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Featured image of upcoming program: Immersive Opera Brings Life, Death and Second Chances to Mayfield Depot at 3pm on 18 November
Five years ago, David Tovey sat on a park bench, homeless and suicidal. The man who sat next to him saved his life. On 18 November, David and the Museum of Homelessness bring this story to Manchester’s iconic Mayfield Depot in a new production developed by people who’ve faced homelessness.Read More HISTORY DOCUMENTED: IT’S A HOMELESS MUSEUM
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Featured image: tristarproductions.com A dirty old man! Hosted by Dan Rowan and Dick Martin, this ground-breaking variety show was a fast moving barrage of jokes, one-liners, running skits, musical numbers and made fun of the social and political issues of the late 1960s and early 1970s. A group of regulars, Gary Owens, Lily Tomlin, Judy […]Read More Nice Elderly Woman (Ruth Buzzi)
Can These 10 Pop-Up Housing Concepts Change the Way We Think About Urban Living? by Leah Gonzalez Angue Pop Up Housing AirClad Black House Inflatable Housing 3 Can These 10 Pop Up Housing Concepts Change the Way We Think About Urban Living? As cities swell, the cost of living rises. The demand for desirable urban […]Read More Artistic Pop-up Tiny Housing Concepts
Tom and Richard Smothers are veteran American folk singers, musicians and comedians. The brothers’ trademark double act was performing folk songs (Tommy on acoustic guitar, Dick on string bass), which usually led to arguments between the siblings. Tommy’s signature line was “Mom always liked you best!” Tommy (the elder of the two) acted “slow” and […]Read More Smothers Brothers | Hippie Chick Clip
PSYCHIATRY OF PODIATRY THERE ARE TIMES WHEN WE NEED TO STAY OFF OF OUR FEET, with no moving about or cooking. My suggestion is to pamper yourself and order in. The following video displays some delicious foods that you can order in when you’re just not feeling comfortable. Amazing Foods You Never Thought To Order […]Read More A Twisted Ankle One-On-One
Ellen Degeneres Past Highlights DeGeneres started performing stand-up comedy at small clubs and coffee houses. By 1981, she was the emcee at Clyde’s Comedy Club in New Orleans. DeGeneres cites Woody Allen and Steve Martin as her main influences at this time. In the early 1980s she began to tour nationally, and in 1984 she […]Read More Ellen Degeneres Humorous Standup Comedy Clips
Speaking of Nachos, review and enjoy 4 NEW TWISTS ON NACHOS Nachos are a favored stadium snack and well-loved bar bite. But they’re so much more than that, too. Because they’re endlessly customizable, they’re a versatile option to put on menus of all stripes. And because they contain mostly familiar ingredients, they’re perfect for kids, […]Read More I’m Letting You Know NOW!..
YOU BOTH NEED A TOAST!👍👍 Making Kaya (Toast) – A Traditional Singaporean BreakfastRead More Compliment Your Coffee
Comedian “George Wallace”! Wallace’s break came when one of his clients opened a comedy club. The club owner was amused by Wallace’s natural humor and friendly demeanor and offered him the chance to perform stand-up comedy. In 1977, Wallace walked on stage for the first time, wearing a preacher’s robe and calling himself The Right […]Read More Standup Comedian “George Wallace”
FIRST I THOUGHT HE WAS A BLANKET Woof Woof The Chinese shar-pei is easy to recognize because of her loose, wrinkly skin, sandpaper fur, and a “hippopotamus” muzzle. This independent and loyal breed is best for experienced dog owners. Between their wrinkled bodies, blue-black tongues, and unique “hippopotamus” muzzles, a Chinese shar-pei is easy to […]Read More Tucker? FIND THE DOG’S FACE AND EYES IN HIS TUCKS OF LOVE!
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PrevNext Brown Rice Coffee Deeply ‘black’ roasting brown rice to produce Brown Rice Coffee. A healthy, caffeine-free beverage, gentle on the body. Serving Suggestions Enjoy a simple drip coffee, have it with or without milk or soy milk, or anyway you like. Materials and Processing Cafe de Kampoh, with a long history based in ‘wakanshou’, […]Read More Brown Rice Coffee (Roasted-Japanese style)