October 20, 2020
- A collaboration between the British Museum and the Google Arts & Culture Lab, The Museum of the World is an interactive experience through time, continents and cultures, featuring some of the most fascinating objects in human history.
- In these delicate times sometimes you fall to pieces, eh Patsy Cline? Watch her fascinating life in this doc, Sweet Dreams.
- Twin pandas, world's steepest hill - these are the best of 2019's Guinness Book of World Records.
- Interested our Art Your Service Social featuring a musical guest & trivia from the '50s and '60s? Every Friday with Quizmaster Clark at 4PM EST. Email here for the free link.
- These fall napkin luminaries make use of pretty fall and Halloween paper napkins that you can find at dollar stores, big box stores, and even the grocery store. This is how you craft them.
- “Early cookbooks were fit for kings,” writes Henry Notaker at The Atlantic. “The oldest published recipe collections” in the 15th and 16th centuries in Western Europe “emanated from the palaces of monarchs, princes, and grand señores.” Cookbooks were more than recipe collections—they were guides to court etiquette and sumptuous records of luxurious living. The Internet has done it again with 10,000 Vintage Recipe Books Are Now Digitized in The Internet Archive’s Cookbook & Home Economics Collection. Check it out here.
- It's hard out here right now, we know. That's why we started our Virtual Classes and Socials for Seniors. We are going on two months now and are building quite the community! Two live, virtual classes daily- one physical, one creative - five days a week all hosted by me, and facilitated by experts in the fitness and creative aging fields.
- Introductory until the end of year: Only $99 per facility/ month or $19.99 per senior/month. See schedule below. Get in with the Early Bird pricing now!