Whoa! Who said you couldn’t use trick shots in game situations? This kid was surely the big man on campus for a few days after this one!
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The interview, which was filmed Monday, will air in two separate segments on Winfrey’s network (beginning on Thursday).
Although Armstrong had already been found guilty and stripped of his Tour de France victories, the confession still caught many by surprise. This coming after years of denying any use of performance-enhancing drugs.
Winfrey said that Armstrong was “forthcoming” throughout the interview and that while he “did not come clean in the manner that I expected,” she did say she was “satisfied by his answers.”
Along with being stripped of his Tour de France victories, the World Anti-Doping Agency banned him for life from sports. The WADA said that a confession under oath would be needed to reduce Armstrong’s lifetime ban. Read more
In direct contrast to the many stereotypes (and in many cases, sad truths) surrounding the fashion and beauty industries, MAC Cosmetics is portraying beauty in its own way.
The text underneath the photo reads, “Strike a powerful pose. Stand out and redefine the notion of beauty in a colour collection too irresistible to ignore.”
The style of the photography used in the ad highlights Jelena’s femininity while in no way attempting to hide her incredible physique. The balance of the two goes a long way to show that MAC Cosmetics wasn’t doing this for purely shock value. Read more
As more and more people skip through or ignore commercials altogether, advertisers and networks have had to come up with creative solutions in order to get ads in front of viewers.
The renowned chef and outspoken television personality sat down to watch the final 2 episodes of his long-running show, No Reservations, when he discovered the ads. They were integrated in such a way that you didn’t even realize it was an advertisement until it was halfway through.
An art student turned publicity superstar, Susan Blond is no stranger to excitement and adventure.
From acting in multiple Andy Warhol films to becoming the 1st female VP of a record company at that time (CBS), Susan worked with Michael Jackson, Sade, Boy George, Meatloaf and more.
“I think the only reason I was successful was that I could still see as an artist, and so I could see what the artists were going through”, said Blond.
After 13 years with CBS, she decided to strike out on her own and founded Susan Blond, Inc. 25 years ago.
Always quick to offer a word of advice, or “Blond Tips” as she calls them, Susan reminds everyone on the importance of staying relevant and to “never get old”.
Read more about the interview from Media Bistro TV’s “My First Big Break” Series here.
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