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General Martin Dempsey Brings USO Veteran Entertainers Kellie Pickler and Rob Riggle on His Fourth and Final USO Holiday Tour Abroad

Arlington, VA (PRWEB) December 08, 2014

USO veteran entertainers Kellie Pickler and Rob Riggle join General Martin Dempsey on his fourth and final annual USO holiday tour as the 18th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Also accompanying the Chairman as his special, celebrity guests are star of the Fox musical drama “Glee” Dianna Agron, Washington Nationals pitcher Doug Fister, star of the USA Network legal drama “Suits” Meghan Markle and eight-time Pro Bowler/former Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher. Continuing a long-standing USO holiday tradition, General Dempsey and his group of familiar faces are actively entrenched in the tour’s second phase. ***USO photo link below, with images added daily***


Much like his past USO trips, General Dempsey’s holiday tour is designed to deliver a much-needed break to troops, by giving them an opportunity to talk with and meet some of their favorite stars.

Three days into the Chairman’s moment-filled USO holiday tour, the group has visited three military bases and one ship at sea, as well as created precious holiday moments for more than 1,400 airmen, sailors, Coast Guardsmen and soldiers, and their families. Among the locations visited so far are Andrews Air Force Base (Maryland), Naval Station Rota (Spain), the USS Ross and U.S. Army Garrison Vicenza (Italy).

This tour is part of an ongoing USO tradition of partnering with senior leaders and working with celebrity entertainers to bring a touch of home to troops stationed abroad. The USO has worked with the Office of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff since 2000.

General Dempsey led his first USO tour in December 2011. To date, the Chairman has led four USO tours to eight different countries and lifted the spirits of 22,158 troops. He has also enlisted the support of 22 USO tour veteran, to include Jordin Sparks, Minka Kelly, Thomas “Nephew Tommy” Miles, Matt Hendricks, Matt Light, Ross Detwiler, Craig Stammen, Adam LaRoche, and Jep and Willie Robertson. Among the countries he has visited with the USO are Afghanistan, Bahrain, Germany, Greece, Italy, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan and Saudi Arabia.

This trip marks the fourth and final USO tour for General Dempsey; the eighth for Pickler, who traveled with General Dempsey in 2012 and spent Christmas with troops in Afghanistan last year; the second for Riggle, who traveled to Kuwait and Iraq in 2007 and entertained more than 3,400 troops; and the first tour for Agron, Fister, Markle and Urlacher.

DIANNA AGRON is a true renaissance artist, effortlessly navigating between film and television as easily as she does between singing, dancing, acting and directing. Dianna’s break through role was playing the beloved “Quinn Fabray” on the hit series “Glee.” She enchanted audiences in her four years on the show and also in the feature film “Glee: The 3D Concert Movie.” Agron will return as a special guest star in several episodes this season. Most recently Dianna was seen opposite Robert DeNiro and Michelle Pfeiffer in the feature film “The Family,” directed by Luc Besson. In 2011, Dianna appeared in the film “I Am Number Four,” directed by DJ Caruso and also in “The Romantics.” 2014 has been a prolific year for Agron, completing production on multiple features including the romantic comedy “Tumbledown” opposite Jason Sudeikis and Rebecca Hall, “Bare” directed by Mark Polish opposite Mark Polish, Andy Garcia and Justin Bartha,” “Zipper” opposite Patrick Wilson, and the independent ensemble “Conspiracy on Jekyll Island.”

Born in California, DOUG FISTER made his highly-anticipated Washington Nationals debut in May 2014 and went on to have a great first season in D.C. With six years in the majors, the 6-foot-8 right-handed pitcher is 60-56 with a 3.34 ERA in 155 games. Known for his work ethic and consistency, Fister has logged at least 160 innings in five straight seasons and averages just 18.5 seconds between pitches – making him the quickest worker in the National League. Fister was acquired by the Nationals in a four-player trade with the Detroit Tigers in Dec. 2013. He has also previously played for the Seattle Mariners.

MEGHAN MARKLE stars as ‘Rachel Zane’ in USA’s provocative drama, “SUITS,” which returns for the second half of season four in winter 2015. Markle is a graduate of the prestigious Northwestern University with a dual degree in Theater and International Relations. Her film credits include: “Horrible Bosses,” “Get Him to the Greek,” “Remember Me,” “A Lot Like Love,” and the UK produced indie thriller “Anti-Social.” Prior to landing her break-out role on SUITS, Meghan had notable recurring and guest starring roles on television series including “Fringe,” “Without a Trace,” “CSI: NY,” “CSI: Miami” and “The League.” A Los Angeles native, Meghan is actively involved in the socio-political arena, previously working at the US Embassy in Buenos Aires in the Public Affairs sector. She now works closely with The United Nations Women, where she was a presenter at UN Headquarters for the HeforShe Gender Equality Campaign in September 2014. Markle was also a panelist on the esteemed list of speakers for One Young World (Dublin, 2014), including former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan. She recently launched a lifestyle website http://www.TheTig.com celebrating fashion, travel, food and redefining the idea of beauty – The TIG is lauded as Best of the Web in both InStyle Magazine and Elle Magazine.

A native of Albemarle, North Carolina, KELLIE PICKLER gained fame as a contestant on “American Idol” at age 19 followed by a move to Nashville, where she has recorded four critically acclaimed albums (Small Town Girl, Kellie Pickler, 100 Proof, The Woman I Am), performed around the world and made countless television appearances – including a 2013 win on “Dancing with the Stars.” The granddaughter of a former U.S. Marine, Pickler’s favorite experiences are the eight USO tours to 12 countries she has shared with more than 34,000 troops and military families. Whether serving as ambassador for the USO’s “Every Moment Counts” campaign, helping female troops pamper themselves through the USO’s “Ladies Night” program, or auctioning off her Ram truck to benefit wounded warriors through the USO Warrior and Family Care initiative, the songstress always steps up to support and show her gratitude of America’s military community.

ROB RIGGLE joined the U.S. Marine Corps in 1990 at the age of 19. After serving nine years on active duty and completing deployments to Liberia, Albania and Kosovo, he discovered his love of comedy and separated from the military in 2000. Immediately enlisting in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, Riggle’s unit was among the first to respond to the attacks at the World Trade Center. Recalled back for one year of active duty in 2001, he was twice deployed to Afghanistan and was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel in 2009. On January 1, 2013, Riggle retired from the military after 23 years of service and with more than 19 medals and ribbons, including the Combat Action Ribbon. While serving our nation, he made his comedic debut on “Saturday Night Live” in 2004 and went on to serve as a correspondent on “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” as well as to star in countless hit shows including “The Office,” “Arrested Development,” “American Dad!,” “30 Rock” and “Modern Dad,” among others. Equally as successful was his presence on the big screen, having been featured in such blockbusters as “Step Brothers” with Will Ferrell; Jon Lucas’ “The Hangover;” “21 Jump Street (and its sequel “22 Jump Street”)” starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum; “The Internship” with Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson; and “Dumb and Dumber To” starring Jim Carrey, among others. When not acting on sitcoms or in movies, Riggle can be seen on “Fox NFL Sunday” as the pregame show’s comedic prognosticator.

A professional NFLer who spent his entire 13-year career playing for the Chicago Bears, BRIAN URLACHER announced his retirement from football in May 2013. The 6’4″, 260-pound linebacker left behind an impressive legacy as one of the best linebackers in football for almost the entirety of his tenure. He set franchise records for linebackers in solo tackles (1,052), assisted tackles (306), sacks (41.5) and tied Dick Butkus for second place in interceptions (22). Among all defenders, Urlacher’s tackle totals are tops in Chicago Bears history. With eight Pro Bowls under his belt and four first-team All-Pro appearances, Urlacher is one of the best linebackers of his generation.


Attributed to General Martin Dempsey:

“I will never forget the time when I was a young lieutenant back in ’74 and had just arrived in Germany and was lost. I stepped inside a USO center and spoke with one of the nicest ladies who happily helped me. In my dealings with the USO over the past few years, spearheading tours around the globe, I can confidently say that the USO is as helpful and comforting today as it was back then. This year’s tour has been just as memorable.”

Attributed to Dianna Agron:

“This is a trip I have wanted to take for a while. I am so grateful to have this experience, and to our soldiers who dedicate their lives to our country. This is a great way to close out the year, it feels like a real gift.”

Attributed to Doug Fister:

“It is an honor and a blessing to join the final holiday tour hosted by Chairman Dempsey. It’s truly a humbling experience to be a small part of USO history, representing the Nationals. Our main focus is to lend our support to the countless men and women who fight for our freedoms, and personally thank them for the sacrifices they make every day. This tour is very personal to me and my family as my grandfathers and many other family members proudly served, setting an example for us all to follow.”

Attributed to Meghan Markle:

“I have always had such a profound respect for our nation’s troops and military families. I cannot thank them enough for everything they do for us. I am delighted and honored to be visiting the troops to say ‘thank you’ and wish them a happy holiday.”

Attributed to Kellie Pickler:

“Feeling blessed to have the opportunity to go back out on the road with General Dempsey and be a part of his final USO holiday tour as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. I was honored to tour with him in 2012, and I am having a great time again this year. This is my eighth USO tour, and it is honestly a joy for me to be able to bring a piece of home to our service men and women while they serve abroad.”

Attributed to Rob Riggle:

“Military service has always been a part of me, a part of who I am as a man. As a Marine, who not only served active duty but also reserves for the vast majority of my life, it is hard for me to see this tour as just a week-long trip. Being with the Chairman and back on a USO tour again is much like returning home for me. There is definitely comfort in this visit and I am honored to be a part of it.”

Attributed to Brian Urlacher:

“My kids and I have always enjoyed giving back, especially during the holidays. Whether we are handing out presents to those less fortunate, helping out my old high school or visiting hospitals, volunteering is important. When I received the invitation to join General Dempsey on his last USO tour this holiday, I jumped at the chance to get involved. I respect our troops and their sacrifice, and am fortunate to have been invited.”


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About the USO

The USO lifts the spirits of America’s troops and their families millions of times each year at hundreds of places worldwide. We provide a touch of home through centers at airports and military bases in the U.S. and abroad, top quality entertainment and innovative programs and services. We also provide critical support to those who need us most, including forward-deployed troops, military families, wounded warriors, troops in transition and families of the fallen. The USO is a private, non-profit organization, not a government agency. Our programs and services are made possible by the American people, support of our corporate partners and the dedication of our volunteers and staff.

In addition to individual donors and corporate sponsors, the USO is supported by President’s Circle Partners: American Airlines, AT&T, BNSF Railway, Clark Construction Group, LLC, The Coca-Cola Company, Grand Canyon University, JCPenney, Jeep, Johnson & Johnson, Kroger, Northrop Grumman Corporation and TriWest Healthcare Alliance and Worldwide Strategic Partners: BAE Systems, BIC, The Boeing Company, ConAgra Foods, FedEx, Lockheed Martin, Microsoft Corporation, Procter & Gamble, TKS Telepost Kabel-Service Kaiserslautern GmbH & Co. KG and Wawa Inc. We are also supported through the United Way and Combined Federal Campaign (CFC-11381). To join us in this important mission, and to learn more about the USO, please visit uso.org.

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Dobbs Ferry, New York (PRWEB) December 13, 2014

It would come as no surprise that the primary topic of conversation around Hollywood today would be the 2015 Golden Globe Award nominees who were announced yesterday. But the same wouldn’t be expected on the quiet campus of St. Christopher’s, an organization dedicated to helping teens with emotional, behavioral and learning disabilities, based in this Hudson River village in Westchester County.

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Birdman, a comedic drama about a washed-up actor, played by Michael Keaton, trying to make a comeback, received nominations for Best Comedy, Best Screenplay and Best Director, Alejandro G. Inarritu. Keaton received a Best Dramatic Actor nomination, and actors Emma Stone and Edward Norton were recognized for their supporting work.

The Marching Cobras are shown participating in the pre-Super Bowl parade last February. Members of the film crew saw the band performing and took the opportunity to capture them in action at Times Square.

“It started when location scouts came to scout all three campuses one day and happened to catch our Marching Cobras practicing,” said St. Christopher’s CEO Dr. Robert Maher. “They were impressed by the talent, enthusiasm and dedication of the members and contacted me to see if it would be possible to include the band in a film they were working on called Birdman. We thought it was a unique opportunity to highlight the band members and readily agreed.”

“The pre-Super Bowl parade, which was a major honor for us to be invited to participate in, provided the perfect setting because the film is centered on Manhattan’s Theater District, so it all came together beautifully,” Dr. Maher said. “It was great to be part of the film but we certainly never imagined that our kids would be not just marching in a movie, but in what could well be the top film of the year.”

“We knew Birdman was in contention for some nominations, so we were all watching when the Golden Globe nominations were made,” he said. “I don’t think there was louder cheering for any nominee than was heard here in Dobbs Ferry for Birdman. It is truly special for our children to have even a small part in this tremendous film. We owe a debt of gratitude to the location scouts and everyone associated with the making of this movie. Now we can’t wait for Awards Night!”

The band can be seen in the Birdman trailer at the 2:11 mark.


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St. Christopher’s, Inc. is an innovative adolescent development organization dedicated to helping children with special needs and their families by delivering a seamless continuum of care. We provide quality education; therapeutic intervention and life planning skills in a safe and nurturing environment with the goal of helping each child reach his/her full potential. For more information visit http://www.sc1881.com.

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Fayetteville, AR (PRWEB) October 28, 2014

The University of Arkansas Department of Theatre is proud to present the unforgettable new comedy-drama “Kin” by Bathsheba Doran.

“Kin” tells the story of Anna, a poetry scholar from Texas and Sean, a personal trainer from Ireland. When the two embark on a romantic relationship, their web of family and friends slowly begins to form a new kinship in this, funny, thoughtful and moving play.

Doran, who has also written for the television series “Boardwalk Empire” and “Smash,” is a British playwright who earned an MFA from Columbia University. When his play “Kin” debuted in New York in 2011, The New York Times called it “simply terrific, perhaps the finest new play of the season.”

The play is directed by Amy Herzberg (“33 Variations,” TheatreSquared’s “One Man, Two Guvnors”), head of acting for the University of Arkansas Theatre Department. The cast features MFA graduate students Guadalupe Campos, Stephanie Bignault, Laura Shatkus, Britney Walker-Merritte, Jason Shipman, James Taylor Odom, Bill Rogers and Robert Flaherty Hart. Undergraduates Priscilla White and Grant Hockenbrough are also featured.

Performances will be held at 8 p.m. on Nov. 7, 8, 12, 13, 14 and 15; and at 2 p.m. on Nov. 9 and 16. All performances are at the University Theatre in the Fine Arts Center on campus. Audience members are strongly recommended to make reservations in advance.

Ticket prices are $ 20 for adults, $ 15 for seniors and faculty/staff and $ 5 for students. The performances on Nov. 12 and 13 are free to students with a valid University of Arkansas ID.

The box office for “Kin” will be open from 11:45 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. Monday through Friday between Nov. 3 and 15. The box office is also open two hours prior to each performance.Tickets are also available online at http://theatre.uark.edu or by phone at (479)575-4752. In order to get free or $ 5 tickets, UofA students must make their reservations in person at the box office.

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Beverly Hills, California (PRWEB) October 23, 2014

Award-winning author, Lourdes Duque Baron, officially released her second book, “I Called Myself Cassandra,” on June 14, 2014 in a limited-edition hardcover format. The book will be released worldwide on Amazon and Barnes and Noble, as well as other websites, during the second week of November 2014. The book is a real life story of scandal, through the eyes of Baron’s alter ego Cassandra, and follows the falling in and out of love of a young woman who tells a seductive story about her encounters and affairs in her quest to mend her broken heart.

As an accomplished author of two books, Baron is refreshingly candid about the realities and dark past of her life. In the book, Baron’s alter ego, Cassandra, details the several torrid affairs she sought out with younger men. The book chronicles a dark chapter of Baron’s life when she was estranged from her husband, who was cheating on her. The stories in the book are true from her life; she lived every page of the book. Baron explains, “It’s a memory of my reality.”

Baron talks about the pain she felt as a result of her husband’s infidelities. “There were times when the pain was unbearable. Usually, those were the times when I foolishly tried to mask this pain with the temporary physical bliss and a false validation I received from men.”

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Motion Graphics artist at Pixel Film Studios have announced the release of a new tutorial for the ProShadow plugin designed exclusively for Final Cut Pro X.

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ProShadow allows Final Cut Pro X users to add a long shadow effect to their text or logos. This effect has become a popular style in contemporary interface and icon designs.

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