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Twenty-eight year old L.A. native Mozart Jones is the mind behind Mozart Jones Entertainment. This DJ/producer/rapper runs his own internet radio station, works as stage crew and sound manager and owns a film production company. Jones also turns out the beats for some major labels and artists.
The mission, says Jones, is to make good music with hot ass beats. In this business, we have old school, hip-hop, R&B, pop, rock and more. Mozart Jones Entertainment is bursting with talent and always seeking to add more to the roster. The stated goal is to climb to the top and stand as a true contender among the major labels. The group is already working with artists through Def Jam and Disney but is always willing to tackle talent from any origin. Jones has also worked with Aftermath Entertainment/Interscope Records and has experience with J Records, BET, ESPN to name a few.
Jones states, “I try to make music that will have a universal appeal and it’s always been my desire to make music for the world.”
Robert Scanlan was born in Chicago and completed his MBA at USC in Los Angeles, where he resided for forty-seven years, until recently moving to Phoenix.
He is the recipient of two liver and one kidney transplant. Following his recovery, Bob returned to school to become a life coach. He has spoken to civic groups,nursing colleges & hospital nurses as part of their continuing education program and the general public on the experience of being a transplant recipient and the need for organ donors. He is a volunteer ambassador for Donate Life both in California and now in Arizona.
His memoir Tigers Under My Bed, Life Lessons Tamed During Three Organ Transplants is an inspiration and learning tool for transplant patients, their families amd those undergoing life-changing trauma.
Patrick Daniel is the author of 'Finding Your Road to Success - How to get there without getting lost', a self-help motivational and inspirational book aimed at shattering the notion that success is a myth.
Patrick became something close to independently wealthy by the tender age of 30. But what is even more admirable about Patrick is that he realized at a young age that true success is achieving goals that are more than monetary.
As a successful chartered accountant and owner of his own accounting company, the author's credentials are unquestionably well suited for this book.
'Finding Your Road to Success' is a must-read for anyone who needs a shot of optimism. "Life is filled with solutions, not problems" is at the core of Patrick's "glass half-full" attitude, and you'll find this attitude with every turn of the page.
January Jones-Mystery at The Fair!
Her books run the gamut from SciFi and Fantasy to Contemporary to Halloween and Christmas stories. She’s published two novels, The Gulliver Station series, three collections of short stories and has been included in three different anthologies.
Connie began writing in response to a challenge from her daughter in October 2011 and has been hooked ever since.
Robert Winfree and Mark Radulich host a special full season review of the latest collaboration between Netflix and Marvel, Jessica Jones!
Marvel's Jessica Jones, or simply Jessica Jones, is an American web television series created for Netflix by Melissa Rosenberg, based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. It is set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), sharing continuity with the films of the franchise, and is the second in a series of shows that will lead up to a Defenders crossover miniseries. The series is produced by Marvel Television in association with ABC Studios and Tall Girls Productions, with Rosenberg serving as showrunner.
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MEET: Zaheen Nanji's new release The Resilience Reflex is engaging and not only provides 8 keys to overcoming barriers, but outlines Zaheen’s 3-step signature system.
Reading this book will inspire you to find solutions to your most pressing personal and professional challenges. The book includes inspiring success stories and self-assessment questions that help the reader discover their limiting patterns and how they can change them.
When an ethnic group migrates to another country, the group brings its language and culture, which includes food, clothing, and religion. This can be an opportunity for sharing information and learning about one another's history. Or it can create an unpleasant clash of cultures and a hostile power struggle, depending upon how each side views and treats the other. Tony Jones, Executive Director of the Centre for Social Justice and Development Inc., is also Chairman of the National Unity Commission which has been tasked to investigate impediments to unity in Guyana. Today, he'll take a look at the Indianization of the Caribbean. What do we do when immigration creates a clash of cultures and a struggle for dominance? How can we create unity through mutual respect
Meet: Judith Redline Coopey, author of Redfield Farm: a Novel of the Underground Railroad.
After a twenty-two year teaching career, she returned to her life-long passion, writing. The result has been a series of five historical novels, each a unique story in itself.
The first, Redfield Farm, a Novel of Underground Railroad, tells the story of Ann Redfield, a young Quaker women lured into the clandestine world of the Underground Railroad by her brother.