By: Annette Labedzki | Photography Juan Gris, originally Jose Victoriano Gonzalez-Perez (March 23, 1887 - May 11, 1927), was a Spanish sculptor and painter, who operated from France for the most of his life. Gris was a student of Mechanical Drawing (1902-1904) at the Escuela de Artes y Manufacturas, Madrid. read more
By: Steven Herron | Arts & Entertainment The incredible flamenco guitar technique of Juan Serrano has been witnessed and enjoyed by millions around the world! Critics have called him the "best flamenco guitarist living today" but Juan Serrano is more than just an incredibly gifted flamenco guitarist. read more
By: Elizabeth Woods | Clothing Football – the most attracting sport all over the world – has marked the fame of many football players like Pele, Diego Maradona, Kaka, David Beckham, Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, David Villa, etc because they are considered as the best players and can earn millions of US dollar every year. However, Pablo Aurreochea, who plays for Club Guarani of Paraguay as goalkeeper is very famous not because he is a good player or very rich man, but he often wears colorful and strange outfits during football matches. His outfits have depicted the Simpsons, the Pink Panther, Superman, Garfield, Popeye, Road Runner, the Incredible Hulk, Mickey Mouse, and Tom and Jerry.
The 29-year-old goalkeeper explained: 'Game after game I wear a new shirt. I have many options depending on my mood and people seem to like it. "It makes me feel good. I choose them, along with my wife Noelia Viera, who designs the shirts. It was her idea and probably wouldn't have happened if it wasn't for her."
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By: Vanessa Ford | Finance The United States dollar is the official currency of the United States. As one of the world's reserve currencies, it is most used in international transactions. It is time the U.S. dollar was redesigned so that it can keep pace with new appearances of the euro. “Dollar ReDe$ign Project” was set up by strategy consultant Richard Smith to call for ideas of the dollar bank note designs in the future because the dollar has followed traditional designs since 1930. Through the project’s website and social networks, Richard attempted to advertise his programme as well as attract the participation of designers all over the world. From that, the dollar can make its way to revive the global recession. On September 30th 2010, there were about 50 designers submitting their works to the project. read more
By: Olivia Gold | Hotels San Juan is the capital city of Puerto Rico. The city was founded by Spanish colonists and today, it has the distinction of being the second oldest city established by the European colonialists in America. read more
By: Alvin Starkman | Culture This book review examines the convincing case made by author Juan Arturo López Ramos, for Zapotec and not Olmec culture as constituting the cradle of Mesoamerican civilization, standing the central valleys of Oaxaca, Mexico, alongside the five great Old World civilizations. read more
By: Tom Gurney | Humanities Pablo Picasso was encouraged by his father, an art teacher, to follow him into the art scene and at a very early age it was clear that Pablo's natural talent would take him further than his father. He joined the Barcelona School of Fine Arts at the age of 14 and his father sacrificed his own art in order to help Pablo Picasso progress as quickly in his career and training as possible. Picasso spent the years of 1900 to 1906 in what is referred to as the Blue and Rose Period. read more
By: onliway004 | Soccer Speaking after the muscle injury, Juan mixed feelings, "Thank God, this finally is the past. From my last injury over a period of time, and I now everything is going well. I am helping a wonderful season of Rome through I team's performance in Brazil also made me very satisfied. " read more
By: Anthony Mora | Politics Whether you agree or disagree with NPR's dismissal of Juan Williams, how they dismissed him has all of the makings of a public relations disaster, and one that could have been avoided. In this case it's how and not the what that is the issue. This media perfect storm could not have worked better if Fox's Roger Ailes had staged it himself. There's a thought. read more
By: Floresbrowns | Flights Freak out this winter holidays at the most amazing city of beaches, San Juan. Fly with cheap plane tickets to the city and enjoy the water sports offered over the beaches. Relish the variety of sea food that is served in numerous resorts of the city. read more
By: lovekickboxing | Weight Loss Burn Fat & Tone Muscles with San Juan's Hottest Kickboxing Class workout. Learn 4 reasons to begin Kick Boxing classes in San Juan, TX. This is the best Weight Loss class in the country read more
By: Marta Etynkowski | Photography It was Tamara de Lempicka's boldly coloured, highly stylized and erotic paintings that attracted my attention when I was a teenager and ultimately sparked my love affair with Art Deco. Characterized by classic Art Deco styling - angular forms, bold, bright colours and exuding an ultra-glam, super-sexy vibe - her paintings are by far the most recognizable of the Art Deco era. read more