Special Needs Children Don't Always Come First
by Katrina Moody
Medicaid and the Reality of special needs dentistry A more in-depth look at a recent report and other data. In case you didn't already know it, being poor can cost you in more than dollars; and having special needs can cost you even more. In a new study released by the journal Pediatrics, kids on Medicaid were reportedly 38 times more likely to be denied an appointment by any dentist, but were also 18 times more likely to be rejected by dentist offices who said they accepted Medicaid and other public forms of insurance.
by Andy McCarthy
Of all the tennis Grand Slam tournaments, the Wimbledon Championship is the only one whose spectators have never decreased in number despite war interruptions and temporary controversies throughout its history. Since 1937, international fans unable to attend in person have been able to join in eager support of their favorite tennis players at Wimbledon by way of television and/or radio broadcasts. The Wimbledon Championships were televised for the first time in 1937, on BBC in the United Kingdom.
Homemade Jewelry - Arts and Crafts Shows
by Stephanie Staggs
If you are looking for homemade jewelry arts and crafts shows are a great place to go. They offer you an opportunity to find a wide variety of products, a lot of great deals, and a lot of great connections with jewelry makers. In this article I will share some of the benefits of arts and crafts shows with you as well as helping you prepare to attend one.
Top 5 Highest Paid Female Celebrities
by Anne Dsouza
This article lists the top 5 highest paid female celebrities for the year 2010-2011 and surprisingly none of the top Hollywood actresses feature in the list. The history and area of work of the five celebrities is provided in detail in the article.
Changing a VHS to DVD
by Wood Gundy
There are different ways of changing a VHS to DVD. Probably the most common way is to buy a capture device (usually plugs into an available USB port) and hook up a VCR to it using RCA cables. Hit play on the VCR and Capture (or Record) on the capture device.
Do Not Compromise On Art Materials
by Martin Hofschroer
Whether you are a famous painter or an aspiring artist, you must never compromise on the quality of the art materials you use. Quality materials are essential regardless of your artistic ability as it does not matter if you create paintings for a living or you are just a hobbyist because how good your supplies are will directly impact on the art you make. Shopping for art materials on the internet can be confusing as it is often difficult to ascertain how good the supplies actually are because there is sometimes a big difference...
Choosing the Best Art School
by Amie Geddes
Enrolling in an art academy is the best way to keep your interests in the arts alive. It is the best investment you can make if you intend to take your craft to a professional level, and if you decide to take it as a career.
The Story of Adam, Eve, the Garden, the Serpent, and ALL That!
by David Douglas Ford
In the beginning there was just one person living on the earth and he was named Adam. He was a very happy and well-adjusted fellow because there was no one around to say otherwise and also because he never had to contend with any traumatic childhood memories whatsoever. In fact, he never even had a childhood, but rather began life as a fully functioning adult. Even so, he began with more childlike wonder than...
History of Teen Choice Awards
by Andy McCarthy
An awards show for teen viewers was the idea of Bob Bain and Michael Burg, who sought to target a youth demographic a bit older than those that were the focus of Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards. Beginning in 1999, Fox has presented the Teen Choice Awards in honor of teen viewers' picks for the year's greatest achievements in film, TV, music, fashion, athletics, and beyond. The show is complete with celebrity appearances and musical performances with teen appeal for their voting audience ranging in age from 13-19.
History of the Soul Train Music Awards
by Andy McCarthy
Soul Train began in 1971, as the first African American music variety show in the history of American television, with a format including a dance club ambiance playing the day's most popular urban music, complete with dancing men and women throughout the show, dressed to impress, along with hosts and performances from among major figures in Black entertainment. Though it initially aired in only the seven cities of Atlanta, Cleveland, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and San Francisco, the show met with a successful start. Within seven months, the show had achieved its goal of airing in syndication in 25...
10 Fancy Dress Birthday Party Themes
by Clare Green
If you're hosting a birthday party - either for yourself or on behalf of a friend or relative - and you're keen to do something a little different, you may want to give some thought to fancy dress. Not only is it great fun, but it's a great way to be creative and make sure your party lives long in the memory.
Broadcasting the Oscars, 1930-Present
by Andy McCarthy
By 1930, the year of the 2nd Academy Awards ceremony, the awards had already been established as such an event that a local Los Angeles radio station dedicated an hour-long broadcast to the ceremony, which has been broadcast every year since then. For the first awards ceremony, the Academy had announced its winners months in advance. However, The Academy did not announce the award winners so early in advance of the second ceremony, instead releasing the names of the winners to newspapers for release at 11 p.ml on the night of the ceremony.
History of the People's Choice Awards
by Andy McCarthy
Since 1975, The People's Choice Awards ceremony has aired annually on CBS to honor achievements in all walks of entertainment and popular culture as determined by members of the general public. That year, The Sting as Favorite Picture, Barbara Streisand as Favorite Film Actress, and John Wayne as Favorite Film Actor became the first winners in the history of The People's Choice Awards. Bob Stivers created the show, and Proctor & Gamble bought the show from him in 1982.
Medieval Swords - A Craftsman's Art in Weaponry
by William Watters
Medieval swords are some of the most astounding weapons, and the craftsmanship and intricate detail of many these medieval weapons are a wonder. The medieval sword descended from the Roman spatha, the shorter sword used by Roman infantry. The barbarian Franks preferred to use long swords that were constructed from soft iron, and their heavy swords were far less reliable than the short, well crafted Roman swords.
Why You Should Always Use a Pop Filter for Recording the Human Voice
by Jamie G Stevens
Pop Filters are generally available in two types. Nylon or the lesser known and used steel mesh type. Either style has benefits depending on your point of view.
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Child Modeling Worth It?
by Thomas Ewer
A crucial question that every single parent or guardian really need to ask themselves when contemplating a modeling career for their child is, "Is child modeling worth it?" Though on the surface, being able to showcase your pride and joy's face on the cover of a national magazine seems very appealing, there are a number of hidden depths to child modeling that ought to be thoroughly thought about before taking the leap. It is crucial to explore the possible precious time, hard work and sacrifice that is necessary in order for your child to model.
How Do You Feel When You Create Art?
by Becky Joy
Creating art that is your passion gives you a feeling of euphoria and well being that is difficult to describe with words. The passion, the feeling that an artists gets while working is worth so much more than the finished creation.
Clay Beads - Making A Bracelet
by Christi Shobert
Once many people have purchased their clay beads they are unsure about what to do next. Most people want to make a piece of jewelry but they my not know how to get started. In this article I want to show you how to make a bracelet. This is one of the more simple places to start and will be a great way for you to begin your journey in this new hobby.
For Those Who Think They Cannot: How to Become an Artist
by Ginger Campbell
Have you found yourself intimidated and struck with envy of talented artists? Deep within all of us lies an artist. Following these steps, you will be one step closer to obtaining your ultimate artistic license.
Clay Beads - What Kinds Are There?
by Christi Shobert
Clay beads in themselves are a subcategory of beads. But did you know that there are even more subcategories of these unique kinds of beads? In this article I want to show you just some the ways you can categorize these little works of art in the hopes of making your shopping and beading experience a little easier.
Homemade Jewerly - Creating The Right Ensemble
by Stephanie Staggs
People make homemade jewelry for a lot of different reasons. One of the main reasons though is because they have an outfit and they need the right jewelry to finish the ensemble off. While this is a great reason, there are a few things you want to consider in order to accomplish this goal the right way.
Wonders of Subliminals - Learn More
by Mark L Mason
Subliminal pertains to below the threshold of consciousness. Stimuli that slide below this threshold with consciousness are stimuli which, while not consciously recognized, may influence judgment, attitude, and behavior on a great unconscious level. Subliminal influences have got a similar purpose as hypnosis because they attempt to reach the subconscious to support effect desired change when used in a positive manner.
Ten Reasons Search Engines Hate Your Website
by Lorraine Ball
Last week, I wrote a post entitled Ten Reasons Prospects Hate Your Website. While it is important what people think about your site, you have another group of visitors you need to attract and engage on your website - search engines.
The Longstanding Appeal of Superheroes
by Randy Garcia
Since the 1930s and the 1940s, superheroes have provided comic book aficionados with a prototype of the all-American hero, who, via superhuman powers, protects the public from all danger and harm. These same comic book readers are all grown up today, when events occurring around the world make all of us wish for real-life superheroes to come along and save the day, making everything safe again for all those that live here. One of the most popular reasons the appeal of superheroes remains a constant in our society is simply because everyone can identify with them.
Life As a Script Reader
by Charles Bloom
Reading scripts can be a great way for aspiring writers to get a good sense of story and character. Providing analyses of other writer's scripts can help and reader know what studios and production companies are looking for in scripts, which can only serve to strengthen their own projects. To earn extra money on the side of assistant duties, I frequently dove into script reading for various production companies and agencies.
Garbage In Art Out
by Lance Winslow
The greatest artistic creative genius I've ever seen, have been those who can turn garbage into art. Not just gluing together junk, but really making waste into something unique, cool, and well, something you'd put into your home for instance. There's something to be said about recycling and repurposing of those items we commonly throw away.
Entertaining Dolphins Jumping Show
by Candice Kath
Have you ever watched a show that involves dolphins jumping out of the water? If you haven't watched how they perform stunt, then you better get out of the house and watch them perform. It can be a lot of fun and entertaining for you and your family. Kids would sure to love seeing how they jump through frames just like the way how it make you feel good. It amazes you how they can follow their trainers with ease. Even if they are trained, not all aquatic animals can do such amazing stunts. They really are intelligent and friendly, as well.
Love Photography? Learn How to Mint Money Using Your Photographs Online!
by Martin O Speight
Chances are high that you've a hard drive full of photos that can help you mint money now! If you're wondering that if we are referring to the photos you downloaded over a time, then let it be known that we are referring to the photographs taken by you! Surprised? Then read on.
Killing People for a Living
by Pete Giles
That's what I do, and when I make that statement I tend to get noticed. But it's not as bad as it sounds, really. All we do is to perform murder mysteries in hotels in the UK.
Writers and Artists: Don't Lose Your Worth
by Nadine Keels
There's a move happening in the world of arts and entertainment, particularly in the realm of the book industry. The world of arts and entertainment is in danger of losing the vital core in the essence of art if artists fail to view themselves as servants.
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