Who else but hosts Wendy Stuart and Tym Moss could “spill the tea” on their weekly show “If These Walls Could Talk” live from Pangea Restaurant on the Lower Eastside of NYC, with their unique style of honest, and emotional interviews, sharing the fascinating backstory of celebrities, entertainers, recording artists, writers and artists and bringing
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Daisy Jopling is thrilled and honored to be collaborating with the fantastic teachers of the Peekskill and Hendrick Hudson Middle and High School choirs, Mr. Mitchell Guido, Mr. Kevin Larsen, Mrs. Kimberly Dunkin and Mrs. Erica Denler and their wonderful choir students – come support them as they perform with the Daisy Jopling Band and
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Alison Greenberg is the CEO and Co-founder of “Ruth Health,” an innovative perinatal telehealth hub and comprehensive care platform built for women by women. “Ruth Health”is revolutionizing women’s healthcare for prenatal, perinatal, and postnatal care by empowering women with the proper care and access to support the birthing experience. Alison leverages her experience in both
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Actor/Voice Artist/Comic artist Rusty Gilligan has just released his art through NFT Drop. Rusty Gilligan began his entertainment career as an actor in NY, first appearing on Broadway and then moving to California to appear on television in such productions as “Little House on the Prairie”, “Family Affair”, “Police Woman”, and Disney including the original
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DC-area novelist Kimberly Greer has won a 2021 Incipere Award for women’s fiction. Her debut novel, “Masked Intent: A Modern-Day Morality Play,” was released in Sept. 2021 and is set in the Washington, DC, suburb of Brambleton, Virginia. The Incipere Awards, sponsored by Entrada Publishing, recognize exceptional writing across multiple genres with particular focus on
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April Rose Gabrielli is a Billboard charting alternative-rock/pop singer, songwriter, producer & pianist. Currently, April has over one million combined streams in co-writing & production credits. In early 2021, April signed an exclusive music publishing deal with BMG Rights Management and a record deal with Soho Records NYC to launch her solo music career. She
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The Conservative Party’s chief whip is investigating reports that a Tory MP watched pornography on his phone in the Commons chamber. The party’s whips office said “the chief whip is looking into this matter” in a statement released on Wednesday. “This behaviour is wholly unacceptable and action will be taken.” It is believed the accusation
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The Producers Guild of America said today that its 2022 Produced By Conference will be held Saturday an Sunday, June 11-12, at the Fox in Century City. Watch the announcement video above. The 13th edition of the networking event and educational forum spans film, TV and new media, with the goal of sparking conversation and action
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Bad actors continuously evolve their tactics and are becoming more sophisticated. Within the past couple of years, we’ve seen supply chain attacks that quickly create widespread damage throughout entire industries. But the attackers aren’t just focusing their efforts on supply chains. For example, businesses are becoming increasingly more reliant on SaaS apps and the cloud
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Portland-based, award-winning talents Aaron Nigel Smith and Andy Furgeson have teamed up for a unique, family friendly new project. Under the moniker of Smith & Yarn, the pair are set to release their first collaborative album on April 29, which includes an array of special guests. Their anthemic, heartfelt track “Never Be Alone,” which The Boot is excited
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The pinned tweet on Juniper’s account is “it’s incredibly easy to create fake news it’s actually ridiculous lol.” But that hasn’t stopped right-wing media outlets from frothing at the mouth over her tweets, most recently a fake news headline indicating that Snickers was set to remove the beloved “dick vein” from its eponymous candy bars.
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A state auditor’s report released on Tuesday, April 26, revealed that five California law enforcement agencies, including the San Bernardino Police Department and Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, are not adequately guarding against racially and ethnically biased conduct. In one glaring example, state auditors detailed in the 124-page report that San Bernardino police failed to
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