Ashes and Snow

Written by Tara Renee Settembre

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Lisa Schreder, 25, a Manhattan paralegal sawrepparttar posters forrepparttar 134953 exhibit advertised onrepparttar 134954 subway and decided to come after work with her boyfriend, lawyer David Sandler, 26.

"I'm as interested inrepparttar 134955 pictures asrepparttar 134956 museum itself. It feels like a monastery, soothing and spiritual," said Schreder.

Sandler was impressed with howrepparttar 134957 photographs were displayed. He said, "The presentation matches withrepparttar 134958 pictures and lighting,repparttar 134959 water underneath, continuesrepparttar 134960 feeling of water and motion that can be seen inrepparttar 134961 photos, it feels likerepparttar 134962 whole thing is floating, likerepparttar 134963 suspended photos."

Besidesrepparttar 134964 hanging photographs, there is also a 35mm film, revealing Colbert's video photography on a big screen. Several scenes include a woman swaying to new age music while bathing with elephants.

Sylvia Wolff, 32, a dance student at NYU's Tisch School said she likedrepparttar 134965 pictures more thanrepparttar 134966 movie, because she said, "The pictures are more suggestive and require more imagination."

Artist and clay sculptor, Stephanie Borgese onrepparttar 134967 other hand, feltrepparttar 134968 opposite. "The film enhancedrepparttar 134969 artwork. It gaverepparttar 134970 images a sense of motion and place," she said.

Borgese admits she was overcome byrepparttar 134971 artistic experience. "I cried a few times," she said. "They are magical and breathtaking images."

Tara is currently going for her masters degree in journalism at New York University and working in PR. She freelances articles for tri-state publications and writes a daily blog, When Tara Met Blog

Online Poker Satellites - How to Turn as Little as $1 into Millions

Written by Peter Berlin

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Step 4: The buy-in for this level is $100 + $10. Come in first or second and go to step 5. Come in third and play step 4 over again.

Step 5: If you happen to have $450 + $45 you can buy-in to this level. If you've were lucky enough to come in 1st or 2ndrepparttar previous step, it costs you nothing. The first two finishers go torepparttar 134830 final step, third place gets to play step 5 again.

Step 6: You've made it torepparttar 134831 final step. Of course you can just cough uprepparttar 134832 $1,350 + $135 to play in this game or you might have gotten here allrepparttar 134833 way from step one for $1. In either case, finish 1st in this ten player table and you're on your way torepparttar 134834 WSOP. Come in 2nd and you win $1,000.

This is just one example of an on-line poker site's roadmap torepparttar 134835 WSOP. At FullTilt poker you can get there for as little as $4. And they have a promotion in which if you gain entry torepparttar 134836 tournament through their site and winrepparttar 134837 $10 Million atrepparttar 134838 WSOP, they will match it with an additional $10 Million.

Party Poker has satellites starting at $9,InterPoker can get you there for $10, and UltimateBet has games for as little as $3.

There are even some sites where you can gain entry through freerolls (tournaments with no entry fees).

There are all sorts of tournaments like this at many different online poker sites and they all followrepparttar 134839 same basic pattern. You buy-in at a low level to win entry into a higher level tournament. I narrowly missed making it torepparttar 134840 PartyPoker millions tournament with a $10,000 buy-in and a prize pool of $7.5 Million. For $6 I worked my way up torepparttar 134841 finals where I needed to come in one ofrepparttar 134842 top 4 positions. Unfortunately I finished 9th, but there's always next year. And boy, did I get a lot of entertainment and excitement for my $6.

So if you're looking to berepparttar 134843 next poker star and you don't want to put down $10,000 to get inrepparttar 134844 game, check outrepparttar 134845 different online sites and see if you can turn $1 into a million.

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