What Could Be Better Than Living In a Fairy Tale World?
“Imagine the sweetest and most delectable fairy tale book illustrated with pages
and pages of magnificent cakes, complete with characters composed and comprised
of delicate details like fairy wings, all manner of flowers, dragons and mermaids and so much more.
Not illustrations of cakes, but pictures of nearly eighty “sugar sculptures,”
as author and illustrator Crystal Walters described her creations. It sounds incredible,
but it’s one of the most unique concepts for a fairy tale book that you will ever encounter.
John Kelly, Detroit Free Press
I Wish I Were a Fairy Tale http://bit.ly/CakeFairyTale
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As part of its new brand campaign, Share A Legend, New Holland Brewing Company is tapping into its heritage and success as the top craft Bourbon Barrel-Aged Stout to unveil a nationwide storytelling contest. The #ShareALegend contest is inspired by the nearly two decades of legends told over Dragon’s Milk™ stout—and celebrates the lore of the brew that began when it was first bottled 17 years ago. The top user-generated story submission will earn the winner $5,000 cash plus $5,000 from New Holland Brewing Company to donate to one of several charities selected by the brewery.
Share A Legend is an open-ended storytelling project that invites fans to share their personal tales, whether they are everyday stories of triumph, the goodness of humankind or someone who has made an impact on them. Throughout the campaign, New Holland Brewing Company will release the legends of six real people who fall into the archetypes of Warrior, Huntress, Smith, Poet, Alchemist and Performer to inspire contest entrants. The videos, the new DragonsMilk.com website and other branded elements adopt a half-illustrated design that embody the true but imaginative and creative nature of legendary tales that are passed down over time.
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Stories in the Clouds partners science and curious facts with folklore and the legends early cultures told to explain weather. The Thunder God, Father Frost, Spider Weaver, and others appear in tales from China, Russia, Japan, indigenous peoples, and other cultures. Detailed sidebars explain the seasons, Earth’s atmosphere, and meteorology. Find out more at http://www.joangalat.com Genre- children, science
The holidays are officially here, which means you’re likely frantically scrambling to complete your holiday gift list. From party planning to gift giving, let’s be honest the holidays can be incredibly stressful. Thinking of a clever yet thoughtful gift for everyone on your list, or perfecting your holiday roast is frankly just too much work. This year we encourage you to follow Nick Offerman’s lead and give the gift that you actually want to enjoy yourself – Lagavulin Single Malt Scotch Whisky.
In two new videos from the My Tales of Whisky content series, Nick truly brings magic to the holiday season. In the ‘Perfect Gift,’ Nick learns that the best presents aren’t found under the tree in this comedic take on a classic holiday commercial. In ‘Yankee Swap,’ even the most complicated games can have the simplest prize, and certainly one that all can enjoy.
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Meet orphaned animals that found happy homes! From cats and dogs to pigs and sheep, the amazing animals featured in 125 Pet Rescues have had awesome adventures. Their heartwarming true tales are sure to inspire the next generation of animal caretakers. Hear from canine adoptee Bob Barker and get a peek inside the book in this video! Buy the book at: NG Store: https://shop. nationalgeographic.com/p…Amazon: http://amzn.to/2nFNzdb animals and kids
Meet orphaned animals that found happy homes!From cats and dogs to pigs and sheep, the amazing animals featured in 125 Pet Rescues have had awesome adventures. Their heartwarming true tales are sure to inspire the next generation of animal caretakers. Hear from canine adoptee Bob Barker and get a peek inside the book in this video! Buy the book at:NG Store:https://shop.nationalgeographic.com/p…Amazon:http://amzn.to/2nFNzdb animals and kids
Spotted: Nick Offerman and his dad Ric fishing in a handmade canoe on a serene and quiet lake, communicating as only fathers and sons do.
Of the experience, Offerman said, “Working with my Dad (aka my hero) was a sincere honor and a treat - especially since all we had to do was go fishing. And if people have enjoyed my stoic expressions, then I expect they’re about to have their hats fly off when they lay eyes on the face of the august edifice from whence I sprung.”
Grab your dad, pour yourselves a glass of Lagavulin and enjoy responsibly.
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Originally, this recording was never meant to be presented as a actual song but just with me goofing around with my music gear and my guitar "The DOG" just after I picked him up from the music pound. It started soon after my new friend at the time who hooked me up with the gear that I now use, must have thought that I was telling dog tales when I told him that punks used to brag that they would know someone who could blow me away with their guitar skills and I have never seen the day to which that has happened. I don't possess any particular guitar skills but when I put the Dog on my lap, he doesn't act like a traditional lapdog and he doesn't take kindly to strangers. Especially to cats who try to invade and rule the house. Well, a few days later he brought a 16 year old cat going by the name of Brandon...or Brendon along with some other cats to watch the event as B Boy was supposed to blow me away with his PRODIGY SKILLS. It was amazing to watch the boy perform Beethoven stuff and the kind of stuff you see on Youtube.
After he played his act with my Dog, he then handed the Dog over to me..."Hey hey..chuckle chuckle" ...I don't walk the Dog...He walk's me...I just tickle his neck and belly and then he'll pull off his Dog tricks to which I have no control over. I explained to my friend later that there's more to playing the guitar than just sitting a dog on your lap to perform tricks. You've gotta have some music to back you up to see how your dog keeps up with the beat and so I made this song up to show him how that's done. I made this one up real fast and tried singing for the first time and arranging vocal parts and just talked about whatever came to mind and just let the Dog do whatever he wanted to do. This is about as raw as it get's. The whole song took me about a week to do.
THE UNNOTICEABLES by Cracked.com Senior Editor Robert Brockway is “A nasty, freaky, and haphazardly funny horror story” (Kirkus), which tells the parallel tales of a punk kid in 70’s NYC and a stunt woman in modern day LA who are both experiencing some serious weirdness. Find out more at https://twitter.com/Brockway_LLC and http://www.robertbrockway.net/ #Unnoticeables Horror/Urban fantasy
Today, Campari® is officially unveiling the Hollywood actress Eva Green as the star of the 2015 Campari Calendar. The stunning French born actress will take the lead role in this year’s iconic Calendar, entitled ‘Mythology Mixology’, which is dedicated to celebrating Campari’s colourful history and the intrinsic stories linked to twelve of its best-loved classic cocktails. Each month will focus on a classic cocktail and with it, imaginatively depicts the beautiful and little-known anecdotes, tales and curiosities behind each iconic recipe.
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THE TIME TRAVELER’S ALMANAC edited by Ann VanderMeer and Jeff VanderMeer, the most extensive collection of time travel stories ever assembled, edited by Ann and Jeff VanderMeer. Featuring both classic tales and contemporary fiction, world-renowned anthologists Ann and Jeff VanderMeer have culled more than a century’s worth of time-spanning literary travels to produce this definitive tome. Including over 70 stories with relevant essays and background information scattered throughout, The Time Traveler’s Almanac will serve as a time machine of its very own: the ultimate treasury of time travel stories, spanning the distance from the beginning of time to its very end. http://us.macmillan.com/thetimetravelersalmanac/AnnVanderMeer Fantasy/Scifi
When shy Olinguito, the newest mammal in the Ecuadorian cloud forest, realizes that Tomás, an ancient Galapagos tortoise known for his tall tales, is becoming forgetful, Olinguito decides he must speak up and help Tomás. Children