Wednesday, March 31, 2010

3/31 - Terrie S. Rouse, Ted Sikora, Dr. Rick Niece, Clinton Kelly

Terrie S. Rouse - CEO - Visitor Services - US Capitol Visitor Center
The U.S. Capitol Visitor Center expects to welcome more than 200,000 visitors, nearly one-tenth of the annual visitation number, during the upcoming two-week Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, DC. Terrie S. Rouse, CEO for Visitor Services at the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center, announced a series of measures that the Capitol Visitor Center is undertaking to prepare for the annual blitz of visitors during the spring season.“The best way that you can prepare for visiting the Capitol is to go to , where you can make a free advance reservation to tour the Capitol,” Rouse advised tourists. She also said that the Website includes important logistical information that visitors need to read before they visit the Capitol. Since opening in December 2008, the Capitol Visitor Center has welcomed more than 2.5 million people to the Capitol. This figure is double the number of visitors who came to the Capitol in the previous year. The Capitol Visitor Center’s central space, “Emancipation Hall,” tells the story of the contributions of the enslaved laborers who helped build the U.S. Capitol and provides visitors the opportunity to do a self-guided tour of the statuary collection in the Visitor Center.

First time writer-director Ted Sikora's DIY Indie film “Hero Tomorrow,” is a Worldwide Film Festival Hit. This trippy comic shop romance with a superhero twist made it's world premiere at Comic Con International and has wowed audiences everywhere from New York and Montreal to Rome, Santa Fe and Sydney.  Ted Sikora is a Cleveland based Cinematographer, director and editor who has created numerous works for hire in the realms of independent film, fashion, and commercials. His experience as a writer, lyricist, storyboard artist, and composer give him rare insights into every job he takes on. Other services include FInal Cut consulting and tutorials in the Akron Cleveland area. 

Dr. Rick Niece - "Side Yard Superhero"
“Sticks and stones may break my bones but names can never hurt me?” We’re all told to believe this as children but, the truth is, the names some children are called can be the most hurtful of all. Bullying has become a national issue of concern after children and young teens who have been the victim of incessant bullying have taken their own lives. Bullying has been taken to such extremes recently that Massachusetts lawmakers are considering making bullying a crime. Not only would the assailants face prosecution of some sort but the parents and guardians could be punished as well. Dr. Rick Niece, a university president and tolerance advocate says, “Bullying is not acceptable. As adults, we need to impress upon children that bullying others, in person or online, will not be tolerated. It is wrong. If confronting bully-ism does not start with us, it will not end with children."

Clinton Kelly - Host of "What Not to Wear" 
Clinton Kelly is best known for the warm humor and stylistic flair he brings each week to TLC’s top-rated show, What Not to Wear. Since 2003 he has appeared in nearly 250 hour-long episodes of the series, in addition to several specials for TLC including Fashioning a Home with Clinton Kelly, Mind Your Manners, and Redo My Spouse.
Some women have legs that seem to extend forever, while others have the perfect hourglass figure. Whether you are a size 2 or a 22, it’s important to love the skin you are in. The key is being able to dress according to your body type & making the most of what you already have. Whether you are curvy or petite, there’s a look that’s right for you.

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