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Bamboo has been used for several years for things like housing, baskets, food and containers. Now there's Sogetsu. Artist Hiroshi has made huge sculptures out of bamboo. Check them out.
Shawn Syse makes a living drawing on people's bodies. She's not a tattoo artist and she doesn't use ink. Shawn uses a paste made from natural ingredients to make henna, a temporary tattoo.
Fiddles aren't just for cowboys! Even though they're used in country music they're played in other styles too. So ditch that image of your grandpappy sittin' by the fire playing his fiddle.
Have you ever heard the song Everyday Is a Winding Road by Sheryl Crow? Those cool drumbeats are made using bongos. Bongo drums are used in all types of music - especially world music.
This instrument shares its name with one of your fave *NSYNCers, Lance Bass, but it's pronounced 'base'. Drums add the beat to your song, but the bass is the real backbone of the song.
If your parents aren't down with you getting a traditional drum kit, maybe an electronic one is for you. Check out this parent-friendly alternative!
Walt Disney did a lot more than create the theme park Disneyland and make a few movies. Mr. Disney created several talking characters, including Mickey Mouse, Goofy, and Pluto. - Page 2
If you think that melodrama and crazy love triangles are only for daytime TV - think again. Check out this Shakespearian soap!
Without any help from special equipment, scaffolding or even drawing board designs, Simon set out building his towers with a tile setter's tools, and a window washer's belt and buckle.
The djembe is a goblet drum made in North Africa or the Middle East out of clay, wood or metal.