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Whistle a Historical Tune -- New Song Collection Honors Thirteen Great African Americans in History
MASSAPEQUA, N.Y., Oct. 21, 2008 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- African American History Month annually celebrates important events and honorable people of African heritage during the month of February. Uniquely, its celebration, which began in 1926 as Negro/Black History Week and grew to become African American History Month in recent decades, underscores our nation's multiethnic and multicultural diversities. Whereas there are many ways to celebrate, Dr. James L. Shepherd celebrates and affirms African American history with thirteen original songs.
Junior League of Orange County California
Special Events Add to the Fun At The Christmas Company Shopping Extravaganza, the Junior League of Orange County's Signature Fundraiser
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., Oct. 21, 2008 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Special events add to the fun of The Christmas Company shopping extravaganza, the signature fundraiser of the Junior League of Orange County, California, Inc., (JLOCC). The overall event will be held Thursday, Nov. 13-Sunday, Nov. 16, at the OC Fair & Event Center located at Fair Drive and the 55 Freeway in Costa Mesa.
Combining Pleasure and Exercise in Combocising -- Gaining a Healthy Body While Getting Intimate
BREINIGSVILLE, Pa., Oct. 21, 2008 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sex and exercise are two of the most popular activities known to both woman and man. It is also a fact that there are over one hundred million cases of divorce and separations all over the world. The importance of physical exercise in a healthy adult lifestyle is apparent. A new book from Xlibris online bookstore tries to eliminate divorce cases while giving you a healthy lifestyle. In short, exercising while getting intimate might do the trick.
Can He Finish His Story in Time? -- A Jailhouse Novelist Writes His Whodunit of the Murder He Was Imprisoned for
ARAPAHOE, N.C., Oct. 21, 2008 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- A writer comes up with a plot and weaves a story because he gets inspired by something or someone. Be it a person, event, idea, or feeling, there's always a trigger that moves a writer to pen down what he thinks and what he sees in his mind. Usually, these are based on the writer's personal experiences, observations, and wishes. There's one writer who is deeply engrossed with his whodunit novel because he's living it -- and you'll meet him in author David Karcher's The Guilt Seeker.
A Collection of Life's Varied Moments -- New Book Features a Compilation of Short Stories, Essays and Poetries About the Things a Person Must Face in His Life
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 21, 2008 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Laugh, sympathize, fall in love, release your anger, and feel all possible emotions in another insightful masterpiece by the clever contemporary writer, Helen Lewison, in I'm a Noodle, You're a Noodle Will You Marry Me.