Thursday, December 31, 2009

TIGER WOODS LEAVE COSTS SHAREHOLDERS A FORTUNE


In the days beginning with Tiger Woods’ recent car accident and ending with his announced leave from his beloved sport, shareholders of companies that Tiger Woods endorses lost $5-12 billion in wealth.”

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Vodoo Violin

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DBR Official Newsletter 12.30.09

Here is a recap of the last few months as well as what's coming up next.  Thank you for all your support and we wish you a very happy turn of the decade.

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cusp conference DBR & Kaki King Othello
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DBR and Elan Vytal aka DJ Scientific were featured artists in this year's cusp conference in Chicago, IL, a conference about "the design of everything" bringing together greatest thinkers and innovators in the arts, sciences, technology, business, design and government. DBR wrote a song for Hewlett-Packard featuring DBR & THE MISSION and guitarist Kaki King, who was named a "Guitar God" by Rolling Stone Magazine.  The song, Unstoppable, was performed live in Las Vegas and is available as a limited edition free download here. DBR was commissioned by OBIE Award-winning director, Bob McGrath, to create a musical score for a contemporary rendition of Shakespeare's classic, Othello, portrayed as the captain of a basketball team. The show premiered at Virginia Tech in Nov 2009.
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Off & Running at IFC New Clef Coalition 2010 Winter Olympics
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DBR composed the score for Off & Running, a feature-length documentary film directed by Nicole Opper about an African-American teen raised by a Jewish lesbian couple in Brooklyn, will be shown at NY’s IFC Center starting Jan 29.  The film has been shown across the U.S. since its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival last spring. Troy High School Orchestra will be the first of many youth orchestras around the nation to premiere Symphony for the Dance Floor (Jan 30) born out of DBR’s passion working with young musicians. It will be performed at Rockport Opera House in Maine on Mar 7, and at the New England Conservatory in May 2010. DBR will be a soloist with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra for the Canadian premiere of Voodoo Violin Concerto at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics on Feb 14.  The very next day, Feb 15, he and DJ Spooky will unveil an exclusive duo collaboration at the Olympics Live Site.
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DMPL Sphinx Consortium New Website
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Commissioned by Brooklyn Academy of Music, DBR's evening-length multimedia pocket oratorio, Darwin’s Meditation for the People of Lincoln, made its way to North Carolina State University and Nashville's Vanderbilt University this past fall, and will have its Texas premiere at TITAS in Dallas, TX, Feb 25. DBR is currently working on his new full orchestra commission, Symphony for Dreamers, Dancers and Presidents, commissioned by the Sphinx Consortium which consists of 10 major national orchestras.  This 20-min work in 3 movements will be premiered by New World Symphony in Sep 2010.

Whether you follow him on Twitter or Facebook, DBR’s website, new & improved, is the best to place to obtain comprehensive updates on all-things-DBR.  The site now features a complete sheetmusic library of over 50 published scores, mp3 preview samples of recorded music, blogs and more.

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Woodbox Beats & Balladry BTJ & DBR In C Remixed
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DBR has just finished recording his new album Woodbox Beats & Balladry, slated for release in Mar 2010.  A collection of brand new as well as hit songs from live shows performed by DBR & THE MISSION, the album is sure to be a winner. Preview these tracks in this new promotional video. A new album of music written for Choreographer Bill T. Jones (Fela!) and Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Co. by DBR entitled Lights, Bridges and Endless Miles, will be released this spring, featuring memorable sounds from Another Evening: I Bow Down, and more. Raved by critics and recently ranked top 10 Classical chart on iTunes, In C Remixed is a  collection of remixes of Terry Riley’s composition, In C, by today’s top contemporary sonic architects including DJ Spooky, Nico Muhly, David Lang, Phil Kline and DBR.
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Thursday, December 24, 2009

Fw: News from The Hill: Senate passes historic healthcare reform bill,60-39

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News from The Hill:

Senate passes historic healthcare reform bill, 60-39
By Jeffrey Young

The Senate approved sweeping healthcare reform legislation by the narrowest of partisan margins early Christmas Eve morning, placing President Barack Obama just one step away from signing into law a longtime Democratic priority. Read more



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Monday, December 21, 2009

Saturday, December 19, 2009

FIU's O'Darris D'Haiti named finalist for Rudy Award - Sports - MiamiHerald.com

FIU's O'Darris D'Haiti named finalist for Rudy Award - Sports - MiamiHerald.com

JOBS FOR THE HOLIDAYS


UPS expects to keep on 10,000 to 15,000 holiday hires this year. The company says many who stay on will get part-time jobs, where the turnover rate is high. more than half of the company's part-time workers are college students. 10 out of 12 of UPS' top executives started in entry-level jobs.
Find Where The Jobs Are

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Boeing 787 Commercial Airplanes


The 787 Dreamliner will offer passengers a better flying experience and provide airline operators greater efficiency to better serve the point-to-point routes and additional frequencies passengers prefer. The technologically-advanced 787 will use 20 percent less fuel than today's airplanes of comparable size, provide airlines with up to 45 percent more cargo revenue capacity and present passengers with innovations that include a new interior environment with cleaner air, larger windows, more stowage space, improved lighting and other passenger-preferred conveniences.

Fifty-five customers around the world have ordered 840 787s, making the 787 Dreamliner the fastest-selling new commercial jetliner in history.

Fw: News from The Hill: Hoyer: House can pass healthcare without publicoption

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Hoyer: House can pass healthcare reform bill without public option
By Molly K. Hooper

Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said Tuesday the House can pass a healthcare bill without a public option. Read more



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US PRISON TO GET GITMO DETAINEES

Closing Guantanamo is a top priority for Obama, and he signed an executive order hours into his presidency directing that the process of closing the prison begin. Obama has said he wants terrorism suspects transferred to American soil so they can be tried for their suspected crimes.

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Fw: News from The Hill: Senate passes $1.1 trillion spending bill

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Senate passes $1.1 trillion spending bill
By Susan Crabtree

The Senate passed a huge end-of-the-year $1.1 trillion omnibus spending measure Sunday afternoon by a vote of 57-35. Read more



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Saturday, December 12, 2009

CITIES WITH BEST AND WORST TAP WATER


Knowing what's in your water is the key. Once you know which contaminants are present, you can find the best filter to get rid of them. EWG put together a thorough buying guide to help you find an affordable water filter that works for you. You can read the guidelines or search for products based on contaminants you want to get rid of.

News from The Hill: $11B in disclosed earmarks expected in fiscalyear 2010

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$11B in disclosed earmarks expected in fiscal year 2010
By Walter Alarkon

Congress is on pace to spend $11 billion on disclosed earmarks in fiscal year 2010, according to Taxpayers for Common Sense. Read more


Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Haiti's prime minister speaks at Miami conference - Americas - MiamiHerald.com

Haiti's prime minister speaks at Miami conference - Americas - MiamiHerald.com: "``It costs too much to invest in Haiti today,'' Bellerive told The Miami Herald. ``We have to lower the cost of the transactions.''"

Saturday, November 28, 2009

DETOX FOR THE HOLIDAYS


Want to detox and cleanse your body? Doing so will super boost your energy ... detox ingredients internal body cleansing internal cleanse internal cleansing ...Holidays call for celebration, and many of us know the consequences that come from drinking lots of alcohol and eating food...you can recover naturally with those simple methods.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

What is Black Friday






Black Friday is the Friday after Thanksgiving in the United States, which is the beginning of the traditional Christmas shopping season. The term dates back to at least 1966, although its usage was primarily on the East coast. The term has become more common in other parts of the country since 2000. Because Thanksgiving falls on the fourth Thursday in November in the United States, Black Friday occurs between the 23rd and the 29th of November.

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Friday, October 30, 2009

Area 51

My own encounter with an outer space visit. I was skeptical at first, but I did manage to take a picture.I had to keep my eyes on the road, it was one of those mornings. Have you ever had one of those mornings...Will keep you posted



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This Is a Labor of Love

Happy Halloween Mom. I made it just for you
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Restaurant serving 1 dollar a Meal

The line was stretching all the way out to the door.
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Monday, July 6, 2009

GOOD NEWS ABOUT AIDS


"When Micheline Leon was diagnosed with HIV, her parents told her they would fit her for a coffin. Fifteen years later, she walks ..."

"My family lost hope. They thought I was already gone," she said.

Thursday, July 2, 2009

GOOD NEWS OUT OF HAITI



DEBT FORGIVEN

IMF mission chief for Haiti

"It is a recognition of the reform efforts the government has made since 2004 and 2005 when there was some return to political stability and democracy,"

Delechat said the government's program to stabilize the fragile economy has reduced inflation, brought the budget deficit under control, improved management of public finances and increased reserves in Haiti.

If you are a first time home buyer, you live in the USA the government as part of the stimulus package will give you $ 8000.00 dollars cash after the purchase of a new home and you know with prices falling you will get a bargain and i can help you acquire that CASH...

If you own a home I can help you refinance and get some CASH out right now...

AND START INVESTING IN BEAUTIFUL HAITI...

Thursday, June 25, 2009

MICHAEL JACKSON


Michael Jackson New Music Found



Can Michael Jackson's death have Been Prevented ?


Michael Jackson

Date of Birth
29 August 1958, Gary, Indiana, USA

Date of Death
25 June 2009, Los Angeles, California, USA

Birth Name
Michael Joseph Jackson


Height
5' 10" (1.78 m)


American superstar Michael Jackson was born in Gary, Indiana in 1958 and has been entertaining audiences nearly his entire life.


Sunday, June 7, 2009

HAITIAN ARRESTED IN DMV SCANDAL


A native of Haiti who is living in Delray Beach has been arrested for providing false documents to those seeking license. Alex Adrien, was charged after he was stopped for a traffic violation and Delray Beach police said they found false immigration documents in his car.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

WORLD BANK NEW LENDING STRATEGY TO HAITI


The World Bank on Tuesday approved a new four-year, $121 million lending strategy for Haiti, the Western Hemisphere's poorest country, that focuses on economic growth, jobs and reducing the impact from natural disasters.

Sunday, May 31, 2009

HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS


To prepare for a hurricane, you should take the following measures:

* Make plans to secure your property. Permanent storm shutters offer the best protection for windows. A second option is to board up windows with 5/8” marine plywood, cut to fit and ready to install.

Thursday, May 28, 2009

HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST DIED



GĂ©rard Jean-Juste, a human rights activist and priest from Haiti, helped refugees fleeing persecution under the Duvalier regime in Miami in the '70s, then returned to Haiti in 1990 to become pastor in Tiplas Kazo.

Sunday, May 24, 2009

THE BOSTON FIRE DEPARTMENT BRAND NEW MEMBER


Nathalie Delsoin is a single mother of two girls, a veteran of the Iraq war and eight-and-a-half years of military service. She is also now a barrier-breaker for young Haitian-American girls and women across the city. She has always had a little adventure in herself, as she remembers it.

Friday, May 22, 2009

PROFILES OF NEW YORK CITY TERRORISM SUSPECTS.



Profiles of New York City terrorism suspects

Four men living in Newburgh, N.Y., are accused of plotting to bomb Jewish sites in New York City and shoot down a military airplane in the Hudson Valley north of the city.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

THE SALTIEST FOODS IN AMERICA


when you eat out at most restaurants these days, you’re almost certain to take in more than your recommended daily intake for sodium that day—about 2,300 milligrams of sodium, max. (Guess how much that is? One teaspoon.) But salt is so cheap and, makes so many foods taste delicious. In fact, the average American takes in more than the amount of sodium recommended every single day!

Thursday, May 7, 2009

OSCAR WINNING DIRECTOR HAITIAN ART ON DISPLAY IN NYC


The Oscar-winning director of "The Silence of the Lambs" has been interested in Haiti since the mid-1980s, when he lived around the corner from a Haitian art gallery. He has been collecting Haitian art ever since.
The 35 paintings by 14 self-taught artists evoke the everyday lives of Haiti's farmers, fishermen and lumberjacks. Many images portray the rugged beauty of the lush, mountainous island.

SOCIAL NETWORKS HELPING IN THE FIGHT AGAINST SEXUAL PREDATORS.

Shutting the door to sexual predators


A new law will require that sex offenders computer use be monitored and will bar access to social network sites.
Networking site such as MySpace has purged 90,000 sex offenders' profiles since 2007. In late March, a Hopkins man classified as a Level III sex offender was charged with repeatedly raping a teenage boy he met through an online service.



Tuesday, May 5, 2009

HAITIAN COFFEE (TOWO)


There was a time when Haiti’s coffee was ranked among the world’s best. Then it was not just an agricultural product but part of the entire island’s identity. Such ideas may seem a far cry from the current reality characterized by continuing political and economic crises in the Caribbean nation. But Michael Kuehn, representative of the Lutheran World Federation (LWF) in Haiti and director of the country program of the LWF Department for World Service (DWS), says coffee production is improving and on the way to restoring some self-confidence and economic recovery to Haiti.


HAITIAN COFFEE (TOWO)

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Friday, May 1, 2009

MICHELLE OBAMA STEPS OUT IN STYLE



First Lady Michelle Obama steps out in Lanvin Sneakers and they're only $540!
These sneakers suede, with grosgrain ribbon laces and metallic pink toe caps are made by French design house Lanvin, one of fashion's hottest labels. They come in denim and satin versions, and have been a brisk seller all spring.

Monday, April 27, 2009

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Saturday, April 18, 2009

11th Annual Haiti Compas Festival


Do not miss the 11th Annual Haitian Compas Festival on May 16th 2009 in Downtown Miami. Almost 11 years of tradition
Welcome To Compas Festival

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

BETTER TIMES ARE AHEAD!



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Thursday, March 26, 2009

PORTION OF UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS TAX FREE



IR-2009-29, March 26, 2009

WASHINGTON — All or part of unemployment benefits received in 2009 will be tax free for many unemployed workers, according to the Internal Revenue Service.

“This morning we learned that a record 5.6 million people were receiving unemployment benefits in the middle of March.

Monday, March 23, 2009

Vitamin D deficiency soars in the U.S., study says: Scientific American


Vitamin D deficiency soars in the U.S., study says: Scientific American "Three-quarters of U.S. teens and adults are deficient in vitamin D, the so-called 'sunshine vitamin' whose deficits are increasingly blamed for everything from cancer and heart disease to diabetes, according to new research."

Sunday, March 15, 2009

NECK FAT AND HEART DISEASE



But no matter where the excess fat is located, it's best to lose it.

Everybody who has a body-mass index over 25 increases the risk of coronary events, regardless of where they are carrying their weight.

More information from the American Heart Association.