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Publishing: New Murder Mystery Novel Tells the Story of Oil Rig Worker Encountering Mysterious Murders, Frightening Ghosts and Tropical Love in...
Publishing NEWS: -- Long-time oil geophysicist, Nigel Smith, uses his real-life experience working on an oil rig in the Malacca Straits in his new murder mystery novel: "Malacca Mystery" (ISBN: 978-1945532801) available for sale globally in paperback and e-book on May 17, 2019 through all major online book retailers including Amazon, iBooks, Barnes & Noble and Amazon Kindle.
Music and Performers NEWS: -- N.C.-based rock band, Killakoi, opened the inaugural Epicenter Festival. On May 9, 2019 Killakoi took the stage in the Epicenter Village for the early arriving festival campers. The festival was estimated to have an estimated 10,000 campers.
Publishing NEWS: -- In the midst of a thriving writing career, Daralyse Lyons, author of over 20 books, has just embarked on a new journey. On "The Transformational Storyteller" podcast, Daralyse takes the listener into the lives and minds of real people whose stories have the power to captivate and motivate.
Publishing NEWS: -- "Stolen" (ISBN: 978-1733900812) by Caroline Klug is released in print today. It's the first in a planned series of fiction thrillers centering on controversial topics like drugs, sex trafficking, adultery, suicide, and other all too common mainstream struggles. These thrillers are sure to engage readers from beginning to end, but readers looking more closely will discover underlying allegories designed to inspire and encourage people in their personal lives.
Music and Performers NEWS: -- Casita Maria Center For Arts & Education, and Council Member Rafael Salamanca, Jr., are proud to present the South Bronx Culture Trail Festival 2019: retroACTIVO. The festival will last from May 24 to June 29, and will include multiple family-friendly events throughout the South Bronx, presented in partnership with community-based organizations, art institutions, health providers, and city agencies.
Publishing NEWS: -- Author Paul Orwell's new book "Total Sh*t Donald Trump" (ISBN: 978-1733807302; ppb; Oceania Press) released today on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple and many other platforms, makes the case that the president is, in a sense, "the physical embodiment of our nation's collective excrement" and that "we citizens have a duty to flush it, not just shovel it."
Music and Arts: Ryan Chernin Looking Up as ‘Look Right’ Climbs AC Charts – Latest album ‘You Know Who You Are’...
Music and Performers NEWS: -- 25-year-old, Brooklyn based singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, artist, actor, and poet Ryan Chernin is climbing up the Adult Contemporary (AC) Charts with his current single, "Look Right." The song appears on his latest album, "You Know Who You Are," out now via Inhuman Records.
Publishing NEWS: -- Thanks to skyrocketing demand and low interest rates, the South Walton County real estate market is booming. This surge has given rise to "South Walton Beach Homes," a new free magazine bringing together buyers and the realtors who make it all happen. "South Walton Beach Homes" is the second print publication from HNH Media Holdings, LLC.
Music and Performers NEWS: -- The Asia America Symphony Association (AASA) presents a Benefit Concert for youth in arts featuring internationally acclaimed vocalist, Oleta Adams on Saturday, June 29, 2019. Oleta will be joined by Music Director, Pianist and Conductor, David Benoit, and members of the Asia America Youth Symphony Orchestra (AAYS).
Music and Arts: New Online Voice Casting Platform Launched by Voice Force Gets High Marks by Industry Pros
Music and Performers NEWS: -- A new online casting platform and production management tool - VoiceForce.net - aimed at the $15 billion voice-over market, has been launched by Voice Force, a small group of voice industry professionals headquartered in Burbank, California.
Publishing: Pyramid Press Announces Release of New Book ‘Peter Drucker’s System of Management in a Business Environment’ by Luther Guynes, PhD
Publishing NEWS: -- Pyramid Press announced today the Release of the New Book: "Peter Drucker's System of Management in a Business Environment" (ISBN: 978-0996893558) by one of Peter Drucker's First Students, Luther Guynes, Ph.D.
Music and Arts: The ’80s rule the Sunset Strip once again every Monday Night as the legendary Whisky a Go Go...
Music and Performers NEWS: -- The FAST TIMES band and RUBIX KUBE LA, two of the nation's biggest '80s tribute bands, are pleased to announce a co-headlining residency at the legendary Whisky a Go Go. This event kicks off on April 29, 2019 and will run every Monday night.
Publishing NEWS: -- Sherlock Holmes fans! Boston University writers created a new TV series based on Stephen King's "The Doctor's Case" short story. "Holmes Legacy: The Doctor's Cases" is a six-episode drama about an older Dr. John Watson, who uses his memories of Sherlock Holmes to foil a new Moriarty and protect present-day London. Experience the live staged reading by professional actors at WBUR's CitySpace from 12-3 p.m. on April 27-28, 2019.
Publishing: Nirmala Narine’s YA Historical Fantasy Novel with Diverse Characters, Lays the Foundation for a Whole New Crop of Environmentalists
Publishing NEWS: -- Vanadala Publishing, a division of NNGL, announces the publication of "Ellishiva Cinnamon and The Sixth Element" (ISBN: 978-0996207126, paperback), a novel of environmental stewardship, by best-selling author, social responsible entrepreneur, humanitarian and global lifestyle television host, Nirmala Narine.
Music and Arts: Music and Art Come to Life! Asia America Symphony Association and Ryman Arts Present ‘Music On Canvas’ Performed...
Music and Performers NEWS: -- The ASIA AMERICA YOUTH SYMPHONY (AAYS) will premiere its first ever, "Music On Canvas". DAVID BENOIT, Music Director and Conductor, will lead the prestigious AAYS in a performance of Gershwin's classic "An American In Paris" while young artists from RYMAN ARTS create inspired artworks live on stage to the music.
Music and Arts: The McGrath Project releases new record and music videos with Smith Music Group – Closet Full of Skeletons
Music and Performers NEWS: -- 4818 Records announced today that Texas based band, The McGrath Project is following up its last massively successful record which sold over 500,000 units worldwide with a new chart climber entitled, "Closet Full of Skeletons."
Publishing: Teens at Highest Risk for Fatal Allergic Reactions: Teen Offers Life Saving Strategies in New Book
Publishing NEWS: -- Teens with food allergies are at the greatest risk of suffering a fatal reaction. Fifteen-year-old Olivier Deldicque is on a mission to change that. His new book, "When Every Bite Matters: One Teen's Journey with Food Allergies" (ISBN: 978-0578418537; Pop Fly Publishing) outlines life saving tips and advice for teens coping with food allergies.
Publishing NEWS: -- George Mason was a short, bookish man who was a friend and neighbor of athletic, broad-shouldered George Washington, says author William G. Hyland, Jr., in his new book, "George Mason: The Founding Father Who Gave Us the Bill of Rights" (ISBN: 978-1621579267; Regnery History).
Film NEWS: -- The 5th season of the Miami Web Fest and the Veteran Film Awards takes place May 2-5, 2019 at the Fillmore Miami Beach. The first of its kind in the state of Florida, this event showcases the best digital series from over 30 countries and also highlights the work of veterans.
Music and Arts: PIT STOP PLAYERS PRESENTS: ‘Illuminations’ – three new works at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music Cary Hall
Music and Performers NEWS: -- The Pit Stop Players, the genre-defying instrumental chamber group composed of veteran Broadway pit musicians, will shed light on three new works at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music's Cary Hall, 450 West 37th Street, on Monday, May 13, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.