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Serena Williams makes a bold fashion statement a year after her French Open catsuit ban and her grand slam style is still doing the talking.
Both initiatives demonstrate the bold, grassroots commitments of U.S. citizens acting from places of integrity, love and faith -- without government funding or backing, to support the rights of fellow citizens to live free of violence based on the color of their skin.
When his wife was diagnosed with breast cancer, Bob put on a tutu and went straight for the laughs.
Joss Carter is a young British choreographer who embodies the purest principles of fine art, having distilled them in the incubator of his own soul.
Diablo Ballet's 21st celebration performance series at the Del Valle Theatre in Walnut Creek, California was on May 6th and 7th. Dubbed Celebrated Masters, a series of single works by choreographers Robert Dekkers, Val Caniparoli, Troy McIntyre and Arthur Saint-Leon was presented.
In many ways South African design mirrors the county's remarkable recent political history, emerging as it has from turbulent times and international isolation to create a vibrant synthesis of the traditional and modern: the African and the European.
You feel emotions you haven't dare been in touch with, since gravity hit your breasts and grey hair started creeping in at your crown. Whimsy. Glee. Enchantment. Freedom. You know, the things "grown-ups" just don't allow themselves to feel.
Tony Smith, wearing a tutu, which sparked the entire tradition. A bunch of fluffy skirts have been invading this hospital
A tutu is a magical piece of clothing that transforms ballerinas into black swans and sleeping beauties. So it's fitting
Philanthropists and visionary entrepreneurs must sustain companies which will allow brilliant choreographers like Beamish to create their body of work without distraction. This type of support is a necessary step to creating The Coming Golden Age of Fine Art.
Mfundi Vundla: Freedom means living in a democratic society where democratic institutions will protect my rights, and whereby
Margot Fonteyn was a simple dancer. She wanted urgently to live up to the expectations of others, placing no limit on how hard she would work to do that. In 1935, just 16, she danced her first leading role in The Sleeping Beauty.
I will tell you something. No one missed the point. Not in my eyes. Everyone (except SELF Magazine) got the point.
Michelle Koutsoubelis tap dances in the shower. She can't help it; the running water sets her feet on fire.
I think of myself, how my own spunkiness has been tamed, lessened with politeness and from experience, and I am so glad that the spiritedness has come full circle.
While we debate our nation's role as the enforcers of the proper morality of war and weapons of mass destruction, it might serve us to remember that our commitments - and lack of commitments - to global peace greatly help shape our image and standing in the world.
Ela Gandhi is the granddaughter of Mohandas Gandhi, also known as 'Mahatma' (great soul) Gandhi, the man who famously led Indians to independence from their British colonizers in 1946. She was born in 1940 in the Phoenix Settlement in the Inanda district of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa.
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