Monthly Archives: October 2002

Chinese ballet tinged with magic

Shanghai company brings classic `Coppelia’ to Blumenthal The history of classical ballet in China spins on the very toe of political upheaval. It came to China with Russian dancers who fled the Bolshevik Revolution. These émigrés set up dancing schools … Continue reading

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Poland creating favorable Foreign Direct Investment conditions

Poland is a democratic, politically stable country in Central Europe, populated by about 38.6 million people. Privatization of economic activity is the key issue in the process of economic transformation in Poland. The most important of these was the opening … Continue reading

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From Lilly pad to Urban Home

A serendipitous meeting on an airplane has led to a business venture that joins fine beauty products with fun and fanciful home and garden decor. Sound like a strange mix? One visit to the coupled Rocky River stores of Lilly’s … Continue reading

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Upscale consignment shop opens on Lafayette Road in Portsmouth, New Hampshire

PORTSMOUTH – Alecja Goronski knows what she likes when it comes to fashion. Designer pieces, both originals and limited-edition couture, dramatic dresses, classic separates, and accessories from jewelry to handbags and shoes to go along with all of that. Now … Continue reading

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