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Have you ever heard about a major movie months prior to it’s release and get upset that you have to wait so long to see it? Yes I’m sure you have. Especially if the movie promises to be amazing due to the cast. People like Sarah Jessica Parker, Robert Downey Jr., and Christopher Mintz-Plasse (McLovin) tend to draw a pretty big crowd to their films and they all have movies coming out soon.
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We are officially one month into the new year. If you’re anything like me, you already had it in your head that 2010 was going to be a great year for you. If you are ME than you’ve gotten off to a slow start due to the fact that you haven’t quite shaken off all of the prior years bad habits just yet.
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Because it’s Restaurant Week in NYC!!! Well, in all actuality, it isn’t really a week. The city wide extravaganza for all us “foodies” starts tomorrow, January 25th, and ends on February 7th. But wait, there’s more.
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So I was recently on one of my Barnes & Noble expeditions the other day, which usually consist of me perusing through magazines and photography books for hours. This time around, I just went straight to the magazine section because I was seeking inspiration for a school project and didn’t have much time to find it.
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This was very refreshing to see, I must say. I’m a huge fan of V Magazine and I always love their choice of models but they switched it up this time. This months issue features a different kind of model; the plus sized woman.
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Ladies, there is no need to follow the blueprint for a New Years Eve outfit that I laid out in my prior post…If you shop atÂ The Conversation Piece (TCP). If you haven’t heard of TCP yet, you are surely in for a visual treat.
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If you have never attended a Brooklyn Circus event, I have no clue what you’ve been doing with your life but you will have the opportunity to redeem yourself very soon.
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Earlier this week a site called VEVO launched. It’s a new website that you can go and watch high quality music videos anytime you want. You may be thinking what I thought when I first heard about. “What makes this different from the other sites I already watch music videos at? Well the first difference being that the majority of your favorite music labels and their corresponding artists are in on the venture. This isn’t YouTube where commercial products quickly get the “This has been removed for copyright violation” stamp because all the content has been approved. In it’s first couple days it’s gotten well over the couple hundred million hit mark, boosting it up the third most viewed website on the internet. Vevo plans to do for music videos what Hulu has done for TV. “The question of whether people want to watch HD television shows on their computer has been answered”, says an article in AdAge. Now Vevo is giving us that same packaging, except in the music video realm — being the primary reason why it was able to soar so high so quickly. I actually haven’t had the opportunity to check the site out in full yet because it was a little laggy and I got a few server error screens, I’m not sure they were prepared for the onslaught. But this is good news. Check it out when you get a chance.
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