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  • Treasures off Cape Canaveral Florida

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    Global Marine Exploration Wins Judgement Against France to be in Court April 2023

    TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, US, August 18, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- After the 11th Circuit Court's decision that Global Marine Exploration (GME) does have a right to sue the Republic of France in regards to the shipwrecks GME has discovered off Cape Canaveral, the case is scheduled for trial in Federal Court, Tallahassee, FL in April 2023. GME will be represented by Lead Attorney, Steve Turner of Rayboun Winegardner law firm.

    The four claims against France are:
    1. And in personam salvage lien.
    2. Quasi contract/unjust enrichment.
    3. Misappropriation of GME’S trade secret information.
    4. Interference with GME’s rights and relations.

    Case background:
    From early 2014 through 2016, GME received fourteen contracts from the State of Florida to explore and hopefully discover historical shipwrecks off Cape Canaveral space launch center. At considerable risk and financial costs, GME succeeded in finding five shipwrecks, four of which possibly match specific wrecks of great value. GME meticulously followed established reporting protocols, as outlined in the Florida contracts, at which point the State of Florida informed GME that the State needed to look into how to proceed, as this was the first time in 30 years that new historical wreck finds have been registered through the Florida State contract system. Then the State inexplicably stopped communicating with GME.

    In Mid 2016 unbeknown to GME, Florida’s State Archaeologists along with Florida’s Secretary of State collaborated and negotiated with France behind GME's back, to push GME out of the picture and instead use other companies and partied to recover the five shipwrecks GME had discovered. One of the shipwrecks could possibly be the French ship La Trinite which sunk during a 1565 hurricane. The collusion between France and Florida to push GME aside, resulted in an agreement between France and Florida to salvage the 5 wrecks without any compensation to GME. Inventing spurious and unfounded reasons, and without due process, Florida arbitrarily cancelled GME’s contracts.

    Although the financial and archeological value listed in historical records, has been estimated at hundreds of millions of dollars, the financial benefit to France and the State of Florida would be in the Billions of Dollars.
    Based on GME's contract with Florida, GME who spent years of hard and physically risky work, and millions of dollars to successfully discover these shipwrecks, is entitled to sixty percent of the value.
    GME continues to move forward while looking into potential litigation finance.

    For further information on the facts of this case contact:
    Robert Pritchett-772-205-8184
    Bpb1313@gmail.com
    Robert H Pritchett III
    Global Marine Exploration Inc.

    Robert H Pritchett III
    Global Marine Exploration Inc.
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  • 'American Badass: A Michael Madsen Retrospective' FabTV Exclusive with Michael Madsen

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    Michael Madsen details who he chose for his documentary with Fernando Escovar of FabTV

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    American Badass: A Michael Madsen Retrospective premiere night with Michael Madsen

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    Michael Madsen interviewed by Fernando Escovar of FabTV.com

    A true examination of Madsen’s life and career.”
    — Fernando Escovar
    HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, August 16, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- EXCLUSIVE interview with Michael Madsen about 'American Badass: A Michael Madsen Retrospective' — The First Glimpse of New Soul-Baring Documentary!

    Directed by Dominique Milano, American Badass: A Michael Madsen Retrospective is exactly what the title promises. Through interviews with several colleagues and family members and many stories told directly from the man himself, the documentary is an examination of Madsen’s life and career. Structurally, it is more associative than linear, going back and forth between a troubled youth and his breaking into the acting world.

    Of course, the interviews with the likes of Quentin Tarantino, John Travolta, Daryl Hannah, Madsen, Ron Perlman, Robert Forster, and Chuck Zito, among many others, are interspersed with clips from various movies, both starring Madsen and those that inspired him. In addition, old family photos and reenactments are woven throughout the tales of him growing up, be it from his sisters Virginia and Cheryl, or from the writer/actor himself. #michaelmadsen #fabtv

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  • Burn the Art

    Front & Verso picture of Imagine #3 a heavy textural, modern art, multi layered painting acrylic on Canvas in Cosmic X style of Jack Armstrong who became famous for the most expensive motorcycle in the world, "The Cosmic Harley Davidson". The painting was valued at $5m.

    Front & Verso picture of Imagine #3 (A.K.A. The Elvis Painting). It is an Original painting by Jack Armstrong in the style he founded Cosmic Extensionalism. Displays a multi-layered mosaic base with embedded hidden words. It was valued at $5 million USD.

    Front & Verso picture of Primalsun #! is a medium textured acrylic on canvas signed original. An early example of the cosmic x work by Jack Armstrong.  Unique, 1 of only 100 cosmic paintings in the world. Value circa $2 million in 2017..

    Front and Verso picture of Primalsun #1, one of the early acrylic on canvas cosmic paintings by Cosmic artist Jack Armstrong. It was valued at around $2 million in 2017.

    This stolen Lincoln car was customized to securely transport high-value art. The car was stolen with the art.  The paintings were extremely valuable Jack Armstrong originals. Police recovered the car only 4 months later.  The theft is still under investigation.

    This stolen Lincoln car was customized to securely transport high-value art. The car was stolen with the art. The paintings were extremely valuable Jack Armstrong originals. Police recovered the car only 4 months later. The theft is still under investigation.

    The world's most expensive motorcycle is the unique  kinetic art concept of  Robert Star and painted by Jack Armstrong in his very own Cosmic X  style. Sold originally for $3 million, it is currently back on sale at $50 million USD.

    The world's most expensive motorcycle is the unique kinetic art concept of Robert Star and painted by Jack Armstrong in his very own Cosmic X style. Sold originally for $3 million, it is currently back on sale at $50 million USD.

    Robert Star, CEO of SGI Inc., film director, and producer, conceived the Million Dollar Harley Davidson motorcycle, the world’s most expensive motorcycle. Painted by Jack Armstrong in his very own Cosmic X style, this launched him as a world-famous artist.

    Robert Star, CEO of SGI Inc., film director, and producer, conceived the Million Dollar Harley Davidson motorcycle, the world’s most expensive motorcycle. Painted by Jack Armstrong in his very own Cosmic X style, this launched him as a world-famous artist.

    The CEO of an art promotion company tells thieves to Burn the Art they stole over a year ago and explains why.

    Enter, stranger, but take heed Of what awaits the sin of greed... For those who take but do not earn, Must pay most dearly in their turn,”
    — J.K.Rowling
    BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, August 16, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Robert Star is the CEO of Star Global International Inc, an art promotion company that self-styles itself as “Thinking out of the box.” They conceived and produced the Million Dollar Harley Davidson in 2010. This unique piece of kinetic art was painted by Cosmic Artist Jack Armstrong and launched him on the world stage. It is the world’s most expensive motorcycle. Star is telling the thieves who stole two paintings by Armstrong valued at over $7 million to either return the art to its legal owners or burn it.
    In February last year, two unique paintings were taken when thieves stole Star’s car specially customized to conceal and securely transport high-value art. The paintings were being taken to an art buyer in Beverly Hills for viewing. The police recovered the vehicle but have so far been unable to retrieve the art. Their art theft recovery unit was part of the defunding cutbacks. Last November, Star authorized a press release offering a reward for their return. He has had seven contacts from different people, all with similar stories. They know somebody who knows somebody who physically has the paintings and is trying to sell them in China. CEO Star is confident that the paintings are still in California and that the thief or thieves are misconceived and holding out for a substantial reward.
    Star explained that if anyone is caught with these unique masterpieces, they have criminal liability and, if convicted, will go to prison. He advises them to return the paintings to their owners or burn the art. I asked Star about this somewhat extreme ‘burn” advice.
    Star responded, “My advice to the thieves may not be as extreme as it first sounds. These paintings are worthless to any thief because they are both secretly coded, and Star Global must issue an original certificate of origin. No collector or investor buying million-dollar rare art wants to buy a stolen work when it is so easily recognizable. They would undoubtedly contact Star Global to confirm the legitimacy of any painting. There are only 100 of these Cosmic paintings by Armstrong, who has vowed to the world that no more than 100 will ever exist.
    His inspiration to create only 100 of these exceptional cosmic paintings came from The Black Star Sapphire of Queensland (733 cts.), a $200 million gem he believed had magical powers and specifically instructed him that no more than 100 should ever exist. He has stated that if a stolen painting is returned, he will publicly burn any canvasses to maintain the number at precisely 100. Indeed, before he founded this new art form, Cosmic Extensionalism (Cosmic X), he burned all his prior paintings.
    Artists burning their works is not as unusual as it sounds—a Fanatical Monk Inspired 15th-Century Italians to burn their art. Damien Hirst just announced he would burn thousands of his paintings. Much of his work is said to be produced by assistants. Michelangelo, the Great Sculptor, burned his sketches so there would not be any evidence of the work and processes to get there. Before moving on from his previous traditional works, John Baldessari decided in 1970 to have them destroyed. There are more examples.

    Contemporary artists, from Gerhard Richter to Bansky, have followed in the footsteps of their predecessors. Ironically, some of these artists have proved that destroying their art isn’t always defeatist or for sheer vanity but allows for liberation, which inspires new levels of creativity. However, the reason for Jack Armstrong’s commitment to publicly burn his stolen art if recovered is as unique as his art itself.

    So, it’s simple, my message to the thieves is to burn the art or turn them into a local fire station and ask them to notify law enforcement. You will keep yourself out of harm’s way. This stolen cosmic art is bad mojo. Doing the right thing, the universe will reward you.”

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  • Making It! Realistic Tips For Aspiring Actors

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    A View From The Middle

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    Actor/Author Larkin Campbell

    How To Maintain A Career As A Working Actor In Film And Television

    Do anything you can to perfect the art of performing so when you get your chance you are ready.”
    — Larkin Campbell
    LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, August 12, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- From young dreamers to late in lifers looking to reach for their dreams, people of all ages and backgrounds are often looking to break into the film and television.

    While many are hoping to achieve an often out of touch dream of Hollywood superstardom, many are just excited to enter a business they have long admired and make a career out of it, and for those people look no further than the sage words of veteran film and television actor Larkin Campbell.

    Larkin has maintained a successful career in Hollywood as a consistently working actor, in shows like The Office alongside Steve Carrell and Ed Helms, plus feature films with Leonardo DiCaprio, Janeane Garofalo, Ben Stiller, Betty White, Tom Hanks, Sylvester Stallone, Tom Cruise, Chris Rock and more.

    He shares many stories of his 30+ year career in Tinseltown, in his book A VIEW FROM THE MIDDLE: HOW AN UNKNOWN ACTOR MANAGED TO STAY THAT WAY, and offers up such tips for maintaining a career in film and television like:

    - Shoot stuff on your own and with your friends. Every single scene that you film on your phone, etc., will help you.

    -Try out filming dramatic scenes and comedic scenes of varying lengths. Practicing this regularly will help you improve and prepare you for the self-tape auditions you will be asked to do.

    - Do regional theatre, make YouTube videos, make Tik-Tok videos, and do anything you can to perfect the art of performing so that you are ready when you get your chance.

    ”Becoming an actor is about having your craft ready when an opportunity arises. It’s hard to get an agent, it’s hard to get a manager, and you have to put in the effort to find work. But you don’t have a chance if you’re not ready when your opportunity arrives.”

    About Larkin Campbell

    Larkin Campbell is a small-town kid at heart and always will be. He was raised in the tiny, but spectacular mountain town of Estes Park, Colorado. He grew up playing stick-ball in the street, performing in high school plays and working on the school newspaper. Him and his band of lunatic friends started a comedic dance group aptly named, "Campbell's Crazy Crew". They performed at high school basketball games, pep rallies and cheerleader camps until they realized nobody was still watching.

    He moved to Washington to attend Tacoma Community College and lived with his father in a gorgeous little harbor town named Gig Harbor. He studied acting and journalism before transferring east across the state to attend Washington State University.

    While there, he perfected the art of procrastination and tomfoolery, where he studied Broadcast Journalism and Theatre. While visiting Los Angeles on spring break of his senior year at WSU, he put in a request for an internship at the hit TV show Entertainment Tonight. His request was granted and upon graduation, he headed for the bright lights of the big city.

    Interning and then being employed at Entertainment Tonight opened his eyes to the big business of show business. He worked the red carpets at the Golden Globes Award shows and he was hooked. He moved on to work for other productions as a Production Assistant and personal assistant for Tom and Rosanne Arnold.

    He spent many years working as a stand-in and photo double on dozens of big budget movies such as ARMEGEDDON, LETHAL WEAPON 4, MYSTERY MEN, ESCAPE FROM LA, HARD RAIN and dozens more. All the while hustling down agents and casting directors and anyone who would give him a look. He joined the Screen Actors Guild in 1995, and has never stopped chasing down the next role or opportunity. His hard work has paid off in dozens of roles in film and TV. Highlights include guest starring roles on CSI: NY, LAS VEGAS, CRIMINAL MINDS and a bucket list supporting role playing COACH SHANE, opposite Steve Carell and Ed Helms in THE OFFICE.

    His multiple film career highlights include playing HR HALDEMAN, in the highly acclaimed Clint Eastwood film, J EDGAR.

    He has written, produced and starred in over 25 short films and video projects which have gone on to win many awards at film festivals all over the country. His work has been published in multiple parenting magazines, describing the life of a stay-at-home-parent, trying to juggle the rigorous life of an actor. He recently chronicled his 30-year career in a hilarious and heartfelt memoir titled, A VIEW FROM THE MIDDLE: HOW AN UNKNOWN ACTOR MANAGED TO STAY THAT WAY, currently available on AMAZON.

    He is married to his wife of 25 years, Maria Battle Campbell, who is a hard charging Assistant Director, currently working on the AVATAR sequels. They are the proud parents of twin teenage boys, Colin and Casey. And are trying to survive raising their maniacal youngest daughter, Shea.

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  • 4C LAB brings the art of healing and expression to LA youth who are black, indigenous and people of color

    Art in motion

    Students heal through art

    Marissa Herrera

    Co-Founder 4C-LAB

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    This is what joy looks like

    Organization actively seeking donors and partners to support the rising need in underserved communities

    4C LAB's roster of teaching artists reflects the diverse spectrum of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) communities.”
    — Darci-Manzo Piron, Co-Founder
    LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, August 10, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- 4C LAB, a 501(c)3 community youth organization, is posturing for growth to bring art and healing to at-risk black, indigenous and people of color in the Los Angeles community. Their mission is to inspire positive social impact in underserved communities, by creating safe spaces for young people to share their stories through artistic expression.

    Founded in 2016 by Marissa Herrera and Darci-Manzo Piron, two Latina/Native American women and "artivists" born and raised in Los Angeles, CA, each with careers in the arts spanning over two decades, 4C LAB provides arts immersion programming, led by professional teaching artists and centered around the four C’s: CREATE, COMMUNICATE, COLLABORATE, and COMMUNITY.

    In Herrera's experience working with high school and early college-aged youth, she observed that many students were starting to find their voice through the arts in high school or early college, just as many of them were aging out of no-cost public arts programming. During these years, the founders worked in systematically racist and oppressive organizations under the leadership of those who did not identify as or could not relate to the needs of Black, Indigenous & People of Color (BIPOC) and did not share power. As a result, the two Los Angeles natives envisioned an arts organization where BIPOC youth, ages 15-20, could train in the arts and for careers in the creative economy while having equity at the center of its programs, structures, community relationships, and operations.

    Herrera said, "The work of 4C Lab isn't just "art for art's sake." We strive to give our young creative visionaries and emerging community leaders the safe space to share their stories through the arts. We provide tools for self-care, mental health, mentorship, and support to thrive in their emerging creative careers. Ultimately, creating a sense of "family" is at the heart and soul of everything we do."

    Piron said, "4C LAB's roster of teaching artists reflects the diverse spectrum of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) communities. It is a team that can relate to the life experiences of the communities we serve, which allows for trust-building, deeper understanding, and a connection to the youth engaged in our programs. This creates a dynamic which yields authentic storytelling and uplifts our communities in the most profound and impactful way."

    To prepare the youth participants for success, the organization enlists a power house creative advisory board, which includes artistic advisors such as five-time Emmy Award winner, Wayne Brady, who is widely known for his work on the improvisational comedy television series Whose Line Is It Anyway? He was the host of the daytime talk show The Wayne Brady Show; Broadway actor Christopher Jackson known for performances in the original Disney's The Lion King, After Midnight, Bronx Bombers, Holler If Ya Hear Me, and the smash Broadway hit Hamilton; Dominic Colón, an award-winning actor, writer, and director who has starred in over 60 movies and television shows, including guest appearances on Power, The Blacklist, and Orange is the New Black; OG Arabian Prince also known as Professor X, an American rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer, and DJ, best known as a founding member of N.W.A.

    The board of directors includes Mario Davila, Director of After School Programs, L.A.’s Best Afterschool Enrichment Program, which serves more than 25,000 elementary school students from under-resourced neighborhoods; Kim Belcher Morris, Director of Individual Giving, Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, which mobilizes resources to fight hunger in our communities and other highly respected community leaders who bring access to the organization and the community it serves.

    The 4C LAB structure includes creative partnerships, professional development, performance ensembles and creative residencies.

    Creative Partnerships
    4C LAB partners with organizations working at the forefront of creative practice, community healing, and empowering education for all. Through collaborations with K-12 schools, colleges, and universities, we support teaching artistry, keynote speaking, facilitation, and community-building. We develop arts education programming, present live arts and education assemblies, and facilitate staff retreats, curriculum, and professional development. Our custom-designed community programming is uniquely tailored for each partnership at the intersection of creativity and community.

    Professional Development
    4C LAB facilitators and professional development workshops are at the forefront of effective and responsive pedagogical practices supporting positive and sustainable social change. Our inclusive team creates safe, brave spaces for dialogue, disruption, and dismantling old paradigms, providing tools for schools, community, cultural and arts organizations to shift to more conscientious and culturally responsive practices that best serve our next generation of leaders. 4C LAB utilizes trauma-informed, healing-centered creative practices that lead to Transformative Social-Emotional Learning in the classroom.

    Performance Ensembles
    Youth (ages 16-23) create original work across various art forms to create an artistic community working together to affect positive social impact. Through multi-disciplinary workshops, guest artists, and mentorships, the young creative visionaries of 4C LAB partake in story circles, personal narrative writing, dance technique, visual and multimedia art activities, which culminate in an annual live performance for families and community members, and various public events in order to spread their message of social justice awareness and advocacy through creativity and artistic storytelling.

    Creative Residencies
    Our professional teaching artists lead these multi-week immersive arts programs within a school, community, or arts organization. Using trauma-informed and healing-centered programming, we build an artistic ensemble through dance, poetry, and multimedia art activities, exploring themes of social justice, inclusivity, and culturally relevant storytelling. These various art forms are integrated into a final culminating performance to share with an audience. Creative Residencies support leadership development, improved mental health, and a safe space to process individual and community experiences through creativity.

    Through these 4C LAB programs, the organization cultivates critical thinking skills for the youth participants to address structural and systemic injustices, and provide a platform for young people to develop leadership skills to cope, address and change these issues now and in the future.

    The organization is seeking funding to expand its outreach. To learn more, donate or align with 4C LAB, please visit https://4clab.org/.

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  • Author Margo Joy Announces Release of Second Book in Lucky Ladybug Children’s Series

    Learn With Us! Lucky Ladybug And Friends! by Margo Joy

    Learn With Us! Lucky Ladybug And Friends! by Margo Joy

    Lucky Ladybug Author Margo Joy Lessons From The Heart series

    Author Margo Joy, Lucky Ladybug, Lessons From The Heart series

    "Learn With Us! Lucky Ladybug And Friends!" Second Book New Release by Margo Joy. Lucky Ladybug, Lessons From The Heart, children's book series.

    NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, August 8, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Learning is fun and captivating with the Lucky Ladybug series, Lessons from the Heart.  Lucky Ladybug introduces her friends Bubbly Butterfly, Buddy Bee, Flashy Fly and Toodaloo Turtle in this second book of the series. Together, they teach important lessons in the engaging videos and on each page of the printed books, ebooks, and coloring books, including a song about each lesson and activity available through audio books and music albums, and other resources that reiterate the importance of each lesson in the book and the value of sharing, caring, beauty from within; learning about school, happiness, honesty, listening, respect, forgiveness, giving, finding yourself, patience, musical instruments, singing, drama, reading, friendship, dancing, teamwork, relaxing, fun, cooking, nutrition, alphabet, numbers, time, confidence, acceptance, achievement, following your dreams and more. Enjoy learning with Lucky Ladybug and Friends!

    While developed for children ages 0 to 6, children of all ages, and even adults, may find a special connection with the main character, the adorable and loving Lucky Ladybug. Lucky Ladybug is brought to life in a way that brightens children’s lives and homes, filling them with positive energy and love while teaching important life lessons. Toddlers and preschoolers have been unable to get enough of Lucky Ladybug’s first book, “Be A Better You" and “Learn With Us! Lucky Ladybug And Friends!” promises to have the same charming effect.

    Learn With Us! Lucky Ladybug And Friends!: Lucky Ladybug (Lessons from the Heart) by Margo Joy is currently available in all book stores, online platforms, including Amazon. Get a copy of the book today on Amazon by clicking HERE.

    Toddlers and Preschoolers are delightfully enraptured with Lucky Ladybug’s Official YouTube Channel. Be sure to Subscribe HERE and enjoy all the many animated cartoon music, books and videos from Lucky Ladybug and Friends!

    https://www.youtube.com/c/LuckyLadybugOfficialChannel

    To learn more about Lucky Ladybug World, please visit https://www.LuckyLadyBug.world.
     
    About the Author
    Meet Margo Joy, an accomplished Recording Artist, Singer, Songwriter, Actress, Voiceover Artist, Producer, Cantor, Reverend, Creator and Author of the Lucky Ladybug series, which is available in print, ebook, audiobook, video, songs, activity books, and merchandise. Inspired by her love for ladybugs and how they have brought her luck since childhood, Margo created the series to brighten children’s lives and homes with high vibrations of positive energy and love, while teaching them the importance of friendship and kindness. Her goal is for Lucky Ladybug to reach others to bring luck, love, faith, and abundance through God. Margo believes that Lucky Ladybug will bring blessings to many. To learn more, please visit LuckyLadyBug.world.

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  • Bas City Entertainment Offers Self-care to Social Workers, Teaching Them How to "Triumph Through Pain

    Basiliso Moreno, Author of Triumph Through Pain

    Basiliso Moreno, Author of Triumph Through Pain

    Bas City Entertainment

    Bas City Entertainment

    MIDDLETON, DE, UNITED STATES, August 8, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Researchers find that 1 in 3 social workers are burned out from long hours and the high-stress environment, but one New York poet is changing the narrative. Meet Basiliso Moreno, founder of Bas City Entertainment LLC. The first of its kind holistic self-care entertainment company focuses on social workers' mental and emotional well-being.

    Moreno, a Bronx-born father of 2, is committed to bringing healing to overworked front-line workers with his debut book of poetry, “Triumph Through Pain, How to Maximize Your Full Potential During Hard Times.” Each page is filled with raw emotion as he peels back the layers to bring much-needed healing.

    In a touching tribute to his mother, who died at the height of the COVID pandemic, Basiliso reminisces about how she laughed and the fun they had together watching wrestling. He shares the heartbreaking longing for his mom in a piece entitled "Hola Momma." Basiliso transparent poetry digs deep to deal with pain so his readers can recover, find comfort, and the strength to go on to build a legacy for their families.

    As a Licensed Master's Level Social Worker and a Certified School Social Worker in the state of Delaware, he understands the demanding pace can wear away at inner peace, so he created a one-of-a-kind platform to give them an outlet. Through Bas City Entertainment, he provides poetry to feed the soul, and for those who need a little movement in their lives, Moreno is a licensed Zoomba instructor who teaches a virtual class to get the hard pumping and sweat away the stress of the workweek. Furthermore, for those who love talk radio and need a place to vent their frustrations, Basiliso hosts The Social Work Rants Podcast. The wildly popular show reaches listeners in 40 countries.

    Basiliso learned how to love life and serve others from his mom, and now he is spreading a little light in the world through his musings in "Triumph Through Pain, How to Maximize Your Full Potential During Hard Times."

    For more information, contact Basiliso at Bascityentertainmentllc@gmail.com or log on to his website www.Basmoreno.com.

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  • Robert Hunter releases "Permanent," a compelling song and video about hope and understanding

    Robert Hunter uses music and lyrics as a catalyst to spread a message about mental health.

    LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, August 5, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- American singer-songwriter and best-selling author Robert Hunter releases new single and video, "Permanent." Inspired by his COVID journey, the song is encouraged by an old friend's daughter's story, and the time Robert risked it all and left his country and promising musical career to live with his Dutch wife Danique in the Netherlands. During the coronavirus pandemic, his musical inspiration faded as the years passed. Robert states, "I love my wife, first and foremost, but it also felt, in some ways, like the death of a dream. In some ways, a part of me was dying with it."

    However, things changed when Robert received a news story about his friend’s daughter Lauryn Hawkins. Lauryn Hawkins, a high school student, decided to join forces with other students to form the Danville Area Highschool SPM (Students Preserving Mental Health) in Robert's hometown of Danville, Pennsylvania. The students had decided to try and make a difference by taking away mental health issue stigmas and offering support to those who desperately needed it the most. Robert was dealing with depression himself, and Lauryn's efforts ignited a spark of inspiration. Robert immediately picked up his guitar and wrote, "Permanent."

    After sending a rough song recording to the group along with a message about how their work is destined to change the world for the better and how it has been a driving force in his, "Permanent" is a song of hope and understanding. Robert states, "I basically just wrote the words I, myself, needed to hear. The dark is not permanent alone is not permanent. If you're lost, don't be ashamed it will be ok. It's not permanent."

    The song is accompanied by a music video produced and inspired by the Danville High School SPM, in conjunction with Hawkins Chevrolet. Robert gave the Danville High School SPM and Hawkins Chevrolet creative freedom and will view the video for the first time with fans today. "I can't wait to see it! "No matter what they came up with, I'm going to love it. None of this is really about a song. It's about a message," he says.

    To listen to "Permanent," visit Spotify. To contact Robert or learn more about him, visit Instagram.

    About Robert Hunter
    Robert Hunter has released three EPs and two singles in the past, all recorded in Nashville, TN. His signature melodic alt-country rock sound has been described as "magnetic after a single listen." His most recent tour, "Relapse and Revival," is an innovative concept combining his book and record tour promoting his novel "Relapse" and a new EP "Revival." The "Relapse and Revival" tour spanned the entire United States, reaching all 50 states with more than 350 appearances and 150,000 combined miles traveled, making it the first and only book/record tour in history to do so in less than one year.

    In addition to music, he is also passionate about writing and is a bestselling author with two published books. His latest single and video, "Permanent," is dear to his heart, and he hopes his fans can find inspiration and hope by listening to the song. Robert states, "I'm so thankful for all of the amazing people supporting this song, but let's not forget the ones who need the support. Life gets crazy, but it's not permanent. We need to remind each other of that. I'm not asking people to share this song for streams. I'm asking them to share it because I hope it might help someone."

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  • G. Brown — Author of On Record A Book Series to Hold In-Store Book Signing in Salt Lake City on Saturday, August 27

    G. Brown - Author, On Record

    On Record Book Series

    In-store signing set for Saturday, August 27 at 4 p.m. at SOUND & VISION VINYL - 3444 S. Main St, South Salt Lake, UT

    SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, UNITED STATES , August 4, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Respected veteran music journalist, broadcaster, and historian G. Brown has authored the first three volumes in an encyclopedic series of books entitled On Record and looks at the evolution of popular music from 1978 to 1998 through images, interviews, and insights.

    A special meet-and-greet and author signing has been set at SOUND & VISION VINYL - 3444 S. Main St., South Salt Lake, UT on Saturday, August 27 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Phone: (385) 229-4165.

    Each volume of the award-winning On Record series highlights 200 limited and extraordinary images and 100 profiles with an array of musical artists from the late Jerry Garcia and Dave Matthews to Bono and Carlos Santana. Every edition is beautifully crafted and geared to every music fan, library, and institution.

    Celebrating his 50th year as one of America’s foremost popular music writers, Colorado-based G. Brown has interviewed more than 2,500 musicians, including Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, Mick Jagger, and Kurt Cobain, all of whom recounted their escapades and reminisced about what their time on the charts meant to them personally and musically.

    “Vol 1: 1978” — Classic rockers from Journey to Bruce Springsteen to the Cars, nascent new wavers such as the Police, Talking Heads, and the Clash, as well as the year’s greatest releases from rock, R&B, country, and jazz stars.

    “Vol. 2: 1984” — The biggest artists of the MTV era—Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, Huey Lewis, and even “Weird Al” Yankovic—in addition to acts from Van Halen to Prince and the year's top R&B, alternative, country, and jazz releases.

    “Vol. 3: 1991” — The grunge phenomenon from Nirvana to Pearl Jam, the explosion of rap (Public Enemy, Ice Cube), superstars from Garth Brooks to Paula Abdul to Metallica, and a full complement of one-hit wonders and underground sensations.

    “My writing has always been informed by my perspective in the Mountain Time Zone, the shared concert, radio and retail experiences in markets like Salt Lake City as well as Denver,” Brown says. “My curated archive of more than 15,000 rare promotional photos tells a remarkable visual history of seminal periods of music history. A lot of time, creativity and capital was invested by the artists in the creation of these images, and I did not want them lost to time. Via the On Record book series, it’s a privilege and even a responsibility to share them and the artists’ stories with Utah’s music fans and independent music stores such as Sound & Vision Vinyl.”

    “We are happy to be hosting G. Brown at Sound & Vision Vinyl,” owner Michael Maccarrone says. “We are a real record store … the way it was meant to be.”

    About G. Brown

    G. Brown has navigated the world’s musical landscape for decades, both as a journalist and as a radio personality. He contracted with The Denver Post for 26 years, and was published in numerous national magazines, including Rolling Stone and National Lampoon. Brown also covered music news and hosted and programmed for a myriad of Denver-based radio stations. He is the author of four other books, including the award-winning Red Rocks: The Concert Years, Colorado Rock Chronicles, and Telluride Bluegrass Festival: The First Forty Years. He was the founding director of the Colorado Music Hall of Fame beginning in 2011; he then launched and now oversees the Colorado Music Experience, a nonprofit cultural and educational organization established to preserve the legacies of Colorado music.

    For further information:
    www.colomusic.org
    www.soundandvisionvinyl.com


    Mikayla McGarvey
    Jensen Communications, Inc.
    +1 626-585-9575
    email us here

  • J.C. Leyendecker's "The Great American Illustrator” documentary will be re-released after 20 years

    Drew Stone, Line Producer & Executive Producer with Arny Stone, Producer & Director

    We are excited to get this film into the public forum again! As one of the most important illustrators of the 20th century, Leyendecker virtually invented the whole idea of modern magazine design.”
    — Arny Stone, Director and Producer
    NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, August 4, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- J.C. Leyendecker's "The Great American Illustrator" documentary will be re-released after 20 years.

    Produced and Directed by Arny Stone, the film is now restored and available for the first time in over two decades. In the spirit of independent filmmaking, the Stone Family is re-releasing the 42-minute documentary film for free on YouTube Line Producer / Executive Producer Drew Stone's Stone Films NYC channel.

    J.C. Leyendecker was the most successful illustrator of his time, creating over 500 paintings for magazine covers - including 322 for the Saturday Evening Post and advertisements that made his clients famous. His paintings portrayed a lifestyle that resonated with millions of Americans. Yet, even when depicting those issues that mattered most - a woman's right to vote, the economic woes of the depression, victory over Nazi Germany – he never employed a heavy hand or a dark mood; his images were always full of human warmth and imagination. Leyendecker told the story of consumerism as if it were lyric poetry, replacing the turbulence of cultural history with the beauteous glance, a beguiling child, a muscular vision, or a gentle hand.

    Drew Stone (Line Producer / Executive Producer) - "Similar to the Muhammad Ali documentary "Me Whee" that we put on YouTube for free for everyone to enjoy 40 years later, the Stone Family has decided it's time for the J.C. Leyendecker documentary "The Great American Illustrator" to finally see the light of day again. This important film primarily focuses on Leyendecker's art, not his personal life."

    Arny Stone (Producer / Director) - "We are excited to get this film into the public forum again so everyone can see it. As one of the most influential illustrators of the 20th century, Leyendecker virtually invented the whole idea of modern magazine design."

    Kelly Stone-Binday
    Integrated Marketing Management
    +1 914-844-1995
    email us here

  • BOB DYLAN PHOTO DISCOVERED SHOWS MAGIC MOMENT SECONDS BEFORE 1971 COMEBACK ON CONCERT FOR BANGLA DESH STAGE

     Newly discovered photograph of Bob Dylan waiting in the wings before his 1971 music performance comeback at Concert for Bangla Desh.

    Newly discovered photograph of Bob Dylan waiting in the wings before his 1971 music performance comeback at Concert for Bangla Desh.

     Newly discovered photograph of Bob Dylan waiting in the wings before his 1971 music performance comeback at Concert for Bangla Desh.

    Newly discovered photograph of Bob Dylan waiting in the wings before his 1971 music performance comeback at Concert for Bangla Desh.

    Still frames from only extant videotape of George Harrison's 1971 Concert for Bangla Desh by Richard Warren Lipack made 51 years ago in 1971.  Harrison's first moments shown returning live on stage since Beatles last paid public show of 1966.

    Still frames from only extant videotape of George Harrison's 1971 Concert for Bangla Desh by Richard Warren Lipack made 51 years ago in 1971. Harrison's first moments shown returning live on stage since Beatles last paid public show of 1966.

    Barrister Publishers, Inc.

    Barrister Publishers, Inc.

    SIDELINED FROM 1966 MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT SINGER BOB DYLAN PROMPTED BY EX-BEATLE GEORGE HARRISON TO STAR AT CONCERT FOR BANGLA DESH CHARITY EVENT 51 YEARS AGO

    ATLANTA, GEORGIA, UNITED STATES, July 31, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Fifty one years ago Bob Dylan made his first live appearance anywhere in two years. The event took place during ex-Beatle George Harrison's Concert for Bangladesh for charity at Madison Square Garden between two simultaneous shows on August 1, 1971.

    Historian Richard Warren Lipack is releasing an image of Bob Dylan moments before Dylan's amazing comeback to the concert stage in 1971. The image was recently discovered while examining old original 35mm color transparency outtakes the photographer took during the concert 51 years ago.

    Beside this, historian Lipack made a half hour long videotape with sound of the afternoon NYC concert show, for which a frame (of three deposited on Wikimedia Commons) from that video can be found on the Wikipedia and Wikiwand entries for the Concert. Despite this, the Estate of George Harrison, and son Dhani Harrison, have made no effort to reach out to learn more about this historic videotape: the only videotape of the Concert in existence. Dhani Harrison, the manager for Beatle George Harrison's estate, was born in 1978, exactly seven years later to the day of his father's 1971 concert's August 1st time stamp. Some questions are raised as to the son's veracity in the honoring of his father's legacy based on Harrison's seemingly cosmic Bangla Desh Concert dated incarnation as opposed to Beatle John Lennon's son Sean Lennon's caesarian section birth by Yoko Ono on John Lennon's October 9th birthday in 1975.

    This event also marked the return of George Harrison to the stage in a live concert after the Beatles last paid public performance at Candlestick Park in San Francisco on August 29, 1966 and following the Beatles' 1970 Break-up.

    Aside from these works author and historian Lipack owns and controls the copyrights to almost 500 behind-the-scenes negatives and images of the 1966 Beatles last concert tour, including the last live Beatles paid public performance ever - occurring at Candlestick Park described above. The photograph archive trove also includes images of the Original Yellow Submarine that inspired the 1968 release of the Beatles movie The Yellow Submarine two years later.

    Most of the 1966 images were taken by the long defunct Datebook magazine, who travelled on tour with the Beatles in 1965 and 1966, and which was the magazine that lit the bonfire against Beatle John Lennon's Beatles "more popular than Jesus" statement of 1966.

    Author Lipack was associated closely with Beatles manager Brian Epstein's mother Queenie and brother Clive Epstein in the late 1970's and early 1980's, and decided to release this important never before seen Dylan image for the historical record, as well as for fans of Bob Dylan, and for Bob Dylan himself.

    The accompanying photo shows the great Dylan just before he mounted the performance stage at the Concert for Bangla Desh on August 1, 1971. This photo marks a 'first of its kind' in the fifty-one years since the concert was mounted.

    Convincing Dylan of the significance of performing at the Concert for Bangla Desh, George Harrison persuaded Dylan to come out of semi-retirement to play classics that he hadn’t performed in years.

    A few years before the 1971 Concert for Bangladesh, Dylan was knocked out of commission for a half a decade following a motorcycle accident in 1966 that placed him into semi-retirement. And his legend grew. George Harrison was in the same boat of sorts following The Beatles' demise as a live act when they mounted the stage for their final live concert performance at Candlestick Park, San Francisco on August 29, 1966, which author Lipack published in his 1996 book: Epoch Moments and Secrets - John Lennon and the Beatles at the Mirror of Man's Destiny.

    Dylan’s August 1, 1971 first-show afternoon comeback performance should have been flawed but instead he appeared magically on stage during the first show that day - during the afternoon show - just after this moment shown here - going on and gallantly charging forward with his music prowess as great as ever before 40,000 concert attendees in this and the later evening show.
     
    Dylan was backed by just Harrison, piano man Leon Russell - who took up to playing Klaus Voormann's Fender Precision bass, and by former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr pacing steadfast on the tambourine. Dylan played five of his decade-defining songs from the 1960s. Dylan would take "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall", "Blowin' in the Wind", "It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry", "Love Minus Zero/No Limit" and "Just Like a Woman" to their highest levels ever.

    George Harrison’s "Concert For Bangladesh" became the most aggressive turning point in popular culture at the time, marking the first ever mounted star-studded charity event that would become both the model as well as setting a precedent for future charitable sponsoring concert events.

    With the former Beatles guitarist’s original noble initiative employed to summon Bob Dylan out of seclusion and back into the limelight, the action allowed for Dylan to effectively round out and downright steal the show.

    The photograph just discovered in the archives of historian Richard Warren Lipack after 51 years is presented here for the first time ever to commemorate the active work singer Bob Dylan has generated within the realms of music and art even to this day, fifty one years after his August 1, 1971 come back appearance. Shown as the sixth person from the left Dylan stands in his jeans jacket patiently waiting in the wings clutching his guitar with his back to the camera.

    This is all as ex-Beatle George Harrison in the red dress shirt discusses last minute sound details with a technician just a few feet back away from Dylan, just before Dylan's appearance. The fourth person from the left in the image recognizes Dylan and stares down at the great singer in apparent astonishment and amazement captured here.


    Other associated links:

    Beatles & Richard Avedon Copyright Controversy

    https://www.theimagingalliance.com/beatles-richard-avedon-earliest-extant-original-photos-found-spur-copyrights-controversy/

    https://www.theimagingalliance.com/tag/beatles/?sfw=pass1659072113

    https://www.theimagingalliance.com/tag/richard-avedon/

    Concert for Bangla Desh video frame(s)

    https://www.wikiwand.com/nl/The_concert_for_Bangladesh

    https://www.wikiwand.com/de/Konzert_f%C3%BCr_Bangladesch

    https://www.wikiwand.com/en/The_Concert_for_Bangladesh

    John Lennon and The Beatles Last Concerts Book:

    https://www.amazon.com/Epoch-Moments-Secrets-Hardcover-AUTOGRAPH/dp/0965095916/ref=sr_1_1?crid=YOHPO7YLGYIK&keywords=LIPACK&qid=1659277981&sprefix=lip+pack+%2Caps%2C634&sr=8-1

    Richard Warren Lipack Discovery of William F. Cooke telegraph invention builder's journal -

    https://search.yahoo.com/yhs/search?hspart=mnet&hsimp=yhs-001&type=type9099612-spa-3503-84593&param1=3503&param2=84593&p=ieee+ghn+cooke

    https://search.yahoo.com/search?p=ieee+ghn+cooke&fr=yfp-t&fr2=p%3Afp%2Cm%3Asb&ei=UTF-8&fp=1
    https://ethw.org/William_Fothergill_Cooke

    Dr. Pemberton, Asa Candler & Coca Cola Controversy

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2254481/Did-man-REALLY-Coca-Cola-Picture-Doc-Pemberton-bought-auction-suggests-company-identified-wrong-man-soft-drink-inventor.html

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424127887324731304578189533350063480

    Richard Warren Lipack
    Barrister Publishers, Inc.
    email us here

  • BOB DYLAN PHOTO DISCOVERED OF MAGIC MOMENT SECONDS BEFORE 1971 COMEBACK TO CONCERT STAGE

    Newly discovered photograph of Bob Dylan waiting in the wings before his 1971 music performance comeback at Concert for Bangla Desh.

    Newly discovered photograph of Bob Dylan waiting in the wings before his 1971 music performance comeback at Concert for Bangla Desh.

     Newly discovered photograph of Bob Dylan waiting in the wings before his 1971 music performance comeback at Concert for Bangla Desh.

    Newly discovered photograph of Bob Dylan waiting in the wings before his 1971 music performance comeback at Concert for Bangla Desh.

     Still frames from only extant videotape of Geo. Harrison's 1971 Concert for Bangla Desh by historian Richard Warren Lipack

    Still frames from only extant videotape of Geo. Harrison's 1971 Concert for Bangla Desh by historian Richard Warren Lipack

    Barrister Publishers, Inc.

    Barrister Publishers, Inc.

    SIDELINED FROM 1966 MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT EX-BEATLE GEORGE HARRISON PERSUADES SINGER BOB DYLAN TO STAR AT HISTORIC CONCERT FOR BANGLA DESH HALF A CENTURY AGO

    ATLANTA, GEORGIA, UNITED STATES, July 31, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Fifty one years ago Bob Dylan made his first live appearance anywhere in two years. The event took place during ex-Beatle George Harrison's Concert for Bangladesh for charity at NYC's Madison Square Garden on August 1, 1971 between two simultaneous shows.

    Historian Richard Warren Lipack is releasing an image of Bob Dylan moments before Dylan's amazing comeback to the concert stage in 1971. The image was recently discovered while examining old original 35mm color transparency outtakes the photographer took during the concert 51 years ago.

    Beside this, historian Lipack made a half hour long videotape with sound of the afternoon NYC concert show, for which a frame (of three deposited on Wikimedia Commons) from that video can be found on the Wikipedia and Wikiwand entries for the Concert. Despite this, the Estate of George Harrison, and son Dhani Harrison have made no effort to reach out to learn more about this historic videotape: the only videotape of the Concert in existence. Dhani Harrison, the manager for Beatle George Harrison's estate, was born in 1978, exactly seven years later to the day of his father's 1971 concert's August 1st time stamp. Some questions are raised as to the son's veracity in the honoring of his father's legacy based on Harrison's seemingly cosmic Bangla Desh Concert dated birth as opposed to Beatle John Lennon's son Sean Lennon's caesarian section birth by Yoko Ono on John Lennon's October 9th birthday in 1975.

    This 1971 concert event also marked the return of George Harrison to the stage in a live concert after the Beatles last paid public performance at San Francisco's Candlestick Park on August 29, 1966 and following the Beatles' 1970 Break-up.

    Aside from these works author and historian Lipack owns and controls the copyrights to almost 500 behind-the-scenes negatives and images of the 1966 Beatles last concert tour, including the last live Beatles paid public performance ever - occurring at Candlestick Park described above. The photograph archive trove also includes images of the Original Yellow Submarine that inspired the 1968 release of the Beatles movie The Yellow Submarine two years later.

    Most of the 1966 images were taken by the long defunct Datebook magazine, whose staff travelled on tour with the Beatles in 1965 and 1966, and which was the magazine that lit the bonfire against Beatle John Lennon's Beatles being "more popular than Jesus" statement of 1966.

    Author Lipack was associated closely with Beatles manager Brian Epstein's mother Queenie and brother Clive Epstein in the late 1970's and early 1980's, and decided to release this important never before seen Dylan image for the historical record, as well as for fans of Bob Dylan and George Harrison, and for Bob Dylan himself.

    The accompanying photo shows the great Dylan just before he mounted the performance stage at the Concert for Bangla Desh on August 1, 1971. This photo marks a 'first of its kind' in the fifty-one years since the concert was mounted.

    Convincing Dylan of the significance of performing at the Concert for Bangla Desh, George Harrison persuaded Dylan to come out of semi-retirement to play classics that he hadn’t performed in years.

    A few years before the 1971 Concert for Bangladesh, Dylan was knocked out of commission for a half a decade following a 1966 motorcycle accident in that placed him into semi-retirement. And his legend grew. George Harrison was in the same boat of sorts following The Beatles' demise as a live act when they mounted the stage for their final live paid concert performance at the August 29, 1966 Candlestick Park show, which author Lipack published in his 1996 book: "Epoch Moments and Secrets - John Lennon and the Beatles at the Mirror of Man's Destiny."

    Dylan’s August 1, 1971 first-show afternoon comeback performance should have been flawed but instead he appeared magically on stage during the first show that day - during the afternoon show - just after this moment shown here - going on and gallantly charging forward with his music prowess as great as ever before 40,000 concert attendees in this and the later evening show.
     
    Dylan was backed by just Harrison, piano man Leon Russell - who took up to playing Klaus Voormann's Fender Precision bass, and by former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr pacing steadfast on the tambourine. Dylan played five of his decade-defining songs from the 1960s. Dylan would take "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall", "Blowin' in the Wind", "It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry", "Love Minus Zero/No Limit" and "Just Like a Woman" to their highest levels ever.

    George Harrison’s "Concert For Bangladesh" became the most aggressive turning point in popular culture at the time, marking the first ever mounted star-studded charity event that would become both the model as well as setting a precedent for future charitable sponsoring concert events.

    With the former Beatles guitarist’s original noble initiative employed to summon Bob Dylan out of seclusion and back into the limelight, the action allowed for Dylan to effectively round out and downright steal the show.

    The photograph just discovered in the archives of historian Richard Warren Lipack after 51 years is presented here for the first time ever to commemorate the active work singer Bob Dylan has generated within the realms of music and art even to this day, fifty one years after his historic August 1, 1971 comeback appearance. Shown as the sixth person from the left Dylan stands wearing his jean jacket patiently waiting in the wings clutching his guitar with his back to the camera.

    This is all as ex-Beatle George Harrison in the red dress shirt discusses last minute sound details with a technician just a few feet back away from Dylan, just before Dylan's seeming magical appearance. The fifth person from the left in the image recognizes Dylan and stares down at the great singer in apparent astonishment and amazement captured here.

    Other associated links pertaining to author and historian Richard Warren Lipack:

    Richard Warren Lipack Discovery of William F. Cooke telegraph invention builder's journal -

    https://search.yahoo.com/yhs/search?hspart=mnet&hsimp=yhs-001&type=type9099612-spa-3503-84593&param1=3503&param2=84593&p=ieee+ghn+cooke

    https://search.yahoo.com/search?p=ieee+ghn+cooke&fr=yfp-t&fr2=p%3Afp%2Cm%3Asb&ei=UTF-8&fp=1

    https://ethw.org/William_Fothergill_Cooke

    Dr. Pemberton, Asa Candler & Coca Cola

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2254481/Did-man-REALLY-Coca-Cola-Picture-Doc-Pemberton-bought-auction-suggests-company-identified-wrong-man-soft-drink-inventor.html

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424127887324731304578189533350063480

    Beatles & Richard Avedon Copyright Controversy

    https://www.theimagingalliance.com/beatles-richard-avedon-earliest-extant-original-photos-found-spur-copyrights-controversy/

    https://www.theimagingalliance.com/tag/beatles/?sfw=pass1659072113

    https://www.theimagingalliance.com/tag/richard-avedon/

    Concert for Bangla Desh video frame(s)

    https://www.wikiwand.com/nl/The_concert_for_Bangladesh

    https://www.wikiwand.com/de/Konzert_f%C3%BCr_Bangladesch

    https://www.wikiwand.com/en/The_Concert_for_Bangladesh

    Richard Lipack
    Barrister Publishers, Inc,
    email us here