Young Jason Mraz (2002) Interview | Aol Music Throwback

Young Virginia native Jason Mraz takes questions from AOL members in this segment of Sessions at AOL. Mraz discusses getting started — from his neighborhood boy-band in Mechanicsville, Virginia, to performing in the park in New York. He also discusses his Czech roots, performing on MTVs TRL, and how traveling is one of the highlights of his life as a musician. Mraz released his debut album, ”Waiting for My Rocket to Come”, which contained the hit single “The Remedy (I Won’t Worry)”, in 2002, but it was not until the release of his second album, ”Mr. A-Z”, in 2005, that Mraz achieved major commercial success. For Jason Mraz Music, News, and Photos click here: Subscribe to Aol Music Today: Watch More Throwback Aol Music Interviews Here: AOL Music is your #1 source for music news, artists interviews and back-stage access to your favorite bands and artists. Aol Music video property is part of the AOL On Network. Get More Aol Music: Read: Like Follow: Tumble: Pin: “jason mraz”, “jason mraz interview”, “old jason mraz interivew”, “waiting for my rocket to come”, aol, “aol music”, “aol on”, “the remedy” “jason mraz the remedy” “jason mraz aol music”
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Failing Law Schools – A Moral Disaster: An interview with Brian Tamanaha In thisepisode of the Massachusetts School of Law’s program Books of Our Time; Dean Lawrence R. Velvel talks with renowned jurisprudence scholar Brian Z. Tamanaha about his new and much noted book; Failing Law Schools. The fact that Law school students are faced with ballooning tuition costs combined with the inability to find work upon matriculation has become a problem not only for the students but society as a whole. The Massachusetts School of Law also presents information on important current affairs to the general public in television and radio broadcasts, an intellectual journal, conferences, author appearances, blogs and books. For more information visit
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US Economic Collapse: Henry B. Gonzalez Interview, House Committee on Banking and Currency

Henry Barbosa González (born Enrique Barbosa González; May 3, 1916 — November 28, 2000) was a Democratic politician from the state of Texas. He represented Texas’s 20th congressional district from 1961 to 1999. González was born in San Antonio, Texas, the son of Mexican-born parents Genoveva (née Barbosa) and Leonides Gonzalez (from Mapimi, Durango), who had immigrated during the Mexican Revolution. He attended the University of Texas at Austin and San Antonio College, earning his undergraduate degree. Later, he received a Juris Doctor from St. Mary’s University School of Law. Upon graduation, he became a probation officer, and was quickly promoted to the chief office of Bexar County, Texas. In 1950, he was Scoutmaster of Troop 90 of San Antonio, of which his son was a member. González served on the San Antonio City Council from 1953 to 1956, when he was elected to the Texas Senate, having defeated the Republican candidate, Jesse Oppenheimer. He remained in the Senate until 1961 and set the filibuster record in the chamber at the time by speaking for twenty-two straight hours against a set of bills on segregation. Most of the bills were abandoned (eight out of ten). He ran for governor in 1958, finishing second in the Democratic primary (the real contest for governor in a solidly Democratic state) to Price Daniel. In January 1961, González ran in the special election for Lyndon Johnson’s Senate seat, finishing sixth. However, in September, 20th District Rep. Paul J

Executive Interview: Jack Berry – Richmond Convention & Visitor’s Bureau

Jack Berry of the Richmond Convention & Visitor’s Bureau talks about Richmond, Virginia’s first class accommodations from hotels, first class meeting and convention space and Greater Richmond’s easy accessibility
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Global Content Partners film crew member looks on during USACE interview

Global Content Partners film crew member looks on during USACE interview
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FORT BELVOIR, Va.— David Hirsch, a member of a Global Content Partners film crew, looks on as co-worker Mike Fitzsimmons (background) interviews Col. Andy Backus (shown in reflection) during a visit to the Fort Belvoir Community Hospital project site Nov. 5, 2010. Backus is the commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Norfolk District, which is managing design and construction of the new hospital. The crew filmed Backus on the site for an planned "Army Elite" program on the Military Channel television network. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo by Marc Barnes)

Executive Interview: Gary Rhodes – J.Sargeant Reynolds Community College

Gary Rhodes, President of J.Sargeant Reynolds Community College talks about making higher education available to Greater Richmond, providing education for developing work skills, Workforce Alliance. He also talks about why he love to live in Greater Richmond, Virginia.

The Big Picture, episode 4, Interview with Judge Thomas D. Horne and Rhonda Paice, Esq.

Jon Huddleston interviews Judge Thomas D. Horne and Rhonda Paice of Loudoun County to discuss their community service, particularly their involvement in Loudoun Bar Association’s “Leadership in the Law Summer Camp” held in Leesburg, Virginia. Senior Justice Harry L. Carrico and local lawyers participate.
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