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Tonight's Special Guest Star: New York City based actor & rapper, Lester Greene joins the show! You'll hear his songs My Jeans, Marital Bliss, Red Light and If I Was Invisible. Lester will also share his story about being a young artist in the Big Apple!
Lester Greene was born in Germany and raised in Texas by a military father and a stay-at-home mother. In his younger days, Lester always enjoyed playing sports, and so he thought that was his calling until he quickly developed a knack for writing and rapping. Always a natural behind the microphone, it was only a matter of time before he made the transition to performance acting. With very little training, Lester has already worked with some powerhouse directors: Phil Allocco, Eric McGinty, Stanely Bennett Clay, Scott Chinn and Ben Baker, to name a few. He has also written and produced songs for IBM and a few feature films.
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Join us tonight at 9m EST/6pm PST for another exciting, informative, inspiring, and educational episode of Beauty Talk. Our guest tonight is Makeup Artist Kim Greene. Kim will speak about her career as a Film & Television Makeup Artist, her line of makeup bags, and so much more. If you would like to join the conversation with your questions and/or comments, call us at 914.803.4399. Also, our Tweetchat takes place on Twitter or www.Tweetchat.com and you can follow by using the hashtag #BeautyLounge.
Callywood After Dark
Greene was a member of The Supremes from early 1976 to summer of 1977 (replacing Cindy Birdsong), and performed on their last two albums, High Energy and Mary, Scherrie & Susaye. Working alongside original member Mary Wilson and Scherrie Payne, Susaye quickly found her niche in the group and amongst the group's legions of fans. Susaye took lead on "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother," in the group's live shows, which never failed to garner a standing ovation, and recorded "High Energy",
In three weeks, with the help of countless everyday folks from everywhere throughout the country, we have made others aware of the negative impact of false arrests of innocent people due to simply fitting the description. ...
Dr. Sherri Greene is one of the few Holistic Podiatrists in existence today. Her skills as a traditional podiatrist continue to play an important role in her Holistic approach to all patients.
With her broader approach applied to the care of the feet you will benefit by receiving the best of Eastern and Western Medicine integrated into one treatment plan.
We are priviledged to have Dr Sherri Greene on board at her our locationat 47 West 57th Street 5th Floor - Tuesdays and Thursdays .
Dr. Greene’s passion has always been to help her patients to get to the root of their problem by spending time with them creating a space for a solution to appear.
Interview: Brian Greene, Professor of Physics and Mathematics at Columbia University, Discusses his New, Video-Centric Online Educational Platform, World Science U
In this recently recorded interview with [itvt] editor-in-chief, Tracy Swedlow, BRIAN GREENE, professor of physics and mathematics at Columbia University, discusses his work on the educational video platform, World Science U, which launched last April. The highly social and interactive platform uses a combination of live and on-demand, long-form and short-form video, social media and an innovative interface, in order to allow viewers--ranging from interested amateurs to university students--to navigate, discover and learn more about a range of topics in physics, mathematics, cosmology and related sciences.
An alternate video recording of the interview (complete with detailed demos of how World Science U works) is located here.
Actor, Ryan Scott Greene, will be joining as his fans on social media, #RSGreeners, have asked for him to join us. His credits including Brandon from Queer as Folk (season five), Saints & Sinners, Lost Girl, Criminal Minds, Undressed, Mutant X and La Femme Nikita. For a full bio, please check out his awesome official website: http://www.ryanscottgreene.com
This episode of The #SocialSpitballShow features two Democratic candidates for Congress who began their lives in the Republican Party, but gradually moved away from the increasingly radical party it has become.
The first of our two candidates on this show is Will Bronson. Bronson's wife is a "life coach specializing in Radical Forgiveness." Unabashedly sharing his resume of involvement in the Republican Party, Bronson reveals his dedication to fairness in government and to making sure more people have their voices heard in the democratic process. Advocating for re-regulation of banks & the removal of big money in politics, as well as a smart grid power system built on green energy, Bronson reveals that among other things, he is for the people and the environment. Catch more about Will's stance on things after the introduction after 7pm Eastern: http://www.bronsonforcongress.com/
Our second candidate also came out of Republican Party activism that was driven by his dedication to service learned from his parents & his service in the Boy Scouts & the military. Mark Greene, an expert marksmen and former Military Police officer, started out in politics on a local level helping a neighbor run and win a school board campaign. After standing with fellow Texan George H.W. Bush against Pat Robertson in the Republican Party nomination process, Mark soon saw that his party didn't sync with his values. An obvious education advocate, Mark also stumps for political finance reform, energy and natural resource security, as well as other important issues. Learn more about Mark Greene's campaign around 8pm Eastern: http://www.markgreeneforcongress.org/
These two demonstrate what it means to put people before partisan politics...something we desperately need! Let's get the conversation going...
Robert Greene 48 Laws of Power
Greene's books are sometimes described as manipulative and amoral. The Sunday Times noted that The 48 Laws of Power has become the "Hollywood back-stabber's bible" and that although the book is reportedly used by some business executives, it is difficult to find people who publicly acknowledge its influence because of the book's controversial nature.[ Greene responds to this sentiment by stating, "These laws … people might say, 'Oh they're wicked', but they're practiced day in and day out by businesspeople. You're always trying to get rid of your competition and it can be pretty bloodthirsty, and that's just the reality."
Susaye Greene (born September 13, 1949), is an American singer, best known for being the last official member to join Motown girl group The Supremes, remaining in the group during its final years of existence from 1976 to 1977.
Born in Houston, Texas, she began her professional career at the age of 12 years. After moving to New York City as a teenager, she appeared in various commercials and attended and graduated from the New York City High School of Performing Arts.
Prior to joining The Supremes, Greene sang with Ray Charles' Raelettes and Stevie Wonder's Wonderlove, which paired her with Deniece Williams and Shirley Brewer. In 1973, she sang lead as a guest vocalist on New Birth's hit "Until It's Time for You to Go" (a cover of Buffy Sainte-Marie's song). A successful singer and songwriter as well, Greene has written hit records for Michael Jackson, Deniece Williams, and many others.
Greene was a member of The Supremes from early 1976 to summer of 1977 (replacing Cindy Birdsong), and performed on their last two albums, High Energy and Mary, Scherrie & Susaye. Working alongside original member Mary Wilson and Scherrie Payne, Susaye quickly found her niche in the group and amongst the group's legions of fans. Susaye took lead on "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother," in the group's live shows, which never failed to garner a standing ovation, and recorded "High Energy", the title song from the High Energy album. On June 12, 1977, the Supremes performed their farewell concert at the Drury Lane Theater in London and disbanded.
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