Gia On The Move


January 2013

The Tents @ PROJECT Launches MAGIC Market Week

Following a very successful first show in New York, under the direction of PROJECT President Tommy Fazio,  THE TENTS @ PROJECT, is set to debut February 19, 2013, to MAGIC MARKET WEEK in Las Vegas. Create.  Curate.  Connect. ...Is the... Continue Reading →


Project Runway Season 8 Aftermath: The Christopher Collins That Was Is and Will Be

What's HOT Now! Apart from being a Project Runway Season 8 finalist...apart from launching in 2008 with a premium women's sportswear line made of the utmost quality, luxury, high fashion and femininity...apart from the fact that he used to create... Continue Reading →

The Model Critic Reviews: Tarantella: Spider Dance at Theatre for the New City, New York

Reviewed by Carlos Stafford, The Model Critic In popular culture the Tarantella is mostly associated with a high spirited, Italian folk dance performed at wedding celebrations, or perhaps more formally, in a character dance for ballet along with mazurkas, polkas, and other traditional festive fare. Who can... Continue Reading →

‘Happy Face Sad Face’ at the Elephant Lillian Theatre, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On the Move The world premiere of Happy Face Sad Face, currently playing at The Elephant Lillian Theatre, is a brilliant idea very much in search of balance. Is Life a comedy or a drama?  Happy... Continue Reading →

Tom Rubin Success Guru: Gia On The Move Reviews

by Tracey Paleo Gia On the Move , Old school comedy meets modern methodology. What intermittently sounds like Andrew Dice Clay, Rodney Dangerfield and George Carlin all wrapped up into one comedian, Tom Rubin Success Guru, premiering at the Santa... Continue Reading →

The 2013 Hollywood Fringe Design Contest Is ON!

The Hollywood Fringe is already gearing up and this year they are opening the doors to Graphic Artists with a first ever Fringe Design Contest! Already branded by  David Zweig and Gavin Worth, who conceived their original lovable Fringe Freaks they are looking... Continue Reading →

In Organic We Trust?

 It's all about the green. From filmmaker Kip Pastor NEW clips from the exciting new documentary IN ORGANIC WE TRUST, NOW Available Nationwide On-Demand & Apple iTunes! ' If you missed last week's post, Certified Organic: A Market Myth, IN ORGANIC WE TRUST is an... Continue Reading →

Awards Season Brings Heels to New Heights!

Sky high heels are proving to be a hot trend as stars like Katy Perry, Tina Fey, and Rachel Weisz, all walked the red carpet in their own platform pumps, towering over the competition at the 70th Annual Golden Globes, People's Choice Awards, and the 2013 New... Continue Reading →

Gone Glamping: Good Earth Tea Winner of “Untamed Moments” Contest

Good Earth Tea, the brand synonymous with bold flavors, yesterday announced the winner of their Untamed Moments contest, a search to find the most unique and exciting examples of their fans living adventurously. The stunning winning photo, entitled Untamed Exuberance,... Continue Reading →

Certified Organic A Market Myth: In Organic We Trust

Is the label "organic" something we can really trust? 78% of Americans eat organic food, because they think it's healthier. But is organic really better for us or just a marketing scam? When corporations went into the business and "organic"... Continue Reading →

21,076 Pounds of Food! – Canstruction LA Winners Announced

California icons, such as the LAX Theme Building, California’s State Flag, and the busy Port of LA, were among the winning designs at the Seventh Annual CanstructionLA, the design/build contest where architects, designers, builders, and engineers create structures meant for feeding, not housing. Featured as... Continue Reading →

National Popcorn Day: A New Take on an Old Classic

January 19th officially celebrates National Popcorn Day and the editors over at Cooking Light Magazine have decided that this is the season and the day for discovering a new way to pack some punch into your low calorie cooking with... Continue Reading →

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