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Miami, USA, June 15, 2021 -/DailyVoice/– Veteran collectors of Western and Native American memorabilia, or anyone considering dipping their toes into this red-hot category of collectible, need to mark their calendars for June 25th-27th. Those are the dates for this year’s Brian Lebel’s Cody Old West Show, to be held in the Santa Fe Community Convention Center, at 201 West Marcy Street.

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Leiza Michaels Releases Nuevos Estandares in Spanish & English!

Boca Raton, FL, June 14, 2021 -/DailyVoice/- Today, Southern Florida Singing sensation and Songwriter Leiza Michaels announced the release of Nuevos Estándares, the Spanish version of her 2020 classic “New Standards”. She and Starburst Records also announced they will be hosting a CD Release Party at The Pavilion Grille in Boca Raton, Florida on Sunday, June 27 from 6:00-9:00 PM.

Both Leiza and Jay Carney, Founder/CEO of Starburst Records are huge fans of the old Jazz Standards. During the summer of 2019 they collaborated on a collection of six brand new songs that embody the vibe and style of popular songs from the Great American Songbook, exemplifying songs by such luminaries as Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Irving Berlin and many other composers that had hit songs from Broadway Musicals. They recorded the first English version of this album in Nashville in January of 2020 and have followed up in 2021 with a re-write of each song in Spanish being released on over 40 music streaming platforms on Friday, May 28. The songs on “New Standards” have been streaming globally since mid-2020. They can be heard on Spotify, Itunes, Amazon Music Plus as well as all major digital streaming sites. This album, “Nuevos Estandares” however has been released early exclusively on Bandcamp at Leiza & Jay enlisted the talent of Enrique Duarte of Mexico to translate this great collection of songs into Spanish, which he accomplished with elegance capturing the depth and meanings in a new prose!

New York Native, Leiza Michaels has been performing Jazz Standards & Popular songs from The Great American Songbook for many years throughout Europe & the USA and most recently throughout Southern Florida over the past 10 years. When we composed these songs we also felt this was the perfect genre of music to further important social causes. The song Pure White Snow is an homage to Billie Holiday focusing upon on the struggle this gifted artist had with drug addiction, an addiction that faces many and can hinder progress through life. Also our songs Charm Me and Natural focus upon spousal abuse, eradicating violence against women and forced marriages. The greatest “crowd pleaser” of the album appears to be Some Kinda Girl/ Chica especial owing to it coming into closest proximity to modern pop of the album’s songs. Leiza was especially excited about rerecording her CD in Spanish so she could connect with her Latin heritage.

Here are the titles of each song:

English: 1. Movin Too Slow, 2. Pure White Snow, 3. The Older You Get, 4. Some Kinda Girl, 5. Natural, 6. Charm Me.

Spanish: 1. Muy lento, mi amor, 2. Mi perdición, 3. Al envejecer, 4. Chica especial, 5. Natural, 6. Hechizame.

Each song has an Official Music Video in both English and Spanish as follows:

  1. Muy lento, mi amor:
  2. Mi perdición:
  3. Al envejecer:
  4. Chica especial:
  5. Natural:
  6. Hechizame:
  7. Movin’ Too Slow:
  8. Pure White Snow:
  9. The Older You Get:
  10. Some Kinda Girl:
  11. Natural:
  12. Charm Me:

New Standards Credits:
© 2020 Starburst Music Publishing, LLC. All rights reserved. All music & lyrics co-written by Leiza Michaels and Jay Carney. Thank you to our fabulous team: Dave Francis – Upright Bass, Recording Producer, backup vocals on Some Kinda Girl, Tommy Harden – Drums & Percussion, Catherine Marx – Keyboards, Kerry Marx – Electric Guitar, Jim Hoke – Saxophones & Chromatic Harmonica, Paul Mullen –Co-writer on Some Kinda Girl and overall collaborator, Marv Treutel – Recording Engineer. Nathaniel Jones – Final Mix/Mastering Engineer, Photography Mary Stucchi, Stylist JK Feldman, Location Fountainview WPB.

Nuevos Estándares
© 2021 Starburst Music Publishing, LLC. All rights reserved. All music & lyrics co-written by Leiza Michaels, Jay Carney & Enrique Duarte. Leiza dedicates this album to her beautiful, loving family in Spain. Thank you to our fabulous team: Dave Francis – Upright Bass, Musical Recording Producer, Tommy Harden – Drums & Percussion, Catherine Marx – Keyboards, Kerry Marx – Electric Guitar, Jim Hoke – Saxophones & Chromatic Harmonica, Marv Treutel – Recording Engineer. Nathaniel Jones – Final Mix/Mastering/Engineering of Music Tracks, Greg Johnson – Final Mix/Mastering on Muy Lento, Mi Amor, Chica Especial & Natural. Stephen Murphy, Vocal Recording, Final Mix/Mastering Al Envejecer, Hechizame & Mi Perdición. Spanish vocal version, Photography Mary Stucchi, Stylist JK Feldman, Location Fountainview WPB. Special thanks to Luis Garcia for shining love & light during the recordings.

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Brian Lebel’s Cody Old West Show with 65 Top Vendors will be Held June 25-27 at The Santa Fe Community Convention Center

Santa Fe, NM, USA, June 15, 2021 -/DailyVoice/- Veteran collectors of Western and Native American memorabilia, or anyone considering dipping their toes into this red-hot category of collectible, need to mark their calendars for June 25th-27th. Those are the dates for this year’s Brian Lebel’s Cody Old West Show, to be held in the Santa Fe Community Convention Center, at 201 West Marcy Street.

Vendors from across the country will be there, specializing in authentic Western fine art, collectibles, apparel, home decor, jewelry, antique firearms, Native American artifacts, cowboy trappings, horse gear, books, boots, hats and more. Contemporary artists and artisans will be included. The merchandise includes antique, vintage and modern, spanning all price points.

“It was touch-and-go for a while as to whether or not we would be able to hold this year’s show, but we couldn’t be happier that we’re able to move forward,” said Brian Lebel, who’s been staging Old West Shows since 1989, initially in Cody, Wyoming. “Summer in Santa Fe is a shopper’s paradise, and we are proud to be the show that gets to kick off the summer season.”

Because of the wide variety of material available at the show — from cowboy to Native American, from old to new, and from inexpensive to lavish — it’s often difficult to explain to people what exactly the show is like, Lebel said. “But one thing is for certain: after someone’s first visit, they come back every year. It’s a special event with a community like none other.”

Lebel added, “We’ve missed everyone and are really looking forward to seeing all of our friends and colleagues again.” He explained that, due to COVID occupancy restrictions, the total number of vendors had to be reduced to about 65 to allow for the most shoppers to be able to attend. It will be a buy, sell and trade event, with many vendors happy to offer impromptu appraisals.

“Our vendors are among the best in the business, and are extremely generous with both their time and knowledge, Lebel pointed out. “Even if you don’t buy anything, you’re guaranteed to learn something.” Show hours are 9am to 3pm Mountain time on June 26th and 27th, with general admission priced at $10 per day, or $15 for a two-day pass. Those under 12 and over 70 are free.

Lebel encouraged attendees to check out early buy-in, which is available “for the serious collector” during Friday’s June 25th vendor set-up, from 9am to 5 pm. Guests get to shop while the dealers unpack, for first-look at the merchandise. The cost is $100 and entitles the buyer to access during all vendor hours all weekend, as well as an invitation to the Friday night VIP party.

For eats, Santa Fe’s Cowgirl BBQ will be set-up in the outdoor courtyard, selling food and drinks, including cold beer, wine and their famous margaritas. Bargain-conscious attendees should know that discount coupons are available in local print ads and at galleries and shops around Santa Fe. The show has grown into a major annual event in just four years in Santa Fe.

Sandwiched between early buy-in (June 25th) and the show’s final day (June 27th), Brian Lebel will hold the 31st annual Cody Old West Auction on Saturday, June 26th, at 4 pm Mountain time, with live, in-person bidding at the nearby Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza located at 100 Sandoval Street in Santa Fe, as well as online via the Old West Events website,

The auction is packed with 384 total lots and will feature several important collections, including the estate collections of antique firearms and Native American baskets from James Carpenter; the impressive miniature saddle collection and antique Americana collection of Earl Hagerman; badges from the collection of Bob Vines; buckles from the collection of Judge Howard Gross; and a superb group of horsehair bridles from noted collectors and authors Ned and Jody Martin.

Major categories will include cowboy antiques and collectibles (saddles, spurs, bits, etc.); Native American artifacts; antique and historic firearms; Hollywood cowboy memorabilia; Western fine art; Old West gambling and saloon items; antique and contemporary belt buckles and other silverwork; antique advertising and lithography; and Western decorative arts and furniture. The auction is free and open to the public, but seating is limited. Reservations are required for a seat.

Currently underway is Lebel’s Rest of the West, an online-only auction with 120 lots, all unreserved and with estimates of under $1,000. Bidding is live now, at, and will end on June 26th at 11:55 pm Mountain time. Collectors on a budget, or anyone considering easing into the fast-growing field of Western collectibles should check it out.

To learn more about Brian Lebel’s Old West Events and the show and auction on June 25th-27th, please visit

About Brian Lebel’s Old West Events:
Brian Lebel founded the Cody Old West Show & Auction 31 years ago in Cody, Wyoming as a small gathering of people who were buying, selling and trading in the antiques and artifacts of the American cowboy and the American West. Brian believed that more people would appreciate these great artifacts if only they were aware of what was available, so he launched his own event. Brian Lebel’s Old West Shows and Old West Auctions are held every January in Mesa, Arizona, and every June in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Each annual event consists of a weekend vendor sale with hundreds of dealers, plus an exciting, live Saturday night auction. Both the events feature the best authentic Western art, antiques and artifacts available for public sale. Old West Events is always accepting quality consignments for future auctions. To inquire about consigning a single piece, an estate or a collection, you may call them at 480-779-WEST (9378), or, you can email them at To learn more, please visit

NFT Gamechanger TWO TWO Launches Extreme Art Gallery with Emmy-Award Winner Alan Tietel, Jimi Hendrix, Nick Walker and more

Las Vegas, NV, USA, June 14 2021 -/DailyVoice/- A new gamechanger in the NFT scene, TWO TWO announced its official launch, dropping big names such as Emmy-Award winner Alan Tietel, whose ‘Match and Arrow’ art pieces have been tokenized into NFTs and are up for public auction.

TWO TWO, a US-based gallery aims to break down the barriers between real and virtual art, emerging and established artists, and between the artist and the community. Its mission is to allow art enthusiasts to re-imagine art, offering an immersive experience that synthesizes a transformational relationship between artist and patron. Static metamorphoses into dynamic.

“For too long, the elite have controlled access to art via exclusive art galleries and auction houses. TWO TWO merges real and virtual art galleries with DeFi to enable the community to be the gallery and have direct access to established and emerging artistic talent,” said Avron Goss, Co-Founder of TWO TWO.

Providing Capital to Art Projects Globally Utilizing NFT Technology and DeFi
TWO TWO’s art-industry focused DeFi is aimed at providing capital to art projects globally, enabling the community to find the next Banksy. Its unique ecosystem ties together sales of physical art, NFT art, liquidity pools and staking to create value for the community using X22, the TWO TWO governance token.

TWO TWO tokens (X22) will enable the holders to be “the gallery” as they will be provided with voting rights on the DAO as well as access to exclusive art deals.

Furthermore, what makes them interesting on top of this is that they will be used to enable NFT marketing to TWO TWO and third-party galleries. The TWO TWO Foundation will also have a buy back and lockup scheme whereby revenue earned from marketing NFTs for these galleries will be used to buy back X22 tokens to be locked up in the Treasury.

To summarise, the uses of the X22 token are:

  • Governance: Enables voting on the DAO. Each X22 token represents one vote to enable democracy and community empowerment.
  • Staking: X22 tokens can be staked and will receive yield from the staking pool, NFT and Art sales.
  • Buy Back and Make: A portion of NFT and Art sales will be used to buy X22 tokens on the open market to boost staking rewards, provide tokens to liquidity providers and ensure the build-up of reserves in the treasury as insurance.
  • Membership fees for galleries to obtain marketing access to the X22 community.
  • Stability Fees of art loans: Loans will be partially repaid in X22 tokens.
  • Self-service NFT minting.
  • Participation in emerging Artist funds.

Real-World Utility for X22 Art Token
“Because we have real world uses for X22 and we are going to be reaching the art world as well as the crypto community worldwide, we believe that we will be creating strong demand for X22 outside of established crypto users,” said Steven Meistrich, Co-Founder and Strategist of TWO TWO.

“Art speaks to us all,” according to Curator and Co-Founder, Stacey Maites. “The X22 token is a natural extension of its language.”

The team of Co-founders based in USA and UK prides TWO TWO as a community driver, a new revolution in the art space, through its unique value proposition utilizing NFT and DeFi. The circular token economy has been developed to allow the community to be the gallery. This goes beyond voting on a DAO and will include direct benefits that will enable communities to receive yield from the activities of the gallery.

TWO TWO’s circular token economy brings together real-world galleries, NFT galleries and DeFi, creating a robust business model with multiple independent and uncorrelated revenue streams. Furthermore, TWO TWO will bring their community closer to credible artists such as Emmy-Award winner Alan Tietel, unprinted negatives of the music legend Jimi Hendrix, the art of Nick Walker and many more.

Oversubscribed Seed Investment
TWO TWO boasts an incredible line-up of early-stage investors such as AU21, LVT Capital, Kosmos, Wings Ventures, Magnus Capital, Twin Apex Capital, GAINS, Alphabit Fund, Top7 ICO, BSCPad, MantraDAO, DuckDAO, CryptoDiffer, Moonwalker, Kyros Ventures, DEFIED, Berezka Ventures, Kultivated Capital, Kosmos, ZBS Capital, Spykefast, SportsIcon, Squares Capital and others, raising an oversubscribed seed investment of over USD 1.5 million.

As it continues with its development, TWO TWO is set to announce more partnerships, artist collaborations, various NFT art drops and several high-level announcements in the coming weeks. Currently, TWO TWO is running a community campaign to further introduce its platform to the crypto community. At the end of the month, TWO TWO plans to list its X22 tokens on several exchanges and launch an IDO (Initial DEX Offering).

About TWO TWO:
TWO TWO is the world’s first Interactive Art Gallery combining NFT with DeFi. It resides contemporaneously within the convergence of the actual and the virtual. The work of visionary, established and emerging artists, is merged with multi-dimensional technology, to promulgate co-existence with illustrative imagination.

Partnering with Syncretism Ventures Worldwide, the first TWO TWO Gallery will be located within Resorts World Las Vegas, the city’s most sumptuous, unique and innovative property, scheduled to open in June, 2021.

Yet, TWO TWO also inhabits the imagination. The patented immersive technology emulates the emotional stimuli and translates the experience to any mobile device. From actual to virtual to actual, the transcendental circle is complete.

From Warhol to Mr. Brainwash, from Basquiat to Banksy, TWO TWO exhibits rigorously curated Pop, Urban, Graffiti and Street Art.

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“Stacey Jackson in The 80s” Brings New Energy to Nostalgic Music Television Network on Spotlight TV

Los Angeles, CA, June 11, 2021 -/DailyVoice/- Spotlight TV’s newest show, “Stacey Jackson in the 80s,” brings a new kind of energy this year. Premiering on Friday, June 11, and viewed on Sky (365) and Freesat (516) at 9 pm GMT, Stacey Jackson brings her bubbly personality and infuses new energy to the network in a way that has never been seen before!

With her ability to bring a new look to a classic era, Stacey Jackson takes viewers through some of the best hits of the 80s with iconic video classics. Episodes include “80s Live Concerts,” “Hits From 1980 Movie Classics,” “Women Who Rock,” “80s Dance,” “Smooth 80s,” and many more.

Since the transition from “Keeping It Country,” Spotlight TV expanded their programming to include a sense of nostalgia from every era. Stacey takes viewers on a musical journey through all genres of music, from new wave, to dance, to pop, rock, heavy metal and so much more.

With her in-depth knowledge of the music industry, Stacey brings in her own personal insights and glamorous flair to the 80s as the show truly speaks to her heart. “When I got the call from the producers that I got the gig, I literally wrote down a year’s worth of episodes in three minutes just off the top of my head. I mean – I grew up in the 80’s, I still know every lyric to all the hits of that era. This show was made for me!” says Jackson who also writes and co-produces the series.

Mother of four, singer and songwriter, and up-and-coming author of “How Snoop Dogg Made Me a Better Mom”, Stacey Jackson, is clearly a woman of all talents. Researching for the series, Stacey continues to pour her heart and soul into every episode and moment that goes behind her work. She even penned the theme song “Flipside” for the open titles of the show. With her newest single, “Live It Up: Rebooted feat. Snoop Dogg,” released on June 4th and the feature film “Reboot Camp” in which she performs the new record in a cameo, just shows how great she is at her various job roles.

Jackson has had no issue gaining traction and attention for her many accomplishments. Fans are excited to see Stacey Jackson take the reins as a host of “Stacey Jackson In the 80s” and her passion and enthusiasm for her many projects is evident.

Fans are encouraged to visit and @staerox on all social media.

For more information or any press inquiries, please contact: Jane Owen, Publicist (LA) or Will Palmer, Publicist (UK)

John Rush Retires From Pressed4Time After 30 Years

Denver, CO and Naples, FL, June 12, 2021 -/DailyVoice/- Pressed4Time’s John Rush, a Denver, Colorado resident, recently sold his dry cleaning route to Brad Ambridge, owner of Martinizing Dry Cleaning of Denver. This marked the end of a 30-plus year career with Pressed4Time for this lifelong entrepreneur. Ambridge officially took over the route on May 1.

“I’ve had quite a run with Pressed4Time. I’ve met and worked with some wonderful people who will remain friends for the rest of my life,” said Rush, who began his Pressed4Time route in 1991. “I’m looking forward to the next chapter, which hopefully involves some travel and maybe even a little work to stay active.”

Rush began his entrepreneurial career in the supermarket business, working in his family’s store. After a stint in the Air Force, which included being stationed in Spain, Rush traveled to Australia to open a business, Oliver’s Table in Perth. He returned to the US five years late to open another business, The Water Store in Denver, Colorado. During that time, he was a distributor for Crystal Geyser spring water from Calistoga, California.

“I enjoyed both businesses but there was just something missing. That’s when I did one of those aptitude tests with Carol Green of the Franchise Services Association. My test revealed that I was an outdoor person,” said Rush. “That’s when I went on my search for an outdoor franchise opportunity and fortunately found Pressed4Time. The rest is history.”

Over his 30-year career, he’s logged literally hundreds of thousands of miles picking up and dropping off clothing in the greater Denver area. During that time, he’s watched his children Ben (spouse Jackie) and Monica (spouse Mark) grow into adults. He’s now the proud grandfather of three—Brooklyn, Evan and Asher.

“I love people and that’s what made having a business like this perfect for me,” said Rush, 77. “I’m so grateful to have had this opportunity and happy for the assistance from Clean Franchise Brands to connect me with Brad. I know my route is in capable hands.”

Clean Franchise Brands recently acquired Martinizing Dry Cleaning, 1-800-DryClean, Pressed4time, Dry Cleaning Station and Bizziebox. Lapels and Greybull have now merged these leading dry cleaning companies into Clean Franchise Brands, LLC (“Clean Franchise Brands”), now the largest dry cleaning company in the world, with 500+ stores in 40 states and nine countries.

“This is a great example of how this acquisition creates tremendous synergies among all of our existing and new franchisees across the country,” said Kevin Dubois, CEO and President of Clean Franchise Brands. “We were able to connect John’s Pressed4Time route with a Martinizing Dry Cleaning dry cleaning plant and store rather easily. This provides an additional opportunity for Brad and a seamless transition for customers on John’s route.”

Clean Franchise Brands provides multiple offerings for new and existing franchise owners, including: a plant with retail store, a satellite store, pickup and delivery, and the newly created Lapels Laundromat. Clean Franchise Brands also offers a conversion program to independent dry cleaning business owners that would like to receive international marketing and technology assistance while owners focus on running their businesses.

“Over the years, we’ve established Lapels as a unique franchise offering with a focus on environmentally friendly, non-toxic cleaning practices, as well as stellar customer service. That package has earned us a place in the Franchise 500 year in and year out,” said Dubois. “With this acquisition, we can provide a wide range of offerings to prospects all over the world. We’re excited about the future of all our new brands. The sky is truly the limit.”

For Further Information:

  1. For more information on Lapels Dry Cleaning, please visit:
  2. For more information on Martinizing Dry Cleaning, please visit:
  3. For more information on 1-800-Dry Clean, please visit:
  4. For more information on Pressed4Time, please visit:

To learn more about franchise opportunities with Lapels or Martinizing Dry Cleaning, please call 781-829-8780.

About Clean Franchise Brands, LLC
Based in Naples, Florida, Clean Franchise Brands, LLC is now the owner of the following brands: Lapels Dry Cleaning; Martinizing Dry Cleaning; 1-800-DryClean, Pressed4Time, Dry Cleaning Station and Bizziebox. Collectively, the brands have 500 plus stores in 40 states and nine countries. For more information, contact Michael Eisner at

GeneSiC’s 3rd Generation (G3R™) 750V SiC MOSFETs Offer Unparalleled Performance and Reliability

Dulles, VA, June 13, 2021 -/DailyVoice/- GeneSiC Semiconductor’s next-generation 750V G3R™SiC MOSFETs will deliver unprecedented levels of performance, robustness and quality that exceeds its counterparts. System benefits include low on-state drops at operating temperatures, faster switching speeds, increased power density, minimal ringing (low EMI) and compact system size. GeneSiC’s G3R™, offered in optimized low-inductance discrete packages (SMD and through hole), are optimized to operate with lowest power losses under all operating conditions and ultra-fast switching speeds. These devices have substantially better performance levels as compared to contemporary SiC MOSFETs.

“High-efficiency energy usage has become a critical deliverable in next-generation power converters and SiC power devices continue to be the key components driving this revolution. After years of development work towards achieving the lowest on-state resistance and robust short circuit and avalanche performance, we are excited to release the industry’s best performing 750V SiC MOSFETs. Our G3R™ enable power electronics designers to meet the challenging efficiency, power density and quality goals in applications like solar inverters, EV on-board chargers and server/telecom power supplies. An assured quality, supported by fast turn-around and automotive-qualified high volume manufacturing further enhances their value proposition.” said Dr. Ranbir Singh, President at GeneSiC Semiconductor.

G3R60MT07J – 750V 60mΩ G3R™ TO-263-7 SiC MOSFET
G3R60MT07D – 750V 60mΩ G3R™ TO-247-3 SiC MOSFET
G3R60MT07K – 750V 60mΩ G3R™ TO-247-4 SIC MOSFET


  • Industry’s lowest gate charge (Qg ) and internal gate resistance (Rg(int) )
  • Lowest Rds(on) change with temperature
  • Low output capacitance (Coss ) and miler capacitance (Cgd )
  • 100% avalanche (UIL) tested during production
  • Industry-leading short circuit withstand capability
  • Fast and reliable body diode with low Vf and low Qrr
  • High and stable gate threshold voltage (Vth) across all temperature and drain-bias conditions
  • Advanced packaging technology for lower thermal resistance and lower ringing
  • Manufacturing uniformity of Rds(on), Vth and breakdown voltage (BV)
  • Comprehensive product portfolio and safer supply chain with automotive-qualified high volume manufacturing


  • Solar (PV) Inverters
  • EV / HEV Onboard Chargers
  • Server & Telecom Power Supplies
  • Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS)
  • DC-DC Converters
  • Switched Mode Power Supplies (SMPS)
  • Energy Storage and Battery Charging
  • Induction Heating

All of GeneSiC Semiconductor’s SiC MOSFETs are targeted for automotive applications (AEC-Q101) and PPAP-capable.

For datasheet and other resources, visit – or contact

All devices are available from authorized distributors –

Digi-key Electronics
Newark Electronics
Mouser Electronics
Arrow Electronics

About GeneSiC Semiconductor:
GeneSiC Semiconductor is a pioneer and world leader in Silicon Carbide technology, while also invested in high power Silicon technologies. The global leading manufacturers of industrial and defense systems depend on GeneSiC’s technology to elevate the performance and efficiency of their products. GeneSiC’s electronic components run cooler, faster, and more economically, and play a key role in conserving energy in a wide array of high power systems. We hold leading patents on wide band gap power device technologies; a market that is projected to reach more than $1 billion by 2022. Our core competency is to add more value to our customers’ end product. Our performance and cost metrics are setting standards in the Silicon Carbide industry.

A Day at Blue Mountain Ranch with Cowboy Mike and Winston Now Available on Amazon

Prescott, AZ, June 13, 2021 -/DailyVoice/- Do you know a child who loves horses or miniature ponies? Watch their eyes light up as they read the pages of the new children’s book A Day at Blue Mountain Ranch with Cowboy Mike and Winston, featuring Winston, a miniature pony and his owner, Cowboy Mike! Michael Eastwood also has this first book in the series A Day in The Life of Cowboy Mike and Winston. Both these children’s books are available for purchase on Amazon.
Michael Eastwood has donated all proceeds of the book sales to Pony 4 Precious 501(c) 3 non-profit. Follow along as Cowboy Mike takes care of Winston and his brothers, Blue, Bones and Buckle. The adventures keep going and these books will educate you on the care of these amazing animals.
This book is a perfect gift for birthdays or for the upcoming 2021 holiday season!
Pony 4 Precious is a platinum level charity, by GuideStar founded by Michael Eastwood, who started the foundation based on his own animals, to create a free scholarship program. 100% of All proceeds of this children’s book sales will be donated to the Pony 4 Precious scholarship fund.
If you would like more information about this book or Pony 4 Precious charity their website is To learn more about Michael Eastwood visit his website To order your book click on the amazon link

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Rochdale Village Community Center Receives Outstanding Recognition of the Neighborhood Technical Assistance Clinic

New York, NY, June 13, 2021 -/DailyVoice/- New York City’s nonprofits serve so many families and neighborhoods, but often don’t get the credit they deserve. Despite these facts, on Tuesday, June 8, 2021, the Neighborhood Technical Assistance Clinic (NTAC) will hold its 14th Annual Gala, “A Salute to New York City’s Nonprofits and the Neighborhoods They Serve,” presented virtually, from 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Friends and supporters will gather for a special gala honoring the city’s nonprofits, faith leaders, and the neighborhoods they serve.

Rochdale Village Community Center is led by Ms. Julia D. Shaw, who will be celebrated as the 2021 Neighborhood Leader of the Year. Director of the Rochdale Village Community Center (RVCC) in Jamaica, New York, Ms. Shaw spearheads the development and implementation of cultural events, educational workshops, intergenerational activities and expos for one of the largest Co-Op residential and commercial developments in the world, Rochdale Village, Inc.

Shaw’s professional career spans over 30 years of service to communities of color in Brooklyn and Queens. She shares her talents and creativity as a mixed media artist, entrepreneur, author and publisher of four book anthologies creating the opportunity for over 60 writers to share their stories.

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented economic, societal, and health challenges to our country. In New York City we have witnessed first-hand the hardships in our communities. Our neighborhood and nonprofits have been hit the hardest, especially in communities of color. The proceeds from the gala will provide technical assistance training to the following nonprofit or neighborhood/faith leaders: Mothers Of Black Boys, United for Social Change (M.O.B.B. United) lead by Ms. Depelsha Thomas-McGrudger, and African Refuge, Inc. led by Rev. Judy L. Brown.

The 14th annual gala will honor New York City’s borough presidents as honorary chairs, as well as nonprofits, faith leaders, friends, funders and supporters. Debi B. Jackson of the Hal Jackson Show on WBLS will be on hand to help us present these awards as our Mistress of Ceremonies. Senator Chuck Schumer will be on hand to bring greetings and congratulations. The Neighborhood Technical Assistance Clinic will salute the nonprofits of the Caribbean community as we celebrate Caribbean American Heritage Month.

To celebrate Caribbean American Heritage Month, NTAC will honor Maria Roz Olatunji of Antigua & Barbuda as the Caribbean Women of the Year and Thomas Alva Pemberton of St. Kitts & Nevis as the Caribbean Man of the Year. NTAC has selected the Negril Education Environmental Trust (NEET) to receive a donation to support the mission of NEET. Mr. Winston Wellington is the Chairman Emeritus of NEET. This nonprofit organization fights crime through education. It is making a difference in the lives of young people one child at a time. To learn more about NEET see their website: Caribbean entertainment will be led by Antigua & Barbuda’s Ambassador, Johnny Gomes & The City Street Orchestra.

Pastor Susie Elliot, the Chair of Brooklyn Council of Churches, will be celebrated as the Faith Leader of the Year, and Ms. Deborah Young, the only daughter of Dr. Marcella Maxwell, will be celebrated as the Neighborhood Leader of the Year. New York State Attorney General Letitia James will present the Lifetime Achievement Awards to Honorable Annette Robinson and Honorable Judge Betty Staton. Bishop Dr. Barbara Lucas will present the Lifetime Award to Dr. Mildred Clarke, M.D. NTAC will also honor several corporate partners. MetroPlus Health is our Health Partner of the Year Award. Lesleigh Irish-Underwood will receive the award.

The Neighborhood Technical Assistance Clinic’s mission is to provide strategic direction, organizational oversight and technical assistance clinics to grassroots nonprofits and grantmakers. They create dialogues between funders, community-based and faith-based organizations to grow sound grassroots delivery of program and services for neighborhood needs.

The Board of Directors are Rev. Sylvia G. Kinard Esq., Rev. Dr. Kanyere Eaton, and Ms. Gayle Gilbert. Rev. Dr. Valerie Oliver-Durrah is the Founder and President.

Neighborhood Technical Assistance Clinic
544 McDonough St., Brooklyn, NY 11233

Phone: 718-455-3784 | Fax: 718-573-4490 | Email:

1884 Winchester Cartridge Display Board Rings Up $100,300 in Miller & Miller’s Auction, June 5th

New Hamburg, Ontario, Canada, June 10, 2021 -/DailyVoice/- Three 19th century American cartridge display boards – two from Winchester (1887 and 1884) and one from Union Metallic Cartridge (1880s) – sold for a combined $241,900 in an online-only Canadiana & Sporting auction held June 5th by Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. The sale grossed $496,219, including the buyer’s premium.

All prices quoted in this report are in Canadian dollars.

The abovementioned cartridge display boards were the top lots of the auction. All three were lithographed cardboard, with an applied representation of Winchester’s line of ammunition. Few survived intact due to their monumental size and the fact they were often displayed in store windows and areas exposed to light. They are highly prized by collectors.

The Winchester 1884 cartridge display board was the top lot of the auction overall, breezing past its pre-sale estimate of $20,000-$25,000 to finish at a robust $100,300. It measured 28 inches by 38 inches. Runner-up honors went to the 1887 Winchester board, which had the same estimate and brought $88,500. The Union Metallic Cartridge Company board placed third, at $53,100.

The auction was headlined by the lifetime collections of Don and Joyce Blyth – an astounding assemblage of stoneware, sporting advertising, decoys, powder tins, soda water bottles, ginger beer bottles, beer bottles, Canadiana and more. In all, 289 lots came up for bid, with 99 percent of them finding new owners. Over half of the lots sold met or exceeded their pre-sale estimates.

Don and Joyce Blyth were both avid collectors until Don’s recent passing. Included in the auction was a nearly comprehensive collection of Guelph merchant stoneware and bottles, among other pieces of Guelph, Ontario memorabilia. Also on offer were Don’s collections of Canadian gun powder tins, decoys, sporting and firearms advertising and other items.

“I interviewed Don three days before his death,” said Ethan Miller of Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. “What he had was museum quality material. I asked him, ‘Why did you not donate it?’ He said, ‘Let the people enjoy it.’ His intention has now been realized. The stoneware pieces sold strongly, and the rarest of the offering crushed the high estimates. All in all, it was a great sale.”

Joyce Blyth, who survives her husband and who attended the auction, said, “Never in our wildest dreams did we think that the cartridge boards had such value. Don would have been thrilled.”

Following are additional highlights from the auction. Internet bidding was facilitated by and the Miller & Miller website: A total of 321 registered bidders placed 5,838 bids. Thirty percent of all lots sold surpassed even their high estimate figures. All prices quoted are inclusive of an 18 percent buyer’s premium.

Stoneware was led by a rare three-gallon jug produced in the 1870s by F. P. Goold and featuring a race horse decoration in cobalt slip. It was made during Goold’s tenure at the Brantford pottery in Canada ($20,060). Also, a two-gallon jug debossed, “Robt. Rutherford Guelph”, boasting an outstanding bird decoration, gaveled for $7,080. The jug appears on the cover of Joyce Blyth’s book, Jugs & Crocks of the Guelph Merchants.

Another F. P. Goold jug, this one a two-gallon example, 14 inches tall and debossed, “F. P. Goold Brantford”, having a few very small scratches or scrapes mostly on the front of the jug, changed hands for $5,605. Also, an extremely rare Watson Brothers miniature jug, standing just 3 ½ inches tall and debossed, “Compliments of Watson Bros. Guelph, Ont.”, produced at the Brantford pottery during W.E. Welding’s tenure, went for $4,130.

Tops in the decoys category was a rare and important early gunning longtailed duck, circa 1880s-1940s, likely made by either Jimmy or William Clark of Toronto and Keswick, Ontario ($8,260); and a first quarter 20th century Burlington Bay canvasback by Ivar Gustav Fernlund (Hamilton, Ont., 1881-1933), hollow, with a structurally excellent bottom board, beautiful wet combed paint and a bold and elegant high head ($7,670).

A first quarter 20th century hollow bluebill decoy by Henry (Hen) Freeborn (Hamilton, Ont., 1882-1959), in excellent gunning condition with strong paint and winner of a CDOCA Best Bluebill contest, fetched $4,720. The bottles category was led by a W. Atkinson, Guelph C.W. (Canada West) primitive pint stone ginger beer bottle, believed to be the only one in existence and made sometime in the late 19th century, sold for $4,130.

Returning to sporting collectibles, a Canadian Dominion Cartridge Company exhibition board, wood with applied ammunition, reportedly made for a display at the 1901 Pan-American Exhibition in Buffalo, N.Y., achieved $9,440; and a 1902 American Winchester double “W” cartridge display board, featuring detailed lithographed images of the ammunition instead of the applied cartridges, 39 ¾ inches by 57 ½ inches, hit $8,260.

An early 20th century Canadian Dominion Ammunition store counter display made from painted chalkware, originally from the Bright, Ontario general store, marked “Petrucci Freres Statuaires Montreal”, sold for $6,490. Also, two Stelco Sample Shot display cases, one from the 1930s and one from the 1950s, both displaying the various sizes of lead shot manufactured by The Steel Company of Canada, Ltd. (Stelco), knocked down for $3,835.

Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. has two more auctions planned for June: a Watches & Jewels auction on Saturday, June 12th and an Advertising & Breweriana auction on June 19th. Both will be online-only. In the fall, a Canadiana & Historic Objects auction is planned for October 9th.

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