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Stephanie Salvo began writing and singing at a young age and aspired to share her music with the world. At the age of 16 she was signed to her first independent label and began preforming out of high school opening for acts such as Vanilla Ice, Juvenile, ESG and many more.
At the age of 27, SALVO works as a hairstylist/makeup artist during the day and stays on her music grind during her time off . "I've been in the game for a while and I still have stars in my eyes... I WILL share what I see with the world." Stephanie Salvo proves to be a quadruple threat with her soulful vocals, intellectually stimulating rhymes and raw production.
"Music is my soul and I will continue to make music until the day I die"
As a producer SALVO has been wrekin beats for about 3 years and continues to work hard in perfecting her craft as a producer as well as an artist, "I am never 100% satisfied and that helps me grow daily as an artist." SALVO hopes to share and collaborate with other producers and artists alike to go above and beyond.
Hey Sac Town! Come find us LIVE in person for an all new PUB*CRAWL at Skipolini's Pizza in Folsom. We'll have the pleasure in talking with Film Stud Matt Salvo. Come in and try the world famous Prego Pizza and say hi to us as we talk sports, movies, beer, & cocktails! Find us on facebook: Premium Blend Radio, twitter@Sf49erdad22 or to my website:
Join us for a conversation with Anthony Di Salvo, Founder and Executive Director of Sprout, a private, non-profit organization that offers innovative programming related to the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). Sprout's travel program for people with I/DD, serves over 1,800 people annually, and the Make-A-Movie Program has produced several award-winning videos featuring people with developmental disabilities as actors and as subjects of documentaries. Sprout Film Festival, the first and only festival to exclusively showcase films featuring people with developmental disabilities, tours the US and Canada. Sproutflix is the only distributor of films specifically and exclusively related to the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities.
We'll disuss everythig Sprout, Anthony's passion and work, travel, storytelling through documentaries and films, how individuals with I/DD become involved, and the difference it makes in their lives and the lives of others.
PA Independent Living Radio Show is brought to you Fridays at 12:00 pm EST by The Arc of Luzerne County. Please consider a donation in support of our work to help improve the quality of life for people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and their families.
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Sunday's season finale episode of 'Once Upon A Time' was the best two hours I've seen from the series since S1! Rumplestilskin the hero, Emma's dark side and Zelena back in her cage- anything can happen next season!
Join me tonight with my special guests 'EverAfter Podcast' hosts Rob, Martha & little 7 year-old Molly as we dissect the final salvo of S4 and the entire season.
Join independent author, blogger and social media professional Dariaanne for Writestream Tuesday on April 2 at 1 p.m. Eastern when she welcomes authors Carla Salvo and Suzanne Novak to the show.
The author of Just Say The Word and the forthcoming The Dutchman's Son, Carla's work can be found at Andante Publishing and Piccolina Publishing.
Suzanne Novak's character novel Moon Tide is set in the quaint shoreline town of Madison, CT and follows the ups and downs of various characters as they make their way through life. It enjoys a five-star rating on Amazon.
Dariaanne will speak with the authors about their work, the writing process, the ever-changing publishing industry and the ways in which they market their books.
As always, the chat room will be open and the host and guests welcome your calls at (347) 945-7246.
Mike Huckabee is aesthetically irritating and electorally counterproductive; Mitt Romney isn't running, Jeb Bush is chortling with glee, and Chris Christie is falling down in more ways than one; meanwhile, Scott Walker is off and running and might as well be...riding a horse, like the last GOP POTUS to do so; The era of Big Obama Government is not over; The Senate GOP fires the first 2016-table-setting salvo at the White House by approving the Keystone XL pipeline; and Loretta Lynch proves herself, in the words of Odin, "UNWORTHY! UNWORTHY! UNWORTHY!" of confirmation as the next Attorney-General of the United States, and Senate Republicans have a duty to send her nomination down in flames.
Constitution Corner: Georgetown Law Professor and card-carrying Obamunist Jonathan Turley on the Obama Tyranny, and Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) on A-G nominee Loretta Lynch's endorsement of it and why her nomination must be defeated, and Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore strikes Christophobic judicial tyranny again; 5-year-old girl killed by "mysterious" vaccine-resistant flu; Health official says "mysterious" measles outbreak came from "overseas"; "Violence and brawling have become a regular way of life for the people of Ferguson, Missouii"; Mexican peso and Brazilian real collapsinng; Fading majority of Americans still reject amnesty; Venezuela's self-inflicted socialist misery; Russian war against Ukraine rages on; California DMV ordered to overlook identity theft by illegal aliens; Islamic Fundamentalism on the march from Saudi Arabia to Libya to right here in Obamerikastan; Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal on Muslim immigration: "It's not immigration, it's invasion"; Democrats stand with Islam against Christians and Jews; Barack Obama's ongoing attempt to overthrow Benjamin Netanyahu; The high cost of the Obamidency in jobs, wealth, and freedom; Pentagon tapes reveal Democrats' intentions regarding Benghazi, Libya, Gadhafi; Mitt Romney bows out, Scott Walker emerges; the 114th Congress fires it's first salvo at The One, and its name is Keystone XL; and JASmius eats some crow that isn't so delicious.
The Arizona Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that a lawsuit challenging the legality of the state’s Medicaid expansion could proceed, dealing a setback to one of Gov. Jan Brewer’s signature initiatives less than a week before she leaves office.
The new film “Selma,” directed by Ava DuVernay, has won rave reviews and awards buzz for its depiction of the tense maneuvering surrounding the protests in that small town in March 1965, as Dr. King (played by David Oyelowo) contended with racist authorities in Alabama as well as factions inside the civil rights movement.
The charge began on Dec. 22, three days before the movie’s release, when Mark K. Updegrove, the director of the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum, wrote an article in Politico saying that the film was trying to “bastardize one of the most hallowed chapters in the civil rights movement.” A few days later, Joseph A. Califano Jr., a former top domestic aide to Johnson, issued another salvo, in The Washington Post, accusing the filmmakers of deliberately ignoring the historical record.New York Times 2015
Happy New year 2015 !
Join Daria DiGiovanni, published author and Parasol Creations partner on Thursday, April 21 as she welcomes author Carla Salvo to the Writestream Author Chat.
She'll chat with Salvo about her new murder/mystery thriller Just Say The Word, from Andante Publishing. As always, we welcome your questions and comments at 909-362-8228, and your participation in the twitter live chat using hashtag #writestream.
Join Daria DiGiovanni and guest Carla Salvo next Thursday, April 21 at 11 a.m. Eastern!
Diane Goldstein is a retired Lieutenant from Redondo Beach P.D. and currently spokesperson for and Board of Director’s member of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition. As would be hoped, LEAP is committed to taking a leading role in convincing the general public to support the marijuana legalization initiative that is most likely to be on the 2016 California ballot.
Diane Goldstein has authored an OPED that has been published at sfgate.com and is slated to be published in several other publications. The OPED is an opening salvo in what is the beginning of a campaign by LEAP to educate the voters on why they should support the legalization of marijuana.
The actual regulations and technicalities are yet to be decided, but right now is the perfect time to educate them on why it should be legal. After that is done, then the nuts and bolts on whatever is on the ballot can be explained to voters who already understand that marijuana should be legal and now need to support its actual implementation.
To see Diane Goldstein’s oped, go to: http://www.sfgate.com/opinion/article/Marijuana-legalization-a-step-toward-social-5848468.php
The second part of the show will feature a round table discussion on the Nov. 4 election here in California and around the country. A look at the statewide offices and ballot measures as they relate to marijuana issues will be considered with the latest polling info on the legalization measures in Alaska, Oregon and Washington D.C. Your comments on the election will be of interest and you are encouraged to call into the show with them to 657-383-0011.
Join us for our pro talk segment on Sports With The StatMan on Wednesday night.
Hockey is finally back on the ice and we already have a couple of local vs. local matchups. The Islanders and Rangers meet at Madison Square Garden to renew acquaintances, while the Flyers had a tough time against the Bruins and Devils last week. We welcome Lighthouse Hockey's Dan Saraceni back to the program to talk about the Islanders renewing of the rivalry against the Rangers, the Isles chances in the last year at the Coliseum, and the new ownership group poised to take over.
The first big salvo of the NFC East season played itself out on Sunday night between the Giants and Eagles in Philadelphia. We break down the much-awaited matchup, trash-talking aside. We talk about our local teams and go around the league for Week 6.
The League Championship Series have begun in both leagues. The American League has teams foreign to recent LCS in Kansas City and Baltimore, while it is the old guard over in the National League, with San Francisco and St. Louis. Who has the upper hand?
Listen live this Wednesday night at 11pm ET or download the podcast here. "Like" the show on Facebook. Follow the show on Twitter (@gstatman) for the latest updates. You can also download the show on iTunes from your PC or mobile device in the iTunes Store, as well as Stitcher. And, the Random Musings blog is always on.
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