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166 results for 'fashion'

Friday Night Lights

By DLFerguson, published on Jul 29, 2009

...Whenever there’s a game, the entire town closes down to attend and the stadium looks about as big as Madison Square Garden. I dunno if it’s really like that in small towns but FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS convinced me that it is. I liked how the movie was told in an almost documentary fashion and didn’t pull any punches as far as showing the good and bad of small town high school football. For a lot of these boys, football is the only way they’re going to get a college education and get out of their town. This is indeed more than just a game to them. For most of... (more)

Tags: baseball, football, movie, education, fashion

Between The Mourning And Conspiracy Theories Lie Blanks

By Chedvah, published on Jul 10, 2009

... like all publicity, news is news and it eventually wanes.  People forget, people get on with their lives and it is the families of the bereaved that are left to pick up the pieces.

So I will hammer on…I am a ‘sucker’ for rags, for those magazines that tend to say things that quite fashionably high end spreads will not succumb to.  We all know those rags, sometimes we have to buy them in benign ways, shying away from our dear ones lest we get caught up giving in to cheap gossip or for fear of being mistaken as timewasters.  In mouthy fashion, I read a not so glossy spread that ... (more)

Tags: paris hilton, music, fashion, michael jackson, king of pop, cultural icon

Speaking In Music

By Kim, published on Jul 1, 2009


Tim shared the majesty and versatility of the Tenor Sax on several pieces of music.

Likewise, Asaf and Gwilyn emerged with on that same page with one another and Tim. A conduit that was admiringly effective and tight. Gwilym playing in an absolutely amazing fashion totally engulfed in a continous sea of gorgeous progressions and statements of his own making. He often played half seated, leaning over the piano as if speaking words of love through his finger tips to the keys.

The trio obtained well deserved applause, ahs, yeahs, and shouts... (more)

Tags: jazz, hollywood, music, fashion

Eve Of Juneteenth Brings Jubilant Jazz

By Kim, published on Jun 23, 2009

...consisted of the following accomplished musicians:

Carl Randall - Saxophone

Kenny Elliott - Drums

Tim Emmons - Bass

Gary Blumer - Piano

Elliott Caine - Trumpet

Benny Golson's "Whisper Not" was performed in a superb fashion with solos by Elliott, Carl, and Gary that were flourishing with love and straight-ahead accents.

The Blues is always apparent in the Elliott Caine Quintet performances as well as attention to free form, creative soloing, consideration for each ensemble member and great... (more)

Tags: los angeles, jazz, music, fashion

A Shout Of Jazz At Playboy

By Kim, published on Jun 16, 2009

...glory Hallelujah", sneaking in numerous Jazz licks that were all Monty's own articulating the very core of music.

An almost sacred experience was had when Monty and the ensemble played Billy Taylor and Dick Dallas' "I Wish I knew How It Would Feel to be Free once performed in a riveting fashion by the stellar Nina Simone.

Monty put his own imprint on the treasure with chord progressions ans soloing that was priceless.

I regretfully could not secure the names of each ensemble member. However, each musician shared their own glorious musicianship on Drums and Percussion,... (more)

Tags: los angeles, jazz, hollywood, music, fashion

Trastevere Almost A Travesty

By D. E. Carson, published on May 25, 2009

On the corner of Third Street Promenade and Santa Monica Boulevard stands a large imposing edifice housing an Italian restaurant named Trastevere Ristorante Italiano. The place is decorated in a fashion befitting a good old, authentic Italian restaurant. It has the plaster walls complete with cracks to give it that “Old World” feel. Included in the restaurant is an al fresco dining area and large front windows that fold open like old fire station doors that open the place up to make for a great dining experience.The food is prepared as one might expect. I had a standby: pepperoni... (more)

Tags: new york, california, restaurant, fashion, santa monica

Santa Monica Festival: greener And Greener

By Ricky Ricardo, published on May 11, 2009

...and composting. All utensils, plates, napkins and cups in the Global Café were either compostable or recyclable.

Throughout the day, I strolled from the Main Ocean Stage and the Youth Stage that offered alternating performances.

Three different shows of re:Fashion Catwalk with host Paul Zaloom is becoming a popular addition to the festival. Participants got very creative designing wearable couture made from discard paper bags, gift and party decorations and other material that you may have at home. Check out scroll down the ... (more)

Tags: new york, jazz, hip-hop, california, environment, hollywood, music, fashion, santa monica

The Earth : Global Time Share For Sale

By Lumiere, published on Apr 23, 2009

...SUNSCREEN: The nanoparticles found in the sunscreen we use to prevent sunburn is a leading cause of the damage to coral reefs and marine life. Use environmentally friendly sunscreen to protect your skin and your family.4) BUY A STAINLESS STEEL WATER BOTTLE: Plastic water bottles are so out of fashion and toxic. Try the new, hip eco version made of Stainless Steel.

5) GET GREEN HAIR CARE PRODUCTS: Hair Care Products are expected to reach $8.5 billion in sales by 2010. All $8.5 billion of these products will be washed in and rinsed out into our Global Water Supply; Hair Color,... (more)

Tags: real estate, fashion

Money Divorced From Style

By Chedvah, published on Apr 20, 2009

...believing they are necessary buys. While the money grabbers are being lured by mind games of the high street and internet, some of the wealthy are strutting and showing off what their money can buy-from the most deploring florals mingled with urban extrasto chic outfits. At this point in time-fashionswise-it is very challenging not to covet thy neighbour's wardrobe.

The new seasons are slowly creeping up on us, spring slowly giving way to summer. We all love the sun, right? But this summer, after a rampage in my old wardrobe with results ranging from very loose to quite fading... (more)

Tags: fashion

Don't You Judge Anyone Too Quickly!

By J.N. PAQUET, published on Apr 19, 2009

... snowballs at her door and daring each other to knock and run away. They were endlessly mocking her.


But everything changed overnight. On 11th April Susan Boyle, appeared on the Britain’s Got Talent TV show. At first, her “very old fashion” look made everyone smile. Then, when she said that her aspiration was to become a musical theatre singer like Elaine Paige, smiles became laughters. Everyone had already judged her. To everyone in the audience, she was another simple-minded looser who thinks she can sing. Susan was... (more)

Tags: music, fashion

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