The death of Spain’s Don Carlos, Prince of Asturias, on July 24, 1568, remains an enigma.
Several accounts insinuated that the Spanish Crown Prince was murdered while incarcerated by order of his father, King Philip II.
The mystery of Don Carlos’s death, supported by ambassadorial accounts that implied foul play, became a fertile subject for defamation campaigns against Philip, fostering an extraordinary fluidity between history and fiction.
New York author Maria-Cristina Necula’s new book, The Don Carlos Enigma: Variations of Historical Fictions, was born from her PhD dissertation. …
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What happens when an otherwise faithful musician is seduced by his girlfriend’s sexy best friend? Not exactly what you might imagine when it goes down in an Al LoJack video. The South Beach Rocker released Treat Her Nice a hilarious video, produced pre-covid with all kinds of shenanigans going down. LoJack is known for his over the top video productions showcasing guitar rifts and rising star Miami models and actresses. “Treat Her Nice,” LoJack’s third video, was shot by an elite South Beach production company.
“There’s a crazy theme to all the videos,” the South Beach Rocker asserts. “Nothing is what it appears to be. An innocent game of dominoes in my imagination, gets corrupted and taken to a whole another level.” …
Currently based in Paris France, Parisian Music Producer Damien Ranners is taking his talents to the U.S. Market as a collaborator with talented U.S. based singers who like him are mostly inspired by EDM.
Ranners describes his signature producing style as progressive melodic house, with a pinch of Trap, and a wide background of electro R&B and hip-hop as well.
In the early 2000’s Ranners was active as a musician on the French hip-hop R&B and reggaeton scene working with French producers and UK artists like Karl Williams, Suzanne Thomas, also Mariano, Berny Craze, Menelik and more. …
In today’s challenging real estate market and economy, Private Owner Financed Mortgage Notes are becoming more widely used and commonplace in real estate sales and can often provide the catalyst to get the deal done.
We know during these challenging times that cash is hard to come by, and people and businesses are hard pressed to keep from losing their businesses and ending up homeless, but here is one solution where credit is NOT a barrier.
At 133Approved Funding Inc., our professional contract buyers work closely with holders of private residential mortgage notes, business notes, government contracts and many other contractual obligations when the need for ‘Fast Cash,’ arises. For those holding private mortgage notes from the sale of their previous residence, for example, our experienced buyers can purchase your entire note balance outright, assist you with a fractional sale of your private mortgage note, or even purchase a portion of its income stream, providing you with ready cash when required..like …
Ashton Hills is a rising Gospel/Christian Hip-Hop/Rap recording artist and songwriter from Fort Myers, Florida. He is currently working on his new EP called Strictly 4 Da Streets. Date TBA.
Hills performed his current single titled, “Best Friend,” recently before an enthusiastic audience of fans at The Spot Wynwood in Miami.
Hills has a great rapping flow and an even better singing voice, to make him a double threat on the mic. But the most important thing to know about him, is he is very real. He does not mince words and means exactly what he says and it comes through powerfully in his music. “My heart used to be cold. Couldn’t trust nobody no more. God came into my life and he switched up my mode.” …
Roosevelt A. Morris, the new CEO of 133 Approved Funding Inc., an Executive Partner with 7 Figures Funding, is proud to announce the launch of Experian’s soft pull Credit College.
Credit College was conceived to offer proven credit solutions for the small business owner and consumer faced with high loan and credit denials due to bad/poor credit.
“We are excited to team up with these two giants in the Credit and Business Funding industry offering valuable solutions to help people resolve, build and secure credit,” said Morris.”
“Not only is Credit College a valuable educational solution; but also it is truly accessible and during these uncertain times, totally affordable,” said Morris. …
noun: a person with many talents or areas of knowledge.
If you haven’t heard the name Aubrey Banks it’s likely by design. He’s been the behind the scenes stylist and lifestyle architect for many known celebrities, but unlike others in his industry, exclusivity has been his middle name. So those “in the know,” know him.
The title Renaissance man also fits him perfectly. This 30 something, successful lifestyle architect to celebrities and rising stars, opened up his first company when he was only 17.
“It was a clothing store that was open for 5 years. Having that company allowed me to branch off into different parts of the entertainment industry,” said Banks. …
Angela Durant, a Former Hospitality Executive describes herself as an…
“I teach my clients how to Escape the stories that have them stuck, escape the beliefs that are limiting them, and escape the environments that want them to play small,” said Durant.
Durant knows what it feels like to be trapped career-wise. She said she escaped the drama of an unfulfilling corporate job and happily launched her own company and brand; The Be Brilliant Movement. The platform capitalizes on her leadership, speaking, and branding talents and helps her assist others who want to, “escape.”
R.A. Morris, President/CEO of 133 Approved Funding Inc. is on a mission. It involves moving quickly to help people who need business funding.
He knows Covid-19 has dealt a financial blow to many small business owners. And even though there are some resources aimed to help, there are many businesses that don’t qualify for a Small Business Administration Loan or were simply too late to apply for the Care’s Act Paycheck Protection Program.
“I specialize in helping these small businesses get the cash they need fast! When the banks can’t help you, my team can!,” said Morris.
As an executive in the insurance and finance business for 15 years, Morris said he’s seen many clients in desperate need of working capital to grow or save their business. For a variety of reasons most banks were turning them down for loans. Now with the Covid-19 Pandemic many of these same banks are taking an even harder line. …