Stephanie BwaBwa

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Syria pledges to sign chemical weapons treaty and reveal scale of stockpile

Syria said on Tuesday night it would sign an international chemical weapons treaty and admit the scale of its chemical weapons stockpile for the first time.<p>The foreign minister, Walid al-Moallem, said his country would halt production of chemical arms, disclose the location of its existing arsenal …

Good to keep in mind as we head to the gym each day :)

"Metáfora" by Ballet Flamenco de Andalucía

International Dance Teacher Conference 2013


NO! I claim this ass as mine, & I AM NOT LEAVING! NO!


Laura Nistor (Photo: Ronnie Boehm)

(Useless) Fact Friday

A ballerina landing on pointe from a height of 3 feet generates an impact force on the toe box of her shoe of approximately 700 psi.<p>That is equal to the output pressure of a coin-operated car wash spray nozzle or the maximum rated pressure for the hull of a Seawolf class nuclear submarine at depth of 500 meters (1640 feet).<p>i’m always jumping three feet in the air and landing en pointe, wow so exciting to learn this science


<i>~ Slowly ~ Falling ~</i>

Pennsylvania Ballet (Photo: Alexander Iziliaev) 

Pennsylvania Ballet (Photo: Alexander Iziliaev)

The Dancer's Obsession: Advice for Starting late in ballet!

Advice for Starting Late in Ballet<p>While ballet is most frequently started between the ages of three and seven, the explosion of ballet studios opening in all areas of America has opened the study to any age. Being a “late starter” is not easy, but don’t get discouraged! Though a…

A travel guide to West Edmonton Mall

Growing up in Calgary, Alberta, I can be a bit judgmental when it comes to the province’s capital city. I blame it on the Battle of Alberta. Despite …

Two Secret Drives in the Canadian Rockies (why don’t photographers spend more time in these areas?)

by Darwin Wiggett on Jun 24, 2013 in Free Articles | 10 Comments<p>©Darwin Wiggett – Highway 11 in the Kootenay Plains<p>There are two highways in the …

Riding the Seaplanes of Canada

Standing on the ground in Vancouver, you’ll see something unique about the skies overhead. Seaplanes are everywhere. They’re easily identified by the heavy set of footwear they lug around that allows them to take off and land from the water.<p>Why are water-landing aircraft so big in Canada? It’s not …

19 Famous Things Invented in Canada

The good people of Canada are responsible for many inventions you use every day. Especially if you're someone who plays Trivial Pursuit in a …

George Lucas

2013: 20 Best Places to Travel in Canada

<b>Report by Adrian Brijbassi<br>and Contributors</b><p>Go east.<p>That’s the advice from writers, editors and photographers who selected the <b>20 Best</b> …

Canada: Child of the Wind

This place is my home.<p>I love it here. I am infatuated with the smooth, curved logs that form the walls of the Ranch House. I am entranced by the …

Edmonton Heritage Festival- Celebrating Canada's Multiculturalism

This past August long weekend, Mike and I took in one of our hometown’s largest festivals- the Edmonton Heritage Festival at Hawrelak Park.<p>The …