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Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 19, 2015 The Pritzker Military Museum & Library will host a free public reception next Wednesday, June 24, to officially launch its newest original work and to unveil an accompanying exhibit on the life and times of Civil War veteran and Valparaiso, Ind. native Erasmus Corwin Gilbreath. The event will begin at 4:30 p.m. on the Museum & Library’s main floor, and will be immediately followed by a formal discussion and recording for television by the book’s editor and others involved in its production, beginning at 6 p.m. The Museum & Library’s third major publication, “Dignity of Duty: The Journals of Erasmus Corwin Gilbreath, 1861-1898” will be released in hardcover and e-book formats and comprises three original documents assembled and edited by Gilbreath’s great-granddaughter, Susan Gilbreath Lane—who discovered the papers in an archive in the late 1970s. The exhibit includes authentic photographs and artifacts from Gilbreath’s scrapbooks, hand-drawn maps commissioned for the book, additional materials on 19th Century America pulled from the PMML’s collection, and a dynamic online gallery and audio experience. “Major Gilbreath was a mid-ranking field officer and family man who witnessed much of America’s 19th Century history—and he did it with a rifle and pen in hand,” said Museum & Library President & CEO Kenneth Clarke. “Journals like these are very rare.” Severely wounded at the Battle of Fredericksburg during the Civil War—a wound that would haunt him for the rest of his life—Gilbreath not only went on to a successful 37-year military career, but also bore witness to the coming of age of America as we know it. In his later journals, he shares many remarkable experiences, including a hazardous 175-mile journey by stagecoach in the Texas frontier during the Indian Wars; a shipwreck off the Gulf coast; travels in a wagon train pulled by mules with pet names; the second Great Chicago Fire; and the establishment of Fort Custer in the Montana Territory, where his daughter was born in a tent with his cook acting as a midwife. To provide context for the book and exhibit, Lane will be joined by historian Frederick J. Chiaventone for the 6 p.m. recording of “Pritzker Military Presents“—one of two long-running series produced by the Museum & library for Chicago public television. Advance registration and a separate ticket are required to attend this program. To learn more about the incredible life of this 19th Century American soldier, the new book and exhibit by the Pritzker Military Museum & Library, or the June 24 premiere event, visit dignityofduty.org or pritzkermilitary.org. About the Pritzker Military Museum & Library: The Pritzker Military Museum & Library is open to the public and features an extensive collection of books, artifacts, and rotating exhibits covering many eras and branches of the military. Since opening in 2003, it has become a center where citizens and Citizen Soldiers come together to learn about military history and the role of the Armed Forces in today’s society. The Museum & Library is a non-partisan, non-government information center supported by its members and sponsors. About Erasmus Corwin Gilbreath: Born in Ohio in 1840, Erasmus Corwin Gilbreath spent his formative years in Valparaiso, Ind., where his parents settled in his youth. Following the death of his father, Gilbreath studied law and worked to support his family until he was called upon in 1861 to assist in the raising of the 20th Indiana Volunteer Regiment. Over the course of a 37-year military career, Gilbreath reached the rank of major twice—once as a volunteer and once with the regular Army—chronicling his experiences while serving in nearly every major battle of the Civil War; on various official assignments throughout the Indian Wars with his wife and children by his side; and finally in Puerto Rico during the Spanish-American War, where he lost his life to an illness in 1898. Find More Spanish Press Releases
Sing It On Vocal Competition and Band-Jam-Battle Competition Offer Mega Prizes! Idaho Falls, Idaho (PRWEB) July 14, 2015 It is announced today that Carmus Productions, LLC has initiated two extreme music competitions to help raise funds for charity, and offer smaller town talent opportunities to receive greater exposure with their music ambitions. Sing It On – Vocal Competition, has the theme of “Singing For Safety”, to help local Domestic Violence Charity. Christine Campbell – event producer/promoter states, “We are excited to launch “Singing For Safety” as the theme for our vocal Sing It On competition, as a percentage of funds goes to local Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Center.” The Sing It On winner will be flown to Nashville, TN to be mentored by a top producer and recorded at a top recording studio. Campbell continues, “This is a wonderful chance for a very talented individual to have a life-time experience. We are not promising any “making famous” anythings, we are just providing a great reward for those who have worked extremely hard at something they love to do, and that is SING.” https://www.carmusjamboree.com/sing-it-on-competition.html Band-Jam-Battle Competition is for bands to exploit their sound and expertise in making music, regardless of the type it is. The final winning band will receive $ 1,000.00 and Band Equipment. Promoter Christine explains, “We don’t have the means to send a band to Nashville, as that is quite costly, but we can offer money and band equipment from local music store, Mike’s Music. Prizes will increase year after year, and this is what we can do right now.” The charity that will benefit from this contest is Salvation Army. https://www.carmusjamboree.com/band-jam-battle-competition.html Preliminary contests are being held July 29-30, 2015, at Civic Auditorium, Idaho Falls, ID. Sing It On Preliminary is Weds, July 29th at 7pm; Band-Jam-Battle is July 30th at 7pm. There will be 5 top artists and 5 top bands to move onto the final competition at Carmus Jamboree 2015. Sing It On Finalists perform on Friday, Aug 14 at 2:30pm, and Band-Jam-Battle finalists perform on Saturday, Aug 14, at 2:30pm. Carmus Jamboree USA Festival 2015 comprises of national concerts, car-show, camping, 7 fairs, and 30 events that help 30 charities. Sing It On and Band-Jam-Battle are 2 of the many daytime events that are making a positive difference for non-profits. To get more information go to website: http://www.carmusjamboree.com.
New York, NY/Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) July 13, 2015 Five years ago, a group of green rookies fresh out of the Academy started their careers with 15 Division — one of the most elite units in the city. Now, as Andy McNally (Missy Peregrym) and her fellow officers enter their next year as seasoned pros, more resilient than ever, each day continues to bring new surprises and revelations. The new season of ROOKIE BLUE, ABC-TV’s fan favorite cop drama, returned on June 25th and Entertainment One (eOne) – also a ROOKIE BLUE producer – will begin to release each episode for purchase on all leading digital platforms the day after their premieres. Last season the officers at 15 Division unearthed their sins of the past – dug through them, aired them out, and paved the way to move forward, though it ended with two bombs being dropped: an actual explosion in the evidence room, and the revelation that Sam’s ex-girlfriend Marlo is pregnant with Sam’s baby. This upcoming season of ROOKIE BLUE promises to take the raucous rollercoaster ride of 15 Division to new heights with nail-biting storylines and a heavy dose of romance and heartbreak. And it’s during this season, that they’ll have to learn to embrace living in the gray areas, because life is complicated and the best laid plans are just that. But sometimes it’s the unpredictable things life throws our way that turn out to be exactly what we need. Returning this season to ROOKIE BLUE are stars Missy Peregrym (“Reaper”, “Heroes”), Ben Bass (“Flashpoint”, “Monk”) as Sam Swarek, Gregory Smith (“Everwood”, Dream House) as Dov Epstein, Travis Milne (Badge of Honor) as Chris Diaz, Enuka Okuma (“NCIS: Los Angeles”, “24”) as Traci Nash, Charlotte Sullivan (The Colony, “The Kennedys”), Peter Mooney (“Heartland”, “Camelot”) and Priscilla Faia (“Psych”, “Eleventh Victim”). The season also co-stars Oliver Becker (“Lost Girl”, “Republic of Doyle”, Crimson Peak) and Matthew Owen Murray (“Suits”) ROOKIE BLUE is executive produced by award-winning Tassie Cameron (“Flashpoint”), Ilana Frank (“The Eleventh Hour”, “Would Be Kings”), David Wellington (“The Eleventh Hour”, “Would Be Kings”) and John Morayniss (“Rogue”, “Haven”). The series is a production of ICF Films and leading independent studio eOne, who also distribute it internationally. About Entertainment One Entertainment One Ltd. (LSE:ETO) is a leading international entertainment company that specializes in the acquisition, production and distribution of film and television content. The company’s comprehensive network extends around the globe including Canada, the U.S., the UK, Ireland, Spain, Benelux, France, Germany, Scandinavia, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and South Korea. Through established Film and Television divisions, the company provides extensive expertise in film distribution, television and music production, family programming, merchandising and licensing, and digital content. Its current rights library is exploited across all media formats and includes more than 40,000 film and television titles, 4,500 hours of television programming and 45,000 music tracks. # # # ROOKIE BLUE Digital street date(s): Available Now Running time Episodes approx. 60 mins. each Genre: Drama Rated: TV-MA
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) July 09, 2015 This summer just keeps getting hotter and in August and September, Slide the City™ is bringing their massive slip ‘n slide for Utahans to take a break from the heat. Families and friends alike can slip, slide and splash down this king-sized slide. The event encourages the community to get outside and stay active during the warm summer months. “We spend so much time walking, running and driving around our cities,” said Slide the City™ event director TR Gourley. “But how many times have you been able to say you slid down your city streets?” Slide the City is transforming scorching summer days into a water lover’s paradise as participants ride inflatables down this giant slide. The Utah-based company has opened registration for its Orem and Salt Lake City locations and hopes to bring its record-breaking slide to several other cities in the state. Event organizers anticipate that thousands of participants will come to “slide into summer.” With music, local vendors, and giveaways, this family-friendly event promises to be a highlight of the year. “There is nothing quite like bringing something you love to your hometown,” said co-founder and Salt Lake City native TR Gourley. “I can’t wait to watch friends and family slide down Main Street in downtown Salt Lake!” Portions of event proceeds will be donated to the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Intermountain Area (rmhcslc.org) for the Salt Lake City event, and Utah Valley University (uvu.edu) for the Orem event, respectively. Ronald McDonald House Charities provides temporary housing for families of seriously ill or injured children being treated at area hospitals. Utah Valley University seeks to prepare students for success in a diverse global society. Participants can purchase a one, three or unlimited slide pass, and are encouraged to sign up this month to take advantage of the current discount. Pricing starts at $ 13. All those over 5 years of age and 46 inches tall are welcome to slide! Visit http://www.slidethecity.com/events/ for more information about dates and locations or check out what fans have to say on the Slide the City™ Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/slidethecity. About Slide the City™ The first event of its kind, Slide the City™ has seen massive growth since it started in 2014. This original concept went viral when the video was released, and this year promises to be bigger, better, and wetter. Slide the City™ is on track to produce more than 100 events in the US and Canada and has entered various other countries around the world. Slide the City™ is a family-friendly event bringing 1,000 feet of padded vinyl onto city streets. This giant three-lane slide travels around the country so people from coast-to-coast can have the slide of their lives!
Belleville, New Jersey (PRWEB) July 17, 2015 Belleville, New Jersey – Paul Errigo, President and Director of Business Development at GREENCROWN Energy, who also serves on the board for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital’s “Rock for Hope” Concert – a popular annual event in New York City that raises money to benefit children with cancer – called the latest charitable bash a resounding success. Mr. Errigo said it’s an incredible honor to serve as a committee member for this tremendously worthwhile cause. “This charity is important to us because of the incredible work St. Jude does on behalf of children with cancer,” he said. “Anything GREENCROWN Energy can do as an organization to help assist them with their fund-raising efforts, such as concerts like “Rock for Hope” or other events, we’re more than happy to lend a hand.” Errigo added “that this year’s concert, which is always heavily supported by the Wall Street community, allowed us raise over $ 2 Million in just 5 annual events for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital; and it was another night of spectacular music and fun”. “Families whose children are diagnosed with cancer have to bear a tremendous burden, and St. Jude’s helps alleviate some of that burden for them. No patient (or family member of a patient) who is treated at St. Jude’s ever receives a bill, which is a miracle in itself.” Giving back to the community and organizations like St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is a priority for GREENCROWN Energy.” He went on to say that while GREENCROWN Energy’s work as a leading full-service energy & water advisory organization is vital in today’s world of rising utility prices, it doesn’t compare to the work being done by St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. “According to the American Cancer Association, about 10,380 children in the US will be diagnosed with cancer this year alone,” Errigo noted. “And while there have been significant advances in treatment, cancer remains the second leading cause of death among children. “I encourage anybody interested supporting their relentless fight to defeat childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases to check out the St. Jude website for volunteer or donation opportunities, and we hope to see even more people at next year’s Rock for Hope Concert in 2016!” About GREENCROWN Energy GREENCROWN Energy is a nationally known, industry-diverse leader in advisory services for electric and gas procurement, and turnkey energy & water conservation projects. GREENCROWN delivers expert advice and results for properties and businesses nationwide in a variety of industries; including but not limited to high rise and multi-family, property management organizations, hotels, campuses, medical, retail, hospitality, health & fitness, and many more.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) July 15, 2015 Craft beer fans, rejoice! The 7th annual DC Beer Week returns to the National Capital Region this summer with a variety of educational and tasting events planned throughout the week of August 9-16, 2015. “The DC beer scene has grown by leaps and bounds in recent years because of breweries (local, regional, and national), bars, restaurants, bottle shops, distributors, and, most importantly, beer fans,” says 2015 DC Beer Week co-chair Bill DeBaun. “DC Beer Week is a celebration of our local scene and a chance to continue that growth.” As in past years, dozens of venues in the District, Virginia and Maryland will host a variety of events, including beer dinners, tastings, tap takeovers, and more. Restaurants, bars, breweries, and other venues interested in participating in this year’s DC Beer Week should contact DC Beer Week organizers via email at dcbeerweek(at)gmail(dot)com for more information. This year, DC Beer Week will kick things off with a massive event that will bring together 20 of the region’s best breweries. Brewers on the Block will take place on Sunday, August 9 at Suburbia at Union Market. The day-time event will have all the same fun as the event by the same name in 2014, but much, much bigger. Tickets start at just $ 30 and will be available soon through DCBeerWeek.net. More information about the 7th Annual DC Beer Week will be posted at http://www.dcbeerweek.net in the coming weeks. In the meantime, be sure to “Like” the DC Beer Week Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/DCBeerWeek) and follow us on Twitter and Instagram (@dcbeerweek; #DCBW2015), for the latest updates. # # # MEDIA CONTACT: Jackie Ludden | Ludden, LLC Ph: 202.297.9054 E: Jackie(at)luddenllc(dot)com 2015 DC BEER WEEK KICKS OFF WITH 2ND ANNUAL BREWERS ON THE BLOCK AT SUBURBIA AUGUST 9TH Media Contact: Jackie Ludden 202.297.9054 | jackie(at)luddenllc(dot)com WHAT: DC Beer Week is excited to announce its kick-off event at Suburbia on Sunday, August 9, 2015. The 1967 Airstream bar outside of Union Market in northeast DC will host 20 of the region’s top breweries, cideries, and meaderies to mark the beginning of the 7th Annual DC Beer Week. The daytime event will feature tastings, music from DJ-59, a ribbon cutting ceremony with a special guest who will also tap the first official keg of DCBW’s Solidarity Beer of 2015, and more. This year’s participating breweries include (and more will be added): 3 STARS BREWING COMPANY ATLAS BREW WORKS BLUE MOUNTAIN BREWERY BOLD ROCK CIDER CHARM CITY MEADWORKS DC BRAU BREWING COMPANY DEVILS BACKBONE BREWERY FLYING DOG BREWERY HELLBENDER BREWING COMPANY LOST RHINO BREWING COMPANY MAD FOX BREWING COMPANY OLIVER ALES PORT CITY BREWING COMPANY REALEREVIVAL (RAR) BREWING STILLWATER ARTISANAL ALES UNION CRAFT BREWING WHEN: Sunday, August 9, 2015 1:00 VIP Entry 2:00 General Admission Entry 5:00 Event concludes WHERE: Suburbia @ Union Market 1309 5th Street, NE, Washington, DC. VIP tickets are priced at $ 60 per person and General Admission tickets are $ 35. Food and some retail items will be available for purchase. To get tickets to the event, please visit http://www.eventbrite.com/e/brewers-on-the-block-tickets-17450159898. Also, check out DCBeerWeek.net for all of the events coming up this DC Beer Week, August 9-16, 2015. ### About DC Beer Week Chef/beer aficionado Teddy Folkman and local distributor Jeff Wells started DC Beer Week in 2008 to celebrate the small, but enthusiastic craft beer community in the Nation’s Capital. Since then, the event has grown each year, attracting thousands – from self-proclaimed beer geeks and home brewers to the casual beer drinker. In 2014 the event included over 100 different events throughout the District and surrounding area. More Music Press Releases
Woodbury, NY (PRWEB) June 15, 2015 AriZona Beverages has launched a new and improved DrinkAriZona.com. More than just a website, it will serve as a powerful connectivity tool between fans and the brand. Available on mobile and all Internet enabled devices, you can check in with AriZona anywhere. The redesign, by MPIRE Creative, is the first restyling of the company’s website since they launched it in 2006. International visitors will now be able to select from English, Dutch, French, German, Italian and Spanish and search what products are available to their country. The ‘Products’ section allows you to find your favorite AriZona instantly. This easy to navigate format lets you search by product line, type or flavor. The ‘Blog’ and ‘Social’ sections give you a look into the heartbeat of the brand. Our history, sneak peeks into new products, events we’re involved with, recipes and guest contributors. The ‘Shop’ is now an easy and accessible, integrated shopping experience. Scroll through our interface of apparel, beverages, accessories or shop by collection. “This modernized, easy to navigate and highly visual site we’ve created will make visits to DrinkAriZona.com a truly unique experience worth visiting over and over again,” says Wesley Vultaggio, Creative Director. “We’ve achieved a completely socially integrated website that gives users a place to see our entire collection of social content in one space and keep conversation alive,” added Spencer Vultaggio, Director of Social Media and Brand Development. #### About AriZona Founded in Brooklyn, NY in 1992, Arizona’s mission is to offer top quality beverages in uniquely designed packages that are accessible and affordable. AriZona Beverages — makers of the number one Iced Tea in America, holds a unique position in the global beverage industry with its iconic $ 0.99 big can and “keeping it real” no frills approach to the consumer market. AriZona never pays for glitzy advertising campaigns to gain consumer loyalty and is constantly ahead of the curve, carving out trends without the use of focus groups and market research. With a loyal following across various demographics, AriZona pulls its own inspiration from its fierce social media following and devoted fan base. To learn more about the AriZona lifestyle, please visit drinkarizona.com; Facebook: AriZonaIcedTea; Twitter: @DrinkAriZona Instagram: DrinkAriZona For more information contact: Gina Smeraldi, PR & Event Specialist: gsmeraldi(at)drinkarizona(dot)com / (516) 812-0297
Chandler, IN (PRWEB) June 15, 2015 D.A. Kreilein adds a new book to the Culverton Kids Mystery Stories series, The Secret of Copperhead Creek: Culverton Kids Mystery Stories 3 ($ 12.99, paperback, 9781498433983; $ 6.99, e-book, 9781498433990). The author tells an exciting story about three young detectives that attempt to discover the identities of a pair of thieves burglarizing homes in their town. In order to solve the mystery, the children must use their legs and brains, while learning an important spiritual lesson as they go. Young readers will be exposed to the relevance of the verse, 1 Samuel 16:7, and will be encouraged not to judge a book by its cover. “I want children to understand that life with Jesus truly is an adventure,” states the author. “I also want them to understand that life is full of challenges, but that the Lord helps us to meet those challenges head on and enables us to walk in victory.” D.A. Kreilein was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. While attending Indiana University at Bloomington, Indiana, she discovered her passion for writing Christian mystery adventures for children. After graduating and receiving her bachelor’s degree in business, specializing in marketing and advertising, the author started devoting her time to teaching. She was a homeschool mom, a conversational Spanish teacher, and a Precept Bible Study leader. She has lived in the Evansville/Newburgh area since 1992 and currently resides in Chandler, Indiana. When she is not writing, Kreilein enjoys painting, studying foreign languages, and cheering for the Indianapolis Colts. Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 12,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order The Secret of Copperhead Creek: Culverton Kids Mystery Stories 3 through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. The book is available online through xulonpress.com/bookstore, amazon.com, and barnesandnoble.com. Media Contact: D.A. Kreilein Email: firstname.lastname@example.org More Spanish Press Releases
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 11, 2015 Empowerment and reforms were the focus of a global human rights education effort this month through concerts, marches, school programs and seminars in areas as diverse as Oregon, Italy, Burundi, Bangladesh and Brazil. Spearheading the effort were two leading nonprofit advocacy groups, United for Human Rights and Youth for Human Rights, both sponsored by the Church of Scientology as part of its efforts to draw attention to the critical importance of human rights worldwide. Among the numerous activities inspired by the educational outreach was an initiative by one social work supervisor in Minneapolis. She ordered the United for Human Rights Education Package to introduce the 16 clinical social workers she mentors to the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and its application to their clients. Other initiatives inspired by the programs include the following: In Burundi, a Youth for Human Rights Group sprang up under the leadership of an NGO that contacted Youth for Human Rights International. After reading about the group on its websites, they requested permission to officially launch Youth for Human Rights Chapters in their country. One university in Oregon contacted Youth for Human Rights International requesting permission to stream the group’s public service announcements at their extended campus. It also requested to stream and host the videos in a web-based Spanish course so students, teaching assistants, instructors and course development staff can use the materials in their educational activities. In Albania, two students who attended the 3rd annual Asian Human Rights Summit in Taiwan in May returned home ready to introduced a number of initiatives in their native country, learned from youth delegates from Taiwan, Nepal and Japan. In Bangladesh, the recently formed local Youth for Human Rights group organized and held workshops for more than 100 university students. Workshops for hundreds more are planned. The head of a foundation in Kitwe, Zambia, created an educational program called “Know your Rights” to be launched across that nation. The program intends to partner with churches, religious groups, cooperative societies and schools, and use the Youth for Human Rights materials to teach the Universal Declaration of Human Rights to youths and adults, with educators in at least 10 provinces volunteering to train with these materials. A lecturer with a Madagascar university ordered a set of United for Human Rights educational materials to use in his mentoring of a group of young people dedicated to peace and human rights. A graduate student in Nigeria wrote to United for Human Rights after receiving the group’s educational materials, expressing his own commitment to make sure that this message reaches his community. He plans to use them in his volunteer work, teaching an undergraduate human rights in world politics course and in a project to promote a culture of peace and human rights in secondary schools. In Brazil, a professor of sociology thanked United for Human Rights for the quality of its educational materials, which he said have made his human rights education program so much more effective. Four city councils in Italy used these materials in an event attended by the region’s primary school children and their grandparents. Called “From Roots to Wings,” the program involves the grandparents in activities to impart their wisdom to future generations. Scientologists on five continents engage in collaborative efforts with government agencies and nongovernmental organizations to bring about broad-scale awareness and implementation of the 1948 United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the world’s premier human rights document. To learn more, visit http://www.Scientology.org/humanrights .