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The Total Tutor will interview Tiniell Monet founder of New Beginnings. We will discuss her business. Next, I will interview Christina Levasheff. The topic will be Why is it important to know the bible. Also, I will interview Hanna Rosin author of Men and The Rise of Women. Last, I will interview Christopher Kennelly director of business development of the Copyright Clearance Center. We will discuss the rise if self publishing.
In This Episode We Speak With Monet Merchand who is model, actress, and singer. She will be on T.V soon, especially with the recent rumor of her being connected to the New Basketball Wives cast member's husband. Listen to her clear all the rumors up.
Monet Diamante is the founder of Persist without Exception a blog where she posts about Arthritis/Autoimmune Diseases. She has had Rheumatoid Arthritis since she was two, Fibromyalgia since 2011, and Sjogren’s syndrome for a long time. She manages to stay positive and uses these health challenges as a gift: to inspire and motivate, to encourage, and to give hope to others, one day at a time.
JR The Bossman (@JRTheBossman) presents Bossman Show (@BossmanShow) Reality Expert, TrueSpeech (@myTrueSpeech), and they will be joined by special guest Monet Merchand (@MonetMerchand) to discuss "Folks Faking The Funk", "How Women View Age and How It Can Backfire", "Holding On To The Past", "Dating in the Entertainment Industry", and Monet clears the air about Stephon Marbury and a whole lot more.
Tune in Tonight on Ambizion Radio 10:00-11:00 PM EST with guest Screen writer and actress Tessie Wilmot and Singer/Songwriter The Fabulous MOONSHYNE BROWN as always your celebrity topics with Celebrity Juice with Cheri Simmons and Love & Hip Hop ATL commentary with Vanessa Monet! Call in 347-989-8385 or listen www.ambizionnewsandentertainment.com
Tune in Tonight on Ambizion Radio 10:00-11:00 PM EST with guest Screen writer and actress Tessie Wilmot and as always your celebrity topics with Celebrity Juice with Cheri Simmons and Love & Hip Hop ATL commentary with Vanessa Monet! Call in 917-932-1078 or listen www.ambizionnewsandentertainment.com
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For tonight's show we will use artist quotes to jump into what is the Language of Art and how do we craft an individual vocbulary that speaks to our creative vission.
Join us live to practice your language, this is your time to talk about your work in your athentic voice. Craft your words as well as your vission.
Here's a few artists and how they talk about their work or art:
“One day I’m satisfied and the next day everything seems bad.” (Monet)
“As artists, we do much better trying to keep things simple. We do better to compare ourselves solely to ourselves. Self-inventory is useful, while self-condemnation is not.” (Matthew Dibble)
“The results is what counts.” (Monet)
“These are not paintings in the usual sense; they are life and death merging in a fearful union.” (Clyfford Still)
“An artist must be rooted in his own time.” (Courbet)
"The job of the artist is to always deepen the mystery." (Francis Bacon)
"What a genius, that Picasso. It's a pity he can't paint." (Marc Chagall)
“To grow in art you need to be a rugged individualist who pilots your own spaceship.” (Robert Genn)
"Art is a lifetime matter.” (Edgar Payne)
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Tonight I will be chatting with guest Film & Stage Actor Geoffrey D. Williams and as always your celebrity topics with Celebrity Juice with Cheri Simmons and Love & Hip Hop ATL commentary with Vanessa Monet! Call in 917-932-1078 or listen www.ambizionnewsandentertainment.com
From the age of 4, Amma Whatt’s professional journey has been one of accomplishment, passion and variety. As a dancer, under the tutelage of her parents she studied and performed the traditional music of West Africa and The Caribbean. As an actress and entertainer at 16, she participated in a hilarious one-on-one TV interview on Bill Cosby's "Kid's say the Darndest Things". As a vocalist, she left her mark in the Howard University Jazz Vocal Performance Program and as a soloist in the Howard Gospel Choir. Amma then toured the US and internationally as a supporting vocalist with Glory of NY Gospel Singers, Ruben Studdard, Karen Clark-Sheard, Ki-Ki Sheard, Shirley Murdock, Howard Hewitt, Tulani Kinard, Byron Cage, Rob Murat, and Melba Moore. It was as a Hollywood Week Finalist on the 5th season of American Idol, that Amma’s talent drew the attention of film and television producers. She appeared in the 2007 film August Rush and sang on the film’s Academy Award-nominated song “Raise It Up”, highlighted by a live performance at the 2008 Academy Awards. Most recently, you can hear Amma singing "Get Happy" in the new Home Goods commercials airing on national television and radio. While Amma continues to share the stage and album features with a wide variety of artists such as Jarrard Anthony, Nicholas Ryan Gant, Monet, Darien, Catz & Dogz, Mark de Clive-Lowe, and Jason Moran, to name a few, her talents are very much in demand as a songwriter and producer. Amma co-wrote “Just the Way You Are” for Kindred and The Family Soul’s “The Arrival.” In recognition of her community service work, Amma was named a grant recipient of the Miracle Corners of the World Alumni Venture Fund. Amma used her grant to sponsor a youth day of fun for the Egbe Iwa Odo Kunrin/Binrin Rites of Passage program.
Featuring Langston Hughes Poetry
Where the Power is Now and the Spoken Word Lives Forever.
The Mission of the Power Is Now Literary Lounge is to provide a forum for men, women and children all over the world to use the power of the spoken word. We speak positive energy into the universe; inspiring people, setting minds free and blessing lives.
The Power Is Now Literary Lounge is a division of the Power Is Now Foundation, a Nonprofit Organization whose mission is to provide leadership, education, and support to individuals nationwide.
Honoring Langston Hughes
His contributions and life Poetry Readings of Langstons Hughes by Eric L. Frazier & Monet Miles
As I grew Older Children’s Rhymes Poetry by Monette Miles
Poetry by Eric Frazier
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