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Luis Chaluisan
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Pensamientos/Thoughts 5. What's the point of being alive if you don't at least try to do something remarkable http://www.luischaluisan.com/ 
These days, we have a network of 32 websites that bring me plenty of new business. We have a network of great contacts I can call on for help. I have qualifications, and more importantly the knowledge and skills I acquired through my studies. All of these things are assets that create ongoing value for my clients and for my business. 
The thing is, if you want to create something truly remarkable, it won’t be built in a day. A great novel, a stunning design, a game-changing application, a revolutionary company – this kind of thing takes time, thought, craft, and persistence. 
Here are a few tips that make a difference: 
1. Creative work first, reactive work second.
Either start the day on your creative work, or make sure you block out time for it later in the day – preferably at a time when you typically feel energized and productive.
2. Tune out distractions.
You know the drill – email off, phone off, work from home if you can, stick your headphones on if you can’t.
3. Make exceptions for VIPs.
Don’t be reckless. If you’re working with a client to a deadline treat them like VIPs and give them special access – e.g. leave the phone on and answer if they ring (everyone else gets the voicemail).
4. Be really efficient at reactive work.
You can’t ignore everybody all the time. The better your productivity systems, the more promptly you’ll be able to respond to their requests – and the more time you’ll have free for your own work.
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Christian Marie Serratos (born September 21, 1990) is an American actress, who plays Rosita Espinosa in AMC's The Walking Dead TV series, based on the comic book of the same name. She is best known for playing Suzie Crabgrass in the Nickelodeon series Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide and Angela Weber in The Twilight Saga. Serratos was born in Pasadena, California and raised in Burbank, California.Her mother was a jewelry designer of Italian and Mexican descent; while her father was a set construction worker of Italian and Irish descent. At the age of 3, she worked as an extra on The Drew Carey Show and Coach. At the age of 7, she signed with the Ford Modeling Agency. She began figure skating when she was 3 and continued competitively, saying, "My coaches were talking about the Olympics and it was really crazy. Now, I just do it for fun." ‪#‎TheWalkingDead‬ Presented by WEPAwebTV - New Edge Theater WEPAwebTV Roughrican Productions Rocker Roller Rican vlɒɡ Salsamagazine.com 2014 Recognition Awards Federico Chaluisan L.f. Chaluisan Batlle Luis Chaluisan Maria Hernandez Editors WEPAwebTV - New Edge Theater El Extreme Luis Chaluisan http://www.luischaluisan.com/
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Michelle Rodriguez: Minority actors deserve their own characters https://vimeo.com/121016323 Not everyone is on board with diversity casting for traditionally white superhero roles.Michelle Rodriguez, who will soon be seen in Furious 7, told TMZ that minority actors deserve their own characters, rather than playing white characters. "Because of this whole 'minorities in Hollywood' thing … it's so stupid," said the 36-year-old actress, whose mother is from the Dominican Republic and father is Puerto Rican. "Stop stealing all the white people's superheroes. Make up your own." Rodriguez was also asked about a reported Internet rumor that she may appear in Warner Bros.' new Green Lantern film, slated for a 2020 release, to which she replied: "That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard." On Saturday, Rodriguez posted a video to Facebook explaining her remarks, apologizing "if [they] came off rude or stupid" and saying her quote about "stealing" was taken out of context. In the video, she added: "It's not about taking Catwoman or Superman or Green Lantern … and trying to make them fit to whatever cultural background you are. I just feel like it should be more creative than that, and I think that people need to stop being lazy." Diversity in TV and film has been a hot-button issue lately, with ‪#‎OscarsSoWhite‬ trending after this year's slate of Academy Award nominees was comprised only of white actors. Several roles that were initially conceived in comic books as white characters have been recently played on film by black actors, including Samuel L. Jackson embodying Nick Fury in the Marvel films and Michael B. Jordan as the Human Torch in the upcoming Fantastic Four reboot.
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Pensamientos/Thoughts 4. The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away. (El sentido de la vida es encontrar su talento. El propósito de la vida es compartir libremente sus experiencias.) http://www.luischaluisan.com/ ‪#‎justakid‬ You can’t keep it unless you give it away! When it comes to love, happiness, knowledge, truth, honor, honesty, and passion, you can’t keep it unless you give it away. I am sure I could come up with a few hundred more word examples but I am running with these! Here is the payoff. When we are of service to others, we are giving our energies, efforts, and time with proper motives and efforts. This act of giving service is biblical and pleases God who in turn rewards our actions and efforts. When we gain humility, we gain perspective into what our true path is on this Earth. Remember, as God’s kids we are no longer human beings seeking spiritual experiences. We are now spiritual beings encountering human experiences and humility helps us to make the right choices. Our motives move from constantly seeking “what’s in it for me” to be in alignment with our efforts to see what we can bring to others in the form of service. Being freed from the chains of selfishness we are able to follow a path that leads to happiness, joy, freedom, and fulfillment. Our very lives depend upon this change of motivation. While we are in the grip of selfishness we are dead to the Spirit. Our work helping others brings our faith to life so that we may truly live.
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  • Amherst College
    Theater Arts, 1975 - 2015
    OUR GOALS %5Bside1_kirby%5D No matter what your previous experience in theater and dance may be, we welcome you. Whether you like to perform, or are interested in writing, design and construction, directing and choreography, or just want to know more about live performance and the creative process, we invite you to study and create with us. Our core courses are open to new students without pre-requisite, and our auditions are always open to the entire Five College community. We help build skills in creative problem solving, play, and collaborative action. We believe in the creative and intellectual potential of every student, and we work to deepen each student's awareness of the ways that the senses interact with the imagination to foster understanding of ourselves, each other, and the world around us. We see the various forms of theater and dance as expressions of a single aesthetic instinct. By exploring words, movement, and design, we discover the many possible relationships between live performers and audiences sharing the same time and place. While we recognize the historical differences between theater and dance, we emphasize their similarities as acts of creative collaboration. Our department is not a conservatory-style program that narrowly trains students in single skill areas. Rather, in our course and production work, we seek more broadly: to give our students concrete experiences in developing the unique creativity needed in the act of performance; to introduce our students to the physical, emotional and intellectual demands of making performances; to provide our students with the opportunities and means to explore collaborations needed for performance-making; and to help our students understand the need across many cultures to express one's self through performance.
  • Cardinal Hayes High School
    Academic, 1971 - 1975
    Cardinal Hayes High School is a Catholic high school for boys in the Concourse Village neighborhood of the Bronx, New York City. The school serves the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York. It is a member of the CHSAA
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Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.
Introduction
Luis Chaluisan, whose parents moved to New York City from Mayaguez Puerto Rico in 1955, was raised in Brooklyn and the Bronx. He received his primary education at Sts. Philip and James and secondary education at Cardinal Hayes High School - Honors Class '75 (both in the Bronx). Chaluisan received his BA in Theater Arts from Amherst College '86. As a child he was influenced by Puerto Rican-Nuyorican-American Rock and Roll Pop Culture. In 1969 he received a Sears Art School Scholarship based on his Watercolor work. Chaluisan excelled both in Honors academics and track and field while at Cardinal Hayes HS. He was a finalist in the National Junior Olympic Mile Race Summer 1973 (2nd Place held at Van Cortlandt Stadium 4 min. 39 sec.) and was part of the Championship Record Setting Cardinal Hayes Varsity Cross Country Team 1973 With 1. Oscar Amaro '74 2. Richard Zwanzig '74 3. Butch Soares '74 4. Ricardo Morales '74 5. Luis Chaluisan '75 Avg Team Time 14 min. 21 sec. Two and A Half Mile Cross Country Course Van Cortlandt Park September 1973 (a record that still stands.) In 1974 he was granted a Lincoln Center Drama Class Scholarship to study With Marcel Marceau.  Chaluisan formed his own Bronx based Dance Company in March 1975 (entitled "Adoracion") and went professional as a folkloric dancer singer in June 1975 with the "Alliance Of Latin Artists" in NYC. Chaluisan was filmed by noted director John David Coles (House Of Cards) while at Amherst College in the fall of 1975. In March 1976 his first Published Poem "Narrative Of A Hybrid" appeared in "The Polemic" Edited by John G. Russell Ph.D. Gifu University. With the publication of “Narrative of a Hybrid” in the Polemic Anthology (1976, Straight Ahead Press – Amherst, Massachusetts) Luis Chaluisan joined the ranks of period Nuyorican writers that included Pedro Pietri (“Puerto Rican Obituary” 1973), Miguel Pinero (Short Eyes 1973) and Lefty Barretto (Nobody’s Hero 1976). Mentored by Black Panther cultural minister Ed Bullins and later by Young Lord Eddie Figueroa (founder of the “New Rican Village" on the Lower East Side of New York) Chaluisan was hired by Joe Papp to join the NY Public Theater’s emerging playwright unit headed by Crispin Larengeira in the summer of 1977. A chance meeting with magazine editor-in-chief Soledad Santiago paved the way for Chaluisan to land a job at Latin NY magazine – the nation’s first successful long term English language monthly publication focusing on Latino (primarily Puerto Rican vis-a-vis Nuyorican) arts and culture. The nineteen year old Chaluisan rose up the ranks from reporter to music editor between 1977-79 under the tutelage of Latin NY publisher Mr Salsa Izzy Sanabria which led to his being hired by WCBS network affiliate WFSB-TV 3 Post Newsweek Affiliate in  Hartford CT as an on air reporter covering  City Hall and the Board Of  Education.

In 1982 he was hired by  WBGU-TV PBS in Bowling Green, Ohio as a news and arts producer.  For the next twenty five years he worked as a TV investigative reporter, producer, writer and marketing executive. including Telemundo in Tucson, Arizona and Yakima, Washington), WCBS Channel 2 (New York), and News 12 Long Island, along with stints at radio station WGB in Albany among other mainstream media outlets in the US.  Upon leaving the news business in 1997 and resettling in Hartford, CT, Chaluisan (performing as “El Extreme”) began to disseminate work he had developed as a musical composer and poet/essayist with his own indie rock groups dating back to 1982 (Little Otis and The Upsetters, The Blankets of Doom, La Gran Orquesta El Extreme, Gang Bang Bang, and El Extreme’s Electric Cabaret.). The effort led to his inclusion in the National Slam Poetry movement as a State Team Slam Champion for CT. (1998/1999 in Austin, Texas and Chicago, Illinois.) His semi-final performance was captured on film by CBS' Sixty Minutes and featured in the news magazine's report on the tenth anniversary of the Slam movement. In 2000 he returned to NYC and set to work on organizing his written work and professional notes describing his media/educational experience which resulted in the off-Broadway play Spic Chic: S.panish P.eople I.n C.ontrol (initially a 2001 workshop at the Nuyorican Café in Manhattan with later runs at the Chelsea Playhouse and Spanish Repertory Theater). The performance at El Repertorio Espanol garnered the attention of producers for the 2004 Biennale Festival in Bonn, Germany where Spic Chic had its European premiere at the Bonn Opera House Theater. In the meantime, Chaluisan was approached by film director Henry Chalfant (“Style Wars”) to contribute both content and interview source material to the award winning documentary “From Mambo to Hip Hop” which aired on PBS in 2006. 

In 2007, Chaluisan moved to Puerto Rico after the death of his father Federico Chaluisan to spend a year in mourning and soaking in the poetry/writer’s scene at the University of Puerto Rico in Mayaguez, PR. With the help of University students and Professor Linda Rodriguez PhD, El Extreme reemerged writing in both English and Spanish.   In late 2008, Fly by Night Press (a subsidiary of A Gathering of the Tribes, NYC) opted to publish a compendium of poetry, photos, artwork, comedic essays and short stories by Chaluisan dating back to 1975 under the title of Spic Chic (The Adventures The Last Nuyorican).  The term "Spic Chic" caused controversy in 1974 when it was used on the Bill Boggs mid-day talk show - then aired on Metromedia Channel 5 in NYC (now Fox Television). The offhand remark was offered by Latin NY magazine editors to describe the infusion of vivid colors by Latino clothes designers then making their mark on NY's fashion world. The latter part of the promotional title (The Adventures of the Last Nuyorican) is based on a humorous quip in 2005 from Nuyorican poet Papoleto Melendez that “El Extreme represents the torn page” from the canon of previously published Nuyorican writers who flourished in the 1970’s and ‘80’s.  Meanwhile, writer David Henderson (‘Scuse Me While I Kiss The Sky: Jimi Hendrix Voodoo Child) is a bit more serious stating, “I think Spic Chic is strong stuff, right in the Nuyorican tradition. Poems and then stories back into poems that are often emotionally moving. A self exploration in a non-chronological history consistent in language and point of view, it is clearly a highly personalized work that is successful in the Nuyorican free-style genre and successful in the broader sense as well.” Both observations are welcomed by Bronx bred author Chaluisan -  once again residing in Bowling Green, Ohio - who states, "I could have chased a traditional path in developing my work but I was having too much manic fun being off-beat and, besides, God had other plans for my creative life."  

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New film tellsLuis Chaluisan's story SPIC CHIC - Backstage 
Spic Chic Repertory Espanol 
The Poetry of the Nuyorican Experience 
The Return of El Extreme 
LYRICAL VOICE OF THE CITY 
Nueva York - Gesichter...ila/277  Flashback Friday: El Extreme, 1990  Bands find fans want to rock on  

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The work presented here is utilized in non-commercial class presentation Academic Study-Doctoral Studies of Luis Chaluisan "Latino Pop Culture 1898-2014"  Rocker Roller Rican Documentary. This channel is repository of original copyrighted work (Luis Chaluisan 1957-2014 Film/Videos/Photos)  for use in the Branekandi-roughrican Productions documentary on the artistic trajectory of Nuyorican Artist El Extreme. Maria Hernandez Director WEPAwebTV Mike Tapp Branekandi MNN Time Warner. 
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  • Salsa Magazine
    Managing Editor, 2011 - present
    LA CARA DE LA SEGUNDA MAYORIA EN LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS (THE FACE OF THE SECOND MAJORITY IN THE UNITED STATES) Quiénes somos como un equipo. Los administradores de este grupo son un equipo interdisciplinario con credenciales académicas sólidas. Nuestros orígenes espirituales tienen sus raíces en el Judaísmo, el Catolicismo, los Testigos de Jehová, Cristianos y Musulmanes. Culturalmente somos Afroamericanos, Puertorriqueños, Dominicanos, Siciliana y Irlandesa. Tenemos formación musical como percusionistas, además de violín, piano, clarinete y voz. Como bailarines se incluye Ballet, Jazz y Danza Moderna con experincia como estudiantes folklóricos afro caribe y como bailarines de de Salsa competitivos. Los miembros de nuestro equipo han trabajado como periodistas profesionales en los medios de periodicos y la televisión y la radio. Hay dos chefs culinarios en nuestro círculo. También contamos con un asistente legal en nuestro equipo. Tenemos una tolerancia muy baja para " DJ"s que "spam" a cientos de grupos en fb con "posts" y comentarios de auto engrandecimiento y estámos de guardia las veinticuatro horas del día para evitar que se interrumpan nuestra declaración de la misión de apoyar los músicos en vivo y personas que trabajan como artistas. Estamos dedicados a servir a la comunidad y seguiremos haciéndolo en perpetuidad. Gracias.
  • WEPAwebTV
    Fouinder, 2000 - present
    The work presented here is utilized in non-commercial class presentation Academic Study-Doctoral Studies of Luis Chaluisan "Latino Pop Culture 1898-2014" Rocker Roller Rican Documentary. This channel is repository of original copyrighted work (Luis Chaluisan 1957-2014 Film/Videos/Photos) for use in the Branekandi-roughrican Productions documentary on the artistic trajectory of Nuyorican Artist El Extreme. Maria Hernandez Director WEPAwebTV Mike Tapp Branekandi MNN Time Warner. Warning:
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