Joe Kohl: Cartoonist/Illustrator
Joe Kohl has been a
magazine cartoonist and illustrator since 1972. His work has appeared worldwide
on books, greeting cards, book covers, advertisements, billboards, POP (Point
Of Purchase) displays, magazines, magnets, tee shirts and mugs. Joe's work
has been published in most major national magazines and periodicals which print
cartoons and/or humorous illustrations including Reader's Digest, National
Enquirer, Saturday Evening Post, New Woman, Christianity Today, Good
Housekeeping, Complete Woman, The Rotarian, Forbes, Writer's Digest, The
Artist's Magazine, Marriage Partnership, The Wittenburg Door, Woman's Own,
Saturday Review, Penthouse, First for Women, Woman's World, Punch, Medical
Economics, True, Swank, Personnel Journal, The Madison Avenue Handbook, Genesis,
Woman, VFW Magazine, Funny Times, Diversion, medical journals in the United
States and Canada, books in the "Chicken Soup for The Soul" series,
USA Weekend and many others."
January 27, 2006
Lincoln District Scout Band
Scout Band is the most experienced Scout and Guide band in Lincolnshire and is
recognized as the premier youth marching band in the county. Parade Band
rehearsals are held once a week in the hall of Westgate School, Lincoln. Lincoln
District Scout Band chooses not to enter competitions, but prefers instead, to
concentrate on promoting wider interest in
and Guiding through the music and displays that we perform.
January 16, 2006
Positive News Network
"The vision of the
Positive News Network is to create, produce and promote an alternative news
service that will focus on positive people, stories and solutions. Goals - To
simply focus and celebrate on all that is good. Educate, inform, inspire and
connect you with the latest positive news, people, solutions, and events in your
community and around the world."
March 21, 2004
DCR Images - Wildlife Photography
and Adventure Travel
My first real adventure trip was a rafting trip through the Grand Canyon. I was
completely hooked. I decided that I was going to take some sort of adventure
trip as often as possible. Over the years my trips have gravitated towards
wildlife photography. Wildlife photography and adventure travel are actually a
good combination. It turns out that to photograph a lot of wildlife you need to
travel to remote locations. My travels have taken me across both the Arctic
circle and the Antarctic circle.
March 4, 2004
"Life is a celebration of passionate colors.
Daily Celebrations features original writing, artwork, and photographs, with
over 1,600 special celebrations that have been researched, written, edited, and
indexed to motivate,
educate, and inspire. Please take your time... look around... and enjoy!"
October 12, 2003
is living in your highest ideals and believing in yourself. It's appreciating
and respecting the diversity and magnificence of life, realizing that you are a
link in the chain of life. The chain will be as weak or as strong as you.
Believe in the power of faith, hope and love. Contribute to life in your own
special way and celebrate the renaissance of the human spirit!"
October 4, 2003
How Much Joy
"In 2000, I wrote a self-help book called
How Much Joy Can You Stand? that has helped more than 75,000
people find joy and happiness. Since then, I've created self-help teleclasses,
eCourses and eBooks, a creativity
newsletter, and an award-winning website
with a single objective in mind: to make your dreams a reality. But my work
isn't just about happiness and joy - it's about pushing past your fears, and
finding the tools you need to fit those dreams into everyday reality."
September 29, 2003
Q92 Aaron & Tasso
Robert Muller, former
Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations, once said:
"Each morning, waking up
to a positive message of hope and beauty can help brighten our world and nurture
so much more." He
is absolutely right, and Montrealers know that for a fact... Most of them "wake
up smiling" and "get
up on the good side of the bed" each morning thanks to two most inspired and
talented radio broadcasters: Aaron and Tasso.
Each weekday morning from
5:30am to 9:00am these two lovely people and their wonderful colleagues do not
spare any effort to create an impressively joyful radio show filled with
great music, hilarious jokes, challenging games, commented news, birthday
greetings, community and charitable events - a remarkable entertaining
interaction meant to... make people a bit happier and life a bit more enjoyable!
Thank you Aaron and
Tasso, and thank you ALL "Aaron-s and Tasso-s" of the world from the bottom of
September 20, 2003
Most people consider SEINFELD as the
funniest TV show of the last few decades, which excels grace to the talent and
professionalism of its actors, writers and directors.
Beyond being so generously entertaining, SEINFELD also does something with a
certain... moral: it exposes aspects of ourselves, which we would prefer
to... forget. That is quite educational for any of us.
Since we could not find an official SEINFELD
website, we symbolically offered this HW Award for outstanding Joyfulness to Movieprop.com
- a site which presents a remarkable wealth of information about the SEINFELD show.
September 13, 2003
Show with Jay Leno
"Jay Leno follows in the footsteps of legendary
NBC late-night hosts Steve Allen, Jack Paar and Johnny Carson. Celebrating his
10th anniversary in May 2002, Leno has created his own unique late-night style
with a combination of humor, talk and entertainment each night at 11:35 p.m. ET
- the wee hours when viewers want to wind down with a few laughs before drifting
off to dreamland. Considered by many to be a “variety” show, “The Tonight Show
with Jay Leno” features a nightly monologue and news-making guests, as well as
ongoing comedy segments including “Headlines,” “Request Line,” “Tonight Show
Side Show,” “Jaywalking” and “Battle of Jaywalking All-Stars.” The result is a
unique look at today’s pop culture."
September 7, 2003