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Susan Shapiro Barash (aka Susannah Marren) is a well-known gender expert and author of 13 nonfiction books about women’s issues including “Tripping the Prom Queen,” “Toxic Friends,” and “The Nine Phases of Marriage. Some of the themes she explores in her nonfiction, such as infidelity, marriage, motherhood and female rivalry, have made their way into her debut work of fiction, “Between the Tides” which she wrote under the pen name of Susannah Marren. Susan lives with her family in Manhattan and has appeared on numerous local and national television and radio shows. She also frequently writes for The Huffington Post and for PsychologyToday.com.
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Sean Wycliffe is the CEO and Co-founder of Dealflicks. He currently focuses on strategic partnerships, business development, fundraising, and user experience. Prior to Dealflicks, Sean grew his last startup to $1.5M+ in revenue and co-founded Project Pueblo, a nonprofit he still leads. Sean graduated from UC Berkeley, Phi Beta Kappa with highest honors.
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You won't forget the first time you heard The Rua. It will be on a day such as this when nothing feels right and it seems like as good an idea as any to fill the silence with reason. Songs very rarely make you stand up and sing but Fight For What’s Right and Stand Out and Into The Crowd and Follow just might. And you could stand here all day and say that The Rua sound like this and The Rua sound like that but it wouldn't get you anywhere – you'd still be standing up and singing. Rua means essence of a group – or at least, “we found a meaning from the Hebrew word Ruah with an h at the end and we really liked it but we didn’t like the h” - and the essence of The Rua are all members of the same family: 22 year old year old chanteuse Roseanna Brown provides voice and guitar, 24 year old Alanna Brown is responsible for piano and backing vocals and 19 year old Jonathan Brown plays violin and guitar and provides vocals and backing vocals. Of course, a further investigation of rua reveals that the word has a myriad of Gaelic connections and certainly the band have Irish blood flowing through their collective veins. Having said that, The Rua all live in the same house near Windsor, England and yes, you guessed it, they’ve spent most New Year and Xmas holidays back in the Emerald Isle. And, no, they’re not the new Monkees.
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Singer-songwriter and vocal powerhouse, Emily West releases her debut album All For You, available August 14th (Portrait/Sony Music Masterworks). Currently headlining a multi-city tour, the America’s Got Talent Season 9 finalist brings a series of weekly performances of her one-woman show to New York City, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and Chicago through June. West is also the opening act for comedian Jay Leno, and will commence her fall tour in September. All For You features four original songs including “Bitter,” the first single. RollingStone.com raves that “’Bitter’…swells and soars thanks to West's impassioned vocals. Heartbreak has never sounded quite this uplifting.” The music video for the track premiered on Yahoo Music - check it out here.
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