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Tiara & Tamara
are twins who were born and raised in Hawaii on the Island of Oahu. They are 19years old. They started as gymnast at Hawaiian Island Twisters with their dad as their coach. The gym used to be connected to a dance studio called 24-VII danceforce. Watching dancers there inspired them to begin dance. They quickly fell in love with dance and have been dancing ever since. They are most known for being on the last season of MTV's America's Best Dance Crew with crew, 8flavahz. Since then, they have been in Ciara's "Got Me Good" music video and have performed in live performances with her as well. They danced with the Jabbawockeez in the COKEred campaign/commercials. They have also made their appearance known in the Britney episode of Glee. Now, they are on the World of Dance tour with their crew 8flavahz. Their dream is to inspire.
FRIDAY NIGHT HIP HOP - IN THE CUT is "The NW's Premier Hip Hop Dance Talk Show". FNHH - In the Cut promotes hip hop dance artists, studios, venues and more! "In the Cut" will feature interviews with Northwest and National talent as well as studios, events and more! FNHH - In the Cut is broadcast live from Seattle, Washington!
Nha tho Thanh Tam Tuyen, nguoi doi moi ngon ngu van xuoi va thi ca vi dai nhat ke tu nam 1954.
Ngoai mang tho mang tinh than the gioi va yeu chuong tu do, Thanh Tam Tuyen la con nguoi "kieu hanh va co don" luon thai nghen nhung tam tuong cua tinh yeu.
"Tinh yeu lam Thanh Tam Tuyen tro nen lang man, dau kho, và nhuc nhan. Tinh yeu xot xa hoa chung voi su dau kho vi noi doi, vi menh nuoc." Bui Vinh Phuc
David Bradburn grew up outside of Chicago in Elgin, Illinois. Here, he shot his first film during high school: a compilation of shorts and mock commercials that he hoped would be funny enough to make it to America’s Funniest Home Videos.
25 years later, Bradburn has honed his craft and finds himself wearing the many different hats of the independent movie maker to see a project from script to screen. Serving as lead producer of the Von Steuben High School Film Festival for six years, Bradburn navigated the process of obtaining grants to bring filmmaking opportunities to Chicago high school students.
Bradburn’s films include “Home”, “The Night Before The Morning After”, “Superhero Me”, a finalist in the 2012 Beverly Hills Film Fest Writing Competition, My Brother’s Other Mother – a documentary chronicling his younger brother’s search for his birth mother in the Dominican Republic, and the soon to be finished “Sisters” which was written by Northwestern University’s Film Department Chair, Dave Tolchinsky. Bradburn’s successful launch into Chicago’s independent film community most recently landed him assignments with Kenmore and FOX.
Bradburn holds a BA from Wheaton College, and an M. Ed from UIC, and hasn’t given up on his American Funniest Home Video dreams.
Join BluPrint Radio at 7:00 P.M. Eastern to hear our interview with Jay Holland, Equire. Jay will talk with us on the topic "Defining Spouse Under the FMLA" and proposed regulatory changes that the Department of Labor is considering related to same-sex marriage. A principal in Joseph, Greenwald & Laake’s Civil Litigation Group and chair of the firm’s Labor, Employment, and Qui Tam Whistleblower practice, Jay Holland is a renowned employment and qui tam litigator known for taking on tough cases and achieving exceptional results. Jay counsels clients in individual and class action cases involving gender and race discrimination and sexual harassment, violations of the wage and hour laws, and wrongful termination. Jay has an active qui tam practice, representing whistleblowers in actions under the federal False Claims Act.
Join us at 7:00 P.M. to learn about the Department of Labor's decisions, definitions and proposed regulatory changes.
Is happiness the key to success? There has been a lot of research lately on the subject of happiness and how it contributes to our well being; our emotional and physical health.
My guest for this week’s podcast is Marilyn Tam, who has recently authored a book on the subject, The Happiness Choice. What I love about Marilyn’s book is her position that it is a choice to be happy and in her book. She gives us some great tips on how to make the positive choices that will contribute to a healthy and successful life and career.
Tony Bennett, President of the Texas Association of Manufacturing will join us to talk about the state of the State of Texas manufacturing; what’s happening, what’s hot, and what’s getting in the way for small and mid-sized manufacturers in Texas.
The Texas Association of Manufacturers (TAM) represents over 450 large and small companies from every manufacturing sector, employing more than 894,000 Texans with an average compensation of $79,350 a year (the highest in the private sector). Texas manufacturers contributed $211 billion to the Texas economy in 2012 and one-third of all corporate taxes collected by state and local governments. Manufactured goods account for 94.6 percent of all Texas exports and Texas has held the distinction as the #1 exporting state in the U.S. for several consecutive years.
in Self Help
The Extreme Dream Queen interviews Tam Gerlach as she shares how using our strengths and talents is a way for us to create success and be happy doing what moves our soul. Here we find alignment easily, so let?s focus on our strengths! Sure, we all have “non strengths”, but why not focus on what we are already brilliant at, says Tam. Focusing on our weaknesses is not a very effective way to evoke our super powers.
in Self Help
Marilyn Tam is an international selling author, speaker, entrepreneur, humanitarian and former CEO of Aveda, President of Reebok Apparel Products & Retail Group, and VP of Nike. She is the founder and executive director of the Us Foundation. www.MarilynTam.com
Marilyn helps leaders and businesses find their purpose, productivity and happiness. She rose from being an unwanted, neglected child to achieve great success while being happy, healthy and at peace with herself.
Marilyn’s new book, “The Happiness Choice,” was the #3 top business book in March, and won the Silver Medal in the Global eBook Awards 2013. It is filled with stories, tips, and insights on how anyone can live a happy, healthy, successful, and dynamically balanced life.
Her book, “Living the Life of Your Dreams” was eBook of the Year 2011 in the Inspirational/Visionary category. Marilyn’s book, “How to Use What You’ve Got to Get What You Want,” is published in six languages.
Her radio show, The Happiness Choice on FMG Network is broadcast globally to over 30 million listeners. Marilyn is a regular blogger on Huffington Post.
Marilyn was recognized as one of the Top 30 Female Entrepreneurs in the USA by Fempreneur magazine. Jack Canfield details her work in his book The Success Principles.
To learn more, please visit www.MarilynTam.com.
Frankie Russo is the President of the Brooklyn Tea Party and a media personality who has launched his own show, RussoNation. His goal is to bring the political, pop culture, and sports audiences together. Whether he is talking about sports, pop culture, or politics, Frankie tries to be as real as possible to his listeners. He is not mainstream, but he loves being in the spotlight and getting down to the basic issues. His honesty has earned him: a cult following that has led him to success in the sports, entertainment, and political fields.
Beverly Hills Legal Eagle, Mychal Wilson Esq. soars when it comes to freedom of expression and creativity. He fights for this right professionally as a lawyer and personally as an actor/producer. His entire life has been devoted to this principle, and along with this freedom comes the creativity and the responsibility that encompasses such virtues. Mychal is a founding partner at the MindFusion Law, LLP whose hybrid law practice encompasses Entertainment and Qui Tam Law.
Ryan Mauro is the National Security Analyst for ClarionProject.org, which produced the hit films, "Obsession," "The Third Jihad" and "Iranium." Maruo is a frequent analyst on FOX News Channel and other media outlets, is a consultant to government agencies and an adjunct professor. He writes regularly for the Institute on Religion and Democracy, FrontPage Magazine, Family Security Matters and other publications, including the peer-reviewed journal, Middle East Quarterly. Ryan has been quoted and cited in multiple books and newspapers, including the New York Times and Reuters. He has made over 300 appearances on radio and T.V. shows of both the left and the right.
Jim Gottstein grew up in Anchorage, Alaska. After graduating from West Anchorage High School in 1971, he attended the University of Oregon and graduated with honors (BS, Finance) in 1974. From there he attended Harvard Law School graduating in 1978 with a J.D. degree. Mr. Gottstein's career has evolved from emphasizing business matters and public land law, with mental health representation and advocacy as an adjunct, to increasing emphasis on mental health advocacy and representation.
Since late 2002, Mr. Gottstein has devoted the bulk of his time pro bono to the Law Project for Psychiatric Rights (PsychRights) whose mission is to mount a strategic litigation campaign against forced psychiatric drugging and electroshock across the United States. Starting, in 2004, Jim has made addressing the alarming and horrific increase in the psychiatric drugging of children and youth a high priority.
For more information on Jim's work please see www.psychrights.org
Thursday Carla Wynn Hall will be speaking with Makia Baker, Valerie Gregory, and Sharon Tam, three co-authors who have survived domestic violence and write their stories in Empowered Women of Social Media.
Sharon Tam is a healthcare professional who loves to learn from manufacturing and testing biopharmaceutical drugs to clinical practice, therapy, healing, health, and wellness...more
Valerie Gregory, AKA “The Warrior”
Valerie is a single mom who works for one of the top investment firms in the country. She is a loving mother to a beautiful little girl. She is also a domestic violence survivor. She is now using her voice to speak out against this horrific epidemic. In sharing her story, she hopes that it will give others courage to break their silence...more
Today I am an independent consultant for Jamberry Nails which has given me the opportunity to polish my sales skills. People skills are easy for me because I was able to develop them after years of being in abusive relationships. My friends say I am dependable and kind. I love my family and would do anything in the world for them. This is my first writing experience and I am totally loving it...more
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