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Buster Digital announces 59 cent Royalty Free Music Loops


Buster Digital LLC announces 59 cent royalty free music loops for all types of music productions. In the past music producers had to purchase an entire music loop or samples packages and may only find a few of them usable. Buster digital changes all of this by offering individual loops for only 59 cent. Buster Digital LLC announces 59 cent royalty free music loops for all types of music productions. In the past music producers had to purchase an entire music loop or samples packages and may only find a few of them usable. Buster digital chan... Read More »

The 52nd digital edition of EYES IN Magazine features the World’s Most Innovative Creators


1888P Press Release - The 52nd digital edition of EYES IN™ Magazine explores the innovation of musical artist, Janita; Ed Riley, the man behind the renovation of the historic Hotel Syracuse; Stanford scientist and technology expert Zhenan Bao; and a look at the annual U.S. Conference of Mayors report on Homelessness and Hunger. Vivian Van Dijk, Editor-in-Chief and President of EYES IN™ Magazine, has released the interactive 52nd digital edition of EYES IN™ Magazine, which explores the innovation from leaders in the fields of music, culture, ... Read More »

Flesh of the Blood Series Author E.A. Channon Makes Appearance at New Orleans Wizard World and Garden District Book Shop

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1888PressRelease - E.A. Channon, author of the series Flesh of the Blood, will appear at the New Orleans Wizard World Convention in January to meet with fans and answer questions about his compelling book series and upcoming third book. He will also appear at the Garden District Book Shop on January 12th. New Orleans - The Flesh of the Blood series has developed a deep fan base, as the compelling action in the first two books has resonated with readers. Fans who love the series now have an opportunity to meet the author, E.A. Channon, in per... Read More »

The Address of Vermeer’s ‘The Little Street’ Discovered

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Pieter Roelofs, curator of seventeenth-century paintings at the Rijksmuseum, said: ‘The answer to the question as to the location of Vermeer’s The Little Street is of great significance, both for the way that we look at this one painting by Vermeer and for our image of Vermeer as an artist.’ The address His new research has enabled Professor Grijzenhout to identify the exact address: it is Vlamingstraat in Delft, at the point where the present-day numbers 40 and 42 stand. Various other addresses in Delft have been suggested over the years, ... Read More »

South Camden Theatre Company announces the Regional Premiere of CHARLIE VICTOR ROMEO


South Camden Theatre Company, a nonprofit professional theatre organization located in Camden, New Jersey opens its 11th season and second decade of theatre in the city with a three week production and regional premier of CHARLIE VICTOR ROMEO. Opening October 16, 2015 at 8p.m. the play is written by Robert Berger, Patrick Daniels and Irving Gregory and directed by Joseph M. Paprzycki. CHARLIE VICTOR ROMEO (CVR) is a Drama Desk award-winning theatrical documentary based on verbatim transcripts from six real aviation accidents and emergencies as ... Read More »

Overtown Records signs Soul Music Legend Timmy Thomas


Soul Legend Timmy Thomas Signs to Overtown Records. Timmy Thomas, singer of the 3 million selling smash hit "Why Can't We Live Together," has signed a multi-album contract with upstart soul label, Overtown Records. The timing is impeccable for Thomas, who recently retired from teaching music for Miami-Dade Public schools. His time is now his own. He's ready to share it with his millions of fans just in time for a new wave of popularity. "Why Can't We Live Together" is sampled in superstar rapper Drake's new single "Hotline Bling." At pres... Read More »

Kay Durden, milliner announces she is the first to create a line of professionally created FOSSHAPE hat frames for the millinery trade


Kay Durden milliner, hat designer, and millinery instructor is excited and wishes to share news about her new line of FOSSHAPE ® millinery hat frames. She is the first to produce a line of professionally produced FOSSHAPE products for the millinery trade. These products are perfect for costumers, hat lovers, fashion design students, crafters, bridal and special events head gear sellers, fashion and accessory designers, wedding parties, Quinceaneras, Kentucky Derby attendees and anyone interested in hats. MS Durden's FOSSHAPE(R) hats may be p... Read More »

The West: a Way of life-art by Keith Christie at The Orland Art Center Gallery


Nationally renowned Fine Art painter and sculptor Keith Christie uses his unique artistry to capture the Western way of life. His genuine respect for the ranchers and their lifestyle authentically chronicles the real west. Friday, April 3 Artists Reception 3:00 - 7:00 p.m. Refreshments and live music. Young musician Nick Leach at our baby grand piano Pop in Friday and meet the artists, or linger over refreshments, entertainment, and conversation and make an evening of it! Orland Art Center Gallery 732 4th St. Orland, CA 95963 1 to 6... Read More »

Los Angeles New Mart to host MODA 360: LA A Revolution of Fashion Fusing Art, Fashion and Video


LA promises to be an amazing event for designers, artists and filmmakers and industry professionals. The New Mart (www.newmart.net) has partnered with Moda 360 to host the Los Angeles event April 24-25, 2014. The New Mart Building, a registered Los Angeles historical landmark located in the center of Downtown LA's fashion district, is home to 100+ showrooms representing hundreds of top lines. With both high profile and cutting edge showrooms - The New Mart is the most sought after venue for wholesale fashion buyers from around the world. The... Read More »

Clockpunk explained: fantasy author releases new tell-all video


Author Lita Burke has release a new video that explains the merge of fantasy magical elements and Steampunk into the hybrid genre she calls Clockpunk Wizard. The free video is available for immediate viewing on YouTube.com. Lita Burke's stories take place in a Renaissance-style world featuring the young Wizard Kadmeion and his half-elf assistant, Sir Bright. "Many fantasy fans are familiar with Steampunk and its icons of corsets, top hats, and welder goggles," says Ms. Burke. "Clockpunk is the gentler cousin of Steampunk, and features Leonar... Read More »

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