Ben spent the entire evening dancing with whatever woman noticed him as if to prove to me that others did indeed want him ... Had this been 74 Cantaloupe Dance.
Author: Kellie Jameson
The past is the present, or so it seems at times. I am swept away by the sweet power of my lover only to wake up and realize I was dreaming again. Looking back, I marvel that I found the love of four men when I struggled to find myself. All my loves and dreams helped me grow from an innocent teenager into the woman I am today, and so I continue to dream or perhaps I am living the dream.
Author: International Centre for Women PlaywrightsPublish On: 2010-01-05
One day she shoved two cantaloupes under her shirt and started dancing around the ... Maybe she'll do the cantaloupe dance for me again if I ask her.
Author: International Centre for Women Playwrights
Category: American drama
This is the first anthology in a four-volume set of dramatic monologues exploring the Mother/Daughter experience. Each volume reflects a different stage of a woman's life: Babes and Beginnings includes female characters from pre-teens to late twenties. This anthology features the work of playwrights Bara Swain, Barbara Lindsay, Cassandra Lewis, Chris Shaw Swanson, Christy A. Brothers, Elaine Romero, Elizabeth Whitney, Isabella Russell-Ides, James Venhaus, Jo J. Adamson, Kaite O'Reilly, Karen Jeynes, Kevin Six, Kimberly Del Busto, Maggie Gallant, Margaret Bail, Mark Harvey Levine, Martha Patterson, Mary O'Malley, Meg Haley, Michele Raper Rittenhouse, Monica Bauer, Nina Solomita, Patricia Montley, Rachel Rubin Ladutke, Robin Rice Lichtig, Sera Weber-Striplin, Steven Bergman, SuzAnne C. Cole, Thomas M. Kelly, and Virginia (Ginger) Fleishans. Foreword by Dr. Gretchen Elizabeth Smith.
Chapter19 Tangerine Tango The light citrusy flavors of a tangerine and cantaloupe dance together for a smooth tasteof absolute refreshment.
Author: Arnel Ricafranca
Publisher: Workout Series
Vitamin Water 24 Super Simple Recipes For Homemade Vitamin Water My favorites... * Strawberry Kiss * Marvelous Melon Melody * Berry-licious * Lemon Lime Refresher * Pineapple Mango Twist * Apple Berry Lipsmacker * And many more.
C. INSTRUMENTS 4 COMPOSER INSIGHT CANTALOUPE ISLAND Herbie Hancock is one of the ... Eye of the Hurricane , " “ Dolphin Dance , ” and “ Cantaloupe Island .
Author: Willie Hill
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
"There are two groups of standards that help form the basic repertory used in jazz improvisation. The first group was created by jazz musicians directly from improvisation, experimentation and the analysis of musical forms, ideas and practices that were developed through study and the natural gifts of some of the greatest musicians of the twentieth century. This group codified jazz into chronological styles and provides concrete examples of its styles and concepts. The second group of standards is comprised of compositions written as popular songs during the first half of the twentieth century ... Every improviser is a composer who makes up melodies spontaneously. The model choruses give examples that can be studied, learned, broken into independent phrases and used to create other melodies that reflect more clearly what the improviser wants to say musically ..."--Preface.
... with fresh vegetables – lettuce, tomatoes, carrots, cantaloupes, and onions. ... mother drove us to one packing shed for cantaloupe culls, the ones that ...
Author: Rick McManus
Category: Biography & Autobiography
"Life as a Dance" is the way I have seen my journey on earth. Through dancing I found the person I wanted to be-someone who was confident in his abilities and place in the world-and I was able to leave a restrictive self-image behind. I believe that everyone must develop unique talents and must step into the bright lights that are waiting to shine on all corners of life's stage and to illuminate each individual with a more ideal sense of who he or she is. By expressing one's talents, no one can fail to gain freedom from self-imposed limitations. My life has been one long adventure as a soldier, diplomatic courier, radio and newspaper reporter, businessman, and real estate investor. The career that gave me the most joy and fulfillment was my career as a parent. I still maintain a close relationship with my two sons. Throughout my life, there were partners I could dance with and partners I could not dance with. Sometimes the music was hard to follow, and I lost the beat. At other times, I heard the song clearly and, hopefully, was able to express some measure of harmony, rhythm, poise, and balance.
Allie makes a happy face smile as Sheila sets a bowl of freshly cut melon on the table. All three down their Frosted Flakes in contented silence, Mommy, ...
Author: Melissa McDaniel
Read the Review! This is a book about relationships. It's the tale of one woman's slow awakening to what she's done to herself in allowing her relationship with her overly possessive mother to dictate the course of her life. It's about the mother whose manipulation pushed her daughter into marriage with a man she did not love, the husband who is a victim of that union, the precious children who suffer but eventually thrive, and the handsome southerner who sets the change in motion. Anyone who has ever resented a parent's manipulation or, even once, thought about leaving a marriage will find Sheila's dilemma a compelling one. Harried career women. sandwich generation moms, and anyone wondering how they strayed so far from their real selves will identify with Sheila's long-repressed spirit as it embarks on the slow dance of connecting with the person she once was.
Together, we resembled three scoops of assorted melon sorbet: watermelon (me), honeydew (Preity), and cantaloupe (Rani). Dancing with John, I smiled across ...
Author: Monica Pradhan
For decades they have remained close, sharing treasured recipes, honored customs, and the challenges of women shaped by ancient ways yet living modern lives. They are the Hindi-Bindi Club, a nickname given by their American daughters to the mothers who left India to start anew—daughters now grown and facing struggles of their own. For Kiran, Preity, and Rani, adulthood bears the indelible stamp of their upbringing, from the ways they tweak their mothers’ cooking to suit their Western lifestyles to the ways they reject their mothers’ most fervent beliefs. Now, bearing the disappointments and successes of their chosen paths, these daughters are drawn inexorably home. Kiran, divorced, will seek a new beginning—this time requesting the aid of an ancient tradition she once dismissed. Preity will confront an old heartbreak—and a hidden shame. And Rani will face her demons as an artist and a wife. All will question whether they have the courage of the Hindi-Bindi Club, to hold on to their dreams—or to create new ones. An elegant tapestry of East and West, peppered with food and ceremony, wisdom and sensuality, this luminous novel breathes new life into timeless themes.
Dance critic Tobi Tobias: ... Glover enters wearing formal black evening jacket and trousers with a cantaloupe-colored shirt (untucked, unbuttoned at the ...
Author: Mindy Aloff
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Stories about dancers and the world of dance come together in this collection of entertaining and informative anecdotes that captures the variety and richness of dance as an art form, a tradition, a pastime, an obsession, a reality, and, for the dancer, an ideal.
Alvin believed that dance came from the people and he wanted to give it back to the ... bag and handed me a cantaloupe (I hoped that that was a good thing).
Author: Kenny Pearl
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Pearl was the Artistic director of Toronto Dance Theatre from 1983-1987. He toured internationally with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, danced independently, and with the Martha Graham Dance Company. Pearl also was Artistic Director of the School of Toronto Dance Theatre in 1991-1992, and taught in the School for the next decade. He has also taught at the Martha Graham School, the Juilliard School, the Ailey School, and at the New York High School of Performing Arts.
“You can't jog and dance and who knows what else without the proper fuel. ... slices of orange and wedges of cantaloupe, “what's on your mind this morning?
Author: Mariah Stewart
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Bestselling author Mariah Stewart shows her softer side in this endearing love story of two searching hearts... Georgia Enright has dedicated her life to dance. But at age twenty-six, her dreams of becoming a lead dancer are fleeting. Having missed college and the sweet moments of ordinary life, she ventures to Pumpkin Hill, an old farm owned by her newly found half-sister, Laura Bishop, to contemplate her future. There, discovering an affinity for the simple pleasures of country life and a barn just perfect for giving dance lessons, Georgia enjoys in oasis of peace...until Matthew Bishop shows up. An abandoned child taken in by the same loving parents who had adopted Laura, Matt Bishop has plans of his own for that empty old barn at Pumpkin Hill—plans that include a veterinary clinic, not a ballet studio! The only thing the rugged doctor resents more than Laura's interest in her birth family the Enrights, is having to share the premises with one. Yet despite himself, he can't deny there's something special about the graceful, blonde Enright who has brightened his world—and if he's not careful, she just may find a way to dance into his heart.
Many of them labelled with obscure names: Bloom; Cantaloupe. I'm not even playing yet one of them sends line fuzz into a rhythmic jaunt athwart the river, ...
Author: David Coventry
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
'A raw and raging celebration of music . . . astounding.' Megan Bradbury 'Funny, filthy, erudite, and rude.' Carl Shuker 'A magnificent novel.' Alan McMonagle During their 1985 tour, two events of hatred and stupidity forever change the lives of a band’s four members. Neues Bauen, a post-hardcore Illinois group homing in on their own small fame, head on with frontman Conrad Wells sexually assaulted and guitarist Tone Seburg wounded by gunshot. The band staggers forth into the American landscape, traversing time and investigating each of their relationships with history, memory, authenticity, violence and revelling in transcendence through the act of art. With decades passed and compelled by his wife’s failing health to track down Tone, Conrad flies to North Africa where her brother is rumoured to be hiding with a renowned artist from their past. There he instead meets various characters including his former drummer, Spence. Amongst the sprawl and shout of Morocco, the men attempt to recall what happened to them during their lost years of mental disintegration and emotional poverty. Dance Prone is a novel of music, ritual and love. It is live, tense and corporeal. Full of closely observed details of indie-rock, of punk infused performance, the road and the players’ relationship to violence, hate and peace. Set during both the post-punk period and the present day, Dance Prone was born out of a love of the underground and indie rock scenes of the 1980s, a fascination for their role in the cultural apparatus of memory, social decay and its reconstruction.
... cool bill. now a long afternoon of hot sun cool shower warm grass iced tea cool sheets warm forehead cold cantaloupe warm cat blank paper a moth lights ...
Author: Joyce Morgenroth
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Pre
Category: Performing Arts
Dance Improvisations is a book for teachers of dance and acting, choreographers, directors, and dance therapists. Systematically offering a complete range of ways to explore dance, it can be used as a syllabus or as a reference for groups of all ages and all levels of experience. The first chapter in Dance Improvisations introduces ways for a group to practice working together and for the dancers to gain an effective awareness of each other. These preliminaries are followed by a body of improvisational problems, organized into three main areas: Space, Time, and Movement Invention. Each area is presented as a series of topics. Each topic progresses from individual exploration to more formally structured group improvisations, with emphasis on learning to work as a group toward common structural goals. This book is the first in its field to go beyond the pursuit of physical inventiveness to nurture the development of structural intuition. Joyce Morgenroth has succeeded in presenting improvisation in a way that is rational and methodical as well as inventive and personal - in the conviction that improvisation at its best is comprised of both form and fancy.
Author: Evonne Stevenson SchottPublish On: 2011-11-09
My parents bought us an alarm clock the size of a cantaloupe that projects a digital reflection of the time on the ceiling. It was great, because when I was ...
Author: Evonne Stevenson Schott
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Mike Schott was given one month to live in March 2007. What started as a headache had manifested into a glioblastoma - the most malignant form of brain cancer. Mike began treatment with a cancer medication not yet approved for his type of cancer. Within weeks his physical and mental health improved, and he was swimming 26 laps a day. He was living life! One More Dance is a story of love, family and commitment. It's the story of Mike and Evonne Schott's courageous journey and battle against brain cancer. And it's a reminder that both life and time are priceless.
A Dance Off Novel Alexis Daria. His heart squeezed. ... Your ankle looks like a cantaloupe.” “What?” She made an effort to lift her head.
Author: Alexis Daria
The second book in Alexis Daria's Dance Off series finds one playboy charmer falling for his new roommate. Natasha Díaz is having a day. She’s trying to prove she can make it as a professional dancer, but she’s overworked, out of cash, and her roommate has just moved out. When she comes home to find a hole in her ceiling and her bedroom flooded, she’s desperate enough to crash with the one guy she can’t quit. She accepts his offer with one condition: no sleeping together while she’s living with him. Dimitri Kovalenko has never lived with a woman before. But when Tasha’s in need of a place to stay, he suggests she move in without a second thought. He accepts her condition, hoping she won’t stick to it. They’re good together, both in the ballroom and the bedroom. Since their first dance, she’s never been far from his thoughts. Sure, she’s a pro and he’s one of her show’s judges, but they’re not currently filming, so no one needs to know. Living in close quarters shows Dimitri a side of Natasha he’s never seen before, and he likes it. A lot. Too bad she’s doing everything in her power to keep him at arm’s length. When an injury forces Natasha to take it easy or risk her ability to dance, it’s his chance to show her that the rules have changed, and she can trust him with her heart.
“Ah, but it is you who has invited me to this dance. ... room and there was this large wasp the size of a cantaloupe, transparent and hovering over her.
Author: Tess Uriza Holthe
“Papa explains the war like this: ‘When the elephants dance, the chickens must be careful.’ The great beasts, as they circle one another, shaking the trees and trumpeting loudly, are the Amerikanos and the Japanese as they fight. And our Philippine Islands? We are the small chickens.” Once in a great while comes a storyteller who can illuminate worlds large and small, in ways both magical and true to life. When the Elephants Dance is set in the waning days of World War II, as the Japanese and the Americans engage in a fierce battle for possession of the Philippine Islands. Through the eyes of three narrators, thirteen-year-old Alejandro Karangalan, his spirited older sister Isabelle, and Domingo, a passionate guerilla commander, we see how ordinary people find hope for survival where none seems to exist. While the Karangalan family and their neighbors huddle together for survival in the cellar of a house, they tell magical stories to one another based on Filipino myth that transport the listeners from the chaos of the war around them and give them new resolve to continue fighting. Outside the safety of their refuge the war rages on—fiery bombs torch the countryside, Japanese soldiers round up and interrogate innocent people, and from the hills guerilla fighters wage a desperate campaign against the enemy. Inside the cellar, these men, women, and children put their hopes and dreams on hold as they wait out the war. This stunning debut novel celebrates with richness and depth the spirit of the Filipino people and their fascinating story and marks the introduction of an author who will join the ranks of writers such as Arundhati Roy, Manil Suri, and Amy Tan.
... Sliced peaches Apple sauce with cinnamon sprinkled on Pecans—5-6 at a time in a bowl Cantaloupe, about 1/2 cup cut up Watermelon—about 1 cup Cookies, ...
Author: Cheryl Jenkins
Category: Family & Relationships
When becoming a parent's caregiver, who can't be qualified! Whether through consanguinity or because of compassion for another human being, morally it's the right thing to do. She Just Wanted to Dance Again provides a look into the author's resolve, with a touch of humor, to become her mother's caregiver. Recommendations, many of which have been praised by the medical professionals providing support and care, are provided for others contemplating this journey. It's important to recognize the need to learn from each other and pass on a legacy of the knowledge, skills, and compassion to our children so that when it is their turn to step up to the plate and take care of older generations, they will have a better idea where to start. There's a saying in poker, Scared money doesn't win. This book demonstrates how the author applied that concept to confront adversities that had to be overcome when faced with the reality of parenting a parent. At the end of the day, if one aspires to this challenge, it will also become a passage of healing and everyone will become a better person as a result of whatever level of change transpires.
Sincethe late1990s, European jazz record companies began torealize that dancers andclub ... Hancock's “Cantaloupe Island”)withnew beats and dance sequences.
Author: Fabian Holt
A contribution to the field of urban music studies, this book presents new interdisciplinary approaches to the study of music in urban social life. It takes musical performance as its key focus, exploring how and why different kinds of performance are evolving in contemporary cities in the interaction among social groups, commercial entrepreneurs, and institutions. From conventional concerts in rock clubs to new genres such as the flash mob, the forms and meanings of musical performance are deeply affected by urban social change and at the same time respond to the changing conditions. Music has taken on complex roles in the post-industrial city where culture and cultural consumption have an unprecedented power in defining publics, policies, and marketing strategies. Further, changes in real estate markets and the penetration of new media have challenged even fairly modern music cultures. At the same time, new music cultures have emerged, and music has become a driver for cultural events and festivals, channeling the dynamics of a society characterized by the social change, media intensity, and the neoliberal forces of post-industrial urban contexts. The volume brings together scholars from a broad range of disciplines to build a shared understanding of post-industrial contexts in Europe and the United States. Most directly grounded in contemporary developments in music studies and urban studies, its broad interdisciplinary range serves to strengthen the relevance of urban music studies to fields such as anthropology, sociology, urban geography, and beyond. Offering in-depth studies of changing music culture in concert venues, cultural events, and neighborhoods, contributors visit diverse locations such as Barcelona, Berlin, London, New York, and Austin.