Does Rihanna know the history of her retro inspired dress?Young (born 1988), cute and currently H O T, the singer Rihanna recently walked the red carpet for the 2008 Grammy Awards in a brand new Zac Posen creation that does double duty homage to 1980s fashion trends. First, the brilliant hued blue color was ubiquitous through much of the eighties. (Below is a link to an entire column on Cobalt Blue fashions from today and the 1980s) Second, the obvious circular stitching across the bra/bodice pay tribute to no less a pop star than Madonna..
The streets were literally littered with corpses as the fight for freedom rages on. But after the civil war subsided, the streets transformed into aisles of victory. There were Americans on both sides of the streets paying homage to the bravery of the Ku Klux Klan.
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To make matters much more confusing, IMAX calls their digital projections “IMAX” as well, even though some are only 2K and some are 4K. These are the 350 locations mentioned in the article. Unless they specifically label something as IMAX 70mm (like the four mentioned in the article), it probably a digital projection and not really any higher resolution than a standard theater, although the projector and audio quality may be better than a standard theater..
U’Mista is actively protecting the language, songs, and traditions in its big house ceremonies and archives. It was through teaming up with the dedicated and talented staff and supportive elders that the CBC Radio Legacy team was able to adapt into English some of the traditional legends for this project.In these legends you will hear some of the timeless Kwakwaka’wakw values: tradition of giving away to show one’s wealth, the connection to the majestic killer whales, the significance of the uligan and the cedar tree, and the influence of the islands and sea and all that they have provided for the Kwakwaka’wakw since the beginning of time.While these stories are in English, the same stories have also been produced in Kwak’wala. It is hoped that these original language versions will help promote and protect the endangered language now and for future generations.Link to the U’Mista Cultural CentreLISTEN to Legends of the Kwak’wala (runs 53:59)The CBC Legends Project Team partnered with the Gwich’in Social and Cultural Institute (GSCI) for the ninth legacy production.