I’m not a huge fan of holiday decorations. I love Christmas and holiday decorations. Growing up Jewish, we didn’t decorate a tree. We haven’t decorated our house for the holidays either. I think that’s one of the reasons I love where I live! My apartment manager and some residents goRead More →

 Crafts #glass #inflatable #Matthew Szosz #recycling #sculpture November 17, 2022 Kate Mothes “untitled (inflatable) no. 33. » All images © Matthew Szösz, shared with permission The art of blown glass takes on new meaning at Matthew Szösz Inflatables series. About fifteen years ago, the artist was interested in contestedRead More →

If you like understated luxury, then the LOEWE The balloon bag should be on your radar; its classic bucket shape is beautifully constructed to show off the Spanish house’s leathercraft expertise, and we see why it fits into everyone’s wardrobe. It’s also versatile and timeless, even traditional – that’s exactlyRead More →

WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal regulators require pilots of hot air balloons carrying fare-paying passengers to pass an annual medical exam, similar to the requirement for pilots of commercial airplanes and helicopters. The Federal Aviation Administration on Wednesday passed a long-delayed final rule that includes the requirement for a medical certificate,Read More →

Samba (Jammu and Kashmir) [India]Nov. 14 (ANI): An airplane-shaped balloon in the colors of the Pakistani flag was found in the Ghagwal area of ​​Samba, Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday. According to reports, “BHN” was written on the balloon in the colors of the Pakistani flag found at the BharatRead More →

JAMMU, Nov 14: Police in Jammu and Kashmir found an airplane-shaped balloon with the letters BHN and Emirates written on it, on the Jammu-Pathankot trunk road. The incident was reported Sunday morning near the Indo-Pakistan border. Similar airplane-shaped balloons were recovered from different locations earlier along the international border inRead More →

Jammu and Kashmir police found an airplane-shaped balloon with the letters BHN and Emirates written on it on the Jammu-Pathankot national highway on Sunday. The incident was reported Sunday morning near the Indo-Pakistan border. Similar airplane-shaped balloons were recovered from different locations earlier along the international border in Nadd areaRead More →

Background Induction of labor is one of the most common obstetric interventions in the world. Balloon catheters and vaginal prostaglandins are widely used to ripen the cervix during labor induction. We sought to compare the efficacy and safety profiles of these two induction methods. Methods We performed a meta-analysis ofRead More →

When you’re not looking Thanksgiving Time Favorites As A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Where every thanksgiving episode of Bob’s Burgers, you probably spend the day watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade. A Thanksgiving Day staple since 1924, this parade is beloved for its musical performances, extravagant floats and balloon characters that allRead More →

A festival celebrating the earliest form of aviation was complemented by the very latest in aviation technology, when drone show specialist Verge Aero performed a series of spectacular light shows for the 50e anniversary Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta (AIBF) in New Mexico. Known as “the most photographed event in theRead More →

What if air – like stone, wood or clay, in short any material with its infinite possibilities of artistic expression – could be manipulated, shaped, sculpted? If it could give up this ethereal and impalpable character which is commonly associated with it, to become a constructed form? Then, oneRead More →

Kalpana Chawla, Rakesh Sharma, Sunita Williams have all made us dream of space travel. After Elon Musk’s SpaceX, an Indian space technology company Space Aura Aerospace Technology Pvt Ltd has started building a 10 x 8 foot space capsule. This capsule will accommodate six tourists and a pilot. However, thisRead More →

Have you ever heard of “exploding balloons” and government cover-ups? Most people have never heard of the exploding balloons of 1944. With today’s media commentary, here is MTSU Professor Larry Burriss… Verbatim of the audio above: “Beginning in November 1944, the Japanese launched some 9,300 high-explosive balloons against the UnitedRead More →

Birthdays and anniversaries are special occasions. In fact, when you think of birthdays and anniversaries, you think of lots of balloons, flower decorations, luscious cakes, and a gaggle of people cheering you up with gifts. Nowadays, birthdays and anniversaries have taken a step forward and theme parties have become veryRead More →