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Joshua Shapiro and Katrina Head (website) are The Crystal Skull Explorers
The Crystal Skulls are considered to be one of the world's greatest mysteries. Since the end of the 19th century, when the first crystal skulls were put on public display; these crystalline objects continue to intrigue many people all over the world. Yet, at the same time they are generally ignored by the archaeologists and scientists. Most of these human-sized (or larger) crystal skulls have been uncovered near or within ancient ruins in Mexico and Central America. Within recent times, we continue to hear about new skulls that are surfacing. What is going on around these quartz objects?
Amy Shapiro wrote a book called The Music That Gave Me a Voice. Ms. Shapiro says she wrote the book “to express to the world how music changed my life for the better.” At 3 years old doctors discovered a brain tumor which they said caused Amy’s epilepsy. Her parents decided to remove the tumor, and since then, Shapiro says she has had a life changing experience. She has been able to access resources which have helped her succeed. Though she still has some challenges, she credits music as a way to cope and communicate. While still in high school, she was able to help educate others, including peers with autism, on how to use music in different ways. Shapiro says she hopes her book will make a positive impact by providing hope to others.
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About: Suzanne E. Shapiro
Author Suzanne E. Shapiro traces the origins of the modern manicure as a radical gesture in style and follows it through today’s culture of ubiquitous nail salons and edgy experiments in nail art, showing how at every turn the manicure has reflected larger style trends as well as changing ideals of femininity. Nails draws on an incredible range of pop cultural images, from early 20th-century beauty manuals and classic Hollywood glamour shots to hip-hop music videos and fine art. It also features gorgeous nail-centric images from iconic fashion photographers including Nickolas Muray, Richard Avedon, and Helmut Newton. A series of contemporary photo essays rounds out the volume with an international survey of the most vital pockets of manicure culture today, from hipster nails in London to outré nail art in Tokyo. Unique, accessible, and authoritative, Nails brilliantly connects the painted nail to the history of women’s fashion and the evolution of beauty.
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Ben Shapiro is the editor-in-chief of TruthReveolt.Org and editor-at-large of breitbart.org. He is the host of The Ben Shapiro Show on KTTH 770 in Seattle and the cohost of The Morning Answer on KRLA 870 in Los Angeles. He is also the best-selling author of six books, including his latest book, The People vs. Barack Obama: The Criminal Case Against The Obama Administration.
Jason L. Riley is an editorial board member of the Wall Street Journal, a Fox News contributor, and the husband of writer Naomi Schaeffer Riley. Jason Riley’s latest book is titled Please Stop Helping Us: How Liberals Make It Harder for Blacks to Succeed.
NOTHING LIKE A DAME: Conversations with the Great Women of Musical Theater (February 2014) is a collection of exclusive interviews with twenty of the greatest leading women of Broadway, by journalist Eddie Shapiro. “The history of musical theater is full of incredible, indelible female roles,” writes Elaine Paige in her Foreword to NOTHING LIKE A DAME. “Elphaba, Cassie, Reno Sweeney, Nellie Forbush, Millie Dill¬mount, Marian the Librarian, Effie White, Ruth Sherwood, Lorelei Lee…NOTHING LIKE A DAME features women who have devoted the majority of their careers to theater and have won at least one Tony Award. It includes Shapiro's experience interviewing the “cantankerous, outspoken, and utterly charming” Elaine Stritch over tea at the Carlyle on Thanksgiving Day, chatting with the eighty-four year old Angela Lansbury in her Manhattan apartment, and asking Patti LuPone about her start in acting while eating her home-baked bread. Each interview is guided by Shapiro's expert knowledge of these women's careers, Broadway lore, and the details of some of Broadway's most famous (and infamous) musicals. Here also are icons like Chita Rivera, who describes the experience of starring in musicals for the past seven decades, right alongside contemporary Broadway stars like Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth, who discuss their roles in the smash-hit Wicked. This collection includes dozens of photographs of the actresses in their best-known roles, making it a must-have for theater lovers. Eddie Shapiro is the author and editor of Nothing Like a Dame: Conversations with the Great Women of Musical Theater.
Thea Lilu is a contemporary writer, producer, arranger and vocalist. Born in Caracas, Venezuela she later moved to Slovenia and now resides in the US.
Her love for music and performing began as a young child when at the age of eight she began composing her own music. Thea performed Opera, Nessun Dorma, at the age of 13 in a school play and at the age of 14 recorded her first CD, Dreams Come True and later, Say His Name. Thea was accepted at the Berlee College of Music in Boston and moved to the US.
This talented young woman joined the Rhythm of the Universe group, composed of over 200 musicians from 90 different countries, representing the face of her mother country Slovenia,. On the tenth anniversary of 9/11, ROTU was honored to perform at the memorial services.
Thea is one huge talent. Her love for art of any kind shines through. Not only a talented singer and composer, Thea Lilu can draw and is currently writing her first novel. Watch out world – Thea Lilu has hit the stage.
In Nothing Like a Dame, theater journalist Eddie Shapiro opens a jewelry box full of glittering surprises through in-depth conversations with twenty leading women of Broadway. He selected Tony Award-winning stars that have spent the majority of their careers in theater.
The women he interviewed spent hours with him discussing their careers, offering insights into the iconic shows, changes on Broadway over the last century and the art (and thrill) of taking the stage,. Chita Rivera describes starring in musicals the last seven decades; Audra McDonald gives her thoughts on the work that went into the five Tony Awards she won before turning forty-one, Carol Channing reflects on how she revisited the same starring role generation after generation.
This fascinating collection reveals the artistic genius and human experience of the women who have made Broadway musicals,
Rabbi Shapiro is the rabbi @ Temple Emanuel in Tempe and is often called to counsel those with serious illnesses.
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