She was the second female Smurf who was created by the same magic formula Gargamel had used to create Smurfette with, though the Smurflings who created her used a smaller amount of blue clay than what Gargamel used for Smurfette, resulting in a female Smurfling.
Her attitude is that of a tomboy Smurfling who likes to do things that her fellow male Smurflings do.
His figures aren't just black; they are jet black -- bold, proud, undeniably black.
And while his work may deal with grief, injustice and loss, for the most part Marshall focuses on everyday life: picnics and street scenes, daily rituals, and quiet moments -- a window into a world rarely represented in fine art."We're used to hearing narratives of trauma, tragedy, disenfranchisement, pain, suffering," Marshall told correspondent Alex Wagner.
Celebrate Seniors' Month at the park with a morning of yoga and more fitness fun, followed by a BBQ lunch and some live entertainment. Come enjoy an afternoon of upbeat, up-temp, Jazz-Fusion with Vivianna Castell and Glenn Chipkar.
(In the comic books, Sassette was given her name by the Smurflings without any in-universe explanation resulting from her behavior, which was more chatty than bratty.) The Smurflings had a hard time warming up to her, but they have now found her to be like a sister.
This dance retrospective spans the panorama from average Americans dancing in newsreels to top quality performers who have left a legacy of dance moves across the ballroom floor. Video/C 8880 A life apart relates the story of the creation of the Hasidic post-Holocaust communities in the United States with particular emphasis on New York City. Video/C 6020 Performer: Performers: Michael Flatley, Bernadette Flynn, Daire Nolan, Gillian Norris, Helen Egan, Anne Buckley; Lord of the Dance Orchestra ; conductor and orchestrator, Anne Dudley; the Lord of the Dance Troupe. Video/C 9365 Dame Margot Fonteyn offers a look at the world of ballet. Fonteyn explores dance from the dominance of the ballerina in the 1930's to theemergence of the great male dancers of the 1960's and the 1970's. explores the movement of dance across national frontiers from Italian and French dancers going to Russia in the 19th century to the coming of the Ballets Russes to Western Europe. looks at some of the pioneers in dance and choreography who have experimented with new styles and new forms. traces the Romantic ballet from the first ballerinas to dance on their toes through new dance styles to the revival of the romantic age early in the 20th century.
Video/C 6062 Includes 60 historical dance film clips from the first part of the 20th century in the United States, recording changing dance trends, expertise, and taste, and reflecting American culture through the years.
Full episodes of "Sunday Morning" are now available to watch on demand on CBSNews.com, and CBS All Access, including via Apple TV, Android TV, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV/Fire TV stick and Xbox. COVER STORY: HIV/AIDS, 36 years later In 1981 an infectious disease researcher at the National institutes of Health started noticing reports that clusters of gay men were being diagnosed with infections that were highly unusual in younger people.
It would take a few years before the medical community identified HIV which, left unchecked, can develop into the deadly syndrome known as AIDS.