Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Tue Aug 25, 2009

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Steve Watson has been the host of the TV Show, “Don’t Sweat It.” He has also appeared on CNN, The Tyra Banks Show and The Today Show. While More And More Women Are Arming Themselves With Hammers & Drills, How Do They Know If They’re Taking On More Than They Can Handle? Recent surveys show that more than half of women homeowners say they enjoy maintenance and repair projects around the house. And these days, with so many people on tight budgets, do-it-yourself projects are becoming second nature for many. But while remodeling a closet is one thing - tiling your bathroom can be quite another! Steve Watson was born and raised in Chattanooga, Tenn., the son of a bar owner and an ultra-cool mom. As a teenager, Steve learned a little something about swinging a hammer. While working part-time doing construction, he learned the tools of the trade that would keep him fed while pursuing a career in entertainment. Later, he started his own remodeling business, focusing on residential home improvement. Basing himself on the East Coast, Steve worked steadily in the mid '90s. He worked with legendary actor Carroll O' Connor in the CBS drama In the Heat of the Night and starred opposite Emmy Award winner Sharon Gless in the MOW Separated by Murder. Other television credits include To Dance With the White Dog with Jessica Tandy and Hume Cronyn, The Hazel Brannon Story with Jane Seymour, and the TNT Civil War drama Return to Andersonville.In 1998 Steve relocated to Los Angeles and focused on stand-up comedy. He has performed at all the major comedy clubs including The Improv, The Ice House and The Comedy Store. He also spent four seasons as the host of Discovery Channel's Monster House and currently hosts HGTV's Don't Sweat It.

Neil Zlozower - "Motley Crue: A Visual History, 1983-2005 "
Neil Zlozower has been photographing bands for more than 30 years over a long and storied career and is the author of Van Halen: A Visual History and Fuck You: Rock and Roll Portraits. He lives in Los Angeles.Nikki Sixx is a founding member of Motley Crue and the author of the best-selling The Heroin Diaries. He lives in Los Angeles.

Chris Byrne - "The Toy Guy"
Chris Byrne has more than 28 years experience in the toy, entertainment and children's industries. He is content director for www.timetoPlayMag.com and editor-at-large for leading industry publications Toys & Family Entertainment and Royalties. His toy reviews, research and parenting articles are eagerly sourced by consumers and the media and can currently be found at www.TimetoPlayMag.com .

Alex Goldfayn - The Technology Tailor
In his trademark entertaining and educational style, Alex L. Goldfayn, The Technology Tailor, demystifies technology for millions of consumers each week. He hosts The Technology Tailor Show on WGN Radio, which is heard in 38 states and Canada. It’s a low-tech talk show about the latest in consumer electronics. Every Saturday Alex talks live with moms, dads, grandmas and grandpas, about shopping for and getting the most out of technology. Alex also co-hosts Good Day Technology Tailor with Dough Stephan. It’s an hour-long Saturday morning program explaining technology in the simplest terms possible. On November 1, 2008 Alex launched The Technology Tailor Minute, a syndicated short-program airing on over 320 U.S. radio stations and heard by more than 3.25 million listeners weekly. At least 40 times per year, Alex appears live on television in the largest markets in the U.S. with his top product recommendations. For over five years, he wrote the Chicago Tribune’s My Tech column, profiling how people use technology in their every day lives and work. It was distributed to over 300 publications internationally by McLatchey-Tribune News Service. Alex’s first book, Going Digital: Simple Tools and Techniques for Sharing and Enjoying your Digital Photos and Home Movies was published in 2006 by HarperCollins. It's that time of year again...back to school. With the new academic yearcome new activities both on-campus and off, new schedules and new friends.Whether the students in your life are in college or high school, it's easier(and more important) than ever to keep them connected to friends and family back home.

Animal Acres is a farmed animal sanctuary and compassionate living center located just 45 minutes from Los Angeles. Animal Acres works to promote compassionate living through its farmed animal rescue and refuge efforts, public education and outreach, and advocacy projects to prevent cruelty to farmed animals. Since we opened our doors in 2005, thousands of people have visited the sanctuary and learned that farmed animals need protection, and love, too. Animal Acres is "Home Sweet Home" to rescued cows, pigs, chickens, turkeys, sheep, goats, and other "country critters. We invite YOU to become a member of our sanctuary family too! Members contributing $25 or more annually receive our quarterly newsletter and FREE ADMISSION TO SUNDAY TOURS so you can visit your farmed animal friends as much as you'd like. An Animal Acres membership is the best way to keep our doors open to needy animals, and educate your friends and family about compassionate living choices. Here are a few more ways you can help... Recycle & Reuse for Farmed Animals! Donate items to our Thrift Store.
Pitching in for our daily farm chores. Volunteers are needed every day of the week to help us clean barns. Feeding and caring for a rescued farmed animal through our Adopt-a-Farmed Animal Project. Your sponsorship saves lives. Bringing your friends and family to Animal Acres - public tours are held every Sunday. Our beautiful sanctuary is also available for weddings, birthday parties, and other special events. Having a barn stall in your name by becoming a member of our Gandhi Society, the Animal Acres distinct donor club.
Teaching children to be kind to all animals by bringing your school or youth group to Animal Acres for a fun and educational learning experience. Placing our banner on your web site to let others know about L.A.'s new farmed animal sanctuary and compassionate living center (click here for details). Join the Animal Acres eNews & Alert list and become an active advocate for farmed.

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