Anthony Gatto and Cirque du Soleil


Anthony is scheduled to open with Cirque Du Soleil in their brand new touring show, which begins at the end of April. The tour will be through Canada and the United States. Don’t Miss it!

I looked through the Cirque du Soleil website and it appears that Anothony is performing in Cirque 2007, traveling to Montréal, Québec City, Toronto, Minneapolis, Minnesota, San Francisco, California, San Jose, California, beginning April 29, 2007.


Conover Motor Sports dominates ITA at the Road Atlanta Pro IT double weekend

Conover Motor Sports driver Bowie Gray has put the rest of the Southeast SCCA Improved Touring A drivers on notice by winning both races last weekend in dominant fashion in his Mazda Miata. Gray led every lap in the process of taking top honors in both 20-lap competitions, winning by margins of 15.3 and 9.6 seconds. “Cameron gave me a great car this weekend,” Gray said. “It rolled off the trailer handling perfectly and never set a wheel wrong. I think anyone could have won with the car, it was pretty much unbeatable! We’re going to be tough to beat this year.” Bowie and the crew are running the remainder of the Pro-IT schedule this season and gunning for the championship, especially after last weekend’s dominant run.

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From Wikipedia

Face perception is the process by which the brain and mind understand and interpret the face, particularly the human face.

The face is an important site for the identification of others and conveys significant social information. Probably because of the importance of its role in social interaction, psychological processes involved in face perception are known to be present from birth, to be complex, and to involve large and widely distributed areas in the brain. These parts of the brain can be damaged to cause a specific impairment in understanding faces known as prosopagnosia.

Over the Edge : Death in Grand Canyon

Over the Edge : Death in Grand Canyon
Over the Edge : Death in Grand Canyon
From Library Journal

Flagstaff, AZ-based authors Ghiglieri, a biologist who leads river trips in the Grand Canyon and abroad, and Myers (Fateful Journey: Injury and Death on Colorado River Trips in Grand Canyon), a medical doctor who has treated hundreds of Canyon injuries, have compiled a fascinating chronicle of deaths and dangers in Grand Canyon National Park. The book is arranged by category falls, dehydration, floods, the Colorado River, air crashes, freak accidents, suicides, and murder and at the end of each chapter is a chronological list with names, descriptions, and causes of the accidents. The authors show that most of the deaths, whether of tourists, prospectors, or experienced adventurers, occurred when people failed to pay attention to warning signs or did not use common sense; others are attributed to high testosterone levels. The episodes are engrossing, but one becomes sated with the details after a while.
George M. Jenks, Bucknell Univ., Lewisburg PA
Copyright 2001 Reed Business Information, Inc.

Often what is dangerous is also beautiful. I want to go back.