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    bacon • Cabbage roll Now of course I could go on with lots a delicious Russian dishes such as pelmeni, and shuba, and blin, and oh my gosh I complete forgot to have lunch. Each of those dishes gives a better…

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    The sweet pumpkin pie, the tart apple pie, and of course, the rich, chocolate ice-cream topped off the amazing meal. I glanced from face to face, privately thanking God for each family member. There were smiles everywhere, from my brother's mischievous grin, to my grandmother's heartwarming smile. I looked around the room at the decorations I had helped my mother put up. Pictures of pumpkins, still up from last Halloween, hung next to Christmas wreathes and holly. In the center of the…

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    mermaid. Like those beach mermaids you can sculpt out of sand around someone’s mostly buried body. Anyways, within a few seconds Zack and a few others from the group joined us. “Ready! Set! Push!” Zack yelled. In unison, we all pushed the giant snowball that was now the same height as my shoulders. At first it didn’t budge, but then it started to roll. Everyone else started to push even harder than they were before, so I pushed harder. I was using all the strength my scrawny arms had. Then out…

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    Garbage Patch History

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    The Cabbage Patch Dolls had a large surge of popularity in the 1980s that didn’t last. A man named Xavier Roberts a Georgian sculptor had created them. He used the technique of “needle molding” to create these dolls. First, he had called these dolls “Little People” but later on developed onto what is now known as the “Cabbage Patch Kids”. Xavier Roberts had an art exhibit he would showcase them at. His assistants were then told to dress in maternity clothing and held the dolls up as if they were…

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    Nostalgia occurs within many individuals, communities and overall American society. From reminiscing the King of Rock n Roll, Elvis Presley, or even childhood toys like the Cabbage Patch Kids of the 1980’s. Practically in American society, the desire to reconcile and remember past historical figures or life-changing events lead to the construct of memorials and monuments. Building monuments or memorials are for the soul purpose of commemorating a person or event. Groups or an agency, in charge…

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    Instrumental Music Essay

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    Music has been a continuously changing form of expression from as early as 1500 BC. Ranging from popular pop music of today all the way back to when operas and grand symphonies were stars of the music world, music has never stopped evolving and taking new routes. Throughout every country and area in the world, different influences and factors shape and impact how that style of music sounds and is produced. Every mind has a different take on these sounds, and there is no barrier as to what can…

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    Magical mystery tour is an album by The Beatles that released in United Kingdom under Parlophone label, and united States under Capitol Records which distributed worldwide, with two different format, the album was released with a six song double EP in the UK and an 11 song album in the United States and elsewhere, Magical Mystery Tour happened to be the soundtrack to the film with the same title that was originally broadcasted by the BBC on December 1967. The loss of Brian Eipstein (Beatles…

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    In each generation in the music industry there has been some kind hero that was more than just a singer or artist. They need to have any kind of skill or mind-set to make a change for a better. JCole is one of those influential artist that lends to the greater good of humanity. Rapping about injustices, racial relation and equality that appeal to many people who are suffering from those issues. The song ‘Can’t cry’ by Jcole, will show how the artist convey his message about social inequality…

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    Perry Smith dreamed of seeing his stage-name “Perry O’Parons” on newspaper headlines, wishing to attain fame and fortune through his great musicianship. It is the year 1960, and Perry’s name is found on newspapers all across America, but he is not written of as the musical prodigy he wishes to be. Instead, he is being criticized for committing a crime that is leaving the nation in shock. On November 15th, 1959, Perry Smith and his partner-in-crime Dick Hickock murdered an innocent mother,…

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    The twelve bar blues is an incredibly versatile chord progression as it can be easily switched into any key with not very much difficulty. Due to its incredible versatility, it’s no secret that plenty of artists took hold of its many possibilities. Because of its use by a vast majority of musicians, it is also one of the most recognizable chord progressions. Songs such as “I feel good” by James Brown, “Day Tripper” by the Beatles, “Rock and Roll” by Led Zeppelin, and even “Wipeout” by the…

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