Category Archives: Culture

Critter Cubes Encourage Self Expression – A Community Project For Verbal & Written Expression

[ad_1] Critter Cube Stories is an original concept of the Graham Johnson Cultural Arts Endowment ( G.J.C.A.E.), a 501 (c) 3 org., to enhance self worth and encourage positive community activism. Each year the GJCAE sponsors at least one project to emphasize the motto of the organization, “Life Is For The Living”. This year it’s […]

Rare PEZ Dispensers – Is Yours Worth Anything?

[ad_1] Did you know that there are actually rare PEZ dispensers that are worth a lot of money? There are hundreds of PEZ dispensers that have been produced, including ones for popular cartoons and even movies. Take into account the vast number of PEZ candy dispensers out there, with the different variations of each one, […]

Definition of Global Inflation

[ad_1] Global Inflation Crisis? Global inflation crisis. What is global inflation’s role as a cause of the financial crisis? The global financial crisis seems to be an increasingly popular and powerful subject – having an increasingly itching effect on the flows of currency and the thirst for profit. Even if you choose not to tune […]

Dave’s Killer Bread OR Ezekiel Bread, Which Is Better for You?

[ad_1] Has this happened to you? You got connected with a health and fitness guru and have been following their prescriptions to a better life. They have sold you on the idea of eating only carbohydrates from a good source. One of those good sources came highly recommended and you have been eating Ezekiel Bread […]

Ukrainian Lifestyle

[ad_1] Speaking about modern Ukrainian customs and traditions it is necessary to stress that the Ukrainians are proud of their colorful folk culture. They love good food and drink and have a zest for life. Most Ukrainian middle-class and lower class urban families live in flat in multi-storied buildings; only rather rich people can afford […]

Fucoidan – Is There a Natural Cure for Cancer?

[ad_1] Does the word “Cancer” scare you? Well it should, however you probably think it will never happen to you. In the US one in every 2 men and one in every 3 women will be diagnosed with some form of Cancer and the Canadian statistics are very similar. Cancer is not the only disease […]

Matthew Arnold and Three Classes – The Barbarians, the Philistines and the Populace

[ad_1] Matthew Arnold is really a great fighter for prevailing real culture in the society of London. He finds the kingdom of materialism that is trying to strangle real culture. So, in this chapter, Arnold divides the society of England into three classes – The Aristocratic Class, the Middle Class and the Working Class. He […]

10 Ways to Respect Diversity in the Workplace

[ad_1] The world is a colorfully diverse place and so are our workplaces. Diversity is an economic and legal priority in business. It increases the bottom line, jump starts innovation and keeps businesses out of legal jeopardy. Managers, supervisors and employees at every level of a company need to find ways to embrace and respect […]

7 Best Things To Do (and To Visit) During Your Holidays in Tuscany

[ad_1] The Most Beautiful Places to Visit during a Holiday in Tuscany Tuscany is commonly considered the gem of Italy. Situated on the west coastline of Italy, by the Tyrrhenian Sea, is the most popular and beautiful holiday destination for those who decide to travel in Italy and discover the Italian beauty. Tuscany is well […]