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Energizing Yoga Flow with Tara Stiles

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How to properly cut up a chicken

When you buy prepackaged chicken parts at the grocery store, you are typically paying more for convenience. Don't be intimidated by cutting up the whole bird yourself. David Mawhinney of Haven's Kitchen breaks down the cuts step by step. And save the extra parts for stock!<p><i>Produced by Justin Gmoser</i> …

9 Healthy Potato Recipes That Could Maybe, Possibly Help You Lose Weight

Everyone knows that starchy carbs cause weight gain, right? Maybe not in the case of potatoes, suggests a new paper by researchers at McGill …

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The History of Art in 3 Minutes

23 Works, Video Series Documents the History of Austrian Art & Tech Group monochrom

“23 Works” is a video series that documents the history of Austrian art and technology group monochrom. The series covers 23 projects, anecdotes, and …

Rewriting art history

THE term "Impressionism" evokes the dreamy lilypads of Monet, the radiant fruit painted by Cezanne. Perhaps a Degas ballerina twirls in the mind's …

Dig it: is archaeology the new art?

Two exciting exhibitions at the British Museum this spring delight the eye as much as the mind with ancient artefacts that also happen to be …

The Books That Shaped Art History: review

The Books That Shaped Art History is a thought-provoking reflection on a century of brilliant Art Historical scholarship.<p>‘O Lord, how bored I am with it!’ cried Roger Fry as he pored over the draft of his book on Cézanne. ‘It seems to me poor formless stuff and I should like to begin it all over …

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History of Art and Art Movements

Art History Books Of The Future?

Good Morning Google+ ✶ your daily story about art ✶ Back to Europe today to...

<b>Good Morning Google+ ✶ your daily story about art ✶</b><p>Back to Europe today to commemorate <b>Benjamin Robert Haydon,</b> another tragic figure in art history, …

Why do we like the art that we like?

Why do we like the art that we like?<br>2 of 12<p>My friend, John Magnet Bell of StartYourNovel.com, writes of Salvidor Dali:<p>"In Dalí’s world, pomegranates can levitate and give birth to mountain-sized tigers..."<p>John seems to suggest that Dali's genius is that he does not faithfully paint the world as it is. I would suggest that Dali passionately struggled to paint the world as it is - beyond clichés, deceptive appearances, and the limitations of ordinary intellect. Dali's genius, I am inclined to …

Thutmose III, created the largest empire of Ancient Egypt ...…

<b>Thutmose III, created the largest empire of Ancient Egypt</b> ... <i>Wikipedia</i> - "Thutmose III (sometimes read as Thutmosis or Tuthmosis III, Thothmes in older history works, and meaning Thoth is born) was the sixth Pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty. During the first twenty-two years of Thutmose's reign he was co-regent with his stepmother, Hatshepsut, who was named the pharaoh. While he is shown first on surviving monuments, both were assigned the usual royal names and insignia and neither is given …

Women in art: why are all the 'great' artists men?

Here's a teaser. How many female artists featured in the top 100 auction sales, ranked by price, last year? Gemma Rolls-Bentley, an independent …