Get Fit Dancing To A Latin Beat
Zumba, the fitness dance craze that has taken the United States by storm, started simply enough in Colombia in the Nineties when aerobics teacher Beto Perez forgot his usual music and had to improvise around the music he had in his car.
Perez decided to call the exercise Zumba, after the Colombian slang word meaning to buzz like a bee or move fast. Zumba fuses the hypnotic Latin rhythms of salsa and merengue with easy to follow moves to create a dynamic fitness program.
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Smartcat Pioneer Pet Drinking Fountain—Raindrop Design—Stainless Steel
Having a pet in your life is a blessing. In so many little ways, pets undeniably bring light and joy to a home. Just about any pet can be the catalyst to laughter when you are sad, or comfort when you are stressed. But many cat owners will swear that living with a cat not only brings amusement and comfort but something extra to their lives.
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Paws & Claws: Dogs & Cats Best Friends
StormCat Likes To Pose
In December 2008, although I didn’t give out many Christmas presents, I wanted to do something special for my roommate. For the past four or five years, I had been creating my own photo Christmas cards through my Shutterfly account (I’m on my second digital camera), and while designing my cards, I noticed that Shutterfly also offered customized mousepads. Read more... (474 words, 1 image, estimated 1:54 mins reading time)
George Rodrigue (born March 13, 1944), is a Cajun artist who grew up in New Iberia, Louisiana. Rodrigue began painting outdoor family gatherings framed by moss-clad oak trees in an area of French Louisiana known as Acadiana.
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A graphic novel is a narrative work in which the story is conveyed to the reader using the comics form. The term is employed in a broad manner, encompassing non-fiction works and thematically linked short stories as well as fictional stories across a number of genres. Read more... (1730 words, 51 images, estimated 6:55 mins reading time)
The Honey West character was created by Gloria and Forrest E. “Skip” Fickling under the pseudonym “G.G. Fickling” in the late 1950s. West was one of the first female “private eyes” to ever appear on television. Read more... (410 words, 1 image, estimated 1:38 mins reading time)