Bài viết 07/2017

TONIGHT 7:00-10:00PM LIVE from NWCZ Radio: Mighty Mouth Blues finishes up Memorial Day Weekend with
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TONIGHT 7:00-10:00PM LIVE from NWCZ Radio: Mighty Mouth Blues finishes up Memorial Day Weekend with a big block of Blues! Featured guests Robin Moxey live in studio. From London, Bruce Mississippi Johnson shares his new release with us and Maria Chavez, Producer of Blues From The Top Festival gets us ready for their Festival in Colorado. We have some choice Blues songs of Gregg Allman AND celebrate a few of my fellow Gemini Brothers and Sisters tunes featuring Tom Boyle, Rafael Tranquilino, Lucy Hammond, Lalo Neltner, Teresa James & Gina Coleman!LISTEN LIVE AT www.nwczradio.com OR...
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Celebrating the athletes, volunteers and sponsors of Special Olympics Washington! "Inspiring Breakfa
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Celebrating the athletes, volunteers and sponsors of Special Olympics Washington! "Inspiring Breakfast With Champions! WoW! The stories of Bravery and joy in the room surrounded us all. Thoroughly enjoyed the invitation of Joe Hampson to sit at his table and meet his wonderful table-mates, including Tom, volunteer of the year. We are SO very honored to be partnering together and excited for June 2nd & 3rd where United By Music North America will perform for the WA State Special Olympics Opening Ceremonies 7-8:30 PM June 2nd at Pacific Lutheran University " - Amanda Gresham
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Barbara and I enjoyed an exceptionally inspiring Breakfast With Champions! WoW! The stories of Brave
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Barbara and I enjoyed an exceptionally inspiring Breakfast With Champions! WoW! The stories of Bravery and joy in the room surrounded us all. Thoroughly enjoyed the invitation of Joe to sit at his table and meet his wonderful table-mates, including Tom, volunteer of the year. We are SO very honored to be partnering together and excited for June 2nd & 3rd where United By Music North America will perform for the WA State Special Olympics Opening Ceremonies!
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HaPpY AnNiVeRsArY PaReNtS! I love
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HaPpY AnNiVeRsArY PaReNtS! I love, respect, admire, and honor y'all more than words can express and actions could quantify! Y'all have enhanced my life tremendously and foundationalized all the happiness, experiences, and successes that surrounds me daily, I LOVE YOU MUCHO Barbara & Raymond!
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A exquisite day with phenomenally fun friends!! Really enjoyed TWINTime on The Tacoma Narrows! So mu
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A exquisite day with phenomenally fun friends!! Really enjoyed TWINTime on The Tacoma Narrows! So much fun to share the day together with Charon, Brian, Johnny Lee, Barbara & Raymond! Really excited United By Music North America Mentor Shemekia Copeland will be able to participate more when our schedules coordinate. Mekia & Brian, here is the link that y'all requested st lunch, to the mini movie on our website www.UBMNA.org
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The quest for the family clan
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Why have Japan and, following it, the small dragons: the Republic of Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, and then China, achieved economic miracles? Is it thanks to the Asian values? Why the monetary and financial crisis in Asia three years ago and the current economic recovery in the region? Are they due to the “Asian values"? This question has raised heated discussions among economists, anthropologists and journalists of many countries.   One of the most important “Asian values” - or rather the values of oriental moral imbued with Confucianism is inconstestably the family.   In Viet...
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Building the blocks
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In September 1998, I took part, in Sweden, in a seminar on the urban tural heritage: The City - Local Tradition and Global Destiny. The Royal Palace in Luang Prabang, the San Francisco Convent, some monuments in East Africa, were projects under restoration or conservation - and under discussion.   There was a time when the former colonised countries, in their grim determination to affirm their newly regained independence, refused to integrate into their cultural patrimony any architectural works under the aegis of the colonial authorities. Now that de-colonisation has become a world-wide...
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National Parks
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In the late 1960s Cambodia had six national parks, together covering 22,000 sq km (around 12% of the country). The long civil war effectively destroyed this system and it wasn’t reintroduced until 1993, when a royal decree designated 23 areas as national parks, wildlife sanctuaries, protected landscapes and multiple-use areas. Several more protected forests were recently added to the list, bringing the area of protected land in Cambodia to over 43,000 sq km, or around 25% of the country.   This is fantastic news in principle, but in practice the authorities don’t have the resources, or...
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My TWIN! Raymond
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My TWIN! Raymond, Barbara and I loved visiting with you and Brian Schultz and Johnny Lee! As we were enjoying the gorgeous day, cool breeze, birds & boats, and lunch under the canopy, it was seaux very awe-some Brian noticed Orcas in The Tacoma Narrows! Whatta Bonus!
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Fabulous production meeting with Special Olympics Washington & Pacific Lutheran University on PL
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Fabulous production meeting with Special Olympics Washington & Pacific Lutheran University on PLU Campus for United By Music North America performing The National Anthem and a Music Set for The Opening Ceremonies for The WA State Games June 2nd and a Music Experience Workshop for the Athletes June 3rd!Amanda Barbara
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