pankurios-templeovarts · 2 months ago
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Michelle Dickson - Neither Mine Nor Yours series.
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sophiegunnol · 4 months ago
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wintercorrybriea · 4 months ago
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michelle dickson
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fidjiefidjie · a year ago
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"Neither Mine Nor Yours" 👍👌sculpture
Autoportrait de Michelle Dickson de 2015
(Plâtre, bois flotté, contreplaqué de bouleau, peinture à l'huile et cire à l'encaustique)
Bel après-midi 🙋‍♀️
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eugenerolton · a year ago
My babies 👁️👁️
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fuforthought · a year ago
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A super rare photo of Michelle Yeoh on her wedding day.
Believe it or not, her ex-husband’s name was Dickson Poon.
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thescarletlibrarian · a year ago
BRB, crying because Eiko Ishioka died and will never collaborate with Michele Clapton.  I will never see the costume designer for The Fall, Bram Stoker’s Dracula (the Winona Ryder/Gary Oldman one), Mirror, Mirror, etc. work with the embroiderer for Game of Thrones, Stardust, and the BBC Helen Mirren Elizabeth I, etc.  I am taking a moment to mourn what could have been.
Ngila Dickson (The Lord of the Rings trilogy, but not the Hobbit, and my god can you tell), you’re my only hope.
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lemonade-sky · 2 years ago
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[image description: black text that says “you have to find the true monado”. below it is that image of the lady going “the WHAT” but... well, I put Shulk’s face over it and made it transparent, but it looks awful and vaguely terrifying. also I threw the (not true) monado on there]
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[image description: the meme with that guy in the yellow vest reading that blue book with the middle panel that shows what’s on the book cut out and dickson’s face on the guy. the first panel is dickson holding the book, the title reading “subtle foreshadowing for dummies”. the second is a closeup on the guy’s face (which i put dickson over) and white text saying “can’t say I feel so good about deceiving those kids”]
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beyonce-knowles-carter · 7 months ago
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Ravenna — The Huntsman: Winter's War (2016) portrayed by Charlize Theron & styled by Colleen Atwood  Daenerys Targaryen — Game of Thrones (2011 - 2019) portrayed by Emilia Clarke & styled by Michele Clapton  Akasha — Queen of The Damned (2002) portrayed by Aaliyah & styled by Angus Strathie Galadriel — The Lord of the Rings (2001 - 2003)  portrayed by Cate Blanchett & styled by Ngila Dickson and Richard Taylor Calanthe — The Witcher (2019)  portrayed by Jodhi May & styled by Tim Aslam  Kidagakash Nedakh — Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)  voiced by Cree Summer & animated by David Berthier Phoenix — 满城尽带黄金甲 / Curse of The Golden Flower (2006) portrayed by 巩俐 / Gong Li & styled by 奚仲文 / Yee Chung-man  Tamlin — The Shannara Chronicles (2016 - 2017) portrayed by Caroline Chikezie & styled by Jane Holland Maleficent — Maleficent (2014) portrayed by Angelina Jolie & styled by Anna B. Sheppard Titania — A Midsummer Night’s Dream (1999) portrayed by Michelle Pfeiffer and styled by Gabriella Pescucci
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rasksskateblade · 10 months ago
2020 Olympics Ireland Roster
Brendan Irvine (Belfast, U.K.)
Kurt Walker (Lisburn, U.K.)
Aidan Walsh (Belfast, U.K.)
Emmett Brennan (Dublin)
Kellie Harrington (Dublin)
Michaela Walsh (Belfast, U.K.)
Aoife O’Rourke (Castlerea)
Liam Jegou (Huningue, France)
Rhys McClenaghan (Dublin)
Meg Ryan (Cork)
Natalya Coyle (Dublin)
Robert Dickson (Dublin)
Sean Waddilove (Dublin)
Annalise Murphy (Rathfarnham)
Daniel Wiffen (Armagh)
Darragh Greene (Dublin)
Shane Ryan (Haverford Township, Pennsylvania)
Brendan Hyland (Dublin)
Finn McGeever (Ballina)
Jack McMillan (Belfast, U.K.)
Mona McSharry (Camp)
Danielle Hill (Newtownabbey, U.K.)
Ellen Walshe (Dublin)
Jack Woolley (Dublin)
Marcus Lawler (Carlow)
Leon Reid (Bath, U.K.)
Mark English (Letterkenny)
Andrew Coscoran (Balbriggan)
Thomas Barr (Dunmore East)
David Kenny (Farranfore)
Brendan Boyce (Letterkenny)
Alex Wright (London, U.K.)
Dr. Paul Pollock (Holywood, U.K.)
Stephen Scullion (Belfast, U.K.)
Kevin Seaward (Anstey, U.K.)
Cillin Greene (Dublin)
Chris O’Donnell (Sligo)
Phil Healy (Ballineen)
Síofra Büttner-Cléirigh (Dublin)
Nadia Power (Dublin)
Louise Shanahan (Cork)
Sarah Healy (Monkstown)
Ciara Mageean (Portaferry, U.K.)
Sarah Lavin (Lisnagry Townland)
Michelle Finn (Castlemagner)
Eilish Flanagan (Gortin)
Aoife Cooke (Cork)
Fionnuala McCormack (Wicklow)
Sophie Becker (Wexford)
Nguyễn Nhật (Dublin)
Eddie Dunbar (Banteer)
Dan Martin (Girona, Spain)
Nicho Roche (Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, France)
Mark Downey (Dromore, U.K.)
Felix English (Brighton, U.K.)
Emily Kay (Bromsgrove, U.K.)
Shannon McCurley (Melbourne, Australia)
Oliver Dingley (Harrowgate, U.K.)
Tanya Watson (Dublin)
Austin O’Connor (Cork)
Sam Watson (Clonmel)
Bertram Allen (Hünxe, Germany)
Darragh Kenny (Belmont)
Cian O’Connor (Navan)
Shane Sweetnam (Wellington, Florida)
Heike Holstein (Dublin)
Sarah Ennis (Dunboyne)
Field Hockey
Elizabeth Murphy (Dublin)
Ayeisha McFerran (Larne)
Zara Malseed (Dublin)
Michelle Carey (Dublin)
Roisin Upton (Limerick)
Nikki Evans (Clonskeagh)
Katie Mullan (Coleraine)
Shirley McCay (Drumquin)
Megan Frazer (Derry, U.K.)
Lena Tice (Basingstoke, U.K.)
Naomi Carroll (Cratloe)
Hannah McLoughlin (Dublin)
Chloe Watkins (Killiney)
Lizzie Colvin (Portadown)
Nikki Daly (Dublin)
Hannah Matthews (Dublin)
Sarah Hawkshaw (Dublin)
Anna O’Flanagan (Rathgar)
Deirdre Duke (Ballycanew)
Sarah McAuley (Dublin)
Shane Lowry (Jupiter, Florida)
Rory McIlroy (Jupiter, Florida)
Leona Maguire (Cavan)
Stephanie Meadow (Jordanstown, U.K.)
Benjamin Fletcher (Wokingham, U.K.)
Megan Fletcher (Wokingham, U.K.)
Ronan Byrne (Cork)
Philip Doyle (Banbridge, U.K.)
Fintan McCarthy (Skibbereen)
Paul O’Donovan (Lisheen)
Sanita Pušpure (Ballincollig)
Aoife Casey (Cork)
Margaret Cremen (Rochestown)
Aileen Crowley (Killorglin)
Monika Dukarska (Killorglin)
Aifric Keogh (Furbo)
Eimear Lambe (Cabra)
Fiona Murtagh (Galway)
Emily Hegarty (Skibbareen)
Jack Kelly (Dublin)
Adam Leavy (Dublin)
Harry McNulty (Cashel)
Foster Horan (Gorey)
Ian Fitzpatrick (Ratoath)
Billy Dardis (Dublin)
Jordan Conroy (Tullamore)
Greg O’Shea (Limerick)
Mark Roche (Dublin)
Terry Kennedy (Dublin)
Hugo Lennox (Maynooth)
Gavin Mullin (Dublin)
Bryan Mollen (Dublin)
Derek Burnett (Westmeath)
Russell White (Banbridge, U.K.)
Carolyn Hayes (Wicklow)
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doubleattitude · a year ago
JUMP Dance Convention, Denver, CO: RESULTS
High Scores by Age:
JUMPstart Solo
1st: Sylvie-Win Szyndlar-’Rainbow Connection’
2nd: Stella Brinkerhoff-’Fly’
3rd: Sawyer Pegram-’Born to Entertain’
4th: Layla Barnett-’Heaven Is A Place On Earth’
5th: Lincoln Rice-’Call to the Wild’
6th: Rylie Lipps-’Born to be Wild’
7th: Chloe Young-’Baby I’m A Star’
7th: Kamryn Williams-’Rhythm Nation’
8th: Eden Naitaqi-’Tainted Love’
Mini Solo
1st: Carrigan Paylor-’It Is Time’
2nd: Ellary-Day Szyndlar-’Snow’
3rd: Claire Hansen-’By The Roses’
3rd: Kalista Greer-’Yesterday’
4th: Annie Carlson-’Young’
5th: Olivia Chiu-’Acceptance’
6th: Josie Baldino-’Lil Mama’
7th: Kenzee Engle-’Dance Again’
8th: Madison Pilger-’Took the Night’
9th: Alaina Thompson-’Breathe Again’
10th: Ellie Brunson-’Love and War’
Junior Solo
1st: Angelina Elliott-’The Mind’
2nd: Aaliyah Dixon-’Ink, Rhythm and Rules’
3rd: Stella Condie-’Go Away’
4th: Kanon Greer-’Valis’
5th: Vivienne Mitchell-’Metamorphosis’
5th: Tessa Marr-’Stuk’
6th: Kamri Peterson-’Crawl When You Can’t Walk’
7th: Taylor Harrison-’Dawn Chorus’
8th: Abby Honstad-’Veiled’
9th: Tatum Moody-’Quarantine Werk Out’
10th: Blakely Bell-’Lullaby of Woe’
Teen Solo
1st: Lola Iglesias-’Letters from a Traveler’
2nd: Sofia Andrus-’Numb’
3rd: Ayla Rodriguez-’Ping’
4th: Maya Howard-’Telehumo’
5th: Jordan Lassiter-’Joyful Girl’
6th: Ceilidh McSeveney-’Harm Me’
6th: Caitlin Colohan-’Sanidi’
7th: Maliah Howard-’Brain Down’
8th: Emersyn Dickson-’Plans We Made’
9th: Abbey Schmidt-’Letters Make No Meaning’
9th: Devon Stutz-’No End To New Moments’
10th: Macy Murphy-’This City Holds My Heart’
Senior Solo
1st: Mia Maxwell-’Locomotive’
2nd: Madi Autry-’A Face I Used To Know’
3rd: Liesl Brauch-’Grower’
4th: Kyra Aparicio-Acevedo-’A Change Is Gonna Come’
5th: Carter Williams-’20 Years’
5th: Maycee Budge-’Footprints’
5th: Auden Martinez-’Particular Taste’
5th: Erika Marshall-’Power Throw’
6th: Fatu Martin-’Eden’
7th: Kelsey Keenan-’Hidden Myth’
8th: Swan Gerlach-’Work’
9th: Ashley Aldred-’Almost Fell’
10th: Nevin Lockwood-’On Reflection’
10th: Maddie Jeffers-’Punished’
10th: Blythe Thompson-’This Could Be’
JUMPstart Duo/Trio
1st: Miller’s Dance Studio-’Friend Like Me’
2nd: Tabor Dance Academy-’Happy Feet’
3rd: Tabor Dance Academy-’The Days’
Mini Duo/Trio
1st: Summit Dance Shoppe-’Something’s Gotta Change’
2nd: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Can’t Do It Alone’
3rd: Stars Dance Studio-’Stronger’
Junior Duo/Trio
1st: Dance Unlimited-’End of the Line’
2nd: Premier School of Dance-’This Home’
3rd: EVQ Dance Studio-’Atone’
3rd: EVQ Dance Studio-’Lola’
3rd: 307 Dance Academy-’Shimmy Like They Do In Paree’
3rd: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Slow Down’
Teen Duo/Trio
1st: Starstruck Academy of Dance-’We Go Off’
2nd: EVQ Dance Studio-’Dior’
3rd: Elite Dance Academy-’Depth Over Distance’
Senior Duo/Trio
1st: Dance Dimensions-’Godzilla’
2nd: EVQ Dance Studio-’Vroom’
3rd: Starstruck Academy of Dance-’Rome’
JUMPstart Group
1st: Miller’s Dance Studio-’We’re In The Money’
2nd: Miller’s Dance Studio-’Remember Me This Way’
3rd: Miller’s Dance Studio-’Work Me Down’
Mini Group
1st: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Pretend’
2nd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Dare’
3rd: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Juice’
Junior Group
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Ice Age’
2nd: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Blind Dance’
3rd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Tambourine’
Teen Group
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Groundworks’
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’In Another Life’
2nd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’an ending, a beginning’
2nd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Life Within’
3rd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Our Love’
Senior Group
1st: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Gocce’
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’I Never Thought That You Could Be Left In My Chest’
2nd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’All Together Now’
3rd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Smooth’
Mini Line
1st: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Out of Bounds’
2nd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Keep Climbing’
3rd: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Sandra Dee’
Junior Line
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Back for More’
2nd: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Attention’
3rd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Deeper Love’
Teen Line
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Change Will Come’
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’The Day It All Crashed’
2nd: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Rewind the Time’
3rd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Don Quixote’
Senior Line
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Dissolving Tension’
2nd: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Au Revoir’
2nd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Tainted Love’
3rd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’La Bayadere’
Mini Extended Line
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Sleeping Beauty’
Junior Extended Line
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Divas, Queens and Bees’
2nd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Ooh Child’
3rd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Flood of Everything’
Teen Extended Line
1st: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Big Fish’
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Missy’
2nd: EVQ Dance Studio-’Same Squad’
3rd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Together Again’
Senior Extended Line
1st: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Blue Monday’
2nd: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’The Only Shrine I’ve Seen’
3rd: Starstruck Academy of Dance-’Candy Shop’
Junior Production
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Step In Time’
2nd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Let’s Dance’
Teen Production
1st: Dance Dimensions-’Naive’
1st: EVQ Dance Studio-’Ruff Ryders’
2nd: The Studio-’Seasons’
3rd: EVQ Dance Studio-’Solo Dancing’
High Scores by Performance Division:
JUMPstart Jazz
Miller’s Dance Studio-’Work Me Down’
JUMPstart Tap
Miller’s Dance Studio-’We’re In The Money’
JUMPstart Lyrical
Miller’s Dance Studio-’Remember Me This Way’
Mini Jazz
1st: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Juice’ 2nd: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Sandra Dee’ 3rd: Starstruck Academy of Dance-’Diva Dolls’
Mini Ballet
Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Sleeping Beauty’
Mini Hip-Hop
1st: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Out of Bounds’ 2nd: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Money’ 3rd: Starstruck Academy of Dance-’P.W.A’
Mini Tap
1st: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Whip My Hair’ 2nd: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Werk’ 3rd: Starstruck Academy of Dance-’Sing’
Mini Contemporary
1st: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Pretend’ 2nd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Dare’ 3rd: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Smile’
Mini Lyrical
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Keep Climbing’ 2nd: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’I’ll Keep You Safe’ 3rd: EVQ Dance Studio-’Rescue’
Mini Musical Theatre
1st: 307 Dance Academy-’Jazz Hands’ 2nd: Miller’s Dance Studio-’What A Party’
Mini Specialty
Starstruck Academy of Dance-’Overwhelmed’
Junior Jazz
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Tambourine’ 2nd: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Attention’ 3rd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Deeper Love’
Junior Hip-Hop
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Divas, Queens and Bees’ 2nd: Starstruck Academy of Dance-’Finesse’ 3rd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Welcome to the Party’
Junior Tap
1st: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Funky Galileo’ 2nd: Dance Dimensions-’Chain Gang’
Junior Contemporary
1st: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Blind Dance’ 2nd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Rain’ 3rd: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Descent’
Junior Lyrical
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Ooh Child’ 2nd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Give A Little’ 3rd: Elite Dance Academy-’Don’t Let Me Down’
Junior Musical Theatre
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Step In Time’ 2nd: Elite Dance Academy-’Opening Up’ 3rd: Premier School of Dance-’Not At All In Love’
Junior Specialty
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Ice Age’ 2nd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Back for More’ 3rd: EVQ Dance Studio-’Energia’
Teen Jazz
1st: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Wavy’ 2nd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’House Arrest’ 3rd: Starstruck Academy of Dance-’Fever’
Teen Ballet
Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Don Quixote’
Teen Hip-Hop
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Missy’ 1st: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Big Fish’ 2nd: EVQ Dance Studio-’Same Squad’ 3rd: EVQ Dance Studio-’Ruff Ryders’ 3rd: Starstruck Academy of Dance-’Everyday’
Teen Tap
1st: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Holocene’ 2nd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Where Is The Love?’ 3rd: Dance Dimensions-’I Like It’
Teen Contemporary
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Change Will Come’ 2nd: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Rewind the Time’ 3rd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’In Another Life’
Teen Lyrical
1st: Elite Dance Academy-’Running’ 2nd: Miller’s Dance Studio-’Half My Mind Ago’ 3rd: Starstruck Academy of Dance-’Final Descent’
Teen Musical Theatre
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’The Day It All Crashed’ 2nd: Miller’s Dance Studio-’Newsies’ 3rd: Miller’s Dance Studio-’Walmart’
Teen Ballroom
1st: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Shake That’ 2nd: Elite Dance Academy-’Spice Up Your Life’
Teen Specialty
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Together Again’ 2nd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Groundworks’ 3rd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Our Love’
Senior Jazz
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Tainted Love’ 2nd: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Boys’ 3rd: Dance Dimensions-’Don’t Hit My Line’
Senior Hip-Hop
Starstruck Academy of Dance-’Candy Shop’
Senior Tap
Dance Dimensions-’Lose Somebody’
Senior Contemporary
1st: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’The Only Shrine I’ve Seen’ 2nd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Dissolving Tension’ 3rd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’I Never Thought That You Could Be Left In My Chest’ 3rd: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Gocce’
Senior Lyrical
1st: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Float’ 2nd: Starstruck Academy of Dance-’Snowing’ 3rd: Starstruck Academy of Dance-’Still Breathing’
Senior Ballroom
Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Smooth’
Senior Specialty
1st: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Blue Monday’
2nd: Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’All Together Now’
3rd: Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Au Revoir’
Senior Ballet
Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’La Bayadere’
Best of JUMP:
Miller’s Dance Studio-’We’re In The Money’
Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Sleeping Beauty’
Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Pretend’
Starstruck Academy of Dance-’Overwhelmed’
Starstruck Academy of Dance-’Finesse’
Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Blind Dance’
Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Ice Age’
Starstruck Academy of Dance-’Everyday’
Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Rewind the Time’
Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’The Day It All Crashed’
Dance Dimensions-’Naive’
EVQ Dance Studio-’Same Squad’
Dance Dimensions-’A Pale’
Starstruck Academy of Dance-’Candy Shop’
Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’Dissolving Tension’
Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Blue Monday’
Premier School of Dance-’Body Gold’
Best In Studio:
Elite Dance Academy-’Running’
Premier School of Dance-’Body Gold’
Michelle Latimer Dance Academy-’The Day It All Crashed’
EVQ Dance Studio-’Same Squad’
Tabor Dance Academy-’Jumpin Jive’
Miller’s Dance Studio-’Pressure’
Dance Dimensions-’Naive’
Artistic Fusion Dance Academy-’Blue Monday’
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wtf-triassic · 2 years ago
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By Ripley Cook
Etymology: Wrinkle Tooth 
First Described By: Emmons, 1856
Classification: Biota, Archaea, Proteoarchaeota, Asgardarchaeota, Eukaryota, Neokaryota, Scotokaryota Opimoda, Podiata, Amorphea, Obazoa, Opisthokonta, Holozoa, Filozoa, Choanozoa, Animalia, Eumetazoa, Parahoxozoa, Bilateria, Nephrozoa, Deuterostomia, Chordata, Olfactores, Vertebrata, Craniata, Gnathostomata, Eugnathostomata, Osteichthyes, Sarcopterygii, Rhipidistia, Tetrapodomorpha, Eotetrapodiformes, Elpistostegalia, Stegocephalia, Tetrapoda, Reptiliomorpha, Amniota, Sauropsida, Eureptilia, Romeriida, Diapsida, Neodiapsida, Sauria, Archosauromorpha, Crocopoda, Archosauriformes, Eucrocopoda, Crurotarsi, Archosauria?, Pseudosuchia?, Phytosauria, Parasuchidae, Mystriosuchinae 
Referred Species: R. carolinensis, R. manhattanensis 
Status: Extinct 
Time and Place: Sometime between 227 and 208.5 million years ago, in the Norian of the Late Triassic
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Rutiodon is primarily known from the Eastern United States; there are reports from Canada, as well, but these are more dubious. All reports from the Chinle Formation that were once assigned to Rutiodon have since been given their own names. It is known from the Blue Bell Quarry and the New Oxford Formation of Pennsylvania, the Cumnock and Pekin Formations of North Carolina, and the Ewing Creek Member of the Lockatong Formation and the Passaic Formation of New Jersey.
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Physical Description: Rutiodon was a Phytosaur, so naturally it looked ridiculously similar to modern crocodilians - and wasn’t one in the slightest. In fact, Phytosaurs and Crocodilians have a major difference - they had their nostrils far back on the head, close to the eyes, rather than on the tip of the snout. Rutiodon itself was very long, between 3 and 8 meters in body length, making it one of the largest animals in its environment. It had a very long, narrow jaw, with large teeth inside that grew much bigger at the front of the jaw. Weirdly enough, it was covered in armored plates like modern crocodilians on its back, sides, and tail, though this is a clear-cut case of convergent evolution - Crocodilians evolved from completely different Triassic reptiles. Rutiodon had a long tail, a squat body, and legs splayed out to the sides, just enhancing how much it resembled living crocodilians. 
Diet: Rutiodon would have fed on small animals and fish in its environment, using the hook in its jaw as well as the large teeth to grab onto struggling prey and hold it steady.
Behavior: Despite its uncanny resemblance to living crocodilians, it is difficult to determine whether or not Phytosaurs such as Rutiodon would have actually behaved like them. While being an ambush predator in the water it called home makes a certain amount of sense, that sense is primarily based on its resemblance to living analogues. That said, it’s also possible that the extreme length of its mouth would have aided Rutiodon in reaching and grabbing food that would be out of reach for a more snort-shouted animal (such as the large predatory amphibians that it shared a home with). It probably would have taken care of its young, though if it was more social than that it would have been more out of convenience than anything else. That said, Rutiodon seems to have been quite common, so groups of “I guess we’re all in this place together” may have been very common and a large annoyance to animals in the area trying to move through unscathed. 
Ecosystem: In general, Rutiodon lived in lake environments, usually near forests with decent amounts of water present beyond the lake. Flooding and swamp-like conditions were probably favored by this genus, based on its fossil neighbors. It was found in lakes, river deltas, and floodplains that would frequently turn into extremely overflowed swamps. In the Cumnock Environment of North Carolina, it lived alongside the large amphibian Dictyocephalus, as well as therapsids like Dromatherium and Microconodon and a variety of fish and unnamed reptiles. In the New Oxford Formation of Pennsylvania, it lived alongside another large amphibian - Koskinodon - as well as the fish Synorichthys, and potentially other Phytosaurs like Suchoprion and Palaeoctonus. Finally, in Lockatong, it lived with the Tanystropheid Tanytrachelos, the Kuehneosaurid Icarosaurus, the Protorosaur Hypuronector, the Rhynchosaurid Rhynchosauroides, unnamed dinosaurs, another Metoposaurid, and a variety of fish like Diplurus, Synorichthys, Turseodus, and Osteopleurus. All that fish would have made an excellent source of food for Rutiodon, along with those small Therapsids! 
Other: Phytosaurs like Rutiodon are a fun group of creatures that actually come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, and aren’t all so similar to Crocodilians - they had weaker ankyls, no bony structure in the mouth to aid in breathing while underwater (though they may have had a fleshy one), and they actually had even more armor than crocodilians. That said, there is a chance Rutiodon and relatives are… stem-Crocodilians. What this means is, that living Crocodilians are their closest modern relatives. This is a subject of hot debate - they’re either the earliest branching members of the Crocodile-Relative group, or they’re closely but equally related to all modern archosaurs (so, they’d be equally Crocodile - and equally bird!) More research on these animals are sure to reveal further insights into their place in the evolution of the ruling reptiles. 
~ By Meig Dickson
Sources Under the Cut
Baird, D. 1986. Some Upper Triassic reptiles, footprints and an amphibian from New Jersey. The Mosasaur 3:125-153. 
Ballew, K.L. (1989). A phylogenetic analysis of Phytosauria from the Late Triassic of the Western United States. Dawn of the age of dinosaurs in the American Southwest: pp. 309–339. 
Carroll, R.L. (1988). Vertebrate Paleontology and Evolution, WH Freeman & Co. 
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Neophron percnopterus
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Etymology: A Childish Trickster
First Described By: Savigny, 1809
Classification: Dinosauromorpha, Dinosauriformes, Dracohors, Dinosauria, Saurischia, Eusaurischia, Theropoda, Neotheropoda, Averostra, Tetanurae, Orionides, Avetheropoda, Coelurosauria, Tyrannoraptora, Maniraptoromorpha, Maniraptoriformes, Maniraptora, Pennaraptora, Paraves, Eumaniraptora, Averaptora, Avialae, Euavialae, Avebrevicauda, Pygostaylia, Ornithothoraces, Euornithes, Ornithuromorpha, Ornithurae, Neornithes, Neognathae, Neoaves, Inopinaves, Telluraves, Afroaves, Accipitrimorphae, Accipitriformes, Accipitridae, Gypaetinae
Status: Extant, Endangered
Time and Place: Since 12,000 years ago, in the Holocene of the Quaternary 
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Egyptian Vultures are known from locations across India, Western Asia, Africa, and Southern Europe 
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Physical Description: The Egyptian Vulture is a small vulture, only about 54 to 70 centimeters long with a wingspan of a little more than twice that size. It is also very distinctive in color, and extremely fluffy (which makes sense, given it is probably closely related to the Bearded Vulture). It has a very long and narrow head, which is bare and yellow over the eyes and beak; the tip of the beak is sharply hooked and black. The back of the head and neck is very fluffy and white. The rest of the body is also very puffed, mostly white but with black edges and tips to the wing feathers and tail feathers. It has white fluffy legs, with only some of the feet bear; the feet are pale in color. The females are usually much heavier than the males. The juveniles are significantly darker than the adults in color. 
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Diet: Egyptian Vultures primarily feed on large dead animals such as carrion of birds, livestock, wild mammals, and even dogs. Usually it will prefer scraps from large carcasses. Sometimes it will also eat eggs! 
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Behavior: These vultures are pragmatic opportunists, eating a wide variety of carrion that are often rejected by other vulture. It even competes often with crows and other corvids - more pragmatic, intelligent birds! These vultures spend a lot of the day soaring overhead, searching for food from up to one kilometer away; they also will perch and search for food on trees and cliffs. They tend to congregate in large numbers where there is good sources of food - even though this bird is rare. They will pull off chunks of carcass and often will throw stones at eggs to open them up - a documented use of tools! They also will use twigs to roll up and gather strands of wool for nest-lining. They aren’t very loud birds, making small whistles, grunts, groans, and hisses when needed. Somewhat social birds, they are usually found in pairs or in large groups around carcasses, though often they spend time alone. 
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Egyptian Vultures breed in the spring, with pairs courting by soaring high together and then swooping and spiraling down. They are monogamous for at least one breeding season, and may stay with the same mate for many years or even their whole lives. They tend to come back to the same nest sites year after year. They make nests out of twigs and wool, placed on cliff ledges and on large tree forks. Neighboring birds may form polyamorous groups with a mated pair, allowing for the two pairs of adults to aid each other in caring for the young. Usually the birds prepare for copulation by giving each other food, and preening each other to get in the “mood”. They lay around two eggs usually, which are incubated for around one and a half months. All adults will incubate the chicks, which are very brown and puffy. They stay in the nest for up to three months, cared for by the parents for most of that time. They reach sexual maturity between 4 and 6 years of age, and can live for nearly four decades, though most tend to die by the fifth year of life in the wild. 
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The vultures tend to soar on thermal wind, using the heat to raise themselves higher in the air; on the land they’re much less graceful, waddling around awkwardly. They are very calculating animals, waiting for predators to leave a carcass before approaching. They’ll even feed on poop to get carotenoids - pigments - from large herbivorous mammals. They tend to migrate only in the northern part of their range - in Africa and India, they stay mainly in the same location year-round. They glide extensively while flying, wasting as little energy while migrating as possible. 
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Ecosystem: Egyptian Vultures prefer open areas, preferably ones with dry and arid habitat. They especially prefer locations near cold and wet climates, such as scrub habitats. They also frequent deserts, steppes, pastures, and some fields, though they try to stay near rocky places when nesting. They also can be found in mountainous regions at lower or mid-level altitudes. They are hunted upon by golden eagles, eagle owls, and red foxes as young; they also are very vulnerable to other mammalian predators (like wolves) as adults and to human interference. In fact, human activity takes a toll on population size. 
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Other: Egyptian Vultures have gone through extensive population decline, though in some locations the population is more stable now and recovering. They are greatly affected by human activity, including things such as power lines and hunting, intentional poisoning, and superstition-based activity. Since vultures are considered harbingers of doom, people tend to be afraid of them - and they aren’t always the prettiest birds, so people don’t feel emotional attachment to them enough to avoid killing them. Declines in herding and livestock maintenance among humans also has lead to some population decline. Combinations of these factors in many countries make conservation efforts difficult to implement. Some attempts to preserve this vulture have included “vulture restaurants”, where carcasses are made available to vultures nearby.
~ By Meig Dickson
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Dancers, dreamers and cat killers: Appalachian kids captured by $10 cameras | Photography | The Guardian
Wendy Ewald travelled to Letcher County, Kentucky, in the winter of 1976. She was 25 and not long out of college in New York, where she had trained as a teacher before discovering photography. “I was still a kid,” she says, “and I arrived in a place that was very remote and where everyone knew everyone else, but somehow I found it very easy to fit in.”
So much so that she remained there for six years, working in three schools, where she built darkrooms and taught practical photography, printing and book-making to children who, until then, had never thought their everyday lives were worth recording. “I bought a bunch of Instamatic cameras and sold them to the kids at $10 each,” she says. “I wanted to instil in them the sense that what they were doing really meant something. I felt it was somehow important that they owned their own cameras and valued them.”
First published in 1985 and hailed as a milestone in vernacular photography, Ewald’s book, Portraits and Dreams: Photographs and Stories by Children of the Appalachians has just been reissued in an extended version. It remains a singular portrait of the rural American south as seen through the eyes of local children, whose living conditions were impoverished but whose inner lives were often extravagantly imaginative. In grainy monochrome, they photographed themselves and the world around them: the rundown shacks they lived in, the adults who brought them up, the animals they helped raise and sometimes kill, as well as the hills and hollows they wandered from an early age.
Ewald helped them edit their work and arranged their images in thematic sections: self-portraits, animals, family portraits and, most dramatically, dreams. She also interviewed them and distilled their unselfconscious and often darkly revealing first-person narratives. “The mountains – I feel they have secrets like nobody has ever heard of,” says Allen Shepherd, one of the kids. “Some people say if they could talk, they would speak wisdom. I feel that way, too.”
Another young boy, Freddy Childers, initially struggled to express himself through the camera but, after a few lessons in composition from Ewald, presented her with two revealing family portraits. In one, he poses smiling with his older brother, Homer, in their house in Kingdom Come Creek, the dirt on their clothes echoed by the grime on the walls. In the other, Freddy stands unsmiling, cradling a portrait of “my biggest brother, Everitt, who killed himself when he came back from Vietnam”. A whole world of loss, sorrow and survival emanates across the years from these grainy images.
Ewald’s most gifted pupil was Denise Dixon, whose photographs evince an instinctive grasp of composition coupled with a vivid imagination. In one series of self-portraits, titled Reaching for the Red Star Sky, she dances ecstatically against a receding brick wall that bisects the frame. Although she appears oblivious to the camera, she was, it transpires, in complete control of the shoot. “I told my girlfriend, Michelle, how far away to stand and to take the pictures when I said,” she tells Ewald. “I like people in action, and I always look for a certain time to take a picture of it.”
Other images cast longer and darker shadows. A boy called Gary Crase made a self-portrait in which he poses holding an axe over the head of a cat his father is holding. Decades later, he described the picture to Ewald as “the classic image of an abused child trying to appease his abuser”. It transpired that, throughout his childhood, his father had killed each of the family cats, forcing Crase and his younger sister to watch. That single image distilled the terror that attended Crase’s childhood.
Elsewhere, death seems to preoccupy the children and informs their writing (several refer to male relatives who suffer from “black lung” having worked in the local coal mines) as well as the more unsettling dream photographs. Allen Shepherd created an elaborately eerie portrait of his pal, Ricky Dickson, who poses eyes closed and arms outstretched, leaning into the forked bark of a tree. It is captioned: “I dreamed I killed my best friend.”
Inspired by her recurring nightmares, Denise Dixon photographed her infant twin brothers, one appearing alive, the other hovering as a ghost in a tree overhead. “If I dream, I dream something bad,” she says matter-of-factly. “If I don’t, I don’t dream at all.”
I ask Ewald if she was surprised by the often disturbing undertow to the dream portraits. “You have to understand that these kids lived in close proximity to the cycle of life, not just through the daily struggle of the adults around them, but in their day-to-day lives. Death was a constant: they raised animals that were slaughtered and they hunted from a young age. There was also a lot of dark stuff going on in the background: guns, shootings, too much alcohol. For all that, the kids enjoyed a rare kind of freedom – they roamed in the mountains every day, making dams, building dens. They knew every inch of the woods. It was their territory.”
In 2008, some 20 years after Portraits and Dreams was first published, Eward organised a reunion in Whitesburg high school in Kentucky. It turned out that most of the kids she had taught had not seen each other since the late 70s. In the interim, many had transcended their impoverished upbringings and, having gone to college, were working in professional jobs, locally and further afield. They all spoke fondly of the photography classes in Cowan Creek, Campbell’s Branch and Kingdom Come Creek.
“The lessons they learned as image-makers, storytellers and masters of their own creativity had guided them on their life paths,” writes Ewald in her afterword to the new edition of her work. “For me, these students taught me the guiding principles of my life’s work: to frame the world according to other’s visions, as well as my own.”
• Portraits and Dreams by Wendy Eward is published by Mack.
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hallmark-movie-fanatics · 2 years ago
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HMN Exclusive - Best Christmas Party Ever (2014) (Countdown to Christmas) Starring Torrey DeVitto and Steve Lund.  
HMN Exclusive - A Majestic Christmas (2018) (Countdown to Christmas) Starring Jerrika Hinton and Christian Vincent. 
A Christmas Movie Christmas (2019) (UpTV) Starring Kimberly Daugherty, Lana McKissack, Brant Daugherty, and Ryan Merriman.
My One Christmas Wish (2015) (UpTV) Starring Amber Riley and Ali Skovbye.  
A Christmas Switch (2018) (UpTV) Starring Jackie Seiden, Ashley Wood, and Houston Rhines. 
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Merry Christmas Baby (2016) (UpTV) Starring Malinda Williams, Karon Riley, and Victoria Rowell. 
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vermiculated · 2 years ago
books - this is why ‘monthly” is a valuable interval
oh geez.
White Nights - Ann Cleeves
Sawkill Girls - Claire Legrand
Lady in Red - Maire Claremont
Behind Closed Doors - Amanda Vickery (vg)
A Rope of Thorns - Gemma Files
Dreaming Darkly - Caitlin Kittredge
The Lady's Guide to Celestial Mechanics - Olivia Waite
Astray - Emma Donoghue
Heartthrobs - Carol Dyhouse
Nine Pints - Rose George
Daily Rituals - Mason Currey
Rereadings - Anne Fadiman ed
Rustication - Charles Palliser
What Makes This Book So Great - Jo Walton
Creatures of Will and Temper - Molly Tanzer
The Lost Man - Jane Harper
The Sins of Lord Lockwood - Meredith Duran
The Jade Temptress - Jeannie Lin
Hither Page - Cat Sebastian (hashtag soup feelings)
Paradise Lodge - Nina Stibbe
Medical Bondage - Deirdre Benia Cooper Owens
Flagrant Conduct - Dale Carpenter
Intimate Friends - Martha Vicinus
The Luminous Dead - Caitlin Starling
Night's Black Angels - Ronald Pearsall
The Politics of Narrative - Kenneth Graham
Indigenous Navigation and Voyaging in the Pacific - Nicholas Goetzfridt
Pornography - Mari Mikkola
Life in the English Country House - Mark Girouard
Country House Life - Jessica Gerard
The Woman in White - Wilkie Collins (classic beachread)
A Tree of Bones - Gemma Files
Battleborn - Claire Vaye Watkins
Marilou is Everywhere - Sarah Elaine Smith
When I Grow Up I Want to Be a List of Further Possibilities - Chen Chen
The Scientific Revolution in Victorian Medicine - AJ Youngson
Consider the Fork - Bee Wilson
You May Kiss the Duke - Charis Michaels
My One and Only Duke - Grace Burrowes
The Quick - Lauren Owen
Our Kind of Cruelty - Araminta Hall
I Am Still Alive - Kate Alice Marshall
Will's True Wish - Grace Burrowes (the wish is dogs)
The Trauma Cleaner - Sarah Krasnostein
Ghost Wall - Sarah Moss (vg)
At The Lightning Field - Laura Raicovich
Offshore - Penelope Fitzgerald
Felix Yz - Lisa Bunker
Amazons and Military Maids - Julie Wheelwright
A Debutante in Disguise - Eleanor Webster
A Little Light Mischief - Cat Sebastian
Sorcerer to the Crown - Zen Cho
Re-dressing America's Frontier Past - Peter Boag (peat bog)
Courting the Cat Whisperer - Wynter Daniels
In Miniature - Simon Garfield
Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls - T Kira Madden
The Science of Shakespeare - Dan Falk
A Twenty Minute Silence Followed by Applause - Shawn Wen
A Flag Worth Dying For - Tim Marshall
Ordinary Beast - Nicole Sealey (vg)
Combat-Ready Kitchen - Anastacia Marx de Salcedo
The Tradition of Female Transvestism in Early Modern Europe - Rudolf Dekker and Lotte van de Pol
Kiss Me Someone - Karen Shepard
Safari Honeymoon - Jesse Jacobs
A Memory Called Empire - Arkady Martine
Nine Continents - Xiaolu Guo
300 Arguments - Sarah Manguso
Grief Cottage - Gail Godwin
Red Bones - Ann Cleeves
Life Mask - Emma Donoghue
The Flame and the Flower - Kathleen Woodwiss
Brute - Emily Skaja
A Bride's Story 6 - Kaoku Moru trans William Flanagan
Skim - Mariko Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki
The Invention of Pornography - Lynn Hunt ed
Canned - Anna Zeide
Mostly Dead Things - Kristen Arnett
Free and Natural - Sarah Schrank
A Tree for Peter - Kate Seredy
In the Distance - Hernan Diaz (vg)
Mastering Fear - Rikke Schubart
Beyond Speech - Mari Mikkola ed
Portrait of a Woman in Silk - Zara Anishanslin
The Art of Living - FL Lucas
Pornographic Art and the Aesthetics of Pornography - Hane Maes ed
Elizabeth and Jacobean Poets - John F Danby
Family Fortunes - Leonore Davidoff and Catherine Hall
Silence of the Grave - Arnaldur Indridason trans Bernard Scudder
She Walks in Shadows - Silvia Moreno-Garcia ed
The Hallowed Ones - Laura Bickle
Making the Grade - William Fischel
The Joseph Johnson Letterbook - John Bugg ed
Manet Manette - Carol Armstrong
Like A Mule Bringing Ice Cream to the Sun - Sarah Ladipo Manyika
Regency House Styles - Trevor Yorke
Timekeepers - Simon Garfield
Patience and Sarah - Isabel Miller
The Warlow Experiment - Alix Nathan
Girls Who Score - Illy Goyanes
In Search of Time - Dan Falk
Skeleton Keys - Brian Switek
The Englishwoman's Bedroom - Elizabeth Dickson ed
Ghosts - Roger Clarke
Joseph Johnson - Gerald Tyson
Falling in Love with Statues - George Hersey
Necromanticism - Paul Westover (vg)
Essay on Sepulchers - William Godwin
Passions Between Women - Emma Donoghue
Women's Friendships - Susan Koppleman ed
Olivia - Dorothy Bussy
Mooncop - Tom Gauld
Persepolis - Marjane Satrapi trans Mattias Ripa
Star Wars Super Graphic - Tim Leong
Luisa Now and Then - Carole Maurel trans Mariko Tamaki and Nanette McGuiness
Daughters of the Lake - Wendy Webb
Rules for Vanishing - Kate Alice Marshall
The Outermost House - Henry Beston
Feminism and the Body - Londa Schiebinger ed
Winter in the Blood - James Welch
Capturing Sound - Mark Katz
The Table-Rappers - Ronald Pearsall
Black - Michel Pastoreau trans Jody Gladding
In These Times - Jenny Uglow
The Daylight Gate - Jeanette Winterson
The Grave Keepers - Elizabeth Byrne
Metropolitan Life - Fran Lebowitz
Life Among the Savages - Shirley Jackson
Social Studies - Fran Lebowitz
When My Brother Was an Aztec - Natalie Diaz
The Imaginary Corpse - Tyler Hayes
The Invention of the Restaurant - Rebecca Spang
Moll Cutpurse - Ellen Galford
Manchette's Fatale - Doug Headline
Hand-Drawn Jokes for Smart Attractive People - Matthew Diffee
In the Pines - Erik Kriek
Raising Demons - Shirley Jackson
Nightingale - Paisley Rekdal
Louis Riel - Chester Brown
Fantastic Metamorphoses - Marina Warner
Elektra - Derrick Puffett ed
Tenements, Towers, and Trash - Julia Wertz
Ghostland - Colin Dickey
Feminism and History - Joan Wallach Scott ed
The Hide and Seek Files - Caeia Marsh
Red Rosa - Kate Evans
A Banquet for Hungry Ghosts - Ying Chang Compestine
Death is Hard Work - Khaled Khalifah trans Lori Price
Civil War - Lucan trans Susan Braund
The Making of the Modern Body - Catherine Gallagher and Thomas Laqueur
Oculus - Sally Wen Mao
The Write Escape - Charish Reid
Freedom Hospital - Hamid Sulamin trans Francesa Barrie
The Lion of Rora - Christos Gage et al
Mauve - Simon Garfield
The Lake of Dead Languages - Carol Goodman
The Turn of the Screw - Henry James
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Single Father  -  BBC One  -  October 10 - 31, 2010
Drama (4 episodes)
Running Time:  60 minutes
David Tennant as Dave Tyler.
Laura Fraser as Rita Morris.
Suranne Jones as Sarah
Isla Blair as Beatty
Warren Brown as Matt
Rupert Graves as Stuart
Mark Heap as Robin
Neve McIntosh as Anna
Natasha Watson as Lucy
Chris Hegarty as Paul Tyler
Robert Dickson as Ewan Tyler
Millie Innes as Evie Tyler
Jenni Keenan Green as Michelle
Sophie Kennedy Clark as Tanya
Stephen McCole as Jimbo
Gabriel Green McGillivray as Samuel.
Charlotte Pyke as Francine
Mariam Metreveli as Jemma
Sesili Metreveli as Alice
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