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A teacher is teaching a class and she sees that Johnny isn’t paying attention, so she asks him, “If there are three ducks sitting on a fence, and you shoot one, how many are left?” Johnny says, “None.” The teacher asks, “Why?” Johnny says, “Because the shot scared them all off.” The teacher says, “No, two, but I like how you’re thinking.” Johnny asks the teacher, “If you see three women walking out of an ice cream parlor, one is licking her ice cream, one is sucking her ice cream, and one is biting her ice cream, which one is married?” The teacher says, “The one sucking her ice cream.” Johnny says, “No, the one with the wedding ring, but I like how you’re thinking!” – ‘LaughFactory’

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“The Global Literature in Libraries Initiative strives to raise the visibility of world literature for adults and children at the local, national and international levels.” – Global Literature in Libraries Initiative

 

20th Century Multicultural Literature

The 20th century was tough on both society as well as the reporters. Topic by topic, global views became vague because of the Western worldviews if survival and statue. Latin heroes began to write, Chinese manifestations took place, also the turmoil of the Jews, Africans, and Nazis (trap within their in skins) were explained to explore ways to move forward in communicating. Books were main tools and authors write these books (still today).

Blurring the Boundaries (20th Century)

Blurring the lines of 20th century literature is the nature of Westerner’s foreseen killers. Surprisingly, industry and innovation continue to challenge the nurture and majestic conceptions of creative literature. Over and over again, the leadership of subjectivity battles the norms of economics through good and effective writing.

FYI (just a few contributors)

  • Latin heroes: Latinos share no small views. Every perspective launches into a big vision of solitude. Writers took their ink and spelled out their meanings. To no avail, cultures across the globe grabbed at the chance to analyze these particular writings.
  • Jewish Holocaust writers: Right or wrong, the news if the Jews and Western German continue to top the charts in plain horrific times. This were the days of World War II. Sadly, millions attempt to forget those times, however, those creative writing pieces are priceless in knowledgeable clues to hatred and addiction. Moreover, families died by the masses, relationships exhorted to the point that they were sought out to be confiscated and confined – guaranteeing suffrage.
  • European literature champion, Kafka: Ideally, this type of literature provides the acts of suffrage. In relation, families have roles and caste systems. These types of influences enable minds to want to drift to explain answers. For the most part, among Kafka, authors this European outlet to set traps in the mindset (e.g., aggressive norms, needs, visions, perspectives of neglect, and simply having a sense of humor).
  • More informative reviews are present on this specific website. Ensure to browse through and participate in the brief exercises with your students. The ideal mission is to learn how to interpret multicultural literature to increase your own study habits and learn hot to teach other methods, in order to gain colleagues in literature related research projects.

The Influence of the Nineteenth Century Pop Culture

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enchanted forest gathering 2017 on-site dispensary efg 2017 lineup

An ode to their continued efforts to remain at the forefront of an evolving festival circuit, the West Coast’s premier multi-experiential event, Enchanted Forest Gathering (EFG) unveils an innovative partnership with seed-to-shelf NorCal cannabis manufacturer & distributor, CannaCraft and leading online cannabis telehealth platform, PrestoDoctor. Dubbed The Emerald Forest, the trailblazing venture will be one of the many immersive environments found within the enchanting wooded grounds and the only festival location to boast a cannabis-friendly zone, designed specifically with the gathering’s core audience in mind.

Last year EFG made waves across the festival community by announcing an on-site dispensary for the 2016 event, advocating and promoting holistic practices of vitality through access to cannabis for those attendees authorized for legal use of cannabis. Uniting with CannaCraft and PrestoDoctor for the 7th annual gathering at Black Oak Ranch in Laytonville, CA this June 9-11, Enchanted Forest Gathering is elevating previous year’s initiatives through the creation of The Emerald Forest, where educational, cannabis-centric workshops, an on-site medical marijuana evaluation center provided by PrestoDoctor, and, of course, an abundance of laughs will be up for exploration.

PrestoDoctor will use their industry leading telemedicine technology to connects doctors to patients via iPads within The Emerald Forest to offer free 215 prescription evaluations to attendees in celebration of the inaugural Emerald Forest – Pre-register online today to secure your on-site appointment.

Supplementing the unprecedented opportunity to be evaluated on-site are over 20 leading cannabusiness vendors, innovative keynote speakers, and new comedy stage, the LOLounge, topping the long list of areas to discover within the confines of EFG’s latest endeavor. Guests who enter The Emerald Forest can also enjoy a full-service hookah lounge, interactive presentations of “The Great Bingo Revival,” and “The Game Show Show,” and, if they’d like to leave a lasting impression at this year’s event, can sign up to participate in the “That Reminds Me….” Storytelling Show with industry themes such as “That One Time at Trim Camp…”

Celebrating roots in Northern California’s Mendocino County, CannaCraft and the Enchanted Forest Gathering embrace the region’s heritage as the birthplace of Prop 215, the revolutionary piece of legislation that legalized the cultivation and sale of cannabis and cannabis products for use as medicine in California in 1996. Since that time, CannaCraft has become a worldwide leader in medical cannabis products; creating the popular brands AbsoluteXtracts, Care By Design, and Satori Chocolates, all the while, continuing to focus on patient wellness, education, and consultation and now bringing this movement to Enchanted Forest Gathering for a sublime weekend.

EFG’s Emerald Forest is the latest element in a masterpiece collection of offerings at this year’s festival, where attendees will also be able to witness the only California and Oregon performance by godfather of glitch and bass music, Tipper, one of two appearances on the West Coast in 2017. Joining Tipper in the myriad of lineup additions is innovative international bass act Opiuo plus Isaac Chambers an emerging, breakout artist from New Zealand. These artists round out an already-impressive lineup that features Noisia, The Polish Ambassador, Tokimonsta, The Funk Hunters, Dimond Saints, The Floozies, The Pimps of Joytime, T Sisters, Sunsquabi, Scott Pemberton Band, and over 100 more musical acts.

Step into the mesmerizing realm Enchanted Forest Gathering builds annually and construct your own adventure. With four stages featuring live and electronic music, daily yoga classes, dance and flow arts instruction, and first class workshops on topics like Health & Wellness, Relationships & Sexuality, and Science & Spirituality, Enchanted Forest Gathering inspires attendees to embody their highest and truest spirit. Within the embrace of a safe, alcohol-free environment promoting a “Get saucy, not sauced!” policy plus continued and elevated 215 initiatives, the 2017 gathering is slated to cement a lasting imprint on the legendary grounds for years to come.

Music, wellness, cultural celebration, and environmentally conscious efforts beautifully blend to help Enchanted Forest Gathering realize its core mission “to produce gatherings that activate personal growth, inspire collective sharing and redefine conscious celebration.” Unlock an enchanting journey into the lush woods of Enchanted Forest Gathering – Tickets for EFG 2017 are available now!

 

Did you miss Enchanted Forest Gathering 2016? Experience the highlights here.

 

Davis Mallory - LOUD Single Art
The creative direction for the Music Video was inspired in part by George Michael, and the fact that I am a Leo with men dressed in lion masks with a came by my cat Xena the Himalayan. It features Nashville Predator ice skater Emily Outlaw, model Kayla Poyner, American Idol’s Hector Montenegro (known professional as Arlo) and actor Manny Sandow, nodding to my LGBT ties. I came out nationally on MTV’s The Real World in 2006. I am a Nashville based recording artist (singer-songwriter & DJ) and gave a TED Talk in 2013 on my journey into music and out of reality TV.

 

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Announcing the Release of Andrew Judah’s New Single, “Metanoia.” 

With features from Billboard, Indie Shuffle and more, it’s safe to say that Judah’s music is definitely making waves. Profound lyrics combined with a danceable beat and excellent production set “Metanoia,” apart from its contenders. Read the rest of this entry »

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Spring 2017: Base Lions Release “Threes”

Bass Lions released an EP of modern adaptations of classical music by Bach and Holst – plus a collaborative arrangement & single – with members and associates of the KW Symphony Orchestra. “Threes” represents and rare opportunity for classically trained musicians to work with independent “rock” musicians to create and record hybrid arrangements of classical music and contribute to original composition. Read about the project at IMPOSE’s premiere. “Threes” was produced by Ian Smith and recorded at Escarpment Sound. Grab yourself an advance of the full EP, now

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Scandi Mankind detonate a scuzz-tastic new single- Spector, The Doors, The Strokes (TLOBF, NME)

The Scandi garage-alt-rocky Mankind releases a new scuzz-tastic single’Three Handfuls Of Dirt’  Out Spring 2017

Ingenious, dark and distorted – meet the Swedish underground indie-rock four-piece MANKIND. With their previous releases leaving the Stockholm underground and warehouse scene well and truly shaken, MANKIND are back with a new single from their upcoming EP “Death”. With Sweden already getting drunk on disorder, it’s about time the rest of mankind joined the madness.

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“Twitchily rhythmic, wan indie, with some pretensions towards epic, ringing guitars, and vocals that express rapture and longing, often at once” –
The Guardian

“Intricate guitar pop framed by Local Natives-like harmonies and Bombay Bicycle Club briskness.” – Q Magazine

“Lush atmosphere with dream-like guitars and melodies with some pretty huge choruses as well.” – The 405

“Dramatic dream-pop” – Noisey

“Rigid yet sanguine… with achingly euphoric lyricism” – SPIN

“Singalong melodies and moody dances” – Consequence Of Sound

“Power musicianship sitting alongside some deeply personal lyrics” – Clash

Every body knows a ‘close talker’ in life, right? Not just because of the infamous Seinfeld episode, but maybe a work colleague, a family member or a drinking buddy; there’s always one that gets too close for comfort. Close Talker the band, are now a three-piece alternative indie rock band from the western Canadian province of Saskatchewan with members Will Quiring (Vox), Matt Kopperud (Guitar) and Chris Morien (Drums) making up the numbers.

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Close Talker

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