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by BWW News Desk - Sep 9, 2014
NABE, the National Association of Book Entrepreneurs, now celebrating 34 years of helping publishers market and promote their books, has just announced the winners of the Summer 2014 Pinnacle Book Achievement Awards. These awards have been given for more than 28 years and honor some of the finest independently-published and small press books in a wide variety of different fields including Children's Interest, Fiction, Novel, Memoir, Self-Help, Health, How-To, Inspirational, and more. This Summer's winners include 'A Wellness Guide For the Digital Age: With Safer Tech Solutions for All Things Wired & Wireless' by Kerry Crofton, 'The Kid Who Beat Wall Street and Saved Africa' by Ginger Heller, 'The Crew Goes Coconuts: A Capt. No Beard Story' by Carole P. Roman, 'Commit To Get Fit' by Laura Dion-Jones, 'Grace of Gratitude Journal' by Deborah Perdue, 'Caught In a Web' by A.J. Shaw, 'Corporate Escape: The Rise of the New Entrepreneur' by Maite Baron, 'Saving Superman' by Kathleen Sales,' and 'Last Train Home: An Orphan Train Story ' by Renee Wendinger. For the complete list of winners, please visit http://www.bookmarketingprofits.com/PinnacleAwardsSummer2014.html
by Movies News Desk - Sep 27, 2013
In Richie's Fantastic Five: Kurosawa, Mizoguchi, Ozu, Yanagimachi & Kore-eda, Japan Society's Film Program honors Richie's legacy, presenting five timeless classics and hard-to-see gems over five months in glorious 35mm presentations. Curated by Hirano, a former Japan Society Film Program Director, the series highlights five seminal Japanese directors, who first became known throughout the world through Richie's work. Co-presented with The Japan Foundation, the series launches with Akira Kurosawa's High and Low (October 18); continuing with Kenji Mizoguchi's The Life of Oharu(November 16); Yasujiro Ozu's Equinox Flower (December 12), screening on Ozu's birthday and the 50th anniversary of his death; Mitsuo Yanagimachi's Himatsuri (January 24), unavailable on DVD; and Hirokazu Kore-eda's After Life (February 19), marking the one-year anniversary of Richie's death.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 22, 2015
Established more than six decades ago, Ballet Folklórico de México has represented its country on the world's most renowned stages. It has reached audiences on a global scale with its wide repertoire of dance rooted in Mexican folklore, and earned a number of awards in Mexico and abroad.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 22, 2015
Established more than six decades ago, Ballet Folklorico de Mexico has represented its country on the world's most renowned stages. It has reached audiences on a global scale with its wide repertoire of dance rooted in Mexican folklore, and earned a number of awards in Mexico and abroad.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 17, 2013
Though Dance New Amsterdam (DNA) filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy this past May, the organization had a successful first filing and continues forward while working with its community ties and partnerships. Artistic and Executive Director Catherine Peila has announced an exciting roster of both new and returning artists as part of DNA PRESENTS 2013-14 season. To kick off the season, a launch party today, September 17, 2013 will feature performances from season artists and special guests DJ's.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 8, 2013
A survivor of four layoffs before he became a nationally certified career counselor and nationally sought out reemployment expert, Damian Birkel is committed to making finding a job easier—and a whole lot less stressful. In THE JOB SEARCH CHECKLIST: Everything You Need to Know to Get Back to Work After a Layoff (AMACOM; October 2013; $16.00 Paperback), Birkel arms the downsized and ousted with a winning battle plan, developed and tested in the trenches of unemployment. Built around the author's proven 7-Step Job Search Plan, the book delivers key strategies for navigating the rough road to reemployment, reinforced with itemized checklists of the specific actions needed to master critical issues, both practical and emotional. Writing to every reader reeling from confidence- and life-shattering blows to professional identity and earning power, Birkel assures: “It will guide you through the step-by-step process of finding a job, while providing hope and validation.”
by BWW News Desk - Oct 25, 2013
In his incisive new book, 'The Self-Creating Universe', award-winning author J.J. Clarke explores a middle ground between the two seemingly conflicting fields of science and spirituality. In reconciling these often opposing domains, Clarke introduces readers to new ways of thinking about the world and our place in it. He proposes in an open-minded and undogmatic way that in the current global crisis, with continual conflicts over fundamental beliefs and values, there is a new way of thinking about the world which can inspire inquiring minds seeking a more hopeful road to our future on this planet.
by TV News Desk - Oct 2, 2013
H2 presents BIG HISTORY, a new series that will dare to reveal one grand unified theory for how every event throughout history is connected.
by BWW - Oct 18, 2015
Upcoming Shows - Week of 10/18/2015 for Mesa
by Movies News Desk - Oct 18, 2013
In Richie's Fantastic Five: Kurosawa, Mizoguchi, Ozu, Yanagimachi & Kore-eda, Japan Society's Film Program honors Richie's legacy, presenting five timeless classics and hard-to-see gems over five months in glorious 35mm presentations. Curated by Hirano, a former Japan Society Film Program Director, the series highlights five seminal Japanese directors, who first became known throughout the world through Richie's work. Co-presented with The Japan Foundation, the series launches with Akira Kurosawa's High and Low (October 18); continuing with Kenji Mizoguchi's The Life of Oharu(November 16); Yasujiro Ozu's Equinox Flower (December 12), screening on Ozu's birthday and the 50th anniversary of his death; Mitsuo Yanagimachi's Himatsuri (January 24), unavailable on DVD; and Hirokazu Kore-eda's After Life (February 19), marking the one-year anniversary of Richie's death.
by Louisa Brady - Oct 13, 2014
GLEE's Harry Shum Jr. chats with BroadwayWorld about judging on the upcoming truTV competition series FAKE OFF.
by Gary Naylor - Nov 28, 2013
Gary Naylor sees a modern classic - perhaps the first modern classic
by BWW News Desk - Nov 24, 2013
Decatur, Illinois and the surrounding areas will be able to watch the award-winning Net Worth Commerce with Terry Bradshaw program this month. The city is located in the center of the state which makes it a logistically strategic place for many corporate headquarters. Its economy has changed from one of manufacturing to one which is more service-oriented. Its top economic driver is agriculture due to being near the Sangamon River and Lake Decatur. Residents and visitors in the area can catch the top-notch cable television program on WRSP-TV a Fox-affiliated television station.
by Carrie Dunn - Nov 20, 2014
We talk to the West End actor about the importance of musical theatre, Forbidden Broadway, and why he loves Christmas...
by TV News Desk - Nov 2, 2013
H2 presents BIG HISTORY, a new series that will dare to reveal one grand unified theory for how every event throughout history is connected. The 10-hour series will premiere tonight, November 2 at 10PM ET on H2. BIG HISTORY is narrated by critically acclaimed, three-time Emmy winning actor Bryan Cranston and produced in collaboration with the Big History Project - a free, online course from Professor David Christian and Bill Gates.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Nov 18, 2015
With the end of semester quickly approaching, even college actors are immersing themselves in study in preparation for finals - and Vanderbilt University's Nick Mecikalski is certainly no exception. But, somehow, Nick managed the time to answer our questions and to give us a glimpse into his theatrical life on the Nashville campus of Vanderbilt University, a place he's made quite the name for himself in productions as varied as Metamorphoses, Titus Andronicus, Much Ado About Nothing and Wit.
by BWW News Desk - May 9, 2014
NABE, the National Association of Book Entrepreneurs, now celebrating 34 years of helping publishers market and promote their books, has just announced the winners of the Spring 2014 Pinnacle Book Achievement Awards. These awards have been given for more than 28 years and honor some of the finest independently-published books in a wide variety of different fields including Children's Interest, Fiction, Novel, Memoir, Self-Help, Health, How-To, Inspirational, and more. This Spring's winners include Dana Wilde, author of 'Train Your Brain,' Carole P. Roman, author of 'If You Were Me and Lived in France,' Chad Wallace, author of 'The Mouse and the Meadow,' Giulio Veglio, author of 'Unwrapping Your Gift,' Rev. Dr. Mushtaq Jaafri, author of 'I'm Free! Techniques To Bypass the Mind and Free the Soul,' Phillipina Dali, author of 'The Lost Nerve: How a Medical Mystery Altered My Destiny,' Burton Yale Pines, author of 'America's Greatest Blunder,' and Eardine Reeves Lee, author of 'A Teacher's Story: The Attempted Character Assassination of a Gifted Teacher.' For the complete list of winners, please visit http://www.bookmarketingprofits.com/PinnacleAwardsSpring2014.html
by BWW News Desk - May 8, 2014
From May 2014 - March 2015, Sadler's Wells presents its biggest ever programme of inclusive dance. =dance is a new series featuring some of the most exciting and innovative work created and performed by deaf and disabled artists.
by Marianka Swain - May 31, 2016
One of the most critically acclaimed and commercially successful plays in recent years, PROOF, by American playwright David Auburn, will be presented on June 9-19 at The Alex Theatre in St Kilda, by Melbourne's newest theatre company Artefact, an independent production company committed to producing important and influential theatre. It will be directed by Emily O'Brien-Brown.
by TV News Desk - May 30, 2014
Following the death of poet and author, Maya Angelou, SundanceTV announced it will air Angelou's “Iconoclasts” episode on Thursday, June 5th at 11:00 PM ET/PT to pay tribute to the acclaimed writer.
by BWW News Desk - May 29, 2015
New Light Theater Project and Access Theater Present the 10th Installment of The Darkroom Series.
by BWW News Desk - May 27, 2016
One of the most critically acclaimed and commercially successful plays in recent years PROOF, by American playwright David Auburn, will be presented from June 9-19th at The Alex Theatre in St Kilda, by Melbourne's newest theatre company Artefact, an independent production company committed to producing important and influential theatre. It will be directed by Emily O'Brien-Brown.
by BWW News Desk - May 22, 2014
The Black Eyed Peas Co-Founder apl.de.ap; multi-platinum award-winning recording artist David Pomeranz; and boxing, mixed martial arts superstar Ana Julaton, among others are set to join First Filipina Miss World Megan Young; Original Philippine Music (OPM) icons Kuh Ledesma, Cecile Azarcon, Edlyn Peregrina, Lirio Vital, and Ogie Alcasid; First Filipina Carnaval Queen in Brazil Bessie Badilla; Grand Marshals Drs. Emilio and Felicisima Quines; and nearly 200 Filipino American organizations in the festive parade.
by BWW News Desk - May 20, 2015
NABE, the National Association of Book Entrepreneurs, now celebrating 35 years of helping publishers market and promote their books, has just announced the winners of the Spring 2015 Pinnacle Book Achievement Awards. These awards have been given for more than 29 years and honor some of the finest independently-published and small press books in a wide variety of different fields including Children's Interest, Fiction, Novel, Memoir, Self-Help, Health, How-To, Inspirational, and more. This Spring's Winners include 'The Trillion Dollar Sure Thing' by David Austin Mallach, 'The Improbable Journey' by Gerry Metz, '10 On Set Secrets: Springtime: More Bunny For Your Money' by Stacy Nelson, 'Las Vegas Insider's Guide' by Titus Nelson, 'Molly's Moon' by Ron Parham, '12 Qualities of Highly Successful People' by Sati Achath, 'In Love Forever: 7 Secrets to a Juicy, Joyous Relationship' by Cary & Wendy Valentine, 'The Girl With Ten Names' by Choua Lee and Mary Albanese and 'If You Were Me and Lived in Scotland' by Carole P. Roman. For the complete list of winners, please visit http://www.bookmarketingprofits.com/PinnacleAwardsSpring2015.html
by BWW News Desk - May 18, 2015
Legendary trumpet-and-voice duo Herb Alpert and Lani Hall bring their unique mix of jazz, world and American pop music to Pacific Symphony for the final concert of the 2014-15 Pops Series. Joining musical forces in 2006, each half of this musical power couple brings an impressive résumé to the table. As a solo artist and leader of the Tijuana Brass, Alpert has sold more than 72 million records and placed 28 albums on the Billboard charts, including five at No. 1. His 2014 album, “Steppin' Out,” earned him his ninth Grammy Award, and in 2013, he was honored with the National Medal of Arts. His wife and music partner, Hall, rose to fame in 1966 as the lead singer of Sergio Mendes' group, Brasil '66. The two met and became friends when Brasil '66 was signed to A&M records by its co-founder, Alpert. Hall has the distinction of recording more than 22 albums in three different languages, four alongside her husband, and she earned a Grammy for her album, “Es Facil Amar.”
by BWW News Desk - May 14, 2014
First Filipina Miss World Megan Young; Original Philippine Music (OPM) Icons Kuh Ledesma, Cecile Azarcon, Edlyn Peregrina, and Ogie Alcasid; First Filipina Carnaval Queen in Brazil Bessie Badilla; Grand Marshals Drs. Emilio and Felicisima Quines; and Nearly 200 Filipino American Organizations to Lead Annual Festive Parade
by BWW News Desk - May 13, 2014
From May 2014 - March 2015, Sadler's Wells presents its biggest ever programme of inclusive dance. =dance is a new series featuring some of the most exciting and innovative work created and performed by deaf and disabled artists.
by TV News Desk - Jun 5, 2014
Following the death of poet and author, Maya Angelou, SundanceTV announced it will air Angelou's “Iconoclasts” episode tonight, June 5th at 11:00 PM ET/PT to pay tribute to the acclaimed writer.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 4, 2015
Legendary trumpet-and-voice duo Herb Alpert and Lani Hall bring their unique mix of jazz, world and American pop music to Pacific Symphony for the final concert of the 2014-15 Pops Series. Joining musical forces in 2006, each half of this musical power couple brings an impressive résumé to the table. As a solo artist and leader of the Tijuana Brass, Alpert has sold more than 72 million records and placed 28 albums on the Billboard charts, including five at No. 1. His 2014 album, “Steppin' Out,” earned him his ninth Grammy Award, and in 2013, he was honored with the National Medal of Arts. His wife and music partner, Hall, rose to fame in 1966 as the lead singer of Sergio Mendes' group, Brasil '66. The two met and became friends when Brasil '66 was signed to A&M records by its co-founder, Alpert. Hall has the distinction of recording more than 22 albums in three different languages, four alongside her husband, and she earned a Grammy for her album, “Es Facil Amar.”
by BWW News Desk - Jul 8, 2014
In the spring of 2014, Granger High art students collaborated to create this 29 panel contemporary painting reflecting their impressions of how literacy in different fields of study is supported and at the same time challenged by new technologies and popular culture. Literacy is a major problem facing the students at Granger High School because of immigration and poverty.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 5, 2014
In the spring of 2014, Granger High art students collaborated to create this 29 panel contemporary painting reflecting their impressions of how literacy in different fields of study is supported and at the same time challenged by new technologies and popular culture. Literacy is a major problem facing the students at Granger High School because of immigration and poverty.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 6, 2016
Author Rosalie Coffelt decided to put to paper some of the stories she tells her great-grandchildren and pass on some of the important values she believes in like faith, family, love and friendship. 'The Mountain Adventures of Ricky, JJ, and Willie' (published by Xlibris) is intended to demonstrate these values to children in an entertaining and interesting way.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 21, 2014
Social Service is a humanitarian profession, exercised in all the different fields, at the level of local, regional, and international levels, evolving with the development of human societies. The development and urbanization is often accompanied by the appearance of many problems and phenomena-whether social, political or economic. Perhaps one of the most prominent problems and phenomena of the current era is terrorism which is considered as one of the most dangerous intellectual phenomena and is becoming a fast infectious disease among weak people. In view of this, it is necessary for social service to intervene and provide assistance and services in order to curb this phenomenon.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 15, 2016
Author Rosalie Coffelt not only tells her beloved grandchildren stories but she also makes sure that the tale she imparts to them are suffused with lessons they can adapt in life. By sharing the The Mountain Adventures of Ricky, JJ, and Willie' (published by Xlibris), she is able to stress the importance of love towards others, sharing and learning how to get along with everyone in their lives.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 14, 2014
In his incisive new book, 'The Self-Creating Universe', award-winning author J.J. Clarke explores a middle ground between the two seemingly conflicting fields of science and spirituality. In reconciling these often opposing domains, Clarke introduces readers to new ways of thinking about the world and our place in it. He proposes in an open-minded and undogmatic way that in the current global crisis, with continual conflicts over fundamental beliefs and values, there is a new way of thinking about the world which can inspire inquiring minds seeking a more hopeful road to our future on this planet.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 27, 2014
The DARKROOM SERIES is a developmental project disguised as a party. Produced by New Light Theater Project and curated by David Sernick, the DARKROOM provides a safe space for artists from all different fields, all different genres, all different styles to present 15 minutes of work in front of an audience. It is a casual, laid-back atmosphere, where the beer is cheap and the creativity flows.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 9, 2014
by Jennifer Ashley Tepper - Dec 22, 2015
New Musicals at 54 is a series presented by Feinstein's/ 54 Below Programming Director Jennifer Ashley Tepper. Some of the 10 new and diverse musicals by a selection of today's most talented writers have had out-of-town productions, some have had workshops... now's your chance to be first to see them in NYC! Join us at New Musicals at 54 for one-night-only concerts celebrating each new show with songs, behind-the-scenes stories, and all-star casts!
by BWW News Desk - Dec 19, 2013
Social Service is a humanitarian profession, exercised in all the different fields, at the level of local, regional, and international levels, evolving with the development of human societies. The development and urbanization is often accompanied by the appearance of many problems and phenomena-whether social, political or economic. Perhaps one of the most prominent problems and phenomena of the current era is terrorism which is considered as one of the most dangerous intellectual phenomena and is becoming a fast infectious disease among weak people. In view of this, it is necessary for social service to intervene and provide assistance and services in order to curb this phenomenon.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 26, 2014
In the spring of 2014, Granger High art students collaborated to create this 29 panel contemporary painting reflecting their impressions of how literacy in different fields of study is supported and at the same time challenged by new technologies and popular culture. Literacy is a major problem facing the students at Granger High School because of immigration and poverty.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 25, 2014
The Tommy Hilfiger Group announced that Tommy Hilfiger will show his Spring 2015 women's runway collection at the Park Avenue Armory during New York Fashion Week on Monday, September 8 at 11:00am, marking his first September show at the location.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 24, 2015
Established more than six decades ago, Ballet Folklórico de México has represented its country on the world's most renowned stages. It has reached audiences on a global scale with its wide repertoire of dance rooted in Mexican folklore, and earned a number of awards in Mexico and abroad.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 24, 2015
Established more than six decades ago, Ballet Folklorico de Mexico has represented its country on the world's most renowned stages. It has reached audiences on a global scale with its wide repertoire of dance rooted in Mexican folklore, and earned a number of awards in Mexico and abroad.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 15, 2014
British record producer, Trance DJ and three time Grammy Nominated Paul Oakenfold will receive a special Creative Fusion Award at the 2014 BritWeek UKTI Business Innovation Awards dinner on April 23rd 2014. Paul Oakenfold has had a career that spans over 3 decades and has opened for Madonna, U2, and Lenny Kravitz. The BritWeek UKTI Business Innovation Awards competition is now in its fifth year.