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Highlights from World of Dance Paris 2019

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World of Dance Paris 2019 delivered an unparalleled experience to both participants and spectators. As the largest touring event that embraces urban dance culture, World of Dance focuses on the art of street dancing and today’s new aged choreography. Hundreds of the country’s top dance teams competed in front of thousands in the performance festival setting.

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AUGUSTA — Juto on overcoming bullying through fitness and staying true to himself

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Growing up, Juto (27) was constantly bullied; feeling alienated and helpless. By introducing fitness into his daily life through dance and strength training, he made it through to the other side with his head held high. Through finding his own path in life, he has risen above his challenges while standing out from the crowd.

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Interview with creative director & photographer Emmanuel Whajah on taking his passion behind the lens

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Emmanuel Whajah, a creative director and photographer known as Emzy Production Films, has always involved himself in creative pursuits. Born in Hanover, Germany, his first passion was dancing. At the age of five he imitated his idol, Michael Jackson, and a couple years later, won a dance competition. After dancing in front of the camera for over seventeen years, Emmanuel started thinking about how he could use his talent behind the camera.

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The Face of Hunger: Reflections on a Famine in Ethiopia is a memoir about Dr. Byron Conner’s life-changing missionary trip

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The Ethiopia famine threatened the lives of many thousands of Ethiopian citizens. It has been estimated that four hundred thousand to five hundred thousand perished due to the famine in 1983-1985, and millions were made destitute. The Face of Hunger: Reflections on a Famine in Ethiopia by Byron Conner, M.D. is a memoir based on the years spent helping to the Ethiopian people and the lasting effects that followed the author’s family home to the US.

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Relive the magic of Karl Lagerfeld by watching Paris Cosmopolite, Chanel’s 2016/17 Metiers d’Art show

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Karl Lagerfeld was one of the most influential fashion designers of all time; the Creative Director at Chanel, Fendi, and his prolific namesake label Karl Lagerfeld. Rarely seen without his dark glasses, silver ponytail or fingerless gloves, he gained the reputation as the most recognizable man in fashion. With a fifty year career, Lagerfeld became a fashion legend who will forever be known as a cornerstone of Chanel’s legacy.

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Slim Turkey is a quirky true crime podcast about the unsolved murder of Richard Aderson

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Slim Turkey: The Unsolved Homicide of Richard Aderson is a podcast that focuses on the February 5, 1997 unsolved mystery of Richard Aderson, a school administrator from New York State. On February 5, 1997, Richard was driving home from his office in Montgomery to his home in Lagrange, NY. The drive usually took about forty minutes.

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Music for the people: Interview with Jorby

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We’re celebrating the Chinese New Year with Jorby, a rising singer/songwriter from Hong Kong that uses his music as an outlet for his emotions. Jorby wants his work to connect with people and be a representation of them. He never wants to lose touch with the single quality that makes us human, and that is the ability to feel and express ourselves.

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Baltimore, MA: Unfolding the universal truth: Ken Ungerecht discuses his book Divine Principles about science and spirituality

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Ken Ungerecht’s book Divine Principles examines the intersection of spirituality and science. He examines spiritual concepts with scientific principles, and addresses theories about consciousness, conception, reincarnation, and more. We discussed the path that led him to write such an ambitious book.

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Philadelphia, PA: Jaime Reyes discusses In the Beginning, a novel that explores of the origins of religion

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In his novel, In the Beginning, Jaime Reyes addresses topics of spirituality and religion from the imagined perspective of a Neanderthal tribe. We talked with Reyes about his experiences with religion, his unorthodox journey to becoming a writer, and how he became interested in Neanderthals for the subject of his book.

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Rock Hill, Pennsylvania: The Story of the Sun by Anne Hunter Logue is an illustrated book about discovering who we are

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The Story of the Sun is a colorfully illustrated book for both children and adults about our relationship with the sun and how it helps us understand who we are. We are so innocent as children, with joy and wonder in our lives. Often as our lives unfold and we grow older, much of that is lost and we forget the truth of our identity and how precious we are.

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Behind the scenes of James Barker Band’s “Never Be the Same” (Camila Cabello) music video starring Luka & Jenaly

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Luka & Jenalyn’s emotionally powerful style of dance is captured in the official music video for James Barker Band’s country cover of “Never Be the Same.” Filmed in one day at ProdStudio in Toronto, the video was directed by Ben Knechtel with video work by Lee Zavitz. Luka & Jenalyn hold nothing back as they use stunts and strong movement to capture the intimate lyrics of the song.

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Columbus, Ohio: Interview with Noel Frederick Mehlo, Jr. on his novel The Lost Ranger: A Soldier’s Story

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Brave men from the 5th Ranger Infantry Battalion were decimated on their path from the bloody June 6, 1944, D-Day invasion on Omaha beach to assaulting the fort at Brest, France five months later.  Their story is told in The Lost Ranger: A Soldier’s Story, an extensively researched novel that examines the unit that the author’s grandfather, Staff Sergeant Herbert Stanton Hull, served in during the war.

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South Carolina: Bill McDonald on his book Old Geezer Romancing In Cyberspace

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After working for three decades for South Carolina’s capital city newspaper, The State, retired journalist, Bill McDonald, takes his skills from the newsroom to write an entertaining book about his adventures in online dating as a senior citizen. Old Geezer Romancing in Cyber Space vividly shares a tell-all of the good, the bad, the uncomfortable and the hilarious that makes online dating one of the most exciting adventures Mr.

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