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Working Together: Vehicles for Peace

COLUMN: From a spiritual standpoint, communication is probably the most important thing we do everyday. We all think we do our best to convey...

Author Dee Dee Phelps to Receive Best Pop Campaign Award at Book Publicists Awards Dinner

Vinyl Highway awardLOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Altergate Publishing announced today that former TV anchor, author, and celebrity presenter Kelly Lange will give the Best Pop Campaign Award to Dee Dee Phelps for her 2007 promotion of "Vinyl Highway, Singing as Dick and Dee Dee" (ISBN: 978-1-934321-75-1).

AMP Cosmetics Mixes Bold Makeup with Rock Music

AMP CosmeticsOAKLAND, Calif. -- AMP Cosmetics has launched a new line of cosmetics that rock. The products are dedicated to women who not only changed the sound, but the look of rock and roll. The team of experts at AMP Cosmetics has assembled a collection of high-quality products in some of the most vivid and bold colors available today.

Sculpture Honors Holocaust Victims – G. S. Stuart Exhibit at the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

The HolocaustLOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Gallery of Historical Figures announces "The Holocaust," a realistic sculpture by artist G. S. Stuart pays homage to the millions of victims slain in the death camps of World War II. After extensive research, Stuart set a working prisoner in Auschwitz and then carefully modeled the tableau in quarter life size.

Next-Generation Variety Show Fuels Experimental Electronica Music Videos

ipromise2beyou videosHOLLYWOOD, Calif. -- As an international distributor of electronic musical instruments during the 1990s, Geoff Farr frequently spent long nights in European hotel rooms watching the only television programs that required no translation: short experimental videos backed with electronic music scores. Farr says German television was an especially rich medium for an American insomniac interested in creative new videos.

Harvey Coachworks Offers Eco Friendly All-Electric 'BugE' Commuter Vehicle

Harvey CoachworksKNOXVILLE, Md. -- The continually rising price of gasoline has many people looking for preventative medicine for that ever growing ailment. One area where they are seeking to find relief from the pain at the pump is in their daily commute. For many commuters the all-new "BugE" Personal Electric Transport from Harvey Coachworks may be just what the doctor ordered.

Jessica Alba is Radiant at Diamond-Studded 'Good Luck Chuck' Premiere

LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Jessica Alba dazzled her fans in over $170,000 of Whiteflash diamond jewelry last week at the premiere of her highly anticipated romantic comedy, "Good Luck Chuck." The young actress, well-known for her roles in Dark Angel, Sin City and two Fantastic Four blockbusters, is one of Hollywood's hottest stars.

TeamF1, Inc. Joins MIT Kerberos Consortium as a Founding Sponsor

FREMONT, Calif. -- TeamF1, Inc., the high-performance embedded networking and security software company, today announced it has signed on as a founding sponsor of the MIT Kerberos Consortium, a non-profit group with a vision of promoting an environment where fully functional and interoperable Kerberos-based authentication and authorization will be as ubiquitous as TCP/IP-based networking itself.

L.A. Playwright James Nemec Creates an Enormous Wave with His New Book, 'Touch the Ocean'

Touch the OceanPALM BEACH, Fla. -- James Nemec, LMT, CST-D, raised on the Atlantic ocean, begins to question the power of touch and collective emotions in the CraniOcean Media release of, "Touch the Ocean: The Power of Our Collective Emotions" (ISBN: 978-09792805-0-4). "One Light Touch Can Change the World" is a theme that runs throughout this intriguing look at the power of light touch and the possible effects of positive and negative energy that is released into the world.

GRACE Founder, Natasha Martin, Goes Beyond Microfinance to Help NGOs in Africa Address AIDS Epidemic

prevent mother-to-child-transmission of HIVHALF MOON BAY, Calif. -- Natasha Martin, founder of Grassroots Alliance for Community Education, G.R.A.C.E. explains "where the money goes" for grant and microfinance projects to a group of philanthropists in Northern California. These donors learn the complexities in deciding which three Kenyan grassroots community-based NGO (non-governmental organization) projects should be the recipient of a five thousand dollar grant.

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