Hamburg, September 30, 2014 – Rail travel typically only starts to become an experience during the journey itself. Sometimes, though, the adventure begins before even leaving the platform. Increasing numbers of cities are adorning themselves with eye-catching station buildings that, with their unconventional roof structures, bright colors and extravagant shapes, become unique architectural landmarks of those cities. Emporis (www.emporis.com), the international provider of building data, has now compiled a selection of the world’s most spectacular train station buildings. Continue reading
Il Bottaccio, Luxury Suites and Restaurant at Forte dei Marmi in Tuscany Italy, will be hosting the Russian Art Festival on the 9th of August this year.
“We are very pleased to host this event here at Forte dei Marmi in Versilia, and to welcome Basinia Shulman along with other very talented musicians for the Grand Opening of the Annual Russian Art Festival Fleurs de la Russie” said a spokesperson presenting the event to journals and bloggers in Florence: Continue reading
“Colours of South Africa”, the latest book by British aurthor Alex Fan Moniz, is a visual and literary journey to present-day South Africa. The writer, who splits his time between different countries, dedicated 15 months to travelling South Africa, photographing and searching inspiration for a this book.
In the end “Colours of South Africa” took shape in the most unusual combination of Nature, faces, places, “all-made-in-South-Africa” images with numerous original poems and short-stories. Continue reading
Laine has been helping students achieve their dreams for many years. The dance school combines passion and experience to give students the best possible start in their performing arts careers and specifically works to offer the training needed to enable students to pursue long-term careers.
Laine has spent years developing the learning styles practiced to give students the chance they need to achieve the most from their studies academically and in performance. Continue reading
Nr. 91 Stomperud er en av Norges mest populære tegneserier. Det tradisjonsrike juleheftet med den naive og godhjertede Sørums-gutten, skrevet og tegnet av Håkon Aasnes, er blant de bestselgende (rundt 100 000 eksemplarer – jul etter jul etter jul). Men i det siste har dette vært det eneste stedet denne evige førsteinnkalte har fått boltre seg. Det er for ille! Egmont lanserer derfor nå Nr. 91 Stomperud Sommeralbum.
Ikke nok med at Stomperud får et nytt album, han får også pratebobler og et moderne tegneseriespråk. Historiene i sommeralbumet er skrevet av veteranen Terje Nordberg, mens hovedtegner er nykomlingen Magne Taraldsen. Continue reading
Desi Homes, the most awaited exclusive & premium property exhibition 2014 in Mumbai, is a joint venture by– SOS Nite life and Molly Bloom events. SOS Nite life is a Mumbai based event management company that works in a collaborative and structural exercise manner to provide expected results for their esteemed customers. Molly Bloom Events is a professionally managed Company specializing in Exhibition and Night life events and is led by proprietor Ms. Miloni Doshi.
The property exhibition 2014 in Mumbai is a 3 day event, which kick starts from 7th March and ends on 9th March, 2014 at Hotel The Lalit, Sahar Airport Road, Andheri (East) – Mumbai. This property mela is sponsored by names to reckon with and is expected to have excellent footfalls. Besides this, many well-known brands are its participants who would be exhibiting their range of properties in Mumbai and around. This exhibition is the perfect launch pad for new building projects and product offerings and is a guaranteed crowd puller. Continue reading
III International Forum “Historical and cultural heritage as a resource for social and cultural development” (http://forum-khakasia.ru/) ended its work in the Republic of Khakassia. The Forum was declared as a federal discussion platform and was held under the aegis of UNESCO on June 26-30, 2013. The conveners of the forum are Government of Russian Federation and Government of Republic of Khakassia. Official website of the Forum — www.форум-хакасия.рф and www.forum-khakasia.ru.
The Forum brought together over three hundred participants from around the world — leading experts in the field of culture, history, archeology and mass media, as well as representatives of government and business. Among them was Viktor Tolokonskiy, the Presidential Plenipotentiary in the Siberian Federal District. Continue reading
Music for Productions has just announced that their new online licensing tool will be launched within days. A valid license with Music for Productions grants customers the right to both the recording (master copy) and the composition (musical copyright). This is more commonly referred to as the synchronization right.
Synchronization is the right to affix music with visual images or other audio signals and to mechanically reproduce the copyrighted music in soundtracks and copies of soundtracks. This is ideal for any production whether in theatre, radio or television. Continue reading
Hobby Island, a leading provider of craft mosaic tiles in a wide variety of contemporary and classic designs, announce the launch of their monthly mosaic art competition.
Hobby Island is committed to inspiring their customers with the finest craft mosaic tiles on the market, and has launched a new mosaic art competition to view some of the most creative and impressive mosaic projects. The competition is open to anyone who completes their own mosaic project and emailstheir finished project photo with details to firstname.lastname@example.org. Hobby Island will then upload the pictures to their gallery, and website visitors can vote for their favourite images. Continue reading
The Vietnamese are probably the friendliest, forgiving, yet resilient people in the world. While most Americans visit the country with some trepidation, they’re almost made to feel like home thanks to traditional Vietnamese hospitality.
And if someone were to ask them about harboring ill feelings about the war, the response is almost the same everywhere- ‘You (as in the questioner) have nothing to do with the war, and are not responsible’. It is in the culture of the Vietnamese to accept karma and move ahead in life. Continue reading