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In recognition of the 20th Anniversary of September 11th, Corey Feldman will release signed and unsigned copies of a new 12” vinyl EP, ‘Love Returns.’ Corey Feldman shares his 9/11 experience and why ‘Love Returns’ is exactly what we need this weekend. “I was in NY that day, and I could really say it felt like LOVE left us that day, so it’s only fitting that LOVE should return 20 years later, and what better
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Wendy Stuart Kaplan and Steven Bloomer-Teague will be hosting TriVersity Talk this Thursday at 7 PM ET with featured guests Dr. John Pang, Dr. Bella Avanessian and Dr. Jess Ting. TriVersity Talk! is a weekly web series with featured guests discussing their lives, activism and pressing issues in the LGBTQ Community. With TriVersity Talk!, the goal is to laugh and learn. TriVersity Talk! Is part of TriVersity’s ICARE Initiative. ICARE stands for Increasing Community Awareness
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LAKEFRONT Pictures has just launched the Indiegogo Campaign for the highly anticipated feature film “The Curse.” “The Curse” is a supernatural horror movie in the vein of Hereditary, The Conjuring and The Invisible Man (2020). This Indiegogo campaign is brought to horror fans by Jennifer Karum (Creator/Writer/Producer) and Ryan Atkins (Producer/Director of Photography) of “The Curse” along with the talented team at LAKEFRONT Pictures. Become a production partner on “The Curse” by joining our Indiegogo
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Jeff Caperton has performed almost every job description in the world of “lights camera, action”. These days, the Houston native is known for being an actor, producer and stuntman. However, before entertainment, he was also a part of helping producers document “real life” action, having worked in TV news both at the local and national level. As if the stress of helping report the news weren’t enough, he became a firefighter and paramedic. Caperton now
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Emmy nominated Director Mike Mayhall seems to have done it all when it comes to show business. The New Orleans native started out doing live shows for Universal Studios and Walt Disney World, which involved stunts, comedic performances and tons of improv. It wasnt long before he was writing and directing original works for those same companies which set him on his current path. The stunt actor was able to parlay his diverse industry skill
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