Archive for November, 2010

11/1/2010

Webb Master

When the film Billy Elliott was released, some of Iain Webb’s relatives were convinced his family had made a killing by selling Webb’s story to the producers. Like the young dancer in the movie, Webb grew up in a modest, working-class home in Northern England during difficult economic times. His fireman father and his older […]

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11/1/2010

Fashion

The Letter Dear 1950s, Oh, how we’ve missed you, you innocent era, and how happy we are to see you’ve returned for the season, with swirly skirts and flirty fashions that remind us of Doris Day (perky and pretty in a floral cocktail dress and sparkly sweater) or Princess Grace—feminine, ladylike and ever-so-alluring. They help […]

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11/1/2010

10 Best

1. Ted Camp, chair of State College of Florida’s fine and performing arts department, leads ceramics and wheel-throwing courses in the school’s Bradenton studio (complete with gas, electric and soda kilns). Beginners will learn the basics, but advanced students have a bigger goal: SCF’s holiday ceramics sale, a 25-year-tradition featuring student and faculty works. To […]

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