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Tak Toyoshima

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Tak Toyoshima is the art director for the award-winning alternative newsweekly Bostons Weekly Dig, and for the nationally distributed Beer Advocate Magazine. He is also the creator and artist of the comic strip Secret Asian Man, which started as a two-page monthly in a Boston-based arts magazine and became a weekly comic strip for the next six years. Secret Asian... read full bio

Takatoshi Ito

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Takatoshi Ito is a Japanese economist and professor of The University of Tokyo. He graduated from the Faculty of Economics, Hitotsubashi University in 1973 and from the Graduate School of Economics in the same institute in 1975. He earned a Ph.D from Harvard University in 1979. He served as Deputy Vice Minister of Finance for International Affairs from 1999 to... read full bio

Take 6

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With their roots in gospel, doo wop, and the sophisticated jazz-influenced singing groups of mid-century America like the Hi-Los, the a cappella vocal group Take 6 is both a throwback to an earlier, more genteel era of American music and a precursor for a number of black male pop groups of the '90s (most notably Boyz II Men). Its members... read full bio

Take Me To The River

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Take Me To The River-New Orleans LIVE! is a musical that reflects New Orleans and Lousiana. During the show, you’ll hear performances from Crescent City talent including, The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Ivan Neville, Ian Neville, George Porter Jr., Big Chief Monk Boudreaux, the Lost Bayou Ramblers, and more. All of the artists bring the best of New Orleans music... read full bio

Take That

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British pop band Take That continues their legacy as the most popular teen pop sensation in Britain since the '60s. The group dominated the U.K. charts during the early '90s, and sold more albums that any English act since the Beatles. They garnered seven number one hits during their prime, and have completed nine successful tours. Take That's most recent... read full bio

Take3

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Take3 is a musical trio that infuses the timeless sound of classical music with the attitude of a rock star. The trio plays instruments such as the cello, violin, and piano and uses their skills to perform pop music, jazz, and classical songs weve all heard over the years. Take3 performs all over the world to perform their show to... read full bio

Takehiro Hira

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Takehiro Hira is a Japanese actor from Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan that is the son of two Japanese actors. He was born in Japan and at 15 years old he moved to Providence, Rhode Island. After finishing high school in Rhode Island, Hira went on to earn his degree at Brown University. Hira made his television debut in the series “Tokumei... read full bio

Takeoff

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Kirshnik Khari Ball, better known as his stage name Takeoff, is an American rapper and singer-songwriter who is best known for being a member of the musical trio Migos alongside Quavo and Offset. Takeoff was born in Lawrenceville, Georgia, and he was raised by his mother alongside his uncle, which is Quavo, and his cousin, which is Offset. The trio... read full bio

Taking Back Sunday

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Taking Back Sunday originally formed on Long Island, New York, USA in 1999. The band has gone through several lineup changes. Their first release came in 2001 with the Taking Back Sunday EP, and featured Antonio Longo on vocals, John Nolan on guitar and backing vocals, Eddie Reyes on guitar (the original founder of the band), Jesse Lacey, Adam Lazzara... read full bio

Tal Wilkenfeld

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Tal Wilkenfeld is a renowned bass guitarist from Sydney, Australia. She began playing the guitar when she was fourteen years old and picked up the bass three years later. Tal received an endorsement with Sadowsky guitars and strings, as well as EBS Professional Bass Equipment amplifiers, cabinets, and effect pedals. She began playing as a sideman and eventually worked her... read full bio

Tale Of Us

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Tale Of Us is an electronic DJ duo that consists of Carmine Conte and Matteo Milleri. The duo met in Milan, Italy while studying music production at SAE Institute. Some of their most popular songs include, Obscure Promises, Monument, North Star, Red Sky, Silent Space, Lies, and many more. The duo have performed alongside artists such as, Afterlife, Odyssey, and... read full bio

Talib Kweli

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Hip hop artist Talib Kweli is known for his collaborations with Yasiin Bey - formerly Mos Def, Kanye West, Just Blaze, and Pharrell Williams and for supporting rising artists like J. Cole, Jay Electronica, Kendrick Lamar, and NIKO IS. He has been called one of hip hops all time greatest lyricists with the remix of his track Get By known... read full bio

Talitha Bateman

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Talitha Bateman is a young, prominent actress who has been seen in The Hive as Kayla, the lead role of Annabelle: Creation as Janice, The 5th Wave as Teacup, Nine Lives as Nicole Camden, the environmental disaster sci-fi Geostorm as Hannah, Vengeance: A Love Story alongside Nicolas Cage, and So B. It as Heidi DeMuth. On television, she most notably... read full bio

Talithia Williams

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Renowned mathematician and statistician Talithia Williams works at Harvey Mudd College to research the spatiotemporal structure of data. She is also known for being the first black woman to achieve tenure at Harvey Mudd College. After earning her bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Spelcman college and acquiring her master’s in Statistics from Rice University and Mathematics from Howard University, she... read full bio

Tall Heights

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Tall Heights is an electrofolk music duo from Boston, made up of singers Tim Harrington (guitarist) and Paul Wright (cellist). Also joining them on tour recently is singer/ percussionist Paul Dumas. They’ve recorded The Rafters EP, Holding On, Holding Out EP, and three albums: Man of Stone, All or Nothing/ Fast Car, and Neptune. Tall Heights’ musical style has been... read full bio

Talonya Geary

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Talonya Geary is an author, speaker, consultant, and entrepreneur who has worked for over 20 years in business and personal development. Geary has been the co-founder of the digital and print media publisher, Flawles Media, a company that is dedicated to queer lifestyle and entertainment. After a year of forming, Flawles began releasing the Flawles Magazine, which gained attention and... read full bio

Tamar Braxton

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Its no surprise that Tamar Braxton has found success int he music industry. The younger sister of Toni Braxton is a Grammy nominated singer and reality TV personality. Braxton's first break came in the early 90s with The Braxtons, the family formed r&b group. She went solo in 2000 and released a self-titled album under DreamWorks Records. Along with her... read full bio

Tamara Holder

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Tamara Holder is an attorney, and a television commentator who has contributed for MSNBC, CNN, and Fox News on legal & progressive issues. Holder studied at University of Arizona, and the John Marshall Law School in Chicago. Holder has previously written for The Huffington Post, The Daily Caller and was frequently on WABCs radio show Hannity. Holder has written the... read full bio

Tamara Tunie

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Tamara Tunie is an American actress, producer and director who is best known for playing Jessica Griffin on the television soap opera “As the World Turns” and Dr. Melinda Warner on the television series “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”. Tunie was born in McKeesport, Pennsylvania and she grew up in Homestead. She graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a... read full bio

Tamaryn

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Tamaryn Brown comes from New Zealand, where she lived with her mother and grandmother. They were Junigan psychologists who owned a halfway house for runaway teenagers, thus Tamaryn feels as though she was raised alongside thirty other brothers and sisters. She relocated to the United States when she was a little bit older and was exposed to the music scene.... read full bio



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