Corrinne May is a global troubadour. Born in Singapore and based in Los Angeles, she brings to her performances a unique East meets West perspective. Music critics who have raved about her music & voice include Performing Songwriter Magazine (“May’s voice is instantly intoxicating – beautiful and adept”), Nashville City Paper (“One part Sarah McLaughlin, one part Carole King..”) & Indie-music.com (“May’s work make the soul tremble”).Details
The American dream is not new to the world, millions of people from all over the world, have this dream. But how is this dream for professional immigrants, who dare to leave their country in search of a better life. Their dreams, though similar to other immigrants who come to USA for a better economical and political life, differs in other ways.Details
When independent filmmaker Uscla “Johnny” Desarmes wanted to tell his story about a slice of life through the eyes of a Haitian-American family, he called upon some heavyweight talent with deep Haitian roots to bring his story to the big screen.Details
For a nation that hosts as many major international sporting events including the 1995 Rugby World Cup, the 2003 Cricket World Cup, the Women’s World Cup of Golf in 2005 and 2006 and, in January 2006, the only street race in the inaugural A1 GP World Cup of Motorsport. South Africa is no stranger to world attention and scrutiny. In 2010 however South Africa will become the first African nation to host the Football World Cup, considered the world’s biggest sporting event after the Olympic games.Details
The current economic crisis has created an atmosphere of doubt and fear throughout the country. High unemployment, home foreclosures, financial bailouts and inflated prices are just a few of the external factors that cause people to feel helpless and distressed. To ease the burden of fear, redirect your focus from the external factors that are beyond your control and develop strategies to regain control of your finances and increase your income.Details
How Do I become A US citizen?
Starting October 1, 2008, the USCIS has changed the testing format for naturalization. How do you know which version of the test you will take? Those applicants who apply before October 1, 2008 and whose interview is AFTER October 1, 2008 may choose between the old and the new test.Details
Ahmad Razvi has been described as the Pakistani American Johnny Depp. Arriving in the states from Lahore, Pakistan as a young child Razvi is a very rare breed of actor that will never work on any project unless he is passionate about it heart and soul. After 911, Razvi co-founded the Council of Pakistan Organization COPO, the first ever NGO in the United States with the help of his father.Details
As if managing the day-to-day living expenses is not challenging enough, everywhere you turn financial institutions are reminding you to save now for something you’ll need or want later. That something is usually a college education, a home, a business, or a retirement. It can be any of a number of things you may desire to make life more pleasant for you and your family. Immediate needs often consume your thoughts making it difficult or next to impossible to focus on the future, particularly when there are so many unfulfilled needs in the present.Details
With a name like Marlene Forte, one can only expect to meet a woman of great strength and determination armed with a wicked sense of humor and blessed with that certain fiery Latin charisma. And indeed, Marlene wears her moniker quite well. Why? Simply because she has, against all odds, climbed her way to the top one tour de force at a time!Details
The decision to start a business poses several questions.
Do you start a new business?
Do you buy an existing business?
Or do you invest in a franchise?
While each option has its advantages and disadvantages, many are choosing to invest in a franchise, which allows individuals to establish a business based upon a proven system of success, drawing upon the franchiser’s experience and continuous support.
The vast majority of Sub-Saharan Africans who live outside of the continent are in exile. For these Africans, their condition may either be self-imposed or forced by the prevailing conditions in the continent. And the general conditions in the continent are not healthy or enriching, or conducive to personal growth and happiness.Details