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XPN Welcomes: The Communion Records Showcase with Allan Rayman, LoLo, Moms, Thee, tip Guys, and John Vettese

January 7th, 2016

XPN Welcomes: The Communion Records Showcase with Allan Rayman, LoLo, moms, Thee, tip men, and John Vettese
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Motivated by the Communion Clubnights in the UK, The Communion Residencyis a month-to-month, multi-genre display of local, nationwide, and intercontinental promising talent. The Communion Residency presently exists in nine U.S. areas including nyc, Nashville, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Louisville, Kansas City, Minneapolis and Rock Island. The residencies offer a platform for singer development as the lineups are handpicked by Communion staff, other artists, and a team of hardcore songs enthusiasts.

at Connie’s Ric Rac
1132 S Ninth Street
Philadelphia, US

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Dickey welcomes Frederic Wehrey

January 10th, 2014

Dickey welcomes Frederic Wehrey
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Wherey's, research focuses on political reform and security issues in the Arab Gulf states, Libya, and U.S. policy in the Middle East. 

His most recent Carnegie publications include: The Struggle for Security in Eastern Libya (2012); The Precarious Ally: Bahrain’s Impasse and U.S. Policy (2013); The Forgotten Uprising in Eastern Saudi Arabia (2013); Perilous Desert: Sources of Saharan Insecurity, co-edited with Anouar Boukhars (2013); and Building Libya’s Security Sector, co-authored with Peter Cole (2013).

Prior to joining Carnegie, Wehrey was a senior policy analyst at the RAND Corporation. He is also a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Air Force Reserve and has completed tours throughout the Middle East and North and East Africa. He routinely briefs U.S. and European governments on Middle East issues and has testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Libya.

His articles have appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, Foreign Affairs, Washington Quarterly, Current History, the International Herald Tribune, Survival, Sada, the Journal of Democracy, the Christian Science Monitor, Financial Times, and the Chicago Journal of International Law. He has been interviewed by major media outlets such as the New York Times, Washington Post, the Christian Science Monitor, PBS NewsHour, NPR, BBC, and CNN.

at Dartmouth College
1 Penn Plz # 2406
Hanover, United States

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Peanut Butter and Jams welcomes Stevesongs

October 7th, 2013

Peanut Butter and Jams welcomes Stevesongs
Event on 2014-02-09 11:30:00

Peanut Butter and Jams welcomes Stevesongs

Steve Roslonek of SteveSongs has been writing and performing his award-winning music for kids and families for the past ten years. Steve blends participatory songs, clever stories and great melodies to create what the Boston Globe called "not just a musical journey but an entertaining, interactive and educational one." A rising star on the national kids' music scene, Steve has delighted audiences throughout the country, including at prestigious venues like Symphony Space in New York City, Wolftrap in Vienna VA, the Kennedy Center and the White House in Washington, D.C., and Fenway Park in Boston. Anyone who’s attended a SteveSongs concert appreciates Steve’s ability to connect with his audience – from the exuberant children flocking towards the stage, to the moms bouncing babies with the beat, to the parents and grandparents singing and grooving along. It’s no wonder he's been called a modern day Pied Piper!

at World Cafe Live
3025 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, United States

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First Lady Michelle Obama Welcomes Kids to a Let’s Move! Event with the LA Galaxy

July 27th, 2012

Before a soccer clinic with the MLS Cup Champion LA Galaxy, First Lady Michelle Obama talks to kids about the importance of being active as a part of staying healthy. May 15, 2012.
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92.9 The Eagle Welcomes Steppenwolf To The Fair

June 19th, 2011

Scott Kaye, Timmo & Mike St. James welcome the crowd to the Open Air Auditorium before the Steppenwolf show at the Nebraska State Fair on Sept-7th, 2009– the last concert ever at the fair in Lincoln. The fair moves to Grand Island in 2010.

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The Real Deal Blogtalk Radio Show: Welcomes ?good Times? Cast Member

April 29th, 2011

The Real Deal Blogtalk Radio Show: Welcomes ?good Times? Cast Member

Bern Nadette Stanis will grace The Real Deal Show ( with her warm presence on Thursday, August 9th. Typically known for her role as Thelma Evens, Bern Nadette Stanis, was the strong talented sister of JJ, who showcased her eloquent dance talents on the hit show ‘Good Times’, which ran in the 70’s. The sitcom background was controversial for an African-American sitcom of its day. Stanis has a much celebrated career in Broadway as an actor and Producer of ‘Whatever Happened to Black Love’. Stanis has written a book entitled: ‘Situations 101’, about dealing with situations that occur in relationships. Stanis has appeared as a panelist and featured author during the Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference in Washington, D.C. Stanis, a health and fitness advocate was also a featured panelist for the Tavis Smiley Road to Health. During the 60 minute segment of The Real Deal Show, Stanis will discuss her book and callers are welcome to dial-in for questions and ‘kudos’.

The Real Deal Blogtalk radio show speaks on issues (concerns) as well as the triumphs of today’s African-American community. Centered on a ‘Living-room’ environment, the show welcomes feedback and queries from Listeners on an array of topics from Poetry to Politics. Please check out this ground braking BlogTalkRadio Show.

The Real Deal Show’s host, Derrick ‘Doughboi’ Strickland, a Chicago native, currently resides in Benton Harbor Michigan with his family, wife, Tasha and daughter, Daijah.

BlogTalkRadio is a platform that extends the blog, allowing any individual to host a live blogshow online. Their service are free to all users, whether you host a blogshow or listen in.

Nicole Hester-Francis is a freelance writer and speaker with nearly 10 years of shared knowledge in the area’s of Marketing Communications, Public Relations, Brand Management and Promotions.

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President Obama Welcomes the Chicago Blackhawks

April 10th, 2011

The President honors the 2010 Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks in a ceremony at the White House. March 11, 2011.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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Seattle Washington Real Estate Welcomes You

March 13th, 2010

Seattle Washington real estate has much to offer, whether you’re looking for your first home or hoping to relocate to a thriving city with steady job and housing value increases. Seattle is the sort of place where LEED-certified “green” buildings abound, couriers ride bicycles rather than trucks, and the local government puts cultural preservation above profit. Fishermen on Puget Sound reel in the catch of the day, while engineers work on giant Boeing jet planes. It’s a hotbed of music (most notably the 1990s grunge movement) and the home of Starbucks and Seattle’s Best coffee. You can pick up homemade cheese and fresh grown vegetables from the Pike Place Farmer’s Market or check out the futuristic Space Needle on Broad Street. Traveling by ferry will give you a breathtaking view of the Olympia and Cascade mountain ranges or you may want to cruise in style aboard the Victoria Clipper. History buffs will enjoy a tour of Tillicum Native American Village or one of Bill Speidel’s underground boat tours, which shows the Seattle storefronts of 1889 before the great fire. From trendy villages to distinguished symphonies, it seems Seattle real estate has it all. Yet there are a number of suburbs to accommodate the growing number of people looking to move here.

East Side Seattle real estate encompasses all the cities between Lake Washington and Lake Sammamish: Bellevue, Issaquah, Kirkland, Newcastle, Mercer Island, Redmond and Sammamish itself. These cities were once the home of the local logging and mining industry, due to their close proximity to the water, but expanded to farm berries and dairy cows just before World War II. Once the post-war housing boom hit, these communities housed many of the new residents. The growth of East Side Seattle Washington real estate has been propelled forward by the growing number of high-tech companies roosting here. For instance, Microsoft, T-Mobile, Nintendo, AT&T Mobility, InfoSpace and Expedia all have centers locally. Additionally, the major regional offices of Boeing, Verizon Wireless, Google, Yahoo, Walt Disney and Fox Sports are situated in East Side communities. Biotech and medical companies like Amgen, Icos and Merck offer numerous jobs to area residents. Video game and media companies are plentiful too – like Warner Brothers, Sony Online, Monolith Productions, Sucker Punch, Valve Corporation and Bungie. It’s no wonder that many successful business moguls – Bill Gates (Microsoft founder), Paul Allen (Microsoft co-founder), John Stanton (Western Wireless), Craig McCaw (AT&T) and Steve Ballmer (Microsoft CEO) – made their homes in some of the more prestigious East Side neighborhoods.

Just off the coast of Seattle Washington real estate are a number of wondrous islands that offer a vacation atmosphere. For instance, Bainbridge Island has grown from a farming community to a high-class suburb. If you dream of driving down country roads past gardens, strolling through historic towns full of quaint cafes and one-of-a-kind retail shops, then Bainbridge is the place for you. While there are many country things to do – hiking through Bloedel Reserve, biking, horseback riding and golfing – you can also enjoy big city arts at the Performing Arts Center and the Arts & Crafts Gallery. Vashon Island also offers shops, art galleries, cottages and beautiful views of Puget Sound. Langley Island and Whidbey Island are two other options for enjoying the Seattle vibe, while partaking in both nature and artistic revelries. For the adventurers, the San Juan Islands are just a hop, skip and a jump away, where you can watch the amazing Orca whale migration, explore your surroundings via sea-kayak and comb the sandy beaches.

Lastly, the Queen Anne Seattle real estate region boasts some of the most affluent homes on the market. Queen Anne Hill offers stunning views of downtown, Mount Rainier, Puget Sound, the Olympic Mountains, Lake Union and the Cascade Mountains. The homes of upper Queen Anne are traditional Victorians, while lower Queen Anne Seattle real estate overlooks the lovely Lake Union. This self-contained suburb just five minutes North of Seattle Washington real estate seemingly has it all: the Space Needle, the Pacific Science Center, the Experience Music Project, the Science Fiction Museum and the Key Arena, where the Seattle Storm and the Seattle Thunderbirds play.

Whether you’re new to town or unsure where you’d like to relocate, ask your local Seattle Washington real estate agent to show you around.

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