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Do you feel anxious when your phone rings; are you always waiting for the other shoe to drop? Do you feel active when you are worrying, like you are actually accomplishing something?

We can make ourselves worry just by letting wrong thoughts to enter in to our minds.

Believe it or not, but we could actually be addicted to anxiety and worry. Feeling of worry, anxiety and fear release hormones andchemicals in to our body, like adrenalin, cortisoland others. Those hormonesare supposed to help our body react in a stressful situation creating a “fight or flight”response in us.

Although, whenthe adrenaline floods the body itmakes us feel uncomfortable, but after some time it builds up in us and it actually can have some antidepressant effect. Adrenalin triggers fear and causes anxiety but this causes release of dopamine, another hormone, which can actually ward off depression. After time, people can love the edge that this “fight or flight” response gives them in terms of energy,
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mood boost, and quick wit. Unfortunately prolong stress from worry or fear can harm our body so we need to learn to keep our worry at bay.

We are in control of our thoughts and our emotions. What we think about and say to ourselves, we believe it andact on it. Every time you feel worried or stressed, tell yourself, “I refuse to worry. Worry never solves anything, it only tortures me. I will stay calm.”

The best remedy I find is to pray instead of worry. Knowing that there is a God that is much more powerful than I am can actually help me keep things in perspective.

2. Understand that worry never helped anyone to solve anything.

When we are in a state of fear and worry, we are blocking our creative thinking and cannot come up with the best solutions. Most of the mistakes come from fear based decisions. Worry makes us feel like we are busy doing something to help the situation but in truth we are wasting our time torturing ourselves.

Someone said that, “Worrying is like sitting in the rocking chair. It makes a lot of movement but it doesn get you anywhere.

We must do what we know to do in the crisis. The rest will work itself out. Don paint the worst case scenarios in your mind about what might happen to you or your loved ones.

Again I say to those of you who are open to this idea, Pray, Pray, and Pray! There is much more benefit in prayer then in worry.

4. Try not to think too much of what tomorrow will bring.

5. Think positive thoughts.

You are the “boss” of your thoughts. You can and you must control the kind of thoughts you are thinking in order to live in peace. Counteract negative thoughts with positive affirmations and repeat them for as long as it takes for the fear,
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“People who aren’t in that culture call it an addiction. I just call it a collection,” Habib laughs. “Some people collect stamps. Some people collect coins. Because Studiiyo23 is about more than just sneakers, Habib decided to invite local artists, musicians, designers, and sneaker enthusiasts to showcase, sell, and exchange their work at the event.

“What we wanted to do is bring the artist community, sneaker collectors, up and coming local apparel brands, and musicians together under one roof for a day. It’s an event for creative and positive people to come together and network and tell their story,” Habib says.

Involving the community was important to Habib.

“I’m a collaborative person,” he says. “[TCSAX] easily could have been a Studiiyo23 event, but we want to support local artists. For me, it’s all about collaboration. It’s an extension of who I am. The more you support other people the more you receive support.”

The afternoon will feature vendors, artists, designers, fabulous sneakers, two DJs spinning tracks, 16 local musicians playing short sets, and food trucks. For those interested in the sneaker exchange, three pairs are permitted per entry for trade.

Following the event is an 18+ ticketed after party with a live performance by Wu Tang Clan’s Raekwon “The Chef” in the Main Room.

“We selected Raekwon, who is considered one of the best lyricists in the group, because he hasn’t been [to Minnesota] in awhile, and some of the other group members have,” Habib says. “He’s one of my personal favorites. People can expect great music and the same kind of vibe from the daytime event where it’s just positivity and people laughing and having fun at one of the top venues in Minnesota.”
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Warhol’s final trip to Minneapolis in ’74 is part of the inspiration for the exhibition and sale of his work opening this week at Aria. The show is part of a multi year, multi platform partnership with the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and Christie’s. “Andy Warhol at Christie’s” is a week long event that boasts more than 50 paintings, photographs, prints, and works on paper, including a selection of pieces originally featured in Warhol’s last show here. Highlights include self portraits, a screenprint of Marilyn Monroe, and portraits of local socialites, including gallery owners Gordon Locksley and George Shea.

In 1974, Warhol arrived at the screening of L’Amour with a “limousine full of attendants,” wrote Jon Bream in the Minneapolis Star. He described the artist as “frail looking and shy,
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” and though he barely spoke above a whisper, was “like a magnet, both the power of attraction and repulsion.” Warhol didn’t introduce the film but rather signed copies of his book, where he’d write “Campbell’s Soup” across them and sign his name. He also autographed a $5 bill, a scarf, and a leather tennis shoe, according to the Bream’s article.

Afterwards, he was whisked off to an “invitation only champagne and chocolate covered cherries reception at the Locksley Shea Gallery,” where several of his works were on display. There, he stood in a corner autographing copies of his book and posing with “heavily made up matrons and impeccably groomed men in Cardin suits and other stylish outfits, including a pair in Saks Fifth Avenue service station mechanic’s jumpsuits,
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The parent of Chicago based Florsheim Shoes said Wednesday it is considering a spinoff of its shoe businesses, which include the Florsheim and Converse brands. Interco Inc. said it retained Smith Barney Inc. to consider various ways to improve shareholder value, including an initial public offering or spinoff of the Converse and/or Florsheim shoe businesses to shareholders. The company said Smith Barney will complete its evaluation and present a report by.

Retail and condos set for Florsheim Shoe Factory

By Jeanette Almada, Special to the Tribune June 19, 2005

The city will subsidize the redevelopment of the vacant Florsheim Shoe Factory, at Belmont Avenue and Pulaski Road, in the Avondale neighborhood, into a mixed use project that will include ground level retail space and 175 condominiums. Chicago based Dubin Residential, owned by Chicago developers David Dubin and Stuart Kantoff, will convert the building into condos through a development entity called Footware Factory Development Corp. Pending full approval of city.

Bruno B. Stock

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Bruno B. Stock, 71, of Addison, who was awarded the Purple Heart while serving in the Army in World War II, died Wednesday in GlenOaks Hospital and Medical Center, Glendale Heights. Mr. Stock was a jailer during the Nuremberg War Crimes Trialsin 1945 and 1946 and guarded several German officers, according to his daughter in law, Susanne Stock. “He was very much a family man who did everything for the kids,” his daughter in law said. Mr. Stock was awarded the Victory Medal and three bronze battle stars, his.

Interco Rejects Another Cardinal Buyout Offer

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Interco Inc. rejected Cardinal Acquisition Corp.’s sweetened buyout offer as inadequate and boosted dividend payouts under a restructuring program which it said was superior to the Cardinal offer. Cardinal on Monday raised its bid for Interco, the nation’s largest maker of furniture and men’s shoes, to $2.84 billion, or $74 per share, from $2.76 billion, or $72 per share. Interco, based in St. Louis, makes a variety of consumer products including Converse sneakers, Florsheim shoes.

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John Madden, the roly poly pitchman for Florsheim’s Comfortech line, is going to get some competition from another spokesman for the footwear firm. Try the “Underwater Man,” who, in a number of exaggerated watery situations, will be hawking Florsheim’s new Dri Treds on radio commercials and in public. Dri Treds is Florsheim’s line of waterproof men’s business shoes, which have surfaced in the Chicago market and should be in national distribution by year’s end. Florsheim, which accounts for about.

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Bruno B. Stock, 71, of Addison, who was awarded the Purple Heart while serving in the Army in World War II, died Wednesday in GlenOaks Hospital and Medical Center, Glendale Heights. Mr. Stock was a jailer during the Nuremberg War Crimes Trialsin 1945 and 1946 and guarded several German officers, according to his daughter in law, Susanne Stock. “He was very much a family man who did everything for the kids,” his daughter in law said. Mr. Stock was awarded the Victory Medal and three bronze battle stars, his.

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The parent of Chicago based Florsheim Shoes said Wednesday it is considering a spinoff of its shoe businesses, which include the Florsheim and Converse brands. Interco Inc. said it retained Smith Barney Inc. to consider various ways to improve shareholder value, including an initial public offering or spinoff of the Converse and/or Florsheim shoe businesses to shareholders. The company said Smith Barney will complete its evaluation and present a report by.
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Darren Aronofsky takes the same stripped down fascination with, and appreciation for, the minutiae of preparation that he brought to his Oscar nominated “The Wrestler” the best film of 2008, according to yours truly and applies it to the pursuit of a different kind of artistry: ballet. All the intimate, behind the scenes moments are there, the matter of fact glimpses of the tricks that go into the performance as well as the toll this demanding activity takes on the body.

But then the director mixes in a wildly hallucinatory flair as “Black Swan” enters darker psychological territory. Working with his frequent cinematographer, Matthew Libatique, and incorporating some dazzling visual effects, Aronofsky spins a nightmare scenario within a seemingly gentle, pristine world. The camera swoops and swoons, making us feel as off kilter as the film’s tormented heroine. The visions and dreams soar seriously over the top at times, but always knowingly so, and with great style; “Black Swan” wallows in its grandiosity, and if you’re willing to go along with it, you’ll find yourself wowed by one of the best films of the year.

Natalie Portman gives it her all, physically and mentally, in a brave and demanding performance as Nina, a driven New York City ballerina who has zero life outside of dance. Portman had studied ballet growing up, but “Black Swan” required a grueling regimen of training five hours a day,
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every day, for 10 months before production even began.

Innocently enduring a sheltered existence with her smothering mother, Erica (a deeply creepy Barbara Hershey), a former ballet dancer herself now living vicariously through her daughter, Nina is stuck in a state of arrested development. She’s immensely talented and dedicated but still a child inside, as evidenced by the fluffy stuffed bunnies that populate her girly pink bedroom, and the way her mommy still tucks her in at night.

When it comes time to stage a bold, new production of “Swan Lake,” the company’s artistic director (a skeevy and manipulative Vincent Cassel) thinks Nina is perfect to play the White Swan. But he needs a dancer who also can portray the fierce sexuality of the Black Swan. Enter Lily (Mila Kunis), a savvy and confident newcomer who represents Nina’s biggest threat to getting the lead role. So yes, the script from Mark Heyman and Andres Heinz and John McLaughlin does have its obvious influences “The Red Shoes,” “The Turning Point” and “All About Eve” among them and yet “Black Swan” emerges as a fascinating entity all its own.

Nina snags the part, with Lily as her understudy. The two women don’t exactly become friends but achieve a sort of competitive symbiosis; the deeper Nina gets into rehearsals, the more she sees Lily in her mind, both as a frightening force and as the kind of woman she’d like to be. The fact that Portman and Kunis resemble each other in features and stature greatly enhances this effect and yes, the hotly anticipated love scene between the two is indeed hot.

But Nina also sees her body transforming, morphing grotesquely as she finds both the white and black swans within herself, with the romantic but rough ballet costumes from the fashion designers known as Rodarte almost becoming an extension of her body. Or does she? By blending realism with fantastical elements, Aronofsky continuously keeps us guessing as to what’s actually happening and what’s a figment of Nina’s imagination.
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Born in about 1864 in Cotsgrave,Nottingham,England to Robert and Catherine (Scrimshaw) Bird . When Arthur was a young man, his father heard tales of the Canadian government paying for each adult male immigrant who settled on the prairies. Robert Bird then packed up himself and his four sons and moved to Clumber, Saskatchewan.

Growing tired of prairie life a decade later, and hearing stories of the Klondike, Arthur then headed to the Yukon to join the gold rush. However unlike most prospectors who travelled by horse, carriage, or steamship, Arthur built a series of rafts and poled his way from Edmonton, Alberta, up a series of small rivers to eventually arrive in Dawson City. By the turn of the century he was panning for gold in Bonanza Creek, and pulling in enough to make a living for himself and his family. During this time he was also a neighbour of noted poet, Robert Service.

In 1908 Arthur moved his family to Victoria, BC where he built them a house at 3108 Albina St. He would later decide the growing town was too large and took a job in Cameron Bay, NWT (later known as Port Radium) where he worked as a carpenter, while sending money back home to his wife and children.

It was during one of these expeditions to Cameron Bay that Arthur competed in a local sports day, in which he competed against Olympic runner Tom Longboat and beat him in a footrace. Among the residents of Cameron Bay, Arthur became legendary for his endurance. At the age of 70 he was still routinely winning sporting events against much younger men.

In the 1930’s Arthur built a cabin in the wilderness about 100 miles from town, which he would use as a base camp for prospecting. His search was successful, and he discovered a large coal deposit which he was preparing to mine. However he never told anyone of its exact location, and died before he could work the claim.

In the fall of 1936, Arthur was staying at his cabin on McVicker Arm on Great Bear Lake as usual. However instead of leaving on schedule, he had a flu and stayed an extra week or two. During this time the winter storms came in and trapped him in his cabin, over 100 miles from the nearest town. Sometime between Christmas and the New Year he decided to attempt to hike back to Cameron Bay,
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Following Arthur’s lead as a prospector, his sons were told of the location of the famous Leechtown lost mine by Ed Mullard, who had allegedly discovered it originally, on his death bed. They made expeditions to the region to search for it but never found the lost mine.

After his death, the family home he built in Victoria, BC remained in the family until 1998 when it was finally sold. As of 2008 it is still standing, and is listed as a Saanich heritage home. Arthur’s two sons and one grandson lived in the same neighbourhood their entire lives.

Last Letter of Arthur Bird

Broke both my shoes (snowshoes), what a pair I’ve made out now of Babiche. Everything is against me. 26 (Nov.?) A dull, dark, miserable day, not too cold. a dog just gone past; lost, I guess. 30 last of Nov. Quiet and snowing, you can almost hear the flakes drop. Noon Dec 2. Sun just coming up; cold. 4 (Dec.) 3:30 Near dark, very still and lonesome feel. 5 (Dec.) Grand day, sun out and Chinook wind. 6 Dec. Still dark. Just to tell you its raining and blowing. 8 (Dec.) A plane has just past heading for the coal and I am here. I’ll send this if they call coming back. 9 (Dec.) Plane never come back just down to see me, I am near nuts, dark at four o’clock. Flash light good night. Candle light. No frost and me 15 miles from the coal. I am almost crazy, you no money, and me in debt and no meat, flour, beans, sugar tea; it’s tough. Moonlight. This is the worst winter I ever had. What I stayed here for 15 miles to the coal just because I was all in with a cold. I am near crazy for being such a fool. Good bye. 24 (Dec.) Going to bed. A mild night. Wish I was home. Good night XX6.30 Merry Xmas Ma. Loansome and blue. 31 (Dec.) Hoping our next will be better dinner, beans, tead, bannock. Cold wind blowing. 1 Jan. 1935 Everything look black. No fur,
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Beathard that glanced off the helmet of offensive tackle Trent Brown. The interception was the 20th of Dansby’s NFL career and made him the fifth player in league history with at least 20 interceptions and 40 sacks.

“When I saw it hit off the guy’s helmet, I was like, ‘Yeah, that’s it; that’s the one,'” Dansby said. “It was a long time coming. I finally got it, and I got the monkey off my back. Ready to move forward now.”

In addition to his interception, Dansby made seven tackles, had a sack and two quarterback hits and broke up another pass against San Francisco as Arizona raised its record to 4 4. After the game, Cardinals coach Bruce Arians presented Dansby with the game ball. CST and will be carried by NBC, NFL Network and Amazon Prime.

Dansby liked what he saw out of the Cardinals on Sunday and wants to see it again on Thursday.

“We’ve got to have that passion,” Dansby said in the locker room after the victory. “We’ve got to be able to come out and fight and be willing to do whatever it takes to win, and we did that today.”

It doesn’t appear Dansby had much time to enjoy his accomplishment, but he plans on enjoying it the rest of his life. He kept the ball that he caught for Interception No. 20.

“It’s going home with me, man,” Dansby said. “The jersey, the shoes, all of it’s going in the frames. So you know, it’s a beautiful moment, beautiful moment.”

Dansby joined Seth Joyner, Ray Lewis, Wilber Marshall and Brian Urlacher as the players in NFL history with at least 40 sacks and 20 interceptions.

Dansby hopes his accomplishment will help his career outlive him, too, as a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Dansby has never been to the Pro Bowl or been selected first team All Pro, but he has registered at least 90 tackles annually for 11 consecutive seasons. Seven times during that span, he topped 100, and the years in which he didn’t hit the century mark, he didn’t play the full schedule.

The interception at age 36 should help football fans see he was “able to stand the test of time,” Dansby said.

“I had this goal a long time ago, when I first got in the league, to get a gold jacket,” Dansby said. “I’m one step closer. I don’t know what else I’ve got to do. At Auburn, Dansby earned first team All American recognition from the American Football Coaches Association in 2003.

Thursday night’s game will be Dansby’s 205th NFL regular season appearance. That’s the eighth most among Auburn’s NFL players. Place kicker Al Del Greco appeared in 248, fullback Tony Richardson in 234, linebacker Kevin Greene in 228, linebacker Takeo Spikes in 219, offensive tackle Wayne Gandy in 219, tight end Ed West in 211 and guard Chris Gray in 208.

Dansby’s 20th interception moved him into a tie for No. 2 on Auburn’s pro list with Billy Atkins, who intercepted 20 in only 64 games in his NFL/AFL career. Bobby Hunt is in first place with 42 interceptions. Dansby is No. 1 in interception return TDs, though, with six.
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Throughout the evolution of the species, or at least since 1952, one characteristic more than any other has distinguished men from women. High heels. High heels have come and gone, of course, for fashion is a fickle mistress. Even body parts are not exempt from Madame La Mode’s dictates and reversals. “Butts are back!” a magazine recently proclaimed. This was excellent news to those of us who, no matter how we may have wished it were not so, have never stopped making a fashion.

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College beckons, so we went to look. There we were, standing on lower Broadway, in front of the school of the arts. We were so close to the rehearsal studios, the costume shop, the undergrads singing in the stairwells that I could see the future. I looked across the street, and saw the past. That building, the tan blocky one, seemed familiar. Wasn’t that half a lifetime ago work? Maybe. It’s all different now, flashy and open to the book buying public.

How To Make Sure Those High Heels Are Foot Friendly

By Lisa Skolnik. Special to the Tribune November 8, 2000

High heeled shoes in a range of shapes and a variety of heights are back in a big way. And the higher the heel, the worse it is for your body. “A three inch heel creates seven times more stress on the forefoot of your foot than a one inch heel does,” says Jayne L. Snyder, vice president of the American Physical Therapy Association in Alexandria, Va. Yet even low heels can be uncomfortable because of their styling or construction. Bottom line, “all high heels can lead to a.

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Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodovar takes a new turn with “High Heels,” veering away from the brightly colored, hysterical farce of “Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown” and toward a more sober, more traditional melodrama. The colors Almodovar’s bursting reds, oranges and yellows are still bright, but the tone of the narration is much darker. Almodovar seems to be making a deliberate attempt to avoid the campy, self mocking approach that melodramatic material.

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Remember as a little kid trying on your mom’s 3 inch high heeled shoes? (We know you did it too, guys.) You tottered unsteadily and thought, “How do grownups walk in these?” The answer: Not well! Even grown women totter in this frightful footwear. Although the high or “stiletto” heel, defined as 3 inches or higher, faded in popularity in the late 1980s, it’s now making a comeback and teens are going there too. And our question is, Why, oh why? After centuries of suffering for fashion, today’s females.
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There will also be food for sale.

Children may participate in all of the activities by buying a $5 wristband.

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