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Media playback is unsupported on your device From splits to stilts: Dancers learn circus skills 25 December 2013 Last updated at 10:34 GMT Dancers at Northern Ballet have been taking lessons in circus skills, including juggling and stilt-walking, for
Jaron Bell, left, passes out literature while attempting to sign up young people for healthcare. It's 3 a.m., but the parking lot at the Denny's on Benning Road in Northeast is bustling...Juggling a pile of pamphlets and ignoring the weird looks, the
Chanakya and Confucius gave counsel to their respective kings.
But it's best not to overthink the concept, and simply relax and gasp at the performers' gravity-defying exploits. We've seen them all before juggling, trapeze, balance, contortions, teeterboard but these guys are on a whole other level. It seems
After Hours A Goofy Display of Acrobatics, Juggling and Hula Hooping Valerie Remise/Neuvart Celine Dion, Cirque du Soleil, poutine. Let's face it: We expect a highly virtuosic level of cheesiness from the Quebecois, and we revel in it. So it goes at
Mickey Mouse attended Cirque du Soleil's "La Nouba" on Wednesday night to mark the Downtown Disney fixture's 15th anniversary. The occasion was billed by Cirque publicists as Mickey's first visit to the imaginative, high-flying show...For "La Nouba"
New York City Football Club, the 20th franchise in Major League Soccer, won't field a team until 2015 and doesn't even have any players yet. Thankfully, it has a high-powered sister club in England whose world-class athletes can film some nifty
Since I am juggling being a freelance stylist and now adding in my bag line, the days are filled. For example, today I started at 7 a.m. with meditation, then some eggs over at 11th Street Cafe. Then, back to the home/office to go over the day with
Baker Recreation Center Thursday morning looked somber as the cold wind whipped past them. But just after 10 a.m., a tiny woman in a leopard-printed jacket and purple and black leotard showed up and began building an aerial rig resembling a giant
Kongzhu, also known as the Chinese yo-yo, works as a diabolo spinning and buzzing like an acrobat on a string...It has passed down from the hands of lords and dignitaries to become a household pastime. It was the "clap-less bells" during the Ming