Saturday, May 19, 2012
Friday, May 18, 2012
Hassan Johnson, 1 of 10 talented actors featured in, "The Wire...Now and Then." The photo spread features a look back on The Wire character Wee-Bey and the evolution of the gentleman Hassan Johnson. To see the full spread and buy your print copy click HERE (get it now while the spring sale is still going on!).
By Stephanie Walker
Writer/Copy Editor, The IDEAL Magazine
The first song I ever learned was, “Love to Love You Baby.” I knew that song before I was able to say "Momma." My mom would play it whenever I was moving around too much in the womb. Once I came into the world, it was the lullaby my mom would play to lull me to sleep. I was in my teens before I heard the entire song! Donna Summer was more than just a disco icon. Her voice transcended an era and a genre. From the uplifting jam, “Heaven Knows,” to the classic, “Bad Girls,” Donna Summer embodied soul and passion. She was the first artist win a Grammy award for “Best Dance Recording.” Ironically, this was not during the disco heyday, but some twenty years later. She began her career with aspirations of being a Motown style soul singer. I am so thankful that she found her own path. Donna Summer was unique. Many were disco artists but she made disco come to life. Toot toot ah beep beep looks crazy on paper, but sang over that dance groove, it made sense. Her music touched people from various walks of life and different generations. While Donna has had her “Last Dance” her music will live on forever. ~RIP Donna Summer
Thursday, May 17, 2012
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The warm weather is here. It is time to get out on the courts and do so in style. The Chanel tennis racquet and white tennis balls (Chanel.com) or the Ame & Lulu citrus tennis bag (ameandlulu.com) will do the trick. For women, it is always a cute idea to match your accessories. And in this case, matching your tennis gear...to your "tennis gear" is smart and chic.
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Wednesday, May 16, 2012
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Monday evening, May 15th, Paparazzi PR hosted the launch for their upcoming reality series. The event and concert took place at Rolling Stone Lounge in Hollywood, CA. The venue was filled with excitement and positive energy as performances by Cosmic Suckerpunch, KISS Cover band and G Tom Mac rocked out with all in attendance.
The crowd included celebrity guests, friends and supporters.
Two companies promoted tonight were My Life, My Power and Today I Can Do Anything. My Life My Power is a book by undefeated MMA fighter, Daniel Puder that encourages anti-bullying and helps teach kids in a very positive way to deal with it. Today I Can Anything is a motivational campaign that encourages and inspires people to reach their goals. The t-shirts were great! Great event!
Reality series coming soon… So stay tuned!
To purchase Today I Can Do Anything products, visit http://www.todayicandoanything.com/
To find out more about My Life My Power, visit http://www.mylifemypower.org/
Monday, May 14, 2012
Sunday, May 13, 2012
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The two-hour series finale for the ABC hit show Desperate Housewives ended in true glamourous fashion with taste and style. In between the tears you probably shed throughout the entire finale, ABC did a superb job in closing out one of the most beloved shows of the decade. Bringing to a close the lives of the main characters.
SPOILER ALERT...(In case you missed the finale and plan to watch it online at ABC.com)
Character's Lynette and Tom went through a small roller coaster ride but ended up happily ever after, the way all of the fans appreciated. Gabrielle and Carlos found their common respect for each other and ended up fashionably on top of the world. The ever-so dignified Bree married her lawyer and would up in politics, and Susan moved away with her daughter to start a fresh new life. Renee married her very sexy Australian lover in an eventful wedding arrangement. Along with the birth of Susan and Lynette's grandson (Julie and Porter's son) and the sad but peaceful death of Karen.
The long-time narration of the voice of Mary Alice ended with a glimpse of her watching Susan move on to greener pasturers. It was done with such class, grace and amazing blend of timing, tragedy, tears and triumphs that the fans could not have asked for a more perfect wrap up. A perfect bow to a wonderful package that opened up an serious influence to a world-wind of reality show interests (the Real Housewives, Basketball Wives, Baseball Wives, etc).
ABC receives a standing ovation for such a perfect show ending. While I admit I was one of those who cried most of the two-hours, it was a mix of happiness, satisfaction and sadness that it would be the last of "The Lane" that would develop before my eyes.
What did you think of the finale? Whose story end was your favorite? Are you wondering if the cliff-hanger of the "new resident" will turn into a show spin off?
Catch up in case you missed either or both parts at abc.com
Here is the link to part 1: http://abc.go.com/watch/desperate-housewives/SH559048/VD55202066/give-me-that-blame
Saturday, May 12, 2012
From the 10 Year Anniversary Tribute to HBO's The Wire by The IDEAL Magazine
Tristan Wilds, one of ten talented actors featured from HBO's hit TV Show "The Wire...Now and Then." The photo spread features a look back on The Wire Character Michael and the evolution of the gentleman Tristan Wilds. To buy your print copy CLICK HERE
Friday, May 11, 2012
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Color Blocking with loads of color can be fun and an extra way to bring cheer and spunk to your outfit.While there are various options when deciding to follow this trend, one thing is consistent...COLOR. During the spring and summer, bright and bold colors are fun to play with.
Which of these Davidelfin Color Blocking looks do you like best? A, B, C, or D?
Which of these looks would you actually wear?
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Blue and black are very popular colors for attire. It is a cool combination when color blocking as well. It is perfectly fine to throw another lighter shade of blue in the mix for a pop of the same color to make the color blocking system stand out even more. For more of a contrast, add accessories and nail color which are various shades of one of your main colors. In this case the color blue or even green is a good alternative.
Which of these color blocking styles do you like best?
Style A (Martin Lamothe) or Style B (J. Mendel)?
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