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March 2012

Jessica Gomes: Sports Illustrated “It Girl”

Gia On The Move recently had the opportunity to interview, 2012 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition stunner and savvy entrepreneur Jessica Gomes Of Chinese and Portuguese decent and from Perth, Australia, Gomes is widely known for gracing the pages of the past 5 consecutive... Continue Reading →

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SodaHead.com Announces Nickelodeon Kid’s Choice Award

With this weekend's Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards approaching, SodaHead.com, the web's largest opinion-based community, polled its users to find their choices for the most popular picks in family entertainment over the past three decades. The winner for Best Family Movie of... Continue Reading →

Boston Pops Celebrates 100 Years

In celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Fenway Park, legendary composer and conductor John Williams has composed “Fanfare for Fenway,” the maestro's special tribute to America's Most Beloved Ballpark during its centennial. The piece, just over three minutes long, was recorded Saturday, March... Continue Reading →

Favorites Eaten This Week – Food Expo Quick-cap- 2

It's been over a week and I am still eating -- if you can believe it!  But I can't say that it's such a hardship.  There have certainly been some spectacular favorites in my goodie bags from the Natural Foods... Continue Reading →

The Allen Theatre – America’s New Broadway Playhouse

Although most individuals envision Broadway as THE place to go to study the arts, NYC isn’t always a viable option. For many aspiring singers, dancers and actors, New York’s high cost and distance prevents them from pursuing their dream. However,... Continue Reading →

LA Fashion Weekend – Let the Side Show Begin

by Tracey Paleo~ I simply WON'T be discussing the mayhem of the evening.  Being asked to check in twice between a solid hour waiting in drizzle and stilettos; my guest not getting a seat; thimble-sized vodka shots in the mixed... Continue Reading →

Run LA. Go Go GO! – LA Marathon & LA Fashion Weekend Collide

My Fortune Cookie today said, "Don't wait for your ship to come; swim out to it." Well, this weekend thousands of people may not be swimming, except in the possible expected rain showers on Sunday, but they certainly WILL be... Continue Reading →

Welcome to the Sexual Counterrevolution

Hailstorms and Tornados. Why, when the United States is mired in its worst economic downturn since the Great Depression, would birth control, abortion, and the rights of gays and women top the agenda of the Republican Party? How could this... Continue Reading →

Jack Kerouac’s Only Full Length Play

Merrimack Repertory Theatre and the University of Massachusetts Lowell announced today – Jack Kerouac’s 90th birthday – they will present the world premiere of the Lowell native and literary icon’s only full-length play, Beat Generation, in a staged reading for eight performances only. The world premiere of the... Continue Reading →

Natural Foods Expo West Food Roundup – Part 1

by Tracey Paleo Wow!  I came home with far too many bags of goodies.  (And I should be complaining about that?)  Beginning to test some of the hot new items on offer from the press room on Saturday and lots... Continue Reading →

Artist Melissa Ayr Creates an Abstract Ode in Eighths

As the art world comes alive in New York this month (March) for a host of premiere art events such as The Armory Show, The Art Show, The Whitney Biennial, the Cindy Sherman retrospective, the New Museum’s triennial, and Choices... Continue Reading →

Hot Off The Paris Runway! Lanvin Glitters to the Edge!

Pomp and Circumstance and Outré Chic.  Lanvin embellishes iconic style to the max for a glorious Fall fashion jubilation! 2012 marks Alber Elbaz 10th anniversary as creative director at French fashion house Lanvin. Jessica Alba, Dita Von Teese, Pharrell Williams... Continue Reading →

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