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"Flying Dutchman" (portrait of Tori Amos), watercolour and coloured pencil, by Bonnie Rose Bryan - - #tori #toriamos

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COCTEAU TWINS – “Lorelei”. Song taken from Treasure, the third studio album by Scottish alternative rock band. It was released on 1 November 1984, through record label 4AD. Follow – > Like ->

What Did You Expect From The Vaccines - The Vaccines

Cowboy Junkies - I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry - not what i was Xpectorin' ~ but the mood of my mornin' fits this Vurshyn... 05/22/13

Deep Tracks: a-ha – The Sun Always Shines on T.V.

Hi Everybody! Our special guest writer, Robert Mishou, has come up with an awesome new series that I am so excited about. We'll call it Return from '80s Obscurity. Today's song happens to be my a-h...

CONVERSATION CARDS for Adults: Familiar Words

Each "Conversation Card" is designed to encourage seniors experiencing memory loss to reminisce about a particular aspect or experience from their lives—the events both big and small that helped us become the people we are today.

How to write an extraordinary About Me Page (plus examples)

morrissey-scans: Morrissey questionnaire published in The Sunday Correspondent, October 1990. Clearly quite pleased with his own witty responses, Morrissey not only used the questionnaire again in the UK Kill Uncle tour programme, but also had it printed on a t-shirt as merchandise… ;) this is arguably the funniest thing of all time

John Squire, The Stone Roses