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Paris grew up in the suburbs of Detroit, the son of entrepreneurs. A natural born leader, he started his first business at age 12. Paris takes charge and motivates people to work together, always having the urge to take charge and motivate people to work together, evidenced in his history of high-responsibility management jobs at a young age. Paris is a dedicated journalist at heart, having worked for WCHI, WGN-TV, and Frequency Television. Paris still freelances for different media outlets throughout the country. His experience as a journalist makes him deadline driven and always includes 120-percent effort. Paris stresses his vision to "always follow your dream." He believes in working towards goals, focusing on enjoyment of the journey. He often travels throughout the country as a motivation speaker at events geared towards students and young adults, he continues to carry the message of success.
Holiday Travel Tips to Keep you on Time During Rush

Holiday Travel Tips to Keep you on Time During Rush

  Lines were already filling at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport early Wednesday morning, as Chicago’s airports are expecting nearly 1.8 million travels for the Thanksgiving holiday. With such busy days ahead, travel experts say the most important things to remember are being informed and getting to the airport as early as possible. But the airport […]

Drilling to Be Best When Faced With the Worst

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Drilling to Be Best When Faced With the Worst

We see flashing lights and hear sirens all day and all night. Police cars, fire trucks, and emergency vehicles rushing down streets to make sure that people get help. In the news there are round the clock threats of terrorism, threats of severe weather, and news about accidents from around the world. Chicago, the third […]

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Iowa Caucuses Set the Stage for the Rest of the Country

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Iowa Caucuses Set the Stage for the Rest of the Country

As Iowans kicked off the 2012 presidential election, ChicagoTalks reporter Paris Lewbel talked with several caucus goers about why they take part in the unique once-every-four-years event.

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Chicagoans in Iowa To Be Part of Occupy Caucuses

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Political analysts have been predicting that the Occupy Movement was beginning to die, but ChicagoTalks reporter Paris Lewbel, in Des Moines for the 2012 caucuses, found the movement is going strong in Iowa. He met some Chicagoans who traveled to the Hawkeye State to witness the nation’s first presidential nominating contest.    

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Artists Learn Unconventional Ways to Promote Their Work

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Have you ever thought about showcasing your art on the side of building or on an underpass? Four artists are leading the way and working with artists from all over the city, helping others self-promote their work in unconventional ways. Gabriel Villa, Nicole Marroquin, Eric Garcia and Salvador JimĂ©nez spoke last month at the University […]

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