Steven Lee
Steven Lee
Steven Lee is a multi-platinum Korean-American music producer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. He studied music & theory in California State University, Los Angeles, and began a career in music songwriting and production after he won "Star Search 2002" as a music producer at Studio56 in Hollywood, California. He was also recognized as USA Songwriting Competition finalist in the dance music category in 2004.
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ArtsBeat: Book Review Podcast: Putin’s Reign
NYTimes - over 1 year
Steven Lee Myers talks about “The New Tsar,” Amy Ellis Nutt discusses “Becoming Nicole” and Maria Russo on the season in children’s books.
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The World Next Week: Washington and Moscow Spar on Syria, Oslo Accords Twenty Years On, Lehman Brothers Collapse Five Years Later
Council on Foreign Relations - over 3 years
The World Next Week podcast is up. Bob McMahon and I discussed the continuing crisis in Syria, the twentieth anniversary of the Oslo Accords, and the state of the economy five years after the Lehman Brothers collapse. The highlights: The debate over Syria continues to take new twists and turns. Two weeks ago U.S. airstrikes looked imminent. Last week immediate action was put on hold and the focus shifted to whether Congress would authorize airstrikes. This week the focus shifted yet again as President Obama put military action on hold in favor of pursuing diplomatic efforts to place Syrian chemical weapons under international control. The latest change occurred even though the administration remains skeptical that diplomacy can work; moving chemical weapons out of Syria would take considerable time given the size of Syria’s stockpile, and it’s unclear which countries would send troops into the middle of a civil war to secure Syria’s chemical weapons. Tomorrow marks the twentiet ...
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A Diminished Obama Heads to Russia for G-20 Meeting (Steven Lee Myers/New York Times)
Memeorandum - over 3 years
Steven Lee Myers / New York Times: A Diminished Obama Heads to Russia for G-20 Meeting  —  ST. PETERSBURG, Russia — Not even a month ago, President Obama canceled a planned summit meeting with President Vladimir V. Putin, citing Russia's decision to grant asylum to Edward J. Snowden as evidence of a broader deterioration of relations.
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Putin's Silence on Syria Signals Resignation on Attack (Steven Lee Myers/New York Times)
Memeorandum - over 3 years
Steven Lee Myers / New York Times: Putin's Silence on Syria Signals Resignation on Attack  —  MOSCOW — Russia has made its opposition to military intervention in Syria vehemently clear.  The foreign minister, Sergey V. Lavrov, warns daily about the risk of an escalating conflagration.  A deputy prime minister said the West dealt …
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2 indicted in North Texas murder-for-hire plot
San Francisco Chronicle - over 3 years
DALLAS (AP) — Two North Texas men were indicted in a plot to get one man's wife deported that police say turned into a plan for murder. Steven Lee Gordon of Allen was indicted on a solicitation of capital murder charge while Robert Wayne Bass of Garland was indicted on conspiracy to commit capital murder.
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Two Charged with Beating, Robbery in Burnsville
Burnsville Patch - over 3 years
Two men have been charged brutally beating a man on a Burnsville street. Police say Matthew Loy Maiers, a 23-year-old Eagan guy man, and Steven Lee Dingman, 28, of Princeton, allegedly attacked and robbed a stranger on the evening of July 8. 
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Man Returns Big Bundle Of Cash Found Outside Bank
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Steven Lee found enough cash this week outside a Palatine, Ill., bank to buy some groceries, make a few mortgage payments and perhaps squeeze in a vacation or two. But that's not what Lee is about. He told CBS he immediately thought of the person who could lose his or her job because of the lost $8,000. "I better return this money quick," he told that station, describing his thinking at the time. So Lee marched into the Chicago-area bank with the bundled bills, had someone take a picture of his discovery to post on Facebook and did the right thing. The bank wants to buy him lunch, CBS wrote. Visit CBS Chicago for more details on the story. While Lee was lauded as a Good Samaritan, his move wasn't as rare as some might think. In a 2010 poll in the Guardian, 71 precent said they would hand in an even greater sum than Lee did. But that's what they say they would do. In 2012 the ABC News show "What Would You Do?" filmed the real-life reactions of people wh ...
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NY Times Stands By Early Libya Reporting
Huffington Post - over 4 years
NEW YORK -- On Tuesday night, State Department officials said they never concluded there were protests leading up to the Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, comments that ran counter to the Obama administration's initial explanation that a demonstration provoked by an anti-Islam video preceded and contributed to the violence that night. The State Department's description of events, and a congressional hearing on Wednesday, raised more questions over security prior to the attack and the Obama administration's public response to it. During Thursday's vice presidential debate, moderator Martha Raddatz began with a tough question for Vice President Joe Biden on Benghazi, noting, "the State Department has now made clear, there were no protesters there." But the Obama administration wasn't alone in tying protests over the anti-Islam video, "The Innocence of Muslims," to the deadly attack that killed U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens and three other Am ...
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You Can’t Buy Democracy
Mens News Daily - over 4 years
You Can't Buy Democracy The Obama administration pledged $1 billion in assistance to Egypt to "bolster its transition to democracy after the overthrow last year of the former president, Hosni Mubarak," writes Steven Lee Meyers in the NYT. Now they want to give them an emergency cash infusion of $450 million (as part of the $1 billion): An influential Republican lawmaker, Representative Kay Granger of Texas, immediately announced that she would use her position as chairwoman of the House appropriations subcommittee overseeing foreign aid to block the distribution of the money. She said the American relationship with Egypt "has never been under more scrutiny" than it is in the wake of the election of President Mohamed Morsi, a former leader of the Muslim Brotherhood. "I am not convinced of the urgent need for this assistance and I cannot support it at this time," Ms. Granger said in a statement that her office issued even before the administration announced the package. Secretar ...
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White House Move to Give Egypt $450 Million in Aid Meets Resistance (Steven Lee Myers/New York Times)
Memeorandum - over 4 years
Steven Lee Myers / New York Times: White House Move to Give Egypt $450 Million in Aid Meets Resistance  —  The Obama administration notified Congress on Friday that it intends to give Egypt's new government an emergency cash infusion of $450 million, but the move immediately encountered resistance from lawmakers wary of foreign aid …
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Bonney Lake Students Receive Record $2.76 Million in Scholarships
Bonney Lake-Sumner Patch - over 4 years
Bonney Lake High graduating seniors collected a school record $2,759,873 in scholarships this year. Reportedly, 321 of the school’s 359 seniors graduated in a ceremony Tuesday night at the Puyallup Fairgrounds Showplex. Andrew Cunningham cleaned up in the military awards. He, along with Christian McKone, was named a National Scholar-Athlete by the Army. He also took a Distinguished Athlete Award from the Marines. He and Sarah Suchower won Scholastic Excellence Awards. Cunningham and Jacob Lueders took Army ROTC Scholarships. In other military honors, McKone was appointed to West Point, and William McDonald and Cassandra Neumann took Semper Fidelis awards for musical excellence. Meanwhile, Lueders also won the $10,000 Dr. Joe Eben Corliss Scholarship. Two students also won athletic scholarships: Austin Curtis to Western Washington for soccer and Adara Winder to Idaho for track. Other highlights include: Taking the $5,000 Puyallup Fair Foundation Scholarship was Meag ...
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Happy Birthday to the Lees
Asian Week - almost 5 years
MC Hammer meets Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa in San Francisco in January TOO LEGIT TO QUIT: His day job that is. Obviously MC Hammer’s no longer on campaign video payroll as more than 500 Herbst Theater attendees watched his Honor Ed Lee’s uncoordinated un-choreographed moves during a belated 60th birthday celebration orchestrated by Claudine Cheng’s May 7 APA Heritage Awards fete….CINCO DE MAYO-R: Talk about lucky stars. Alcalde Ed Lee filed for office on 8th of 8th month, won election on 8th of November and inaugurated on 8th of January. While 8’s are lucky in Chinese numerology, Lee was born on Cinco de Mayo (last Saturday, May 5) – a significant holiday for Mexican Latino Americans and a coveted voting bloc for any mayor… HERE COMES DUH JUDGE’S SON: Michael Breyer’s Monday appearance at APA Heritage Awards Green Room Reception sent a signal that he’s not conceding APA votes to 19th Assembly candidate Phil Ting in state’s third largest APA Assembly District (46%) re ...
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Upstate Man Dies in Motorcycle Wreck
News 13 ABC - almost 5 years
An Upstate man is dead after a motorcycle wreck last night. Officials responded to the call around 11 p.m. on Dickson Road in Campobello. Police say 18 year old Anthony Steven Lee Neil of Inman died on the scene of the accident. ...
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How to have a pretty good foreign policy week... ruined by Joe Biden
Foreign Policy - almost 5 years
So it turned out that this was the week that both the Romney campaign and the Obama campaign decided that foreign policy was an important thing to talk about during election season.  Speaking personally, this is great!! I seem to have moved up in the Rolodex of those covering the campaign.  Expect lots of juicy quotes in the months to come, and readers are warmly encouraged to proffer useful metaphors that I can provide in soundbite fashion  over the next six months. Unfortunately for the Romney campaign, this was not a great week to ramp up attacks along this line.  The reasons is that, all told, the Obama administration had a pretty good foreign policy week.  Not all, or even most of this, was of its own doing, but consider the following:  1)  Iran has signaled a genuine willingness to talk compromise on its nuclear program in order to avoid the EU oil embargo kicking in.  That might just be rhetoric, but it's interesting to note that even senior Israeli officials are star ...
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Steven Lee Dent
The Ennis Daily News - almost 5 years
Steven Lee Dent, 50, passed away in Ennis on Wednesday, April 25, 2012, Services are pending with J.E. Keever Mortuary, Inc.
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Classroom Laptop Pilot A Success, District Officials Say
Mehlville Patch - almost 5 years
When Tracy Krysl announced the next novel assignment for her Oakville High School Communication/Arts class, her students instantly jumped online and started researching the author.  "Usually, we'd have to go home and do the research at home," freshman Kevin Ohlendorf said. "Instead, we were able to get a lot of it done in class, so we didn't have to go to the computer lab. I think we can get a lot more work done." The student said he was surprised at the quality of the laptops and how fast he could take notes on them. “Their level of interest and participation has increased and it really makes them more accountable for their education,” Krysl said. The take-home laptops are part of a Mehlville School District one-to-one technology pilot program. This semester, one communications class at each high school received laptops to expand their learning with technology. At Wednesday’s school board meeting, Superintendent Eric Knost said he wanted to expand the pilot to about 250 ...
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What we know and don't know about Bo
Foreign Policy - almost 5 years
Let's face it, far more Americans associate the name "Bo" more with Barack Obama's dog than with Bo Xilai, the now-disgraced former Communist Party chief of Chongqing (my generation of Americans will, of course, forever associate Bo with this).  That might be about to change, however, because Bo is at the center of the most serious post-Tiananmen political scandal in China.   To recap:  Bo was pushing hard for an appointment to the nine-person Standing Committee of the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) Politburo -- the most powerful decision-making body in China.  He might very well have received it too, based on the combination of his "princeling" ties, his populist, Maoist-style campaigns and the flock of high party officials visiting Chongqing to see how he was doing it.  Two months ago,  however, Bo's police chief Wang Lijun showed up at the U.S. consulate in Chengdu seeking asylum.  He left the consulate, but the reverberations haven't stopped.  First Bo disappeared from ...
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  • 2004
    Age 20
    He was also recognized as USA Songwriting Competition finalist in the dance music category in 2004.
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