Benefit concert

Giving back to the community, Mario Arnauz Bonds performed a benefit concert at the Imagination Stage in Bethesda, MD. Proceeds from the concert financed the organization's Access and Inclusion program for persons with disabilities.

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Honored by

Touting him a role model for youth and success, and to congratulate him on his work on breaking boundaries in the performing arts, the Imagination Stage honored Mario Arnauz Bonds with its prestigious "Imagination Award" for 2012.

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Congrads Sidney

This small town publication congratulates Sidney, Mario's English black lab, on being with Mario for the ride to success. 

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The Washington Post is there to capture the moment when Mario Arnauz Bonds reunites with his father, and forgives him for his shortcomings after 16 years apart. His father had been imprisoned for much of Mario's life.

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Determined to win Glee Project

The Examiner talks Mario Arnauz Bonds, and Lea Michele's praise of him at the beginning of his run on NBC Universal's The Glee Project on the Oxygen Network.

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Mario Arnauz Bonds sat down with The Baltimore Sun for a Q&A session regarding his many talents, likes and The Glee Project.

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Mason Connect

George Mason University celebrates its alumnist, Mario Arnauz Bonds, as he began his run on NBC Universal's The Glee Project.

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Rey LaHood (U.S. Secretary of Transportation) highlights Mario Arnauz Bonds on his blog. Mario use to work for the Secretary's Office of Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Transportation.

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Date with destiny

The Washington Post was there to capture Mario Arnauz Bonds' dream to graduate from George Mason University being realized. In a country where more than half of blind high schoolers don't graduate, let alone go to college, and given Mario's tough childhood, this was a remarkable day.

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Camp Counselor Helps Other Blind Youths Use Technology to Their Advantage

The Washington Post shaddowed Mario Arnauz Bonds, as he gave back to the community as a Teen Technology Specialist, teaching blind youth how to independently manipulate computers. Even as a child and teen, had a huge heart and spirit of generosity

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