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American Idol Has Not Failed

This is not a sponsored post. I am personally not on Idol’s payroll. This comes from a long time viewer of American Idol. American Idol announced on Monday May 11, 2015 that it would come back for just one more

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Brands Are Catching the Connection

Brands are beginning to really catch the connection.   Remember the day of opening a candy bar, biting down, and believing you had a tooth in your bar, writing a letter to the company and getting a box of 48 candy

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American Idol and It’s Sustainability

American Idol and it’s sustainability is a topic I have tried to write about three times in the last eight weeks.  Each time a fluke in Word, WordPress and then my Ipad losing my entire writing.   Each time, it’s

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The Love of Harry or #TheLoveOfHarry

I wrote about Harry Connick, JR last December. On the heels of having met him, it was very easy to write “When Harry Met Sally” (you can read that here).  Now that American Idol is in fully engaged in Season

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I Can Only Imagine

I Can Only Imagine what it might be like to be in the same room of American Idol Contestants.  I can only imagine what it might be like to actually kind of sort of sing a duet with one.  And

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American Idol & Vocal Coaching

I seem to write my best posts when a few thousand feet in the air from my IPad. I think I will start with the events on Thursday Jan. 31st, 2014. It started with one of our Fox network contacts

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What Critics Are Saying About American Idol

I am reading what the critics are saying about Season XIII of American Idol.  After reading, I am asking some questions.  What makes for a good show? What makes for a good judge? What is going to keep viewers coming

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Rococo Artisan Chocolate Review

I’ve always had a secret dream of being a food critic. So here. I. Go… Have you EVER. Tasted SOMEthing. So good. That the simple memory of it makes your mouth water? The mind’s eye to salivary gland connection connection is closely-knit,

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American Idol Stories To Tell

There will be many stories to tell of my experiences with American Idol, including taking that behind the scenes tour and spending a day a midst all the hub-bub of taping Hollywood week. These experiences did something deeper than just

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American Idol Thoughts as they Come #2

When you receive an invitation from Ryan Seacrest to attend a private American Idol event there is a barrage of emotions that collide in the moments of reading  that email.  I can’t say I jumped for joy or giggled uncontrollable.

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American Idol & Honorary Thanks

It was an exciting Saturday Dec. 7th. My friend Lynn, whom I met through Facebook, came to visit me with her husband. I met Lynn through Social Media. She had commented on a post by Robert Caruso, and from there

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