Entrepreneurs are information hounds, well-organized people who analyze new trends, not only for new ideas but for new twists on new ideas. They are "doers" who not only develop or invent, but have the courage to commit to an idea, implement it and follow through. In Entrepreneurial Thinking by Mike Vance, you'll learn the specific action steps you need to become more like an entrepreneur in thought and deed...
Tonight on the program, J.D. Vance discusses his book "Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis."
We continue with a look at the play "The Front Page" with director Jack O'Brien and actors Nathan Lane and John Goodman.
We conclude with Alexandra Lebenthal, president and C.E.O. of Lebenthal & Co., and Dr. Michael Kaplitt, neurosurgeon at Weill Cornell Medicine and New York Presbyterian.
Somewhere on the rocky coast of Maine there exists the small, quiet town of Light's End. Built along a metaphysical fault line between the universal forces of good and evil, it has been the setting for countless episodes of mind-numbing horror and depravity. Horror master Michael Vance chronicles a baker's dozen of terror-inducing tales that will leave you shivering in the night. Welcome to classic pulp horror at its most gruesome, courtesy of Airship 27 Productions.
Award-winning writer Michael Vance returns with another baker's dozen of gripping, horrific, and deeply moving stories of people caught in unimaginable horror. Douse the lights, bolt the doors, and get ready to be frightened by this all-new collection of the macabre by a true master. The Feasting is custom-made for the jaded horror fan wanting something new. Pulp horror at its finest.
"Majority poetry style,"
It's 1935 in Detroit. The city is in the midst of a heat wave when a beautiful white woman is brutally raped and murdered, setting off a powder keg. The chief suspect is a recently paroled black man. Fearing for his life, he goes into hiding only to discover that the victim's father, a rich retired judge, has put a bounty on his head: one million dollars for his apprehension, dead.
Welcome to Light's End, a small, quaint fishing town on the rugged coast of Maine. It's a quiet place, much like many other such communities throughout New England. And yet there is a presence of evil about the streets and byways of this harmless-appearing hamlet. For here, amid the age-old Yankee traditions of its citizens, lurks a dark secret, a brooding, religious philosophy that infects every aspect of daily life. Dare you enter Light's End and uncover what lies beneath its pleasant, homey façade?