Country Star Michael Shawn Hartman Warns Trump of Deep State Takeover

Michael Shawn Hartman, Photo Credit: Michael Sargent Photography.

Country Star Michael Shawn Hartman Warns Trump of a Possible Deep State Takeover, yet knows that Steve Bannon and his 'Killing Machine' will try have his back.

I know in my heart that President Trump is not a Nazi.”

— Michael Shawn Hartman

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, August 18, 2017 / — Former Breitbart chief Steve Bannon has reportedly been ousted from the Trump administration, sources including the New York Times and others report today. Liberals, who claim Bannon is a racist, were celebrating–but not much, saying Bannon will still wield his white nationalist political influence now with his job back at Breitbart. According to Breitbart itself today, Bannon reportedly refers to the online publication as his 'killing machine,' and he is–according to the site, preparing for war against Trump's enemies, including the Deep State. Country star Michael Shawn Hartman warns Trump to stand strong, and "Keep standing up against the fake news media."

As any President, Trump has no shortage of enemies. Even Rosie O'Donnell and Donald Trump had had a notoriously long standing feud in the media, that has never let up. With Trump famously calling Rosie O'Donnell a "fat pig," mainstream media jumped on the remarks during the Presidential campaign, which were also brought up by then Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton. The feud was quiet for a while, until now.

It started earlier this week, when country stars Tim McGraw, Michael Shawn Hartman, Kacey Musgraves, Maren Morris, and other country music stars reportedly made statements strongly against the racist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, that happened Saturday, August 12th, Hollywood Sentinel reports. Two police officers reportedly died attempting to assist in stopping the protest-turned-riot by helicopter, while one woman died on ground–struck by a speeding car that reportedly plowed in to another parked car that people were standing near. Reportedly 19 others were injured. Members of the rally which reportedly began as a protest to remove a statue of U.S. General Robert E. Lee, included the KKK, Nazis, and white nationalists, as well as counter-protesters.

Soon after, many mainstream media attacked Trump for not referring to and condemning the Nazis, KKK, and white nationalists specifically. Trump later gave a speech condemning them, stating he delayed as he had to get all of the facts known. But Trump also condemned some of who he called 'the alt left,' of whom he stated, some were bad people, carrying clubs and inciting violence, with no permit to protest. During this speech in the lobby of Trump Tower in New York, Trump repeatedly attacked the media, calling them 'fake news' who didn't care about the facts. At these remarks condemning the so called 'alt left' in addition to some on the so called 'alt right,' many media again attacked Trump, arguing he was not strongly enough condemning Nazis, racists, white nationalists, and the KKK, and essentially defending them, while the media arguably claimed, he was condemning counter-protesters who–many media argued, were simply protesting Nazi's and racists–the very thing America should stand against.

Mainstream media further hit back, stating that Trump was defending Nazis, white nationalists, racists, and KKK members. Trump hater Rosie O'Donnell took it a step further, reportedly tweeting this week that "if u stand next 2 and work with adolf trump – yes u f-ing are a nazi."

Country singer Michael Shawn Hartman came to a quick defense of the President, stating, "I know in my heart that President Trump is not a Nazi, and neither is anyone just because they want to have good working relations with our President. For a celebrity who is an opinion leader to say such harsh words and a lie about our President, is frankly, irresponsible, and foolish, and an insult to Americans as well as to the Jews and all other victim of actual Nazi's. Rosie O'Donnell should be ashamed of herself, and grow up. And I hope now that Mr. Bannon has more freedom, he can better serve and protect our President."

About Michael Shawn Hartman:

While other classmates were busy collecting spiders and baseball cards, a young Michael Shawn was busy jamming. The Singer Songwriter, and Musician, who Hollywood Sentinel hails as "The next Johnny Cash," began playing guitar at the young age of 9 years old. A second generation guitar player, music and a guitar was literally handed down to the young, future performer, growing up with his mother–also a singer and songwriter– performing on stage. With a guitar always in the corner, his older brother, who also played guitar, would tell him to pick up the instrument, and teach him how to play. "You'll know you get it right," his older brother told him, "When all of your fingers are bleeding!"

Having learned how to play 500 songs in the band "Step In Country" Michael was later invited to play a benefit concert back in 2010, and by this time had written 65 songs of his own. He later called up his old bass player, and the rest is history. Living just an hour drive from Niagara Falls, Michael Shawn was raised in the country– and raised on country. Citing Elvis, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, George Strait, Dolly Parton, and Merle Haggard among some of his favorite singers and influences, Michael Shawn's roots go deep, and one can hear his genuine soul and power in each song.

Constantly perfecting his craft, Michael Shawn Hartman recently started honing his talent yet again, now working with celebrity vocal coach Peisha McPhee, who was the Official Vocal Coach for "American Idol," and who trained her now famous daughter; singer and actress Katharine McPhee.

When asked what his life philosophy is, Michael admits, "My philosophy is don't take advantage of people, and be comfortable with everything around me. I try be the fairest I can to everybody." He adds, "Country music makes me happy when I hear it. It makes me feel good. I want to do the same for people. I want to make people happy and feel good with my music," and he adds, "stop fighting!"

Michael Shawn Hartman performs live at the Irishman Pub and Grill in Williamsville, NY at 9pm on August 26, and August 27 at 10:30am at Royalton Community Days in Gasport, NY.

For press, media interviews and booking requests please contact Hollywood Sentinel Public Relations at 310-226-7176.

Bruce Edwin
Hollywood Sentinel Public Relations
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With ‘Pill Head’ Petaluma Is the New Hollywood — Again

Pill Head

Pill Head is part of the “Lumaville” series by Daedalus Howell

Daedalus Howell & Karen Hess

Writer-director Daedalus Howell and Producer and production designer Karen Hess.

Photo by Dennis Ferguson.

Pill Head will be film on location in Petaluma, CA.

Creative Team Launches Crowdfunding Campaign for Hometown Feature Film

Our motivation to make this film is not merely to scratch an aesthetic itch — we hope to galvanize our local film community, employ local artists, and add fuel to Petaluma’s creative economy…”

— Daedalus Howell

PETALUMA, CA, UNITED STATES, August 18, 2017 / — Continuing in the tradition of Hitchcock, Coppola and Lucas, narrative art collective Culture Dept. will make their feature film debut in their native Petaluma, CA.

Comprised of producer and production designer Karen Hess and writer-director Daedalus Howell, the company’s “artsploitation” film Pill Head joins the ranks of The Birds, American Graffiti, Peggy Sue Got Married, Basic Instinct, Scream, Inventing the Abbots, and recent Netflix hit 13 Reasons Why this October when shooting commences following an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign, which soft-launched last week.

In the film, college student Theda (played by Petaluman Emily Ahrens) is a pill addict who elects to undergo an experimental sleep treatment overseen by a shady professor, Dr. Ashe (played by Petaluman Alia Beeton). When she awakes, she discovers that her treatment has resulted in the psychic ability to see into parallel universes. She seeks out a dodgy metaphysics writer to help her fathom the new power but his council leaves her ill-prepared for the machinations of the professor as the spectre of her own addiction wreak havoc on her sense of self. To break free, she switches identities with another young woman and, as her possible fates unfold before her, she ventures to the brink of sanity to make a defining decision. The path Theda finds herself on could lead to redemption but it may also cost her life. The question is — which one?

An expansion of the darkly comic universe of writer-director Daedalus Howell’s “Lumaville” novels (Quantum Deadline; The Late Projectionist), Pill Head marks the fifth collaboration for Culture Dept., which was aptly described by the Petaluma Argus-Courier as “A pair of local artists with a habit of staging offbeat performance art events in Petaluma” including a postcard exhibit, a pop-up video store, and a fake 80s New Wave band. Whereas Airport Bar, the team’s anti-travel ban performance that recreated an airport bar (“…Their most political statement yet.” — North Bay Bohemian) spoke to international concerns, Pill Head instead focuses its lens on local issues like the burgeoning opioid addiction in small towns like Petaluma.

"'Pill Head' makes a unique and personal statement on a universal theme — redemption — while interrogating the very concept with questions like 'Does it count toward my major?' and 'Is it habit-forming?'" says Howell. "Our motivation to make this film is not merely to scratch an aesthetic itch — we hope to galvanize our local film community, employ local artists, and add fuel to Petaluma’s creative economy while capturing this particular moment in its history."

The Indiegogo campaign can be found at or by visiting
The official hashtag for the film is #pillheadmovie. Karen Hess and Daedalus Howell are available for interviews. Call (707) 347-9772 or email to schedule.

Daedalus Howell
Culture Dept.
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LE&RN to host 8th annual New York Walk to Fight Lymphedema & Lymphatic Diseases at Brooklyn Bridge, September 17, 2017

Nicole Faccio with her 2016 NY #LymphWalk team, Brooklyn, NY

Nicole Faccio with her 2016 NY #LymphWalk team, Brooklyn, NY

New York Walk to Fight Lymphedema & Lymphatic Diseases

New York Walk to Fight Lymphedema & Lymphatic Diseases

Nicole Faccio 2016 NY #LymphWalk team Brooklyn Bridge

Nicole Faccio 2016 NY #LymphWalk team Brooklyn Bridge

Hundreds of participants expected; New Yorker and lymphedema activist Nicole Faccio to keynote

I am asking our leaders to invest in quality of life for millions of citizens so people can get proper and affordable care. I am advocating for funding for research, education and, eventually, a cure.”

— Nicole Faccio

NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, August 18, 2017 / — On Sunday, September 17, beginning at 9am, hundreds of supporters will come together at the base of the Brooklyn Bridge in Cadman Plaza Park, New York City, to kick off the 8th annual New York Walk to Fight Lymphedema & Lymphatic Diseases. The yearly event raises awareness and funding for lymphedema (LE) and lymphatic disease (LD) education, research, and advocacy. Companies will provide LE and LD product demonstrations and information. Speakers will address the progress made and the challenges the community continues to face. Keynote speaker Nicole Faccio will be honored for her ongoing activism at the state level by New York State Senator Martin J. Golden and New York State Assemblymember Linda B. Rosenthal. Darren Wennen, Vice President of Marketing Tactile Medical, will be given the 2017 LE&RN Impact Award.

"I hope my voice increases awareness of lymphedema and lymphatic diseases,” Nicole said. “I am asking our leaders to invest in quality of life for millions of citizens so people can get proper and affordable care. I am advocating for
funding for research, education and, eventually, a cure."

Since her success at last year’s New York #LymphWalk, Nicole has become a leader in New York State's lymphedema movement, making a trip to Albany in March of 2017 for World Lymphedema Day. Nicole’s passion for the cause served to galvanize lawmakers; many have now joined forces with Nicole and LE&RN to pass a lymphedema insurance bill in New York State which would require insurance coverage for equipment, supplies, devices, complex decongestive therapy and out-patient self-management training, and education for the treatment of lymphedema.

To register for the year’s New York #LymphWalk, join a team, form a team, support a team, or become a Virtual Walker, just visit Registration is $20 and each fully registered team member will receive a t-shirt and medal at the end of the Walk. LE&RN thanks National Series sponsors BSN medical (Premier Presenting Sponsor), Tactile Medical (Presenting Sponsor), BioCompression Systems, Juzo, ImpediMed/L-Dex, Eiger, Sigvaris, MediUSA, Herantis, LympheDIVAS, and Lympha Press, as well as local sponsors Lymphedema Products, Norton School, Nesquik, ShechterCare, MME Ink, ILWTI, Wyatt Rehabilitation. Visit to find out more about New York #LymphWalk, as well as other events around the country.

About LE&RN
Founded in 1998, the Lymphatic Education & Research Network (formerly LRF) is a 501(c)(3) not-for profit organization whose mission is to fight lymphatic disease and lymphedema through education, research and advocacy. LE&RN provides valuable education resources for the millions of people who suffer from lymphedema and lymphatic disease. LE&RN fosters and supports research that can deepen the medical community's understanding of the lymphatic system. For more information about lymphatic disease or the Lymphatic Education & Research Network, please visit or call (516) 625-9675.

Laura Farrell
Lymphatic Education & Research Network
(917) 751-7279
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Lerner & Rowe Invests in Bullhead City Youth Through $400 Sponsorship of Boys & Girls Clubs of the Colorado River

Lerner & Rowe Gives Back logo

Lerner & Rowe Gives Back

Arizona personal injury law firm's sponsorship supports the only youth basketball league program in the Tri-State area of Bullhead City, Fort Mojave & Laughlin.

Our legal team is pleased to support the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Colorado River and their efforts to better the lives of local Bullhead City youth.”

— Kevin Rowe

BULLHEAD CITY, NV, UNITED STATES, August 18, 2017 / — For the second year in a row, the Bullhead City personal injury law office of Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys is a proud sponsor of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Colorado River. The law firm’s $400 sponsorship will be put towards one of the Club’s youth basketball league teams. Having been around for over 27 years, the Club’s basketball league is the area’s largest and longest running youth basketball program in the areas of Bullhead City, Fort Mojave and Laughlin.

“The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Colorado River ensures that over 1,300 local youth have a safe place to go after school. It is also a place that offers a variety of programs that encourages youth to grow and realize their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens,” said personal injury attorney Kevin Rowe. “For these reasons and more, our legal team is pleased to support the Club and their efforts to better the lives of local Bullhead City youth.”

To learn more about the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Colorado River youth basketball league and other programs, visit or call (928) 763-1411.

More About Lerner and Rowe

For additional information about Lerner and Rowe’s Bullhead City personal injury attorneys call (928) 923-6777. To learn more about the criminal defense and bankruptcy services offered by their partner law firm Lerner and Rowe Law Group, visit or call (602) 667-7777.

To connect with the law firm socially, follow Lerner and Rowe on Twitter, or become a fan of their Facebook page. Also visit to learn more about the community services that the lawyers and legal support team of Lerner and Rowe actively support.

More About Boys & Girls Clubs of the Colorado River

Since 1988, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Colorado River have served the youth of the Tri-State area that makes up Bullhead City, Fort Mojave and Laughlin areas. The Bullhead City branch features game and activity rooms, tech center, education center, arts & crafts classroom, an instructional galley kitchen and an on-site greenhouse Learn more at or by calling (928) 763-1411.


Kevin Rowe, ESQ.
Lerner and Rowe, P.C.
(602) 977-1900
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NCJFCJ and National Juvenile Defender Center Address LGBTQ Youth and Adolescent Development

Two bench cards released for LGBTQ Youth and Adolescent Development

Judges play a critical role in both ensuring that courts and justice professionals recognize the developmental differences, and to treat LGBTQ-GNC individuals with fairness, dignity, and respect.”

— Judge Anthony (Tony) Capizzi

RENO, NEVADA, UNITED STATES, August 18, 2017 / — (Reno, Nev.) – The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ), in partnership with the National Juvenile Defender Center and the State Justice Institute, recently released two bench cards: one with principles and best practices to ensure that LGBTQ-GNC people in the courtroom are treated with respect, and one addressing adolescent development in delinquency proceedings.

The bench card, Access to Juvenile Justice Irrespective of Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Gender Expression (SOGIE) supports and provides guidance on working with youth or other juvenile court participants that identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, and gender non-conforming (LGBTQ-GNC) youth.

LGBTQ-GNC youth are disproportionality represented in the juvenile justice system. LGBTQ-GNC youth represent five to seven percent of the nation’s youth population, but 20 percent of those are in juvenile detention facilities. 85 percent are youth of color, and 40 percent of girls in detention facilities identify as LGB-GNC.

“Judges are ethically obligated to promote access to justice for all, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation or religion,” said Judge Jay Blitzman, Middlesex Division of the Massachusetts Juvenile Court, who helped draft the bench cards. “With the NCJFCJ’s endorsement of this bench card, it allows us, as judicial leaders, to model good behavior for ourselves, our court personnel, members of the public including the children and families whom we serve.”

The SOGIE bench card encourages judges, and all those subject to the judge’s direction, to be free from personal and extracurricular biases while promoting access to justice for all. It outlines unique considerations at every stage of the case including to: not make assumptions regarding sexual orientation or gender identity; be mindful of the unintended consequences of “outing” a child; supporting an individual’s expression of gender identity by using their preferred name and pronouns of choice; allow transgender and gender non-conforming people to wear clothing that matches their gender identity and expression; among others.

It also outlines recommendations and considerations for specific stages of the case, understanding LGBTQ-GNC terminology, and encourages training and education for judges to ensure all treat LGBTQ-GNC people in the courtroom with respect.

“In many cases for LGBTQ-GNC youth the last stop before hope is lost is the courtroom. Disproportionately represented in the juvenile justice system by the time they come to court these youth may have experience bias and prejudice at home, school and community,” said Judge Ramona Gonzalez, La Cross County Circuit Court. “How a judge speaks to and engages with a youth will not change past adverse experiences but it can be a new beginning where respect, hope, and justice thrive.”

Applying principles of adolescent development in delinquency proceedings encourages judges to understand and learn the developmental differences between youth and adults, and must consider them in judicial decision-making and interactions with youth in court.

“Youth are different from adults and young children are different from older teens,” said Melissa Sickmund, Ph.D., director of the NCJFCJ’s National Center for Juvenile Justice. “The way we understand their behavior and our response to their needs must take those differences into consideration. This bench card gives specifics on how to do that and still hold youth accountable.”

Research shows that adolescents are not just small adults, but are constitutionally different. Adolescents are less culpable and more capable of reform than adults, and are therefore less deserving of the most severe punishments. Adolescents also develop at different rates in social, emotional, physical and cognitive domains.

“Promoting positive youth development and encouraging judges and all actors to utilize research and evidence-based practices reduces recidivism and empowers children,” said Judge Blitzman.

This bench card outlines key principles and research on adolescent development that judges should consider and integrate at each stage of a child's case. Important judicial considerations and practical guidance is offered to help judges translate those principles into practice in the courtroom, which includes sample questions and colloquies that can be utilized in judicial decision-making and interactions with youth in court.

“These bench cards are essential tools to assist juvenile and family court judges and ensure developmentally appropriate, bias-free courtrooms that strengthen a child’s likelihood for success,” said Mary Ann Scali, executive director of the National Juvenile Defender Center. “The NCJFCJ’s endorsement of these cards encourages strong on-the-bench judicial leadership to improve outcomes and increase youth understanding of the court process while ensuring everyone in the courtroom is treated with dignity and respect.”

"The State Justice Institute commends the NCJFCJ and the National Juvenile Defender Center for their continuous effort to provide outstanding educational tools to better inform juvenile and family court judges about the best practices and latest science available on adolescent development,” said Jonathan D. Mattiello, executive director of the State Justice Institute.

The NCJFCJ Board of Directors voted to support and endorse the policies and practices outlined in these two bench cards during their July 2017 annual meeting.

“These resources are part of a line of important informational and policy statements from the NCJFCJ,” said Judge Anthony (Tony) Capizzi, NCJFCJ president. “Judges and judicial leadership play a critical role in both ensuring that courts and justice professionals recognize the developmental differences, supported by the research on adolescent development, between youth and adults and to treat LGBTQ-GNC individuals with fairness, dignity, and respect.”

For more NCJFCJ resolutions and policy statements, visit

About the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ):
Founded in 1937, the Reno, Nev.-based National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, is the nation’s oldest judicial membership organization and focused on improving the effectiveness of our nation’s juvenile and family courts. A leader in continuing education opportunities, research, and policy development in the field of juvenile and family justice, the 2,000-member organization is unique in providing practice-based resources to jurisdictions and communities nationwide.

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SUZANN K Digital Artistry

Painting created by transforming a photograph into a digital painting

“Prague the city of one hundred spires.”

Painting created by transforming a photograph into a digital painting

9th Hole Pebble Beach Golf Course

Painting created by transforming a photograph into a digital painting

Gondola Rides Venice Italy, Town Square Krakow Poland

Featured Artist at Dexter's Restaurant Lake Mary, Florida

LAKE MARY, FLORIDA, USA, August 18, 2017 / — SUZANN K Digital Artistry is proud to announce that Dexter's Restaurant has selected fourteen of Suzann K 's paintings to be featured, and available for purchase in their Lake Mary location 1145 Townpark Avenue.

Using creative digital techniques, as well as great attention to detail, SUZANN K has transformed her travel photographs into unique, limited edition, digital paintings which are printed on HD Metal. HD Metal is truly an unbelievable medium. Colors you could never imagine come to life as vivid works of art.

Dexter's Restaurant has had an art program for over 20 years, and local artists are shown in all four Dexter's locations in Orlando. The artwork typically changes on a monthly basis, and there is about a three-year waiting list of hopeful artist. This month SUZANN K DIgital Artistry will be featured along with 3 other talented artists. Marcia Lain Herring, Anne Marie Billings and Nick, Nix Art. If you have always wanted unique limited edition art now is the time to visit Dexter's restaurant.

Suzann Kaltbaum
SUZANN K Digital Artistry
(407) 913-0669
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National Parks – NATIVE AMERICAN ARTIST, ROSE B. SIMPSON, Revives Ancient Arts With Contemporary Context

National Parks Arts Foundation

Rose Simpson Aztec Ruins Artist in Residence

National Parks Arts Foundation

Aztec Ruins National Monument Artist in Residence

National Parks Arts Foundation

Aztec Ruins Artist in Residence Rose B. Simpson

National Parks Arts Foundation

Rose Simpson Aztec Ruins Artist in Residence

National Parks Arts Foundation is the Leader of National Parks arts programs nationwide

I will study how my ancestors…did not define a separation between aesthetic awareness and the utilitarian object, from architecture to a vessel for eating.”

— Rose B. Simpson

SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, UNITED STATES, August 18, 2017 / — Internationally recognized multi-media artist and sculptor Rose Simpson, has been announced as National Parks Arts Foundation’s newest Artist-in-Residence at Aztec Ruins National Monument, by the patronage of the National Parks Arts Foundation and NPS. Perpetuating the honorable tradition of familial importance, her mother, renowned Santa Clara Pueblo ceramic artist Roxanne Swentzell, will be working alongside Simpson ,at times, during the residency. A free celebratory showcasing and dinner will display traditionally thrown and fired pottery, completed while in residence at the park, along with a not-to-be-missed lecture regarding her artistic career will be held at the Aztec Ruins National Monument Visitor Center Auditorium on September 16th at 6:00 pm, and will be open to the public. A full listing of public engagements can be found below.

The National Park Service at Aztec Ruins National Monument encourages visitors of all walks of life to learn firsthand about the first peoples who sculpted the Southwest. Visitors will have the opportunity to meet and interact with Simpson, whose family documented Puebloan culture for more than four generations. Park goers are expected to witness the cultural heritage, passion, and ingenuity that has been passed from grandmother to mother to child to grandchild.

Simpson will spend one month in the fresh air of Northwestern New Mexico on Aztec Ruins National Monument’s park grounds, studying the ancient site, while working with pottery to reinterpret the traditional esthetic famed by Chacoan artifacts. “I will study how my ancestors…did not define a separation between aesthetic awareness and the utilitarian object, from architecture to a vessel for eating.” Simpson said. She plans to capture the masterly preserved reminisces and unbeatable landscapes of the ancient site, using natural materials and timeless methods of firing.

Simpson investigates her indigenous heritage using traditional art techniques in a non-traditional manner, by incorporating contemporary elements and compositions. The rough, aged, and weathered figures found in her clay work transcend time by material; yet connect to present times by context. With Santa Clara heritage, Simpson embraces her ancestry while continuously exploring the vast and ever-expansive narratives of the indigenous people of North America. Sculpting on the ancient grounds of Aztec Ruins National Monument will hone in on the fundamentality of the location as an indispensable site of historic as well as familiar significance.

Simpson has participated expansively in exhibits throughout The United States, as well as internationally in Toronto, Canada, New Zealand, and Japan. Her work has also appeared in the magazine, Art in America. Her recent work will be viewable at her highly anticipated upcoming exhibition at the Wheelwright Museum. By engaging Park visitors with her open creativity, exemplarily repertoire, and unmatched artistic interpretations, she will assist the National Parks Arts Foundation in its mission to aid in the conservation of National Parks natural and historical merits through artistic analysis and community involvement.

The Artist-in-Residence program offered by the National Parks Arts Foundation is an unmatched opportunity offered to national and international artists of all mediums and careers. The foundation offers the only nationwide program for arts in our National Parks. For current applications to various unique Parks, please visit –

Public Engagements :

Rose Simpson’s Final Residency Presentation and collaborative dinner will be at Aztec National Monument Visitor Center Auditorium on September 16th at 6:00 pm, for NPS staff and visitors.
Other Engagements To Be Determined.

More About Aztec Ruins National Monument

Pueblo and Kiva structures that are believed to date back between the 11th and 13th century are housed on the vast grounds of Aztec Ruins National Monument. Distinctly rough desert terrain accompanies the ruins in all directions. The construction of these buildings can be attributed to Ancestral Puebloans, which have become the center point of learning for the National Park Service, archeologists, and visitors alike. The Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as a sister site to Chaco Culture National Historical Park.

More About The National Parks Arts Foundation (NPAF)

The National Parks Arts Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to the artistic inspiration of the National Parks of the U.S. by creating dynamic opportunities for art programs, based in our National Parks, National Monuments and World Heritage Sites .NPAF National Park projects are supported by partnerships and generous donations.

For more information on how you can support the Aztec Ruins National Monument Artist in Residence and other NPAF arts programs nationwide, contact:
Website :
Email :
Phone Number : (505) 715- 6492

* A Special THANK YOU to the FRIENDS OF AZTEC RUINS, a major sponsor of this, the Aztec Ruins National Monument Artist in Residence Program. *

Cecilia Wainright
National Parks Arts Foundation
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Award winning murder mystery creator launches brand new immersive solo play product on Kickstarter

A sample box from the CosyKiller series

A sample box from the CosyKiller series

The team behind the CosyKiller project

The team behind the CosyKiller project

The Red herring Games team at their most recent award win - being presented their award by Sue Perkins

The Red herring Games team at their most recent award win – being presented their award by Sue Perkins

Already funded and with two weeks left to run, Cosykiller looks set to be a new gaming experience that will take the world by storm.

GRIMSBY, LINCOLNSHIRE, UK, August 18, 2017 / — Red Herring Games have been creating award winning murder mystery games for over 10 years.

Cosykiller is their latest murder mystery design and is aimed primarily at the solo sleuth. With just two weeks left to run on their Kickstarter Crowdfunding campaign and already fully funded – this new game format looks set to take the world by storm.

The unique crime puzzle game will enable individual players to immerse themselves in the golden age of fiction in a self-driven investigation which will require all their intelligence and perception. It's like an Agatha Christie novel but with you playing Miss Marple!

Unlike many role playing games on the market which are utilising modern gadgetry, Red Herring Games have returned to old fashioned era of deduction, presenting the players with documents and artifacts from the 1930s as they try to discover the perpetrators of a cold case.

“Everyone is going digital these days,” Said managing director Jo Smedley, “But we wanted to go back to the touchy-feely world of the 1930s. No one gets mail any more. Everything is on-line, but there is something really special about handling letters and objects. We wanted to supply a product that was immersive, engaging, and encouraged discussion.”

Cosykiller is the first murder mystery game aimed at the solo sleuth, but it’s also ideal for families and small groups.

“Families and small groups can work together to puzzle out the boxes.” Jo Smedley said. “We imagine over the course of the year players might end up producing their own version of an incident board to help them puzzle through the mystery.”

The company has launched the project on Kickstarter on the 1st August and within 24 hours had already raised 70% of their development. With just under two weeks left to run, Red Herring Games are appealing to those interested in obtaining the first box for Christmas to sign up through their Kickstarter program now. Those interested can pledge to receive just one box or the entire series and join the others who are gaining a massive discount before the product goes live just before Christmas this year.

For more information, please visit

Jo Smedley
Red Herring Games LTD
44 1472 348909
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CosyKiller on Kickstarter – the project explained

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Dubai Evening Safari – Adventure Planet Tourism L.L.C

Dubai Evening Safari as one of the most successful leading Tour Agency in the Oasis Desert of United Arab Emirates.


— Michelle Dela Cerna

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, August 18, 2017 / — Capturing the heart of Millions of tourist worldwide!

A Tourism Global Quality Licensed Company providing the excellent and unique style of service and delivers the promise of true indulgence of the abundant Dubai Desert.
Dubai Evening Safari as one of the mainstream tourist attraction in Dubai which has been most visited by the Millions of Tourist every year and putting the map of Dubai in the Global Tourism Arena.

Dubai Evening Safari Team Cordially invites and welcome’s you to the Adventurous world of Desert Safari. Traverse and experience the natural beauty of Dubai Desert and test your Adrenaline Rush while driving in a Red Sand Dunes with our Professional Driver following the Global Safety Standards, Your safety is our most priority concern to fulfill your adventure experience. Interact yourself to the
“Ship of the Desert” by Riding the Camel and feel the magical experience by taking some snap of the camera together.
Be amazed of our Arabic Themed and Bedouin-Style Camp Base and feel free to wear some Traditional Arabic Costumes for your
Instagram and Facebook post photographs.
You can treat yourself with warm complimentary drinks like Arabic Qahwa, Coffee, and the special Tea together with the unlimited Soft drinks and Water. Discover your Art Passion by getting the traditional temporary body art in your pleasing hands called Henna Tattoo. Fulfil your hunger and satisfied your cravings into our Jaw-dropping International Buffet Dinner for vegetarian and non-vegetarian with the special twist of Grilled Barbecue.
And at night, you will witness the Colorful and Entertaining world-class Live Show perform by the selected performers intended to all guests, and you will end your night at the Desert Camp by being a stargazer of the Billions of the Star above.

As of many years of successfully providing quality service,
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Author Loretta M. Herrington to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES, August 18, 2017 / — Our soul path is the iterations of our soul through the centuries: where we’ve been; what we’ve learned; and what we’ve come back to do. It’s how we navigate our soul’s physical journey.

But imagine you met someone you remembered from your soul’s past – and they remembered you, too!

“He kept saying, ‘Why is this happening? I don’t understand it,’” recalls Loretta Herrington.

Loretta is the author of Piece of Soul Through the Heart: A Soul's Journey, which recounts the story of this remarkable experience and the friendship they built together.

“Meeting someone for the very first time and knowing that you’ve known them before: that was a shock,” recalls Loretta. “When I was in the presence of Zura, I felt a strong connection and it was very disconcerting. I’d not experienced something like this before. My existing belief system was completely rocked.”

Loretta continued to work through this experience with her Soul Path consultant to help her understand why these things happen.

“It’s an awakening and it will turn your world upside down for a while,” says Loretta. “But it’s about what you want to do with it. I saw it as God’s will. We established a lasting friendship and then we began discussing this connection. We took it very slowly.”

Loretta says most people who have these experiences (and it’s more people than you would think) choose not to pursue the relationship because it’s scary and challenging.

“It opened up a whole different horizon,” says Loretta. “I made the decision to continue and we have stayed in touch since 2009. We ended up sponsoring his residency and two years ago he became a citizen.”

Zura, who is originally from Georgia, told Loretta he’d felt so alone in this country until he met her.

“Most people would just call it Déjà Vu,” says Loretta, “but souls evolve. We have to let go of our apprehensions and trust our intuition more. That’s what it’s about. We come back hopefully to do better work.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Loretta M. Herrington in an interview with Doug Llewelyn on August 22nd at 12pm and with Jim Masters on August 29th at 12pm EDT.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio.

If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.

Piece of Soul Through the Heart: A Soul's Journey is available on Amazon.

Lou Ceparano
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