WMAP Radio In Search of The World’s Most Amazing People

The Voice of  WMAP Radio KC Armstrong 

Wants to hear your amazing story! 

If you are an artist, filmmaker, chef, architect, own a restaurant, maybe you help animals or you raise funds for children’s special needs. Anyone who is passionate about what they do and want a great opportunity to get the word out about your business, fundraiser and creative work then we highly recommend you get in touch with KC for an on air interview.

ArtQuench supports KC Armstrong and his positive platform. We have been impressed with the inspirational stories from the local shop to the famous actor and we will continue to listen every day. 

Listen Live at www.WMAPRadio.com 

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KC Armstrong is best known for his work as a cast member and producer on the ‘Howard Stern Show’, both on radio and television. KC was a permanent fixture on the Stern Show for over a decade.

In addition to the radio, KC also had daily appearances on E! Network and CBS throughout his tenure with Howard Stern. He continues to headline nationally at comedy clubs, working with stars such as Colin Quinn, Dane Cook, Damon Wayans and Gilbert Gottfried. Having appeared in soap operas such as “Guiding Light” and “As the World Turns”, KC launched his acting career to the big screen in films like “Secret War” and “Grace in the Storm”.

KC has used the production skills and talent he groomed over the years to create the 3rd most watched variety show on the internet, “KCTV”. Now focusing on helping put amazing professionals in the spotlight, he has created this forum to showcase stand out people doing their thing in the business world. KC Armstrong proudly brings you ‘WMAP Radio’. 

Get in touch today with KC so we can hear your story.

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Also Read the recent article about KC Armstrong at Marc Cubans internet magazine   www.threecommas.com 

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KC Armstrong is the Voice of WMAP Creating Inspiration Around the World

ArtQuench Presents;

WMAP Radio The Worlds Most Amazing People

KC Armstrong is bringing inspiration to the world through his experience and the stories of some of the most interesting, caring and creative people in the world. With his wit and passion for sharing the “Good Stuff” KC gives the audience a warm and friendly tone as though you have known him all of your life. KC is all about positive living and has created a platform to become the helpmate to those in the world who deserve a shout out! 

ArtQuench supports the great team at WMAP and hopes that you will take a listen and support and share!

KC, you are one of the worlds most amazing people in our book!

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Listen Live at www.WMAPRadio.com

KC Armstrong is best known for his work as a cast member and producer on the ‘Howard Stern Show’, both on radio and television. KC was a permanent fixture on the Stern Show for over a decade.

In addition to the radio, KC also had daily appearances on E! Network and CBS throughout his tenure with Howard Stern. He continues to headline nationally at comedy clubs, working with stars such as Colin Quinn, Dane Cook, Damon Wayans and Gilbert Gottfried. Having appeared in soap operas such as “Guiding Light” and “As the World Turns”, KC launched his acting career to the big screen in films like “Secret War” and “Grace in the Storm”.

KC has used the production skills and talent he groomed over the years to create the 3rd most watched variety show on the internet, “KCTV”. Now focusing on helping put amazing professionals in the spotlight, he has created this forum to showcase stand out people doing their thing in the business world. KC Armstrong proudly brings you ‘WMAP Radio’. Get On the Map today with KC so we can hear your story.

If you are an artist, filmmaker, chef, architect, own a restaurant, maybe you help animals or you raise funds for children’s special needs. Anyone who is passionate about what they do and want a great opportunity to get the word out about your business, fundraiser and creative work then we highly recommend you..

Book a 10 Minute Free Radio Interview with KC at WMAP

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Also Read the recent article about KC Armstrong at Marc Cubans internet magazine   www.threecommas.com 

 

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California Science Center Showcasing Student Innovation

Young Scientists from Around the State Will Compete

For Top Honors at the 65th California State Science Fair

Fair showcasing student innovation hosted by the California Science Center

The fair culminates with two award ceremonies Tuesday, May 24 in the Science Center’s Wallis Annenberg Building:

The Junior Division ceremony will take place from 4:00-5:00 PM, followed by the Senior Division ceremony from 5:30-6:30 PM.

The California Science Center is located at 700 Exposition Park Drive, Los Angeles.

Parking is $12.00 per car in the visitor lot at Figueroa and 39th/Exposition Park Drive.

 

ArtQuench Magazine California Science Center

Los Angeles (April 29, 2016) – Nearly 1,000 of the state’s top middle and high school students will convene for the final round of competition in the 65th annual California State Science Fair, May 23-24, 2016 at the California Science Center in Exposition Park. Winners will take home a combined total of more than $50,000 in cash prizes. The Fair’s presenting sponsor is Northrop Grumman Corporation with additional support from Chevron Corporation, GoDaddy.com, LLC, Southern California Gas Company, THE MUSES of the California Science Center Foundation, The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation and Gilead Sciences, Inc.

Robert Curbeam, vice president of Mission Assurance,  Quality and Raytheon Six Sigma™ for Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems (IDS). and former NASA astronaut, will give the keynote address. Curbeam is responsible for the development and integration of Raytheon’s Mission Assurance road map, execution of the Quality Management System and continuous improvement across the business. Before joining Raytheon, he was president of the Aerospace and Defense Division for ARES Corporation, and held a wide range of positions with NASA as director of Safety, Reliability, and Quality Assurance for the Constellation program, deputy director of Flight Crew Operations; and Spacecraft Communicator (CAPCOM) branch chief. Curbeam was second-in-command for safety across NASA, as the deputy associate administrator of Safety and Mission Assurance at NASA headquarters. During his tenure with NASA, he served on three space shuttle missions and seven spacewalks.

The keynote address will take place Monday, May 23 from 5:00-6:00 PM in the Wallis Annenberg Building.

Walter O’Brien, Founder and CEO of Scorpion Computer Services, Inc. and the inspiration behind the hit CBS television show, Scorpion, will serve as an inspirational speaker for all Science Fair participants at the student orientation at 8 am on Tuesday, May 24, 2016. Invited as a celebrity guest by the California Science Center and designated a child prodigy after scoring 197 on an IQ test at age nine, O’Brien launched Scorpion Computer Services at the age of 13 years old. Walter serves as chairman or board member for Houston Technology Center, Strike Force Solutions, Talentorum Alliance, Lawloop and Pantheon Energy and previously has served on the boards of American Environmental Energy, Starglobe and Toin Corp. In addition, O’Brien is frequently called on by news media, the government, and the federal court system for his technology expertise.

The public is invited to see this year’s slate of innovative projects during the public viewing period on Monday, May 23 from 3:00-4:30 PM. Students will be present to answer questions. Admission is free.

Ideas for projects often come from exploring and potentially solving issues presented in headline news or in personal, everyday experiences. Here is a sample of the interesting titles submitted to this year’s Science Fair:

  • Honey, Who Shrunk the Bee Population? Investigating Colony Collapse Disorder
  • Safecopter: Developing a Collision Avoidance System Based on an Array of Time-of-Flight 3D Cameras
  • Does College Help Basketball Players, or Hold Them Back?
  • Active Dog, Healthy Dog: Using Treats to Keep Vet bills Down

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Nearly 1,000 students representing 30 affiliated county and multi-county regional science fairs throughout the state have advanced to the California State Science Fair. The projects span 22 categories – from aerodynamics/hydrodynamics to zoology – in two age divisions and will be judged by a volunteer pool of some 350 scientists and engineers from private industry and higher education. 


In addition to the winners in each category, top honors will go to Student of the Year (senior division only), and Project of the Year (in both junior and senior divisions). Science teachers, nominated by students, will also compete for both middle school and high school Science Fair Teacher of the Year. Additional awards will be made to student projects by scientific and engineering organizations.

Besides the recognition and prize money, participating in the fair provides additional benefits for students. The process gives them the opportunity to develop a unique set of abilities, including using scientific methodology to reach a conclusion, marketing techniques to create compelling graphic displays, and communication skills to explain their research to Science Fair judges.

The fair culminates with two award ceremonies Tuesday, May 24 in the Science Center’s Wallis Annenberg Building: The Junior Division ceremony will take place from 4:00-5:00 PM, followed by the Senior Division ceremony from 5:30-6:30 PM.

The California Science Center is located at 700 Exposition Park Drive, Los Angeles. Parking is $12.00 per car in the visitor lot at Figueroa and 39th/Exposition Park Drive.

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