by Anthony Randall A dep turned up to a Shebeen gig once with a ludicrous amount of gear, he had at least four keyboards, a rack of amps and outboard equipment. He came highly recommended from another dep with the accolade of having once been in a well- known eighties British rock group, so we … Continue reading Departures: Misadventures in Music
by Grant Leishman I want to highlight a Philippine island that for many people may well be considered; “off the map” - the island of Mindoro, and more specifically the western side of the island, Occidental Mindoro. Mindoro, a large, tear-drop shaped island is the seventh largest Island of the Philippines, at roughly 10,600 square … Continue reading Occidental Mindoro
by Fabia Scali-Warner I recently visited the Museum of Leonardo and the Museo Galileo in Florence, two small hidden gems of the Tuscan city. The main premise is that both are science museums: the former is dedicated to working replicas of the different machines designed and built by Leonardo, while the latter displays collections of … Continue reading Leonardo and Galileo, Science Museums in Florence
by Cassandra DenHartog This is always a difficult question, due to numerous problems that could happen and the fact that the shoulder is made up of several boney, muscular, and ligamentous structures. Let’s start off with a little anatomy review. The shoulder is made up of three large muscles collectively called the deltoids, 4 rotator … Continue reading What’s Causing My Shoulder Pain?
by Millie Slavidou Anyone with a child being brought up in a bilingual home tends to learn early on that they need to grow a thick skin. There will be comments about their child’s development, about being behind at skill, about how useful the minority language will be, and even from professionals, such as teachers, … Continue reading Bilingualism and Special Needs
There’s a cabin in rural Ontario, where the trees are bare and the rain falls in sheets. It sits on the edge of a black lake. Out of the flat black water rise sun baked wrecks of trees. There’s no guarantee that a slithering quiet creature hasn’t grabbed hold to that driftwood and in the … Continue reading Val Tobin Interviewed by Rachael Wright
A must for all Dr Who fans, Tony Whitt interviewed by T E Hodden Like many fans of a certain age, my first experience with many Doctor Who stories was not watching the TV screen from behind the sofa, but reading them under the blankets by torchlight. Novelisations published by Target Books, were pocket-money affordable … Continue reading Dr Who, Tony Whitt Interviewed by T E Hodden