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ODYSSEO EXTENDS ITS STAY IN ILLINOIS 2017
Odysseo by Cavalia continues to win over Chicago residents and visitors. Due to the ongoing demand in the City, one week of shows has been added to the Midwest debut of the theatrical extravaganza which marries acrobatics, stage arts and equestrian arts.
 
Matinee and evening performances now scheduled through May 7th, 2017 under the White Big Top at Soldier Field South Lot 1410 Museum Campus Drive, Chicago
 
Entrance at parking gates on East 18th Drive
 
On The Phone With John O'Hurley
SWING AWAY follows professional golfer 'Zoe Papadopoulos' (Shannon Elizabeth), who following a meltdown that leads to a suspension, travels to her grandparents' village in Greece to escape the harsh spotlight of the international sports world. Between baking bread and eating baklava, she meets and mentors a ten-year-old girl who is determined against all odds to become the next golf sensation.
On The Phone With Actress Chandler Kinney
Vibrant and strikingly gorgeous newcomer, Chandler Kinney, stars on FOX newest hit series "Lethal Weapon," (Wednesdays 8/7c) as 'Riana Murtaugh' the daughter of LAPD detective 'Roger Murtaugh' portrayed by Damon Wayans. This action- drama packed series combines friendships and humor as it reboots the hit movie franchise. 
 
On The Phone With The Amazing Kreskin
The Amazing Kreskin is the world renowned mentalist who has shared his New Year’s insights before. Kreskin’s legendary predictions have included insights about Donald Trump’s Walls, wars, shootings in the United States and advice for millennials etc.
 
On The Phone With Alain Moussi Martial Artist, Stuntman, Actor
Hollywood's most in-demand stuntman Alain Moussi makes his unbelievable transition to lead actor in reprising the iconic character "Kurt Stone" in KICKBOXER: VENGEANCE, the legendary role made famous by Jean-Claude Van Damme in the original KICKBOXER. Known for his renowned stunt double work for A-list stars including Tom Hardy (SUICIDE SQUAD), Hugh Jackman (X-MEN: APOCALYPSE) & Henry Cavill (IMMORTALS).
 
On The Phone With Recording Artist Jessie Chris
Jessie Chris at 18 years old was the youngest performer at the 2015 CMA Festival and has opened for iconic artist to include Luke Bryan, Chris Young, John Rich and Billy Ray Cyrus and has performed at The Country Music Hall of Fame.  She has also recorded an acoustic version of 98 Degrees hit song "I Do" with 98 Degrees Jeff Timmons and will be back in the studio with Jeff in September 2016 to record a new duet.  Earlier this year she was one of only four people nationwide selected to perform at the William Morris Speakeasy Showcase in Nashville.  
 
Michael Gutierrez on the phone with Actress Ana Golja from Degrassi
ANA GOLJA the break out star is only interested in #Winning as season 3 and 4 of Degrassi: Next Class is set to premiere in 2017 on Netflix. The Emmy Nominated series captures the joy and angst of contemporary teenage life. In a high school setting, the students each find their own way to deal with issues like homophobia, racism, body issues, heartbreak, and the complications of dating in the social media age. ANA GOLJAs as “Zoe Rivas” faces new challenges after coming out as a lesbian.  
 
On The Phone With Andrea Pass Tips for Cruising The Mediterranean
Tips for Cruising:  The Mediterranean Experience
 
Andrea Pass, Vice President, Media Relations for award-winning Marketing Maven Public Relations (www.MarketingMavenPR.com), recently traveled the Mediterranean on a 12-day Royal Caribbean (www.RoyalCaribbean.com) cruise.
  
The cruise left out of Barcelona with stops in Cannes/Monaco, Florence/Pisa, Rome, Athens, Ephesus, Santorini and Malta.
  
Mikey Rants On Pokemon Go

The dumbing of America, is with games like Pokemon Go, where people of adult age, are acting like they are still wearing back packs, and are in the 4th grade.

On the phone with Online Dating Expert Anita Covic
International Online Dating Survey conducted found that nearly half of online daters say finding someone to share their lives is a high priority (49%) which outranks excelling in their careers (33%)
 
Online daters are looking for Companionship: 69% Friendship:  65% True love: 62%
 
The reasons that people turn to line dating are:
 
It’s easier to find someone with similar interests: 46%
 
There is the ability to screen potential dates:  44%
 

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