Saturday, February 18, 2012

Characters Unite The Moth

  • Stories are often told in Los Angeles. They range from youll-never-guess-who-I-saw-at-Urth to the variety of comedies, dramas and fantasies that we see on the silver screen in the form of film.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • USA Network and The Moth present will present A More Perfect Union: Stories of Prejudice and Power – a Characters Unite Storytelling Event – on February 15.
  • (Look To The Stars)
  • Also this month the network will team up with non-profit company The Moth and Time Warner Cable to offer its ninth Characters Unite storytelling tour event.
  • (Multichannel Online)
  • Another component of the campaign involves USAs partnership with the nonprofit storytelling org the Moth, whose volunteers work with high school students and community groups to develop storytelling skills.
  • (Variety)
  • Looking to stamp out social and cultural divides, USA Network kicked off its second Characters Unite month on February 8 with an interactive A separate promotion, a national tour with nonprofit organization the Moth, stops in Los Angeles Wednesday.
  • (BizBash)
  • Black told his coming out story to nearly 300 people crowded into Los Angeles's Pacific Design Center to help celebrate diversity with the Characters Unite Project, backed by USA Network and storytelling organization The Moth.
  • (Advocate)
  • At USA Network and The Moth's Characters Unite Storytelling event, Nathan Lane talks with Access about working with Julia Roberts in "Mirror Mirror." Also, he reacts to the shocking death of Whitney Houston.
  • (Access Hollywood)
  • The common carp, originally native to Eurasia, has been in the United States since the 1800s The Asian longhorn beetle, emerald ash borer and gypsy moth are destructive forest pests.
  • (Kansas City infoZine)
  • 11, 2011, she also discussed her father in an out-of-character interview on TNA's No Surrender Trinidad's employer, TNA Wrestling, is the second biggest promotion in the United States.
  • (Miami Herald)

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