.3 FM in Los Angeles and on the internet at www.jranstudios....
New Songs of My People Art Exhibition Opens at Penn Center by Aberjhani
A major modern artist combines influences from southeastern Gullah culture and the Harlem Renaissance in new show. (photo of Luther E. Vann courtesy o...
New website for Maine authors by Anastasia Cassella-Young
Maine authors unite at one site offering free advertising for your books as well as editing and typing services....
New York Film Critics Awards 1935-1939 by John Howard Reid
The New York Film Critics Circle made their first awards in 1935. It's interesting to compare this list with the movies honored by The Academy of Moti...
New York Times Magazine by Theodore Soderberg
Commenting on William F Buckley's appeareance....
News Feature I by michael decicco
The story of an historic theater in a blighted area of Southeastern Massachusetts and the people fighting for its rebirth....
Night Jazz by Janet Parker
Watercolor Painting by Janet Brice Parker...
Night Owl Review Interview by Lillian Melendez
Novelist Lillian's Interview with Night Owl Review...
Nightmares and Dark Corners by Bronwen Winter Phoenix
I write from dreams and would like to discuss how this helps me, soothes me and generally makes my life a bit more interesting, as well as discussing ...
Nitrato De Chile by Franz Kessler
A great example of Art Deco-style advertizing ...
No Bed of Roses by Betty Jo Tucker
Many people think that being a movie critic is one of the best jobs in the world. And maybe they're right. However, there's definitely a flip side of ...
No fee short short story contest by Rick Magers
2 contests each year. $50 cash, 1 year subscription to The Storyteller Magazine, where the story will be published--one winner....
No Guts, No Glory by Victoria Zackheim
The full-length version of the SF Chronicle article about the trials and tribulations of being on book tour. ...
No Puddy's Fool: Q&A with actor Patrick Warburton by Ed Robertson
Best known for playing Puddy on "Seinfeld," Patrick Warburton stretches himself on "Rules of Engagement" and "The Civilization of Maxwell Bright."...
Noel Movie Review by Betty Jo Tucker
Wrapped in sadness but tied tenderly with hope, "Noel" is a movie gift that follows a strange mix of characters who come in contact with each other on...
Nollywood: The Emergence of the Nigerian Videofilm Industry and Its... by Uchenna Onuzulike
Nollywood: The Emergence of the Nigerian Videofilm Industry and Its Representation of Nigerian Culture ...
Nollywood: The Influence of the Nigerian Movie Industry on African Culture by Uchenna Onuzulike
Africans are proud of their artistic culture and heritage; as a result, they are showing appreciation for the significance of their cultural eleme...
Notes from the 2009 Book Festival Trenches (Part 3 of 3) by Aberjhani
The journey through life and art continues. ...
Notes on a Scandal: Movie Review by Betty Jo Tucker
Obsession, loneliness and blackmail form the basis of "Notes on a Scancal," a riveting drama starring Judi Dench and Cate Blanchett in roles bearing l...
Nothing makes Jessica Biel happier than spending time with her dogs by Stacey Chillemi
Novelist Lillian R. Melendez Featured in South Orange Gaslight by Lillian Melendez
Novelist Lillian R. Melendez Featured in South Orange Gaslight...
Nun of that, now... by Fr. Kurt Messick
A book review ___________________________________ ...
NYT Bestselling author Scott Sigler joins The Write Stuff by Cyrus Webb
The family of The Write Stuff Reality Show grows....
Odd Nerdrum and Alex Nodopaka or Up jump the devil by Alex Nodopaka
A virtual cooperative artistic effort between 2 artists with opposing philosophies: realism blended with cubism...
Of Loving and Sensualities by glenise clelland
Dr David Reiter wrote about " Of Loving and Sensualities" ...
Off The Cuff With Mary Duff by Paul Mc Cann
A brief look at the life of Irish Country singer Mary Duff ....
Official Book Launch and Reading by Felix Perry
On the occasion of the book launch of Felix Perry's latest book... In Deep Water...
On Debunking Modern Art and the Pursuit of Culture: an Imaginary Rant by Alex Nodopaka
On debunking the art world...
On Geek Chic by Crispin Sands
The author reassesses his place in postmodern American society as a quintessential geek....
On Lolette Kuby’s Inwit: by Pearlie Harris
Poets of an earlier time used the term “Inwit” to describe a ‘certaine and inward knowledge’ that is instinctive in animals but in humans is the sourc...
On Picking Fruit - Curled Up With A Good Book Review by Arthur Wooten
"...satirical debut novel...bubbly comedy of manners...witty and rather self-deprecatory adventure of the trials and tribulations of gay dating."...
On Steve Jobs and the iGizmos by Alex Drinkwater, Jr.
What hath he wrought?...
On Stranger Tides: Film Review by Betty Jo Tucker
In a fight between pirates and mermaids, who would you pick to win? Watching "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" might change your mind. One...
On the Air! by G. Scott Compton
The Golden Era of radio mystery programs and New-Age reality television redefine syndication, the first time caller and long time listener. T...
On the movie Stormy Weather by Mitzi Jackson
an article on characters and a movie, musical with amazing dance, dancers, actors and actresses...
On the Warpath by Jeffry Hansen
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On Tour by G. Scott Compton
" American Idol" goes instrumental. Musicians from across the country audition for a chance to join a major band and go "On Tour". TAGLINE:...
One artist, three names - Douglas Pinder, Ben Graham, A.P. Shepherd by John Van der Kiste
The paintings of one artist under his own name, plus two assumed. From 'Dartmoor News' No. 64, January/February 2002...
One day at BEA by Larry Ketchersid
A first time author's first time at Book Expo America in NYC, June 1-3....
One Hundred Paintings of Solitude by Sam Vaknin
Sergej is a very physical artist. He loves the texture of his colors (though not their smells). ...
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