I’m coming out the house this weekend and I can’t wait to hit this event. It’s like a coming out event for Me, so many people know of Me but have never Me. I’ve been out the house recently more in Baltimore. This past weekend I had My second radio interview in two weeks to promote this site as well as My other business ventures. I’ve been asked to come back and co-host on March 31st.
This Sunday I’m all geared up for the DMA
I’ll be in the building with business cards, fliers and promo issues of Experience Reality Magazine. I hope to meet some new fans, and contacts. I love My job, in fact, I interviewed one of the panel members, Brave Williams, for a magazine cover last year.
New cooking show is now seeking sous and executive chefs nationwide for a new cooking competition show filming in early 2017.
A major cable network is looking for chefs nationwide that can not only dish up an amazing meal but do it while racing a clock.
Chefs must be age 21 or older.
Calling All Executive and Sous Chefs!
In this newest culinary showdown, chefs are up against their competitors AND the clock for a chance to win a large cash prize!
Can you whip up a meal in record time? Are you able to slice and dice with the best of them and still keep your cool as the clock counts down?
To submit fill out application here.
Seeking: six millennials of all races genders, sexual preference, political, religious or non religious background with extreme opinions. Participants must be willing to voice their views and debate with others on a closed production set in Dallas TX. This is a one time appearance gig. New talent is brought in for each tapping.
This is a revolutionary, talk show where participants discuss taboo topics. Violence will not be tolerated nor berating others however you need NOT be politically correct and the more outspoken & charismatic the better! If you feel that you are a good fit please email castingforrowntable@gmail the following details:
(1) A recent headshot and full body pic
(5) Religious affiliation
(6) Political affiliation
(7) Sexual orientation
(8) Phone number
(9) Best time to contact you by phone for the initial phone interview.
MUST BE IN DALLAS, TEXAS
Twelfth Night Productions will be performing Steven Dietz’s “Becky’s New Car” in 2017. Auditions Start December 10th.
Production: “Becky’s New Car” by Steven Dietz
Directed by Jane Ryan
Produced by Twelfth Night Productions
Synopsis: Becky’s husband is a roofer, her adult son lives in the basement, and her job at the car dealership takes up too much of her time. In Steven Dietz’s surprisingly interactive play, the audience becomes the confidante of a woman facing a mid-life crisis arriving in the form of an attractive older man who buys multiple cars at a time. Assumptions are made, details not fully communicated, and events become chaotic, comic, and serious at the same time. Dietz writes engagingly complex characters; each a gem of humanity textured with absurdity.
Auditions: Saturday Dec 10 from 12:00 – 4:00 pm
Sunday Dec 11 from 6:00 – 10:00 pm
Callbacks: Tuesday Dec 13 from 7:00 – 10:00 pm
Auditions will be held at the Peace Lutheran Church, 8316 39th Ave SW.
Compensation: Non-Paid. Travel stipends are available upon request.
Rehearsals begin January 15th and will generally be Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings (some flexibility for actors’ schedules). Tech rehearsal is Saturday February 18th, and opening night is February 24th. The performances run Friday and Saturday nights with Sunday matinees through March 5th at the Youngstown Cultural Arts Center in West Seattle.
Please submit to: email@example.com
A well-known Cable TV Network is seeking single men who live in the Los Angeles area for a documentary/social experiment style show.
Needed: Single Men looking for love who appear between the ages of 20-30 years old. Must be attractive open and outgoing and open to being paired with a woman for dating.
Compensation: Paid shoot, Non-Union.
Dates Needed: December 5-22, 2016
TO APPLY: Please submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org by 2016-12-05
So I’m working hard to continue to build this site. We just celebrated our one year anniversary and while it’s not quite where I want it to be it’s getting there. I’m happy to announce that I’ve partnered with an international magazine, London LeBlanc Magazine to offer you even more exposure.
I am steadily looking for people to interview for this site but now once a month I can also highlight 2 individuals or groups in an international print and digital magazine. The first issue with My writing and interviews in it came out yesterday. Check it out https://www.joomag.com/magazine/london-leblanc-magazine-volume-12/0313334001450038793
I interviewed a plus sized model/designer from Ohio and a Emcee/Producer group from Baltimore. They came out great. If you’re interested in being featured here on the site or possibly in the magazine feel free to email Me at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
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When I look at the site it’s hard for Me to believe I started this as a little side project a year ago. I just wanted some place to share and promote things that mattered to Me that didn’t correlate with the adult entertainment side of My business. I can’t say that the site has matched My vision YET but for one year it sure has done better than I expected.
Having the responsibility of finding talent led Me to pay attention to things I hadn’t before and that opened so many doors for Me. I had been so focused on Myself for so long that taking time to focus on others has given Me immeasurable pleasure.
Last week I teamed up with London Le Blanc Magazine and now will be a contributing writer monthly starting December 2015. I’ve been given 2 pages a month for 2 separate interviews or articles. I’m so excited, that gives Me the opportunity to offer not only the opportunity to be featured here but to be published as well. I recently had the pleasure of interviewing a Playboy Playmate as well for a different magazine. All I do is to bring attention back to sites like this and My other personal projects. All I do is to promote and offer the best resources to you. You can follow London Le Blanc on Facebook at
I’ve also decided to add a new section to the site for 2016, Sapphire’s Jewel and I will feature a model a month. Look out for new site design and updates. Happy Thanksgiving you guys and don’t forget SUBMIT TO BE FEATURED OR GET YOUR MUSIC PLAYED ON THE SITE at email@example.com
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Have you ever felt stuck in the life you’ve created for yourself? Your life may be going just fine on the surface, you’re employed, you’re managing to pay your bills, you have a wonderful spouse. But you live the same routine every day, day in and day out only daydreaming about the life you wished you lived. At some point in time we all find that we feel stuck. The question is how long will you allow yourself to go on like that. Will you ever pursue your dreams and be real to your authentic self or will you just go on living a mediocre life?
We all have bills to play , we all have responsibilities and many of us have excuses for why we are not living the life we dream of living. Some of the biggest excuses we give ourselves for not chasing our dreams are
The reality is that whether we pursue our passions or allow them to lie dormant they are always in the forefront of our minds. When something is is your blood, in your heart, no matter how much you try to push the thought of it aside you will not be able to shake what’s inside of you.
There will be people who tell you you’re crazy. People will not always see your vision and that’s perfectly fine. Everyone is not meant to see, feel or understand what you do. For that very reason alone, because you may have something unique, maybe even innovative to add to the world you must be willing to follow the little voice inside guiding you towards your dream life.
It won’t be easy. Change never is, fear can ground even the mos talented, passionate individual. Fear of change, fear of inadequacy and even fear of success is a huge deterrent for some. I guarantee it will take some 20 hour days, some sleepless nights, it may even take a year worth of ramen noodles and boiled eggs for dinner but the journey towards your authentic self is it’s own reward. Some of the most important reasons for pursuing your passions and living to your own authentic self and include but aren’t limited to
Those with little money, little free time or maybe too many excuses can find ways to easily incorporate their passion int their daily lives.
There are many other ways to work your passion into your daily life. You may not be able to jump right into your dream job or position but the more you immerse yourself in your passion the closer you get each day. You open yourself to opportunities that you never will get sitting on the couch wondering what if.
Any goal is achievable when the right amount of determination, dedication, time and effort are applied. If I could leave with with a few last words of advice I’d remind you that
Need more motivation to follow your passions? Check out the articles below. These people made the leap from living mediocre day to day lives and are now living their dreams.
Sexy Sapphire 10/19/2015
Have you ever just happened to wander in on something so beautiful you found yourself stuck in a trance as you tried to take it all in? That’s what happened to Me this summer at Artscape as I wandered around tent to tent, building to building soaking in all the creativity that flowed. I somehow ended up in one of the Mica ( an arts colleges) buildings and saw a lot of people milling about on a lower level.
My friend and I followed the flow of people and walked into a concert that was already in progress. The sight shocked Me, the music coming from the stage was so sharp, and beautiful but I was not ready for the musicians, they were all children. The oldest looked about 14 maybe. These children were playing music with the talent of well trained adults who had studied the craft for years.
OrchKids is a year-round, during and after school, music program designed to create social change and nurture promising futures for youth in Baltimore City neighborhoods. Under Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s Music Director, Marin Alsop’s artistic leadership and direction, OrchKids is the cornerstone of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s efforts to expand their relevance within the broad and diverse Baltimore community. (From the website)
This group of talented youth have even been recognized by the First Lady, Michelle Obama who presented them with an award for excellence on Thanksgiving 2013. I was so lucky to happen upon them performing and was quick to whip out My camera. I captured four videos and uploaded them to youtube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCe_NSxP-NWTFCoSQDLyphvg
For more info on the Orchkids check out their website at http://www.bsomusic.org/education-community/young-musicians/orchkids.aspx