Krystin Goodwin’s work as an on-air personality can be viewed on USA Today, MSN, The Huffington Post, and Yahoo. She co-stared on TNT’s “Franklin and Bash,” where she played a TV News Reporter. Other co-starring credits include Netflix’s “The Politician”,”Orange is The New Black,” NBC’s “The Blacklist,” FOX’s “The Following,” NBC’s “American Odyssey.” She’s has had recurring roles on CBS’ “Tommy” and the network’s legal drama “Bull.” Her first film role was in Paramount’s “Transformers” spin-off “Bumblebee.”
Krystin continues to study sketch comedy, theater and dance. She’s training for her private pilots license.
While attending college, Krystin worked as a reporter for FOX Sports Florida. after school she became a reporter for the CBS affiliate in Tallahassee, Florida WCTV Eyewitness News. She also anchored an entertainment show called “Weekend Happenings”.
Krystin attended the Inauguration of President Barack Obama, and the Inaugural Youth Ball with a friend who worked for the Inauguration Committee.
In early 2009, Krystin moved to New York City, where she was selected as the Red Carpet Reporter for the prestigious theater award program, The Drama Desk Awards. She covered the event for three consecutive years.
T2C: How are you dealing with home containment in LA?
Krystin Goodwin: I’m very grateful that my family and friends are healthy and I’m thinking about all those on the frontlines working so hard to keep everyone safe.
T2C: What would you say is the difference of being in self lockdown between NY and LA?
Krystin Goodwin: I’ve spent a lot of time in both cities and I love them both for very different reasons, but I think it’s a lot easier to self isolate in Los Angeles. One could argue during normal circumstances the majority of Angelenos are already social distancing. We spend so much time alone commuting in our cars, or using ride hailing apps. New York City on the other hand has such an incredible transit system. It’s hard not to take advantage of it. So many New Yorkers walk (which I truly miss) and take the train. There’s a vibe in NYC that doesn’t exist anywhere else. I love it, but in these environments I feel it’s hard to avoid others.
T2C: What have you been able to accomplish in this time?
Krystin Goodwin: I definitely feel more rested. I’m a bit of a tech nerd and I write daily. The extra time has allowed me to write and create more of my own content and plan/brainstorm more often with my longtime manager Bob Blume. I’m also cooking a lot. I should say, I am not very good haha…but I enjoy it. I’ve been attempting to recreate old family recipes while video chatting and catching up with loved ones.
T2C: What has this time stopped you from accomplishing?
Krystin Goodwin: I had a lot of trips planned for the year. A family friend’s wedding in Virginia, a trip to see my cousin, and plans for my parents to come visit Los Angeles. All of that is on hold. I was also slated to begin a project earlier this year, but production shut down before I could film. I was also taking flying lessons and had to stop because of lockdown.
T2C: What kind of emotions does this time bringing out of you?
Krystin Goodwin: If there were a silver lining to a pandemic I think it’s valuable to see people being more vulnerable online and opening up. Instead of folks trying to post about their latest achievements or showing how good they look etc., it seems people are focusing on what really matters. I’m seeing an uptick of people sharing tributes to healthcare workers, posting about who they care about the most, and over sharing in a wonderful way. I think it’s the best type of virtual hug we could ask for amid all this uncertainty. A reminder that we are all human and we are all in this together.
T2C: If you were to equate this time to a song or song cycle what would it be?
Krystin Goodwin: I’m thinking David Bowie’s “Space Oddity.”
T2C: What message would you like to give the world right now?
Krystin Goodwin: Hang in there and thank a medical worker whenever you can. They are real superheroes.
T2C: What is the first thing you will do when we are no longer self quarantined?
Krystin Goodwin: I want to go dancing with my buddies. Dancing remotely over Zoom or Google Hangouts is just not the same.
T2C: What are the things that are getting you through this time?
Krystin Goodwin: My husband, our families, our pup and virtual happy hours.
T2C: What haven’t we asked you that you would like to say?
Krystin Goodwin: I’m enjoying getting reacquainted with myself. While I miss going out and spending time with loved ones; the last three years have gone by so quickly. I’ve been traveling a lot. It’s nice to have the time to play catch up.
Look I Have Some Lips Where There Never Was a Lip
Now I never have been one for tattoos, until I heard about permanent makeup. This cosmetic technique employs tattoos as a means of correcting flaws either nature, old age or disease has erased or forgot. In my case my mother plucked my eyebrows way to thin and I am fair so they all but disappeared. I also was left out in the lip department when God was handing out lips, I got ones that evaporated. As I got older in pictures, this flaw made me look almost snake like.
Thanks to Jeffrey Lyle Segal, I have been corrected. I have metamorphosed into a butterfly who can now smile with confidence. as I looked in the mirror.
For those who know me, they know I am terrified of needles. With the ointment Jeff uses there is a minimal of pain. For the eye brows there is none. What you do is hear a sound that sounds like tearing. For the lips, the initial round it is pain free. There is a little discomfort when the needle returns to same place, but nothing that one can’t handle. For me the eyes are the hardest and not because of the needle. I have hyper sensitive eyes that tear up and send hundreds of droplets down my face in the wind. When the ointment is applied my eyes rebel and I become a difficult patient but Jeffrey was patient and now the eyeliner is done to perfection.
Having permanent make-up, means you wake up looking refresh and put together without doing a thing. When you are sick, you still look radiant, which can lift your spirits to heal faster.
Normally eyeliner costs $475 for a single application top or bottom or $850 for two sessions a month apart. Lips run $475 for liner and $575 for both lining and lip stain. For a second session take a $100 off if prepaid at the first session. For eyebrows the price is $475 for a single application or $850 for two sessions a month apart. These prices are all on the low end for Manhattan. As a special deal for all T2C readers, as a Valentine’s Special booked by February 14th Jeff will offer an additional $100 discount for what ever service you choose.
Jeff has been a permanent cosmetic artist since 1991. He has been a media makeup artist in film, theater and TV with over 30 years experience. He is the author of “The Shape of Permanent Beauty” and he teaches makeup design training for permanent cosmetics. Besides being a permanent cosmetic artist, he is also a certified Hypnotist offering non-drug assisted version of anesthesia and anxiety reduction.
To make an appointment call Jeff at 323-828-8740 or email him at email@example.com
Tom Ruck – The Patriot Behind the Parades
Visionary Tom Ruck Set to make history as the only person to have both marched and actively participated in All Major Landmark Parades with his Appearance in this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, creating a special moment in patriotic history.
His upcoming Appearance in Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday, November 23rd, 2023 will see him make history as the only person to have both marched and actively participated in All Major Landmark Parades in the United States with his Appearance in this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
After applying earlier this year, Ruck was selected as an official balloon wrangler for the new character appearance of “Leo.” Based on the Adam Sandler Netflix animated comedy, he will march down Fifth Avenue in Manhattan and past the storied halls of Macy’s Department store to the delight of thousands of revelers on the street and millions of fans worldwide watching the broadcast show on both television and internet streaming.
As a proud American citizen, it was his belief in the importance of the traditions of America that spurred his involvement which over time led to his appearing in some of the biggest parades rooted in the tradition and heritage in the country.
“I believe in America and American traditions,” Tom states. “There’s nothing more traditional and more American than the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade as well as the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade on New Year’s Day.”
Few people can boast about playing a big part in recognizable parades such as the Thanksgiving celebration along with the Tournament of Roses Parade, which is the annual parade held along Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena, California, on New Year’s Day.
During his high school years in 1971 he was selected as a member of the prestigious McDonald’s All American High School Band, where two musicians were selected from each state and marched in the 1971 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and following that the 1972 Tournament of Roses Rose Parade. After high school, while at the University of Missouri Ruck continued his participation in Music with “Marching Mizzou”.
Years later as an adult he moved to California and joined the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Association. He became a member of the tournament as a “White Suitor” and has been involved with the organization since 2008.
Making an American dream come true has always been a motivating factor for Ruck. As an individual has accomplished several notable feats during his professional career that have carved out profound chapters that motivate the reader of his personal biography.
Currently based in Alexandria, Virginia, his life has led down a road worthy of a Hollywood screenplay. He has been presented to two Presidential Transition Teams for the position of Under Secretary for Memorial Affairs. The Boeing Corporation and his “hometown” St. Louis Cardinals have honored Ruck for his achievements in supporting America’s Veterans and his contributions to veteran causes.
He also is an accomplished author and has published an award-winning book that honors the American Veteran. “Sacred Ground, A Tribute to America’s Veterans” was released by Regnery Publishing, now part of Salem Media Group, and achieved a #5 ranking on Amazon.
“I created this book as a labor of love to honor the truest of American heroes, our veterans,” he enthusiastically expresses, “and to give back I donate all royalties from the book to the Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund.”
Ruck has appeared on over 100 radio and television programs and served as featured speaker at over 50 national and regional events. He was also an invited guest speaker at the 70th anniversary of D-Day in 2014 in Sainte Mere-Eglise in Normandy, France honoring the men of the 82nd and 101st Airborne for their courageous efforts that fateful day.
Ruck has held national leadership positions primarily with nationwide financial and healthcare corporations. He also has served with the Department of Veterans Affairs, as the Director at Fayetteville National Cemetery, and the Director of the Los Angeles National Cemetery, and also served as the Strategic Planning Officer for the Department of Veterans Affairs Long Beach Medical Center.
Ruck recently moved to the Washington DC area to accept the position of Senior Engagement Manager with the Department of Homeland Security, Blue Campaign, developing national partnerships and awareness campaigns for Human Trafficking in 2022.
Now, his next walk on the journey of his life in Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade will once again tell the tale of a great American showing incredible patriotic love for their country and compassion for the citizens of the country.
Loud and Clear Worldwide Awareness for Role of Climate Change on Wildlife
This is your very important wake up call!
The climate crisis is now and it has dramatically impacted human beings, global industries, and the health of our environment.
“Humans, land, and breathable air are not the only collateral damage from climate change,” says Chris Weber, co-founder of Animals Around the Globe. “Animals everywhere are also greatly affected by the results of climate change.”
Climate change has had a potentially catastrophic impact on wildlife as rising temperatures, the breakdown of fragile global ecosystems, and diminishing habitats have led to a decrease in at-risk populations of certain species.
As world leaders and climate change experts work to combat the negative effects of climate change, Weber goes on to say there will need to be champions for wildlife who step up to take part in the fight.
Animals are part of a healthy ecosystem, and their habitats — with abundant trees and untouched nature — help absorb carbon and limit rising temperatures. Keeping animals and their habitats safe is part of the work to fight climate change.
“We need to cultivate a greater sense of affection toward and deeper connection with animals. When people care, they are more inclined to protect,” says Weber.
Through their animal-centered website and podcast, both Chris Weber and his fellow co-founder Jan Otte, have championed the need for focus on biodiversity and action on climate change. In a recent discussion with Lea Henzgen of the AMES Foundation, the two discussed with Henzgen how the biodiversity crisis may be a larger issue than the climate crisis, yet does not receive as much attention.
Biodiversity and climate change are intertwined. As the temperature of the Earth increases, vegetation, food sources, the makeup of habitats and environments, and water access and quality alter dramatically, forcing animals to migrate or adapt to find more livable conditions. If livable conditions cannot be found or adapted to, entire species could potentially be lost to extinction.
However, the climate crisis is not the only factor in the loss of habitats and extinction. Development by human beings and poaching play a significant role in the biodiversity crisis. The issue of conservation is complex, and goes beyond simply caring what happens to animals that may live a world away.
“One key challenge is the stark contrast between populations in developed regions, which possess the financial resources needed to assist but often remain distanced from wildlife, and those in developing regions, which live alongside wildlife but often exploit it for sustenance and income to combat pressing economic need,” Weber explained in an article for the Otto Beisheim School of Management.
Fighting the biodiversity crisis alongside the climate crisis takes a deeper understanding of economics and cultural differences, along with a grasp of the science behind climate change.
As climate change intensifies, the animal kingdom and the human world are becoming far more intermingled. Along with habitat loss that comes with human development and the negative effects of extreme weather like hurricanes and tsunamis, wildlife is increasingly in greater danger due to human interaction.
Ecosystems change due to climate issues, animals must move further and further from their original habitats to find food, shelter, and water; and as human beings occupy more geographical space and encroach on where animals are sourcing their food and water, chaos can ensue. In the end, it’s typically animals that bear the brunt of that chaos.
“We look at three core pillars to address these issues,” says Weber. “First, entertaining people. We want to capture their interest and draw them into the world of wildlife. Second, educating that audience. We are channeling the knowledge and insights of our experts and allowing them to share their own forays into the wild. Third, building an online community where users can immerse themselves in the topic and one that facilitates firsthand encounters, whether virtual or real.”
For Weber, Otte, and many like them interested in conservation and animal welfare, engaging people in caring about animals is the first step to saving them from the negative effects of climate change. By working to decrease conflict with humans — whether by saving habitats or helping animals find safe havens — the biodiversity and climate crisis issues are being addressed. Both crises are slippery slopes that, if not properly addressed and mitigated, will lead to further issues.
Through advocacy and boots-on-the-ground work, climate change and biodiversity crisis activists are making real change in the world. According to research, climate change is one of the primary concerns of voters — especially among younger generations. Making a noted difference for animals globally starts with awareness and small steps toward meaningful change.
Cover art by David Clode on Unsplash
‘The Best Hug in The World’ is a Terrific Tale of Love
Tommy Feight’s “The Best Hug in the World” is a tale of magical moments that will appeal to both children and their parents. Illustrated by graphic designer Daniel Klein, the charming book tells the story of a young boy’s love of hugging.
Rather than being a celebration of heartfelt moments, however, this emotional journey is anything but straightforward for young Shams and his father. The sweet, brown-eyed boy at the center of the story is determined to become the world’s best hugger, but his noble quest is fraught with setbacks.
Join Shams and his father as their father-son relationship is tested like never before. “The Best Hug in the World” is packed with endearing characters, genuine love, and a profound message that will resonate with parents and children alike.
Buy this book online today, and share heartfelt story times with your children that teach invaluable life lessons.
Macy’s, The 4th and The Drones
Macy’s had a drone show for the first time ahead of the start of its 4th of July Fireworks this year. Spectators cheered when 500 drones formed the shape of the Statue of Liberty on East River.
The drone show took place before the Macy’s fireworks celebrating the United States’ 247th independence day.
The drones formed LL Kool J, a radio, Stars and Stripes, a turning Statue of Liberty, an American flag and spelled out the word “Macy’s,” all while Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance with Somebody” blared along the water.
It truly was spectacular.
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