Happy New Year from Rivenmaster (2012)

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2011 has been a banner year for Rivenmaster’s Place.  We were afforded some extraordinary interviews and introduced some of the best young talent in the world, some for the very first time. In addition you, our subscribers and readers, have catapulted this site to record breaking monthly numbers.

While we are still a long way to our goal for daily readers, we are very happy to announce that we are now enjoying over Ten Thousand visitors and readers a month.

Please know how very much we appreciate all of our wonderful subscribers and readers

I would like to wish a Happy New Year to all the wonderful young talented musicians, actors, dancers, vocalists, and stage performers who have graced this site by way of feature articles or movie reviews these past three years.

Here’s wishing you the very best of success in 2012!

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colinbLife has a funny way of teaching all of us about the things that are most important.  While some feel it’s necessary to have extremely proficient athletic abilities, or highly developed computer skills, or even become an outstanding parliamentary speaker, there are a few who have realized that the most important thing is to just be happy with who you are.  In this life where so many people are unhappy about themselves, (too fat, too thin, too this or that), or dissatisfied with the life cards they have been dealt, along comes Eight Year Old Colin Alexander Brennan to show us that there is no such thing as a perfect life situation only perfect happiness about who you are.

I first came across Colin while writing my feature-ette article entitled “The One Who Got Away”, promoting Justin Bieber’s new movie “Never Say Never”.  I was looking for someone to offer some type of review about his new film, having not yet seen it myself.   Lo and behold, I found a little boy from Canada who had not only seen the film, but was ecstatic to offer up his accolades by singing one of Justin’s songs, “Baby”.  * You can still see that article on the right column of today’s blog!



Colin immediately captivated me with his personality and charm and while I could not put my finger on what it was that drew me to him I immediately knew this was a very special little boy who had a tremendous talent and ability to share with the world.  What I had not realized is that Colin was a high functioning Autistic youngster who did not look at his life situation as a handicap but as a gift! Continue reading “COLIN ALEXANDER BRENNAN MAGICALLY MUSICAL”