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Fresh off their newest seasons finale; Join us this week as we chat with Crystal Chappell, creator of the Emmy Award winning webseries Venice The Series. Also joining Chappell for chat will be some of your favorite cast members!
After 4 seasons in, tune in to find out what's in store for Venice and your favorite characters.
For all things Venice visit venicetheseries.com
in this episode of Coffee with Conrad
Venice votes to leave Italy.
Military is tight lipped about Jesus
World Vision Repents
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First Segment: Regina Robinson & Pamelia Stanley of Empowered Women Accountable To Each Other
If you love for women to empower one another? These two ladies are just what the doctor ordered.
Second Segment: Dr. Venice L. Mccoy
Tune in to hear 3 Life Principles for winning in life, even when the odds are not in your favor...
Third Segment: Shakira Chi
Author Spotlight featuring a story of an overcommer
Join Petulia Melideo of Context Travel as she shares tips on how to avoid non-certified and illegal guides at the Vatican plus how to find your way in Venice.
You'll learn how to identify non-certified guides, how to avoid them, getting into the Vatican without waiting in a 3+ hour line, and the unfortunate result of your tour if you get caught with a non-certified guide.
We then switch to discuss how to get around beautiful Venice once you step out of the train station. You'll learn how to get to your hotel, how to find your bearings, which maps are the best option and as importantly which maps aren't a good option.
This episode came as a request from a listener of the How to Tour Italy show. Thank you Evangelina for a wonderful topic idea. I hope Petulia and I answered your questions well.
Keep the show topics coming.
On this Quality of Life episode, fashion designer Aggie Garcia chats with Big Blend Radio hosts Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith about her recent visit to Italy, along with the fashion and clothing finds she discovered there. Aggie traveled to Rome, Florence and Venice. As owner of Illusions by Aggie, Aggie creates custom high quality bikinis and figure competition suits. She is a frequent guest on Big Blend Radio, and her article about Italy's Fashion Trends will be in the upcoming April issue of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine.
This interview originally aired on March 15, 2015, on Big Blend Radio's Champagne Sundays variety show!
Join host Shelly Wilson for this journey into consciousness with Venice B. Wright.
Venice B. Wright is an intuitive educator, speaker and visionary to those who are seeking success with balance in personal development and business within the 4 quadrants of life health, wealth, relationships and spirituality.
Venice is passionate about empowering people who are serious about creating the life of their dreams doing what they love. By shifting their mindset and enforcing her “No Excuse Accepted” approach, she has led many to take control and responsibility of their current circumstances, get unstuck, take action and build the life and business the always dreamed of while making more money than they ever dreamed possible.
She has dedicated her life to helping others discover and understand universal laws and teach them how to put into action the tools, strategies, and resources that create extraordinary results and achieve the freedom of creating their own reality with amazing levels of personal fulfillment.
Venice is the owner and founder of Say MMM…to Success, LLC. A catalyst for change and a strategist for success, her bold, feisty and fun approach allows her clients to relax into being who they truly are and take the necessary actions to create huge transformations in their lives and their income.
CJ Johnson is an award-winning writer, actor, director, photographer, and producer based in Los Angeles, California. His past work includes: film, television, music videos, commercials, feature documentaries, and original web content. His background in journalism and marketing/advertising has helped him create a diverse body of creative works.
As entertainment and technology evolves, C.J. has been on the front lines, focusing on bridging the gap between the entertainment and tech worlds. By using creative strategies and social media tips/insight, C.J. has been able to help startups, small businesses, entertainment professionals, and entrepreneurs move forward C.J. is also a Certified Social Media Specialist.
Andre Boyer -
Andre Boyer is an award winning Actor and Producer. His TV credits include “Trophy Wife,” “Rake,” “Everybody Hates Chris,” and “Hello Ladies,” and his most recent film credits includes a three Indie picture deal with Afflatus Productions, where he starred alongside actors Paula Jai Parker (“Hustle & Flow”), Jackie Long (“ATL,” “Real Husbands of Hollywood”), and Jason Weaver (“ATL,” “Lion King”).
Boyer currently produces web-series "Venice Boulevard," a mockumentary style comedy following three D-list celebrities trying for a comeback in Los Angeles, which has nearly 70K followers on twitter. Previously, he received sponsorship from HTC to shoot "Maelstrom," a horror short shot exclusively on the HTC ONE M8. The short film won best film at the SUPER 9 Mobile Film Festival and was recently nominated at Burbank International Film fest for best mobile film.
Lucy Branch is a director of her family’s firm Antiques Bronze Ltd, one of the UK’s leading conservation and restoration companies. She has a degree in History of Art with Material Studies and a Masters from The Royal College of Art and the Victoria & Albert Museum. Branch is an accredited member of the Institute of Conservation. Lucy lives with her husband and their three children in North London.
About the book:
Abigail Argent stands out. Some people notice that she always wears gloves and shudder when they know why. The ones who know her best notice her ability with metal. Abigail's particular talent lies in the colouring of alloys, for seeing the beauty in a plain piece of metal and being able to draw it out. Her study leads her to discover a connection between her own craft and that of her favourite childhood myth: changing lead into gold. Moving to Venice, Abigail continues to uncover more about the history of her trade while making friends, and a lover, whose lives become inextricably linked with her own. But her abilities soon peak the interests of a powerful group, determined to guard the secret that she may unwittingly expose. Delving into the deepest secrets of ancient Italy, Abigail's story will take everything you think you know about alchemy and turn it on its head.
Nicolas has been editing for 20 years, mostly in the UK and France.Machination, the first film Nicolas edited prior to film school was nominated for a BAFTA Award in 1995. Until after film school, he edited over 20 award winning short films including Andrea Arnold’s Academy Award winning Wasp in 2005, which also won over 36 other prizes including The Sundance Special Jury Prize.Nicolas has collaborated closely with Andrea Arnold on features that have collectively won the Cannes Jury Prize, Best Newcomer BAFTA and five BAFTA Scotland awards in 2006 (Red Road), the Cannes Jury Prize and a Best British Film BAFTA in 2009 (Fish Tank) and the Golden Osella Award in Venice 2011 (Wuthering Heights). Other credits include academy award winner Kevin McDonald’s feature documentary My Enemy’s Enemy, The Crimson Wing (the inaugurating wildlife feature film from label Disney Nature, helmed by Matthew Aeberhard and Leander Ward) and All Good Children with director Alicia Duffy (Director’s Fortnight, Cannes 2010). Most recently Nicolas has worked with Working Title and Studio Canal on academy award nominee Hossain Amini’s directorial debut – The Two Faces of January after completing one of the four Cultural Olympiad films, The Odyssey, directed by BAFTA award winner Asif Kapadia (The Warrior, Senna). He also edited Still Alice and is currently working with French artist Philippe Parreno.In his spare time, he is still actively involved with the NFTS, lecturing and teaching editors to help improve their skills, as well as having lectured for the following institutions : Script Factory, London Film School, Channel Four, Norway Film Institute, BAFTA and The British Council. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Save Venice Inc., based in New York with an office in Venice, has raised more than 20 million dollars to restore over 400 works of art and architecture in Venice. Every year, the Board of Save Venice, including a Projects Committee of renowned experts, selects restoration projects in collaboration with the Venetian Superintendencies of Monuments, Fine Arts and Museums. Save Venice currently has more than 30 projects underway throughout the city, made possible with support from individuals, foundations, and Chapters in Boston and California.
Save Venice Inc. was established in response to the serious damage caused by the November 1966 floods – the highest tide in Venice in the last century.
Originally the Venice Committee of the International Fund for Monuments, Save Venice became an independent, charitable organization in 1971. The founders were an extraordinary trio: John McAndrew (1904–78), Professor of Art History at Wellesley College; his wife, Betty Bartlett McAndrew (1906–86); and Sydney J. Freedberg (1914–97), Chairman of the Department of Art at Harvard and Chief Curator Emeritus of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Their successors, now spread across the United States and the globe, have made Save Venice by far the largest and most active committee preserving the cultural patrimony of Venice.
The board of Save Venice chooses which projects to sponsor according to artistic merit and urgency of need. The conservation treatments are carried out by carefully selected restorers in Venice, and the restorers’ work is supervised both by the Superintendency and by Save Venice representatives. This attention to detail assures that donations are tracked at each step of the restoration process and are used wisely.