For an audience of 300 at the New York Stock Exchange, including members of the New York Cosmos and New York Red Bulls, the America SCORES 7th Annual National Poetry SLAM! featured poetry performances by 27 elementary school children from 14 cities. Also in attendance were guests of honor football legend Shep Messing and soccer visionary, Joseph Tacopina. The event, a benefit for America SCORES, reached its $150,000 fundraising goal thanks largely to these honorees and their friends, including international soccer icon Pelé, who collectively matched the evening’s donations with $10,000. Funds will be used to continue delivering high-quality afterschool programs for 8,000 youth at no cost to their families. Donations can be made at: www.americascores.org/slamweek.
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A house, a child, a locked wooden chest, an old notebook rediscovered, a key ... what secret awaits? For the time being, we remain in the dark.
Imbued with poetry and mystery, and, above all, that special light between sky and sea that bathes the Hamptons, the teaser of the launch advert for the new Hampton collection from Baume & Mercier is an invitation to dream, and gives us a intriguing glimpse of this upcoming event. Coupled with the film's release will be the launch of a new dedicated site, previously unpublished images on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, and events hosted at retailers around the world set to a
Just in time for Valentine’s Day this year, Choice Hotels Music is offering yet another free original song download for consumers with “Sweetest Dreams.” Performed by Holly Montgomery and available for free at ChoiceHotelsMusic.com, “Sweetest Dreams” was inspired by the poetry of a remarkable young woman named Kai Croft and its lyrics were inspired by the emotion of love.
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There’s a worldwide race to copy the human brain onto a computer chip and shrink it down to nanosize, which Josh Parker, Boston University’s most beloved poetry professor, discovers when he stumbles upon brutal murders at MIT, becoming a traget for an assassin’s bullet and placing the nation in peril. Learn more about this book and author: http://www.thefacetsproject