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Miley Cyrus: Talented, Troubled and Controversial By Peter Adams
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Miley Cyrus is an American actress and singer. Her father is country music star Billy Ray Cyrus. Miley enrolled in the Armstrong Acting School of Toronto when she was nine and was soon cast in small... More > roles, varying from television shows like Doc to the 2003 Tim Burton movie Big Fish. Miley eventually auditioned and won the lead for a new Disney show that centered on an average girl who had a secret identity as a pop star. The show, Hannah Montana, was an instant sensation and propelled Miley's career not just as an actress but as a singer songwriter. The Hannah Montana soundtrack skyrocketed to number one on the Billboard 200 in 2006, only to be surpassed in opening sales by a double-disc release the following year, which included another Hannah Montana soundtrack and Miley's original namesake CD. Miley has also kept up with acting, lending her voice to Disney productions such as the movie Bolt and the television show The Emperor's New School.< Less
HANDS of VOICES By KAREN L. JONES
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HANDS of VOICES The Search for Deaf Talented Performers is enlightning with resources to let you into the Deaf Entertainment World!
HANDS of VOICES By KAREN L. JONES
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HANDS of VOICES The Search for Deaf Talented Performers is enlightning with resources to let you into the Deaf Entertainment World!
Voices 3 By Ken Clay
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Voices, the Manchester based magazine of working class writing, ran for 31 issues between 1972 and 1984. It included such talents as Jimmy McGovern, John Cooper Clark, Tony Marchant, Jim Arnison and... More > Ken Worpole. This reprint contains the complete text and graphics of issues 14 to 19 - 1977-1979< Less
Voices 2 By Ken Clay
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Voices, the Manchester based magazine of working class writing, ran for 31 issues between 1972 and 1984. It included such talents as Jimmy McGovern, John Cooper Clark, Tony Marchant, Jim Arnison and... More > Ken Worpole. This reprint contains the complete text and graphics of issues 7 to 13 - 1975-1977< Less
Voices 1 By Ken Clay
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Voices, the Manchester based magazine of working class writing, ran for 31 issues between 1972 and 1984. It included such talents as Jimmy McGovern, John Cooper Clark, Tony Marchant, Jim Arnison and... More > Ken Worpole. This reprint contains the complete text and graphics of issues 1 to 6 - 1972-1975< Less
Voices 5 By Ken Clay
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Voices, the Manchester based magazine of working class writing, ran for 31 issues between 1972 and 1984. It included such talents as Jimmy McGovern, John Cooper Clark, Tony Marchant, Jim Arnison and... More > Ken Worpole. This reprint contains the complete text and graphics of issues 26 to 31 - 1982-1984< Less
Voices 4 By Ken Clay
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Voices, the Manchester based magazine of working class writing, ran for 31 issues between 1972 and 1984. It included such talents as Jimmy McGovern, John Cooper Clark, Tony Marchant, Jim Arnison and... More > Ken Worpole. This reprint contains the complete text and graphics of issues 20 to 25 - 1979-1982< Less
The Voice in The Mirror By Sooz Parnam-Harris
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‘My father had replied once, when I asked him about the people who seemed to be unexplainable and everywhere, — the world is full of shadow men and silent organisations. It is a sign of... More > the times we live in and the fear that goes with it. It took me a while to realise that I belonged to one of the silent groups and had become part of the shadows.’ Saccharissa lives in a post Catastrophe world and if you’re not a Normal then you’re a Talent… a freak. Working as part of the Team, she uses her ‘difference’ to help the reluctant authorities with their psychopaths, murderers and criminals. A bad day with a knife welding psycho sends Saccharissa off on a trip into the past and the streets of New York, her father’s childhood home. Where she learns about the meaning of true friendship, loss and betrayal; where the lines between freak and Normal are blurred and the future is changing fast. And then there are the ‘rogues’ those freaks who are off the grid.< Less
The Voice in the Mirror By Sooz Parnam-Harris
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‘My father had replied once, when I asked him about the people who seemed to be unexplainable and everywhere, – the world is full of shadow men and silent organisations. It is a sign of... More > the times we live in and the fear that goes with it. It took me a while to realise that I belonged to one of the silent groups and had become part of the shadows.’ Saccharissa lives in a post Catastrophe world and if you’re not a Normal then you’re a Talent… a freak. Working as part of the Team, she uses her ‘difference’ to help the reluctant authorities with their psychopaths, murderers and criminals. A bad day with a knife welding psycho sends Saccharissa off on a trip into the past and the streets of New York, her father’s childhood home. Where she learns about the meaning of true friendship, loss and betrayal; where the lines between freak and Normal are blurred and the future is changing fast. And then there are the ‘rogues’ those freaks who are off the grid.< Less