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April 2012

Ode to Crandon Boulevard

The street I grew up on. Tattooed in my heart as permanent as the Truth on my arm.

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Early and Often at Open Fist Theatre, Los Angeles

Screwball comedy takes the stage at Open Fist Theatre in the west coast premiere of Early and Often written by Barbara Wallace and Thomas R. Wolfe. Set in Chicago 1960, democrats, republicans and everyone else will stop at nothing to... Continue Reading →

Sign Language Inspires Chanel

T, The New York Times Styles Magazine stopped by this morning to share one of the most incredibly inspired and exclusive videos on fashion I have seen to date.  T Exclusive Video | A Polished Look by Chanel Video Link: http://tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/04/26/t-exclusive-video-a-polished-look-by-chanel/?ref=t-magazine When... Continue Reading →

Eighth Annual Cheap Chic Weddings Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest Rolls Out

Can you use toilet paper to make a beautiful wedding dress? If you can, you just might win $2012! Wedding dress shopping.  Lining up at favorite designer ateliers for hours on end on sale days.  Agonizing over styles, fits and... Continue Reading →

Black Women’s Playwrights 12 Tweets @ 12Noon

On Monday (today) April 23, in honor of William Shakespeare's 448th birthday, the Black Women Playwrights' Group (BWPG) of Washington, DC, will launch a new series of play excerpts called 12Tweets@12Noon. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from April 23 until May... Continue Reading →

What’s Love Got To Do With It?

by Tracey Paleo ~ Gia On The Move Well...Everything!  If you are looking... This weekend everyone whose been looking for love in all the WRONG places will finally get some relief and an excellent helping hand from Melanie Mar, Featured... Continue Reading →

Coagula Curatorial-Downtown Los Angeles

To celebrate twenty years of publishing Coagula Art Journal, acclaimed editor, art critic and curator Mat Gleason will open Coagula Curatorial on April 21 as a premiere exhibition space of contemporary art.

Rock My Musical Sheri!

So if you didn't audition for the latest rock musicals that have hit LA from Green Day's "American Idiot," Hair: The "American Tribal Love-Rock Musical," "Hedwig and the Angry Inch": set in the 1970s era of glam rock, "We Will Rock You": based... Continue Reading →

5 Things NOT to do to Your Important Pieces of Art

"Thou Art Beautiful As Thou Art Wise" Gallery Owner Chris Bates of Art Post Gallery in Northbrook, Illinois, Emailed Gia On The Move Recently to Offer Tips on Creating the Perfect Pairing Picking the right frame for a new piece... Continue Reading →

NOW ON VIEW: Moyra Davey at the Whitney

2012 BIENNIAL: MOYRA DAVEY In this video, 2012 Whitney Biennial artist Moyra Davey discusses her photographic series on view in the exhibition, Mary, Marie (2011) and We Are Young and We Are Friends of Time(2011).

Makeup Maestro Napoleon Perdis Gives Himself a Makeover

I am a divine goddess!  Napoleon Perdis says SO! Simply Auto Pilot courtesy of my Pre-Foundation Skin Primer, (because NOT TO PRIME IS A CRIME) applications of completely un-smudgeable  China Doll Gell Eyeliner, Devine Goddess Lipstick enriched with natural oils... Continue Reading →

The Model Critic Reviews The Joffrey Ballet School Performance Company in NYC

~Reviewed by Carlos Stafford, The Model Critic Dropped by the Manhattan Movement and Arts Center in NYC last week to catch a shared program, WalkingTalking/ Catherine Miller; and the Ariel Rifka Dance, featuring the Joffrey Ballet School Performance Company. ~ In a... Continue Reading →

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