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Publishing NEWS: -- Stuttering stand-up comic Nina G will have the top spot at the Invisible Disabilities Comedy Show at the Sacramento Punch Line on Sunday, January 27 2019! Author of the forthcoming book "Stutterer Interrupted: The Comedian Who Almost Didn't Happen," Nina's comedy is funny, revealing, unapologetic, and always a window to her experience as a person who stutters. Through humor, Nina G is challenging now people think of stuttering.
Music and Arts: Soul Singer-Songwriter KEA MICHAELS Presents Debut Music Video for Poignant Ballad ‘I Love You’
Music and Performers NEWS: -- One inspired night in 2015, singer-songwriter Kea Michaels sat down to write a poem like a lullaby entitled "I Love You" for one of her daughters...heartfelt prose enriched with motherly adoration. She later turned that poem into a song thinking about an older daughter that had been battling, since birth, kidney hydronephrosis. KEA thought she was about to lose her to the debilitating disorder.
Publishing NEWS: -- Wham-O, the iconic all-American recreational toy brand, will release a new commemorative book marking the 70th anniversary of the company. The book, entitled "SUPER BOOK - Fantastic Tales From Inside The Fun Factory" (ISBN: 978-0692163054), takes readers on a journey through the innovation and imagination that led to the creation of some of the world's most inventive, beloved toys and games that every family has played with for the last 70 years.
Music and Performers NEWS: -- The Michigan Humanities Council announced their 2018-2021 Arts and Humanities Touring Directory, offering 40 percent grant funding for arts programming at non-profits, schools, and libraries in Michigan. Traverse City ragtime pianist, Peter Bergin, is one of the featured artists.
Publishing NEWS: -- Kathleen Hanagan today announces the first printing of her book, "Loveseed: The Template For Birthing A New World," (Library of Congress Control Number: 2018959127, ISBN: 978-1-945586-14-9) by Thomas Noble Books, Wilmington, Del.
Film NEWS: -- "Friday the 13th" has a passionate fan base that has been waiting for almost a decade for another installment. With the lawsuit between Victor Miller and Sean Cunningham still not resolved a new film isn't likely for several more years, but Voorhees Films has a solution for your much-needed fix, "13 Fanboy."
Publishing: New Book, ‘CONFESSIONS OF 400 MEN: True Revelations of Lust, Fidelity, Feelings and Fantasy’
Publishing NEWS: -- Author Heidi Doheny Jay will debut her new book, "Confessions of 400 Men: True Revelations of Lust, Fidelity, Feelings & Fantasy" (ISBN: 978-1543925968) at Philly Art Collective: 253 N. 3rd Street Philadelphia, PA 19106 on Thursday, November 15, 2018 from 6-9 p.m. Press engagement is open from 5-6 p.m. Members of the press will receive a free copy of the book.
Publishing: Hanagan Celebrates Publication of ‘Loveseed: The Template For Birthing a New World,’ at Nov. 17 Event
Publishing NEWS: -- Kathleen Hanagan, psychotherapist, priestess, and author, celebrates the publication of her first book "Loveseed: The Template For Birthing a New World" (ISBN: 978-1945586149) at a launch party held in her honor Nov. 17, hosted by Sara Vandergroot.
Music and Performers NEWS: -- October 9 would have marked the 78th birthday of John Lennon, and his legacy is still helping to "Imagine there's no hunger," in California, Florida and throughout the U.S. Yoko Ono Lennon has kindly authorized the use of the iconic self-portrait image to help the California Association of Food Banks and Feeding Florida in their ongoing fight to end hunger.
Publishing NEWS: -- Automated verification provider FormFree(R) and co-sponsors LexisNexis Risk Solutions, LoanBeam, SingleSource and Teraverde will host a book signing and networking event featuring James Deitch, CPA, CMB, at the Mortgage Bankers Association's Annual Convention and Expo being held October 14-17 in downtown Washington, D.C.
Music and Arts: The Ormewoods release new music video that reaches across the aisle, ‘Hope, Pray, Sing’
Music and Performers NEWS: -- The Ormewoods - Claire Pearson and Don McCollister - is an Americana and folk duo, and their new music video, "Hope, Pray, Sing," was released to draw people closer together rather than tear them apart. The duo's music is described by fans as "sexy, folk, pop and country." It's toe-tapping and, at times, profound.
Music and Performers NEWS: -- A historic lineup of L.A.'s leading artists, performers, poets and authors will salute Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center ("Beyond Baroque"), the city's legendary literary center, at its 50th anniversary "Bohemian Bacchanal" on Saturday, November 10. The gala event, located in the Venice Arts Plaza, features a dinner and will be highlighted by presentations honoring actor/poet Viggo Mortensen, a long-time supporter of the non-profit organization, and award-winning poet Will Alexander.
Publishing: Former Cash Money Records Artist Tab ‘Hot Boy Turk’ Virgil Jr. Offers Inspiring, Real Life Story of Redemption In His...
Publishing NEWS: -- The Oracle Group International announces Former Cash Money Records artist Tab "Hot Boy Turk" Virgil Jr. takes you on a journey of deep spiritual and mental growth in his new book, 'The AutoThugOgraphy of Turk' (Hardcover: Wahida Clark Publishing: ISBN: 978-1947732216).
Film NEWS: -- It will be lights, camera and a lot of action as DangerMan, America's Real Life Black Superhero, gears up to shoot the sequel to his original film release. "DangerMan Returns" will be directed by Troy Michael Rowland, a veteran entertainment specialist whose credits include Disney, Amazon and TV One. Roger I. Tinsley, CEO/President of the DangerMan Education Foundation, Inc., a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, will executive produce the film.
Music and Performers NEWS: -- Lion Eagle Productions, LLC today announced that - after covering such diverse artists as Rush, Bruce Hornsby and Motley Crue - Glorified High School (GHS) recently realized its greatest ambition by recording a track-for-track reimagining of the 1987 "Whitesnake" album. This new album of cover songs takes popular '80s rock songs to new places sonically and emotionally.
Music and Performers NEWS: -- Riverpool Records and The PondHawks announce the release of their new single, "River Grove." How many cities have their very own song? The town of River Grove, a suburb of Chicago near O'Hare Airport, now does thanks to The PondHawks.
Music and Arts: Life Lessons, Love Lost and Man’s Best Friend – Michael Patrick’s New CD, ‘John Wayne Movies’ Tells the...
Music and Performers NEWS: -- New Jersey based country, folk, Americana singer-songwriter Michael Patrick will release his latest, long overdue recording, "John Wayne Movies" with two special CD release shows on October 13, 2018 at The Lighthouse Tavern, and October 20 at Roxy and Dukes.
Music and Arts: Calling all bands in Texas to participate in the Battle of the Bands hosted by Hub Streat Plano...
Music and Performers NEWS: -- Texas Select Radio announces the 2018 Battle of the Bands at Hub Streat, a full service Culinary Entertainment Center, featuring hand crafted cocktails, craft beer, a menu for every taste from a scratch kitchen, live entertainment and a dog friendly patio.
Film NEWS: -- "Christians in the Mirror," a first-of-its-kind independent documentary produced by Joshuacord, Inc. and In Altum Productions, premieres Friday, September 28, at AMC West Shore 14 in Tampa at 6 p.m. Taking a hard look at how America and the West have been involved in the global persecution of Christians, this indie film interviews Christians from the Middle East, Africa, and Asia.
Music and Performers NEWS: -- Outbreak Presents announces Lindsay Ell is set to headline the final Monster Energy Outbreak Tour of 2018. Following her breakout Top 20 hit at U.S Country radio and momentous No. 1 at Canadian Country radio with "Criminal," Ell recently excited legions of fans via social media announcing her next single is the tantalizing and lyrically-mesmerizing "Champagne."