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S.E. Cupp

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S.E. Cupp is a nationally syndicated columnist, author and commentator. She is author of the book Losing Our Religion: The Liberal Medias Attack on Christianity and co-author of the book Why Youre Wrong About the Right. She is a CNN contributor, where she hosts the digital series Outside with Insiders. Cupp graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Arts... read full bio

Saïd El Kadri

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3 Dimensional Customer Service Three-dimensional customer service: Exploring the secrets of a 3D customer service Now, when was the last time you hear about adding the five senses to a customer experience Thanks to our 3D perception, humans are able to perceive the spatial relationship between people. Creating a customer experience that has width, height and depth will help your organization, no matter what... read full bio


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Tahj Malik Chandler, a rapper and record producer known as SABA, hails from the West Side of Chicago. SABA started off his rap career when he was featured in Chance the Rappers mixtape Acid Rap. SABA has collaborated with Chance the Rapper several times and they performed on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert together. The rappers performance on The... read full bio

Sabrina Carpenter

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Sabrina Carpenter is a singer and actor. She is most well known for playing Maya Hart on Disney Channels Girl Meets World. She started playing bit parts in shows like Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and lent her voice to animated Disney shows such as Sofia the First and Phineas and Ferb. Carpenter was cast in Disney Channels Girl... read full bio

Sabrina Claudio

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Sabrina Claudio is a singer and songwriter from Miami, Florida. Having grown up around music, Claudio moved to Los Angeles to pursue a musical career. Recording covers and releasing them on Twitter and YouTube, Claudio built up an online fan base. Later, she began using SoundCloud as a platform, releasing original tracks and gaining popularity. Her first EP, Confidently Lost,... read full bio

Sabrina Soto

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Sabrina began her career by working in her mother's decorating business. That experience sparked a passion for design and honed a knack for creating beautiful spaces in any budget range. She cut her teeth in video as a host for series on TLC and MTV, and a web-based series on Yahoo!, in which she interviewed top recording artists and celebrities.... read full bio

Sacha Pfeiffer

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Sacha Pfeiffer is a journalist and radio host, best known for being part of the Boston Globes Spotlight team. The Spotlight team won the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for exposing the Roman Catholic Churchs cover-up of clergy sex abuse. Pfeiffer joined the Boston Globe in 1995; she left in 2008 and returned in 2014. She currently writes at the... read full bio

Sadao Watanabe

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Sadao has been sharing his unique vision of Jazz with audiences all over the world. Both a Charlie Parker devotee and one of the founding fathers of contemporary jazz, Watanabe has worked with luminaries in both the straight-ahead and smooth jazz scenes.... read full bio


Book Sade for your next event.

Sade is an English R&B band that formed in 1983. The band's music features elements of R&B, soul, jazz, funk and soft rock. The band is named after their British Nigerian lead vocalist, Sade Adu. Sade's debut album, Diamond Life, went topped the charts in the U.K. in late 1984 and sold platinum. In 1986, Sade won a Grammy for... read full bio

Sadie Sink

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Sadie Sink is a young stage, television, and film actress with several notable roles, two of which include her role as Suzanne Ballard on the show American Odyssey and also as the tough-girl character Max in Netflixs hit series, Stranger Things. She has also appeared in shows such as The Americans, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and Blue Bloods. Prior to... read full bio


Book SafetySuit for your next event.

SafetySuit is an alternative/pop rock band comprised of Doug Brown, Dave Garofalo, Jeremy Henshaw, and Tate Cunningham, and they are based out of Nashville, Tennesee. Their debut album Life Left to Go was well-received, as it reached number five on the Billboards Top Heatseekers chart, and the track Stay reached number one on the VH1 Top 20 Video Countdown; the... read full bio

Sage the Gemini

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Bay Area Rapper and Producer, Sage the Gemini, has been hustlin since realizing his love for music. His persistence and admiration for the industry has turned him to a wholly self-sufficient artist before high school. His first online single, You Should Know," quickly became a viral hit. The video has earned over three million views and generated much buzz amongst... read full bio

Saint Asonia

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Rock supergroup Saint Asonia is star-studded as bands go, comprised of Adam Gontier from Three Days Grace, Mike Musok from Staind, Rich Beddoe from Finger Eleven, and Corey Lowery from Dark New Day, Eye Empire, and Switched, among others. The band has released one self-titled debut album. The bands debut performance was at Rock on the Range, and they performed... read full bio

Saint Motel

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Saint Motel is a California indie pop band, formed by pianist/vocalist A.J. Jackson and classically trained guitarist Aaron Sharp, who met when they were both attending Chapman University in Orange, CA as film students. Bassist Dak Lerdamornpong and drummer Greg Erwin later joined them. The band began writing music together, creating a slick, bouncy, retro, tropicalia-influenced sound that was the... read full bio

Sal Masakela

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Sal Masakela has many talents including being a singer/musician, an actor, and a producer. He is best known, though, for bing a sports journalist/commentator for BNC's Red Bull Signature Series: ESPN's Summer and Winter X Games, which he has been doing for over 13 years. He has also done cultural reporting for 2010 FIFA World Cup and has even hosted... read full bio

Sal "The Voice" Valentinetti

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Sal The Voice Valentinetti is a twenty-one year old singer who has shaken up Americas Got Talent for several weeks. Sal and his band perform songs by Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Bobby Darin, Frankie Valli, and more. He breathes fresh air into American Standards like My Way, The Way You Look Tonight, Fly Me To The Moon, Mack The Knife,... read full bio


Book Saleem for your next event.

Saleem is not only a great Comedian_ he is also a great Contrarian: Even if you agree with me about something, it's not for the same reasons." But what is not up for debate are the audience reactions to this Ohio native. His instant likeability and dynamic presence belie his edgy and refreshingly original material. He speaks to... read full bio


Book Saliva for your next event.

Saliva is an American rock band formed in Memphis, Tennessee, in September 1996 and currently under Rum Bum Records. Saliva released their self-titled debut album on August 26, 1997, under Rocking Chair Records. They were signed to Island Records and went on to release their second studio album Every Six Seconds. Saliva later released their third studio album titled Back... read full bio

Sally Almason

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Ms. Sally Almason is Executive Vice President, General Merchandise Manager of The Cato Corporation. Ms. Almason had served as Senior Vice President, General Merchandise Manager for the Cato Division since 2004. She served as Vice President, Divisional Merchandise Manager for the Cato Division from 1995 to 2004. The apparel specialty stores operate under the names Cato, Cato Fashions, Cato Plus,... read full bio

Sally Downham Miller, PhD

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Dr. Sally Downham Miller devotes most of her time to work in the area of grief, loss and dealing with change. Her teaching, workshops, and consulting endeavors are popular with health care and education organizations, hospice programs, and corporate conferences. She is the author of Mourning and Dancing (HCI, 1999) and Mourning and Dancing for Schools (HCI, August 2000). Dr.... read full bio

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