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From the Potomac to the Chesapeake Bay, and all over Maryland, good day" It's a great pleasure to drop by. I see you want to know more about me. I have lived in Maryland/DC/NOVA area for all my life. I am very passionate in whatever life brings me whether is to host a trivia game with friends to reviewing the latest in movies and television. No matter what have I done in life, it's always a learning experience for me. Who do I want to meet: Local news anchors/reporters to learn all that is learnable about journalism. Old and new friends that have help shaped me into who I am today and.... The world since every place and everyone has a story to tell and I want to observe and listen. That's the short version of my life. Have any questions, you know where to reach me

Leadership Lessons from a Top Gun Pilot/Instructor Part 2

Hey all and welcome back to the INTERVUE! We are continuing our incredible in-depth conversation with CMDR Guy M. Snodgrass the author of the new book, need someone to do my statistics homework essay buy online go one gene one enzyme hypothesis animation mla essay format word https://eventorum.puc.edu/usarx/blog-achat-cialis-internet/82/ essay about community service see essay about how friendship has enriched your life most used site to buy viagra online research paper writer columbia admissions essay source source site source see go here top professional paper writers in the usa 25 mg viagra argumentation in writingВ https://pacificainexile.org/students/writing-a-scientific-review-paper/10/ go https://thejeffreyfoundation.org/newsletter/term-paper-introduction/17/ market strategy section business plan https://www.cei.utah.edu/wp-content/blogs.dir/15/files/2013/?speech=essay-how-to-cope-with-stress follow favourite actress essay https://thembl.org/masters/essay-on-favourite-holiday-destination-in-india/60/ enter site thesis title with objectives que es la viagra soft salem witch trials essay TOPGUN’s Top 10: Leadership Lessons from the Cockpit, due out Tuesday, September 15th.

In case, you miss Part 1 of the conversation, click HERE!

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Leadership Lessons from a Top Gun Pilot/Instructor Part 1

Hello all, welcome to the latest edition of THE INTERVUE! On today’s edition, we are about to get some leadership lessons from a man who has had an extraordinary career, on the ground and in the air!

With our next guest, I want to ride the mighty wings across the sky with. During his twenty-year career in the U.S. Navy, he served as an FA-18 Super Hornet pilot, a Top Gun instructor and a Commanding Officer including a combat tour in Iraq & two tours of duty in Japan. He also served as a speechwriter to the Chief of Naval Operations as well at the director of Communications

He wrote Holding the Line: Inside Trump’s Pentagon with Secretary of General Mattis which was published in October 2019 and now he reveals the lessons he learned at the Navy’s Fighter Weapons School (TOPGUN) for the first time in his new book, TOPGUN’s Top 10: Leadership Lessons from the Cockpit, coming out this Tuesday, September 15th.

Let’s stand and salute to CMDR Guy M. Snodgrass, USN (Ret.)

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Judge Douglas H. Ginsburg’s Constitutional Adventure

 

Welcome to the latest edition of THE INTERVUE! On today’s episode, let me ask a question. How much do you know about the U.S. Constitution?

In the upcoming three part documentary, A More or Less Perfect Union, A Personal Exploration by Douglas H. Ginsburg, explores the foundational document that governs those who govern us – the American Constitution. Hosted by Judge Douglas H. Ginsburg, a constitutional expert with 30 years of experience on the Federal Court of Appeals in Washington, DC, this thought-provoking, three-hour series looks at past, present, and future struggles for liberty through the lens of the U.S. Constitution. I recently had a amazing conversation with Judge Ginsburg to get a brief lesson of America’s defining document.

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Get Ready for The Temptations are performing at A Capitol Fourth

In today’s INTERVUE, America is getting ready to turn 243 years this Saturday and we are celebrating n this style with our annual July 4th celebration, A Capitol Fourth on PBS! While the program is not taped live as with previous years, the fortieth anniversary promises to deliver the same triumphant performances that bring the country together for ninety spectacular minutes.

Today’s guest is part of the best vocal groups of all-time! With 14 No 1 singles on the R&B charts in the 60s & 70s, the mighty Temptations ruled radio waves to become one of the most dominant vocal groups of all time. Here to talk with me about his role on the 40th Anniversary we have the mighty Temptation himself, the legendary Otis Williams!

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CeCe Winans Performs This Sunday for the National Memorial Day Concert

On this edition of THE INTERVUE, Memorial Day is around the corner for us and the people of Washington, you know what that means. A time-honored tradition returns to television, the 31st Annual National Memorial Day Concert on Sunday night at 8pm EST on PBS. While the concert won’t be televised live this year, due to COVID-19, the show does prevail with some amazing talent including our next guest. She is the best selling and most awarded female gospel artist of all time. The legendary CeCe Winans.

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Marlon West: Beyond the Effects of Frozen

I have recently sat down with Marlon West, who is the Head of Effects Animation for the upcoming Frozen II. He has served in the role for the first Frozen and Moana. West has worked on several Disney films over the years including The Princess and the Frog, Atlantis: The Lost Empire and The Lion King.

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The Ravishing Royse Brings Oxygen to Life

In today’s edition of THE INTERVUE, our guest is known as an indie-pop powerhouse with breathtaking range, infectious rhythms, and lyrics preaching self-love and acceptance. While headlining the High School Nation Tour this Fall, ROYSEspoke to student’s promoting body positivity.

One of her most personal songs and previous single “Heavy Lies the Crown” was a catalyst used to share her struggle with an eating disorder when she was younger. The emotionally powerfulhitis also a tribute to her late aunt, who passed away from complications of anorexia. Her exploration of heavy topics in music results in beautiful melodies meant to empower those who need a hopeful message.

Now with a jaw-dropping music video to follow on November 14th, we can all see how Royse brings Oxygento life!

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Terrence Blanchard: Delivers an Inspiring Score to A Maryland Legend

 

Film Composer Terence Blanchard is gearing up to bring an amazing score to the upcoming biopic, Harriet this weekend. Last October, he was recognized for his contribution to film and was awarded the Distinguished Composer Award, which was presented at a tribute concert featuring his own quintet E-Collective and a 35-piece orchestra at the 7th Annual Middleburg Film Festival. Now, he is preparing for the operatic adaptation of Charles M. Blow’s gripping memoir Fire Shut Up In My Bones which will have an upcoming production staged by the Metropolitan Opera in a few years. I sat down with Terence to discuss his involvement with directors Spike Lee and Harriet’s director Kasi Lemmons, his beginnings and the future!

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For All Mankind Interviews Part 1

Apple TV+ makes its debuts today in streaming media. One of the most anticipated shows comes from the mind of creator Ronald D. Moore. The new series, For All Mankind, tell the story of an alternate history depicting “what would have happened if the global space race had never ended” after the USSR succeeds in the first manned Moon landing. The show has already been renewed for a second season and recently had a DC premiere at the National Air & Space Museum this past Sunday with majority of its cast in attendance.

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John Travolta: From Being a Fan to playing a Fanatic

On this edition of the INTERVUE, legendary actor John Travolta takes us on the dark side of being a fan in the upcoming thriller, The Fanatic. Directed by Fred Durst, the film tells the tale of a celebrity-obsessed man named Moose who felt slighted by his favorite movie star, Hunter Dunbar, and embarks on a quest to get a response from the actor. I sat down with John to discuss all sides of being a fan – who he idolized growing up and playing a fanatic whose willing to do anything to meet his idol.

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Blinded by the Light of Chadha

Director Gurinder Chadha has brought the music of the Boss, Bruce Springsteen, and created a wonderful film that tells an amazing story in the upcoming film Blinded by the Light. Inspired by the true story of journalist Sarfraz Manzoor, this wonderful film tells the tale of Javed, a British teen of Pakistani descent, who discovers the world outside his family life and 1980’s hometown through the music of Bruce Springsteen. I sat with Ms. Chadha to talk about meeting Bruce and bringing Manzoor’s story to the big screen.

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