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A Walking Tour of Munich – Introduction

With a history spanning centuries of building and rebuilding, Munich is one of Europe’s most architecturally interesting cities. Postwar developments have marred Munich’s once-homogeneous look, but in rebuilding their city after the war, Münchners tried to respect tradition as much as possible. If you, like the ordinary visitor, have time for only one walking tour, […] Read more

A&E FASHION SPECIAL

If you’re in the market to liven up your décor, here are some racy new items you can buy now to express your colorful side! Why not invest in functional art? Charlotte Beyorlin’s geometric rugs blend swatches of velvet, suede, wool and leather to create a truly sensory delight. Fly away on this zany propeller […] Read more

A&E Fashion Special

If you’re in the market to liven up your décor, here are some racy new items you can buy now to express your colorful side! Why not invest in functional art? Charlotte Beyorlin’s geometric rugs blend swatches of velvet, suede, wool and leather to create a truly sensory delight. Fly away on this zany propeller […] Read more

ABC hair tonic

This is just a fun commercial I wrote to practice. ABC Hair Tonic leave me hair soft, shiny n’ purdy […] Read more

Abigail’s Plea

A certain man in Maon, who had property there at Carmel, was very wealthy. He had a thousand goats and three thousand sheep, which he was shearing in Carmel. His name was Nabal and his wife’s name was Abigail. She was an intelligent and beautiful woman, but her husband was surly and mean in his […] Read more

Abiogenic theory

The abiogenic theory holds that hydrocarbons were a component of the material that formed the earth, through accretion of solids, some 4.5 billion years ago. With increasing internal heat, liquids and gases were liberated, and because they were less dense than the rocks, buoyancy forces drove them upward. In favorable conditions, the upward journey from […] Read more

Abiogenic Theory

The abiogenic theory holds that hydrocarbons were a component of the material that formed the earth, through accretion of solids, some 4.5 billion years ago. With increasing internal heat, liquids and gases were liberated, and because they were less dense than the rocks, buoyancy forces drove them upward. In favorable conditions, the upward journey from […] Read more

About Horror

Take a trip back to a time when late night creature features were all the rage and the personalities that presented them were just as popular as the movies. Beginning in the 1950s, the horror fest was a staple of regional television. From ghouls to vampires – to werewolves and crypt keepers – every host […] Read more

Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln rose from his chair and advanced toward the podium. He was now at the height of his power, with the Civil War nearly won. In one hand he held a single sheet of paper, typeset and printed in double columns. The foreboding clouds threatened another downpour. Then, reported Noah Brooks, journalist and friend […] Read more

Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln rose from his chair and advanced toward the podium. He was now at the height of his power, with the Civil War nearly won. In one hand he held a single sheet of paper, typeset and printed in double columns. The foreboding clouds threatened another downpour. Then, reported Noah Brooks, journalist and friend […] Read more