Category Archives: Philanthropy

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Boxing NAB

Eiji Yoshikawa is someone you have seen pacing the NAB halls for decades as publisher or editor of TV Technology and other magazines in Japan.

He is also a philanthropist in the best sense of the word – he has set up a system in the Philippines for training young adults in the science of boxing, and dragging them up the ladder from the poverty they were stuck in to educated and capable being.

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Boxing NAB

Eiji Yoshikawa is someone you have seen pacing the NAB halls for decades as publisher or editor of TV Technology and other magazines in Japan.

He is also a philanthropist in the best sense of the word – he has set up a system in the Philippines for training young adults in the science of boxing, and dragging them up the ladder from the poverty they were stuck in to educated and capable being.

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Season’s Songs and Good Cause

Your editor sumbled upon a great site for recording artists, BandCamp.com, a nice space to promote their work and get a good return. Our polling (one artist) says he is pleased with the facilities offered. I bought this album for above retail: Years and Years (2011) | Milo Fairweather

But that is not why we write: For Folk’s Sake It’s Christmas 2011 | For Folk’s Sake is a pithy collection of fun music, with profits going to the Integrated Cancer Centre

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Season’s Songs and Good Cause

Your editor sumbled upon a great site for recording artists, BandCamp.com, a nice space to promote their work and get a good return. Our polling (one artist) says he is pleased with the facilities offered. I bought this album for above retail: Years and Years (2011) | Milo Fairweather

But that is not why we write: For Folk’s Sake It’s Christmas 2011 | For Folk’s Sake is a pithy collection of fun music, with profits going to the Integrated Cancer Centre

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Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief

Lineup of Superstar Musical Perfomances

Wyclef Jean, Bruce Springsteen, Jennifer Hudson, Mary J. Blige, Shakira, and Sting Will Appear in New York City;

Alicia Keys, Christina Aguilera, Dave Matthews, John Legend, Justin Timberlake, Stevie Wonder, Taylor Swift, and a Group Performance by Keith Urban, Kid Rock, and Sheryl Crow in Los Angeles;

Coldplay, and a Group Performance by Bono, The Edge, Jay-Z, and Rihanna in London

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