Of Humility And Other Things – First Impressions Of A New Life by Nasim Maani - Beijing, China June 2014. What do YOU think of, when you think of China? You probably think of green tea and the delicious, exotic foods that are prepared here, the detail-oriented,
Oil painting for me is a meditative experience--essential to my well-being, and a necessary part of my life. Painting also brings me great joy, and, I hope, uplifts the hearts of those who view my work.
August 2013 - Back in the US! The mission of NGOMA ZA KONGO is to disseminate, discover and teach their African Music and Dance in other countries. After their successful American Tour 2011, the Dance group returned to Congo Brazaville.
What could be more ordinary than a woman organizing a celebration for her sister's birthday? Except in this case, the hostess is Melbourne writer Rosa Vasseghi, and her hundred guests won't be able to wish the guest of honour a happy birthday.
An interview with Gabriel Ayala. The World's First Official and Largest Awards Show for Native American Music Initiatives was founded in 1998. NAMA Hall of Fame's first nominees such as Ritchie Valens (Yakui),
My politics got a liberal boost when I left for college in upstate New York — it was, after all, 1968. After graduation, I worked in New York City kitchens and kicked around for a couple years in Europe, the Caribbean and California before returning to New Jersey and earning a PhD in psychology at Rutgers.
The Titanic's Forgotten "Survivor" by Rainn Wilson, Actor - As we've been reminded innumerable times over the past few weeks, one hundred years ago the "unsinkable" Titanic sank into the North Atlantic, taking with her more than 1,500 lives. The tragedy has made for some epic storytelling.
“Art connects us back to our nature. I think that is one of the main reasons, it’s so important, it’s so effective toward everyone in the world. Because it’s us, it comes from us, comes from our soul.” - Marjan Majd
1 April 2012, Washington, D.C., United States — The United States Senate has passed a resolution condemning the government of Iran for its systematic campaign of persecution of Baha'is and calling for the release of all Iranian prisoners held solely for their religious beliefs.
Jonathan Rothschild, Mayor of the City of Tucson, Arizona proclaimed March 17th, 2012 to be "Unity In Diversity Day." Playing For Unity In Diversity is more than a vision. Its mission is to promote peace.
Who hasn’t read a comic book in his or her life time? Scott Hanna's work has appeared in comic book titles such as Spider-Man, Batman, X-Men, Fantastic Four, The Hulk, Ghost Rider, Iron Man and many more.
Jonathon Shaw, our first young man ever to be interviewed by Treasures of Wonderment. Welcome Jonathon. Thank you for taking the time to share your story with us. Between school, sports and music, your plate is full, Jonathon.