Monthly Archives: August 2006

FEMME art projects / Netherlands-USA

FEMME = Femke Lutgerink. Femke Lutgerink is an art historian and independent curator. This blog is an extension of the Dutch website: Femme Netherlands-USA functions as the English version of this site, and it will keep you informed about new projects in the USA and beyond. Currently, FEMME is based in Amsterdam. FEMME travels back and forth between Netherlands and Read More »

Tea ‘healthier’ drink than water

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Drinking three or more cups of tea a day is as good for you as drinking plenty of water and may even have extra health benefits, say researchers. The work in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition dispels the common belief that tea dehydrates. Tea not only rehydrates as well as water does, but it can also protect against heart disease and some cancers, UK nutritionists found. Experts believe flavonoids are the key ingredient in tea that promote health. Healthy ... Read More »

Humanity First USA Hosts Exhibition at Community Convention in Virginia

Humanity First USA will host an exhibition at the 58th annual convention held by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. Humanity First USA is a non-profit, humanitarian organization and will outline its efforts in the past year at this exhibition. Humanity First USA will host an exhibition and stall at the 58th annual convention held by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community.The convention will be held on September 1-3 at the Read More »

Barry Owen Jones

Barry Owen Jones AO (born 11 October 1932, Geelong, Victoria) is an Australian polymath, writer, lawyer, social activist, and former politician. In 1998 he was named as one of Australia’s “Great Minds”. He was educated at Melbourne High School and Melbourne University where he studied arts and law. Jones began his career as a schoolteacher at Dandenong High School, where he taught for nine years, before becoming a household name as an Australian quiz champion in 1960 on Bob Dyer’s ... Read More »