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Gourd Garland

To make one, you will need miniature gourds, a drill with a fine bit, and twine. Drill a hole through the center of each gourd. Thread twine through an embroidery needle; run it through the holes, knotting it at both sides of each gourd to secure in place. We left 6 inches between gourds. Hang […] Read more

Grammar Smart

Hello, and welcome to the Princeton Review’s Grammar Smart audio program. This course is designed to help you clean up your grammar and improve the way you communicate. While we’re not going to go into great detail about how or why the rules that dictate how we talk evolved, or even what they mean, we […] Read more

Great Movies

Lights. Camera. Action! Great movies can kindle curiosity, teach kids important life lessons and make it easier for parents and kids to discuss sensitive issues. Be sure to take time to ask questions, role play and extend the program with related books and activities. Take turns selecting the evening’s films, so everyone plays a role […] Read more

Great Movies

Lights. Camera. Action! Great movies can kindle curiosity, teach kids important life lessons and make it easier for parents and kids to discuss sensitive issues. Be sure to take time to ask questions, role play and extend the program with related books and activities. Take turns selecting the evening’s films, so everyone plays a role […] Read more

Growing Orchids

What to keep in mind about growing orchids. While each type of orchid has its own care requirements, the following five factors affect all blooms: Light: The plant’s tender leaves can be burned by too much direct sunlight, Yet, insufficient light stunts the growth of certain varieties. Temperature: Orchids that require cooler temperatures can often […] Read more

Guide to Recording Voice

Recording a person speaking is quite straightforward and getting good results shouldn’t be too hard, given the right environment and equipment. If you are using a close-micing technique, which is necessary with a cardioid condenser microphone, you will want to place a pop-shield between the mic and the person speaking. Pop-shields protect the microphone from […] Read more

Guitar Tip

And now for the Guitar Tip Of The Week: Take care of your hands. You can finger notes more easily if you keep the nails on your fret hand trimmed short. Leave the nails on your picking hand slightly longer to facilitate plucking the strings. Rough edges on your nails will impair the tone of […] Read more

Heartsavers First Aid and Adult CPR Course

This American Heart Association course will teach first aid assessments and actions. Topics covered include: general principles of first aid, medical emergencies, injury emergencies, environmental emergencies and adult CPR. Blood borne pathogens will also be discussed as well as the chain of survival, activating the EMS system, AND systems of heart attack, diabetes, stroke and […] Read more

High School Art History 1

Study the paintings. Can you see how both artists composed their pieces from an elevated vantage point? The viewer seems to be standing above the figures looking down, and the floor seems to tilt upward […] Read more

High School Art History 2

Artists of the Romantic period thrived on emotion, imagination, and intuition. They were inspired by the idea of freedom. Like their Baroque predecessors, Romantic painters often focused on danger, conflict, and heroic struggle. In the painting you see here… […] Read more