Model, Heidi Klum is spotted carrying the MCM Patricia Shoulder Bag in Black arriving at Los Angeles International Airport. The style retails for $650 and is available on www.MCMWorldwide.com.
Saturday, November 18, 2017
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Tuesday, November 7, 2017
|Lucy Hale spotted in Vancouver, British Columbia wearing the Vera Bradley Carson Saddle Bag in Sycamore Mesa Brown. The Vera Bradley style retails at $248 and is currently available on http://www.verabradley.com/|
42ND STREET MOON’S 25th ANNIVERSARY HOLIDAY PRODUCTION OF
THE TONY AWARD-WINNING MUSICAL THE SECRET GARDEN;
ALL-FEMALE CREATIVE TEAM IN HONOR OF AUTHORS MARSHA NORMAN AND LUCY SIMON
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (www.42ndstmoon.org.) – San Francisco’s acclaimed 42nd Street Moon has announced the full cast and creative team for the 2017-2018 season’s Holiday production, the Tony Award-winning family favorite The Secret Garden. Based on the beloved novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett, The Secret Garden has a book and lyrics by Pulitzer Prize-winner Marsha Norman ('night, Mother) and music by Grammy Award-winner Lucy Simon. The Original Broadway Production won two Tony Awards in 1991: Best Book of a Musical (Marsha Norman) and Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical (11-year-old Daisy Eagan, making Eagan the youngest female Tony Award-winner to date). The Secret Garden runs from and will perform at the Gateway Theatre (formerly the Eureka Theatre). The press opening will take place on Tickets range from $25 - $76 and can be purchased through the Box Office at (415) 255-8207 or online at
42nd Street Moon’s production of The Secret Garden will feature an all-female creative team, in honor and celebration of the musical’s authors Marsha Norman and Lucy Simon (and of Frances Hodgson Burnett, who wrote the original novel). The production will be directed by Dyan McBride (42nd Street Moon’s Holiday hitScrooge in Love!), with musical direction by Lauren Mayer and choreography by Robyn Tribuzi (making her 42nd Street Moon debut).
“The Secret Garden is a beautiful story,” said Co-Executive Directors Daren A.C. Carollo and Daniel Thomas, “told with a beautiful score. The themes of love, loss and healing are universal, but we see them here through the filters of unfamiliar time and place, and with a touch of the mystical. Characters shift between protagonist and antagonist; heroes are flawed, broken, hurting, and redeemed, and like any good English story, it’s the servants who are often the wisest among us. The bonds of family and home revealed in The Secret Garden are especially poignant during the holiday season.”
“What haunts us?” added Director Dyan McBride. “How do we move forward in life when the pain of the past is so powerful? Can the natural world speak to us in hidden, magical, healing ways? For me, The Secret Garden is the perfect musical to delve into three of my favorite topics: girls, gardens and ghosts. With a stellar cast and a gifted creative team, I feel privileged to help bring this beautiful show to life.”
Set in 1906, The Secret Garden centers around 11-year-old Mary Lennox, who is orphaned in India and comes to Yorkshire to live with her reclusive uncle and invalid cousin. There she discovers a mysterious and seemingly enchanted garden, and all three come to know forgiveness, renewal and hope. The Secret Garden is a wonderful show for the whole family to enjoy at the holiday season!
The cast of The Secret Garden will be led by Katie Maupin as “Mary Lennox” and Brian Watson as “Archibald Craven”, both making their 42nd Street Moon debuts. The Company also features Edward Hightower* as “Neville Craven,” Tyler Groshong as “Colin,” Sharon Rietkerk* as “Lily,” Keith Pinto* as “Dickon” and Heather Orth as “Martha,” as well as Amanda Johnson*, Ryan Lee Henry, Scott Hayes, Michael Mohammed, Lucinda Hitchcock Cone*, Corinne Rydman (42nd Street Moon debut), Terry McLaughlin (42nd Street Moon debut) and Anjali Blacker.
In addition to Ms. McBride, Ms. Mayer and Ms. Tribuzi, the creative team will include Brian Watson as Scenic Designer, Rebecca Valentino as Costume Designer, Darcia Tipton as Properties Designer, Alicia Lerner* as Stage Manager and Lauren Howry as Assistant Stage Manager.
*Appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association.
Following The Secret Garden, 42nd Street Moon’s 25th Anniversary season will continue in 2018 with the Northern California Debut of Stephen Sondheim's rarely produced 215 Jackson St, San Francisco, CA 94111). More information on 42nd Street Moon’s 25thAnniversary Season is available online at www.42ndstmoon.org/2017-2018-
Subscriptions are on-sale now and may be purchased online at www.42ndstmoon.org or by calling the Box Office at (415) 255-8207 (Tues. – Fri., ). Single tickets for all productions are now on-sale.
42nd Street Moon celebrates and preserves the art and spirit of the American Musical Theatre. The organization contributes to its evolution and continuing vitality by presenting intimately produced performances of classic and rarely performed musical works. Through productions, educational programs, and community outreach, 42nd Street Moon is committed to increasing the awareness and appreciation of the rich heritage and cultural perspective of the musical theatre and its vast influence on the world stage. For more information, visit: www.42ndstmoon.org.
Company: Brian Watson as "Archibald Craven" (42nd Street Moon debut), Edward Hightower* as "Neville Craven," Katie Maupin as "Mary Lennox" (42nd Street Moon debut), Tyler Groshong as "Colin," Sharon Rietkerk* as "Lily," Keith Pinto* as "Dickon," Heather Orth as "Martha," Amanda Johnson* as "Rose/Dreamer," Ryan Lee Henry as "Albert/Dreamer," Scott Hayes as "Ben/Lt. Wright/Dreamer," Michael Mohammed as "Fakir/Dreamer," Lucinda Hitchcock Cone* as "Mrs. Medlock/Dreamer," Corinne Rydman as "Claire/Dreamer" (42nd Street Moon debut), Terry McLaughlin as "Major Holmes/Dreamer" (42nd Street Moon debut) and Anjali Blacker as "Ayah/Dreamer."
Book & Lyrics by Marsha Norman
Music by Lucy Simon
Based on the Novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett
Director Dyan McBride
Music Director Lauren Mayer
Choreographer Robyn Tribuz
Scenic Designer: Brian Watson
Costume Designer: Rebecca Valentino
Properties Designer: Darcia Tipton
Stage Manager: Alicia Lerner*
Assistant Stage Manager: Lauren Howry
FOR CALENDAR EDITORS:
WHAT: 42nd Street Moon’s production of The Secret Garden.
(press opening on ).
- ; ; ;
WHERE: Gateway Theatre, 215 Jackson St, San Francisco, CA 94111.
RUNNING TIME: 2 hours and 30 minutes (including a 15-minute intermission).
TICKETS: $25 - $76 and may be purchased online at www.42ndstmoon.org
Monday, October 23, 2017
Its that's time again to capture your inner most desirable alter ego! HALLOWEEN is your time to be that sultry mermaid even captivating wicked witch with curve appeal, but to those with big hearts but naughty desires a nurse costume is in order for that emergency. Melonhopper is your one stop shop for stepping outside of the same old boring costumes, this year add some sizzle to your one night to capture the night of any party. With shipping all over and wide range of select choices to make sure you won't have the same costumes across the room. You'll find on https://www.melonhopper.com/? For your needs with global shipping and handling to secure your package delivery! Follow on social media Instagram @melonhopper be sure to catch the sales and highlighted specials, make this year your own note worthy event!
Tuesday, July 11, 2017
Looking around today we often see despaired neighborhoods, broken communities among youth looking for inspiration to move forward with promise of a better future! Former NBA star Rashad McCants has been a beacon of lighting in a gray to dark area. Stirring the direction calling all into action using his platform to generate the appeal of social media attention. Why social media, we all see the post of clubs and parties even the exposure of new alcohols or mixology creations but only on occasions do we really see do gooders giving back and clean or even simple kind gestures of hope. We've looked around the globe to pray for others or to comment on how grave living conditions are but now more then ever the call again on this side of reformation. Show how you are willing to be a helping hand, hold a door, help someone cross the street. A step further feeding the homeless simple brown bag lunches to hand out, a few dollars to fill stomachs, even a smile when tears have lost effect. This call to action has been a force to be seen and joined.
Social Media Challenge Call:
Via @d4sm #repost "WE MUST BECOME THE CHANGE WE WANT TO SEE IN THE WORLD" #FactsOnly
#D4SM Client #RashadMcCants Leads Pro #Ballers into Uncharted Territory
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
Hope you’re well. May we have 1-2 minutes of your time to support a worthy initiative? We would be grateful if you would join in and repost the below message or create your own message on your respective social media platforms. Tell your colleagues and clients to join in as well to help spread this positive message about how we all can #DoUrPart in any aspect of life. BIG3 client Rashad McCants is doing his part by helping to eradicate hunger and end homelessness.
Please tag #rashadmccants and use #hashtag #DoUrPart so we can hear your personal testimony and story.
Instagram @RashadMcCants Post (PLEASE REPOST )
If we ALL do our part, we ALL win! As a son, a brother, a father, a team player, a businessman - I know my position, my part, and the duty of service I owe to many others in need.
What are you doing to help others? What's your part? Hashtag #DoUrPart and tell me what you're doing as a part of the community to change, make a difference.
I am doing my part by partnering with #PerDiemsAgainstPoverty to end hunger, homelessness and provide opportunities for the underserved.
Saturday, July 8, 2017
Semi Couture Presentation
during Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week
FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE ROCK FANS AT SOLD OUT FENWAY PARK
Friday, July 7, 2017
E! News Exclusive: The Real Story Behind Ben Affleck’s ''Down to Earth'' Girlfriend Lindsay Shookus
E! News http://www.eonline.com/news/
More on E! News at 7p and 11p ET/PT.
A source tells E! News that the Saturday Night Live producer and the Oscar-winning actor have "been friends for a while but things got romantic [between the two] only recently."
The new duo was seen together for the first time just last night when they stepped out on the town for a late bite to eat.
And despite the rumor mill going into overdrive about the relatively new romance, a close friend tells us that Lindsay is "the kindest person" and "down to earth."
The insider adds that "Lindsay is the girl next door. She's completely unpretentious. She is fiercely loyal to her friends. She's a rock to them and her family. She's the friend that is there during good and hard times and she's the first person to show up next to your side."
Last night, E! News exclusively reported that the couple has been spending quality time together this summer and even traveled to London together last week for a quick getaway.
We're told Lindsay and Ben have plenty in common between focusing on their successful careers in the entertainment industry, remaining on positive terms with their respective exes and making sure that their children are their first priority.
The close friend adds that Lindsay remains good friends with her ex and that she even threw him a birthday party this year.
"They grew in different directions and ultimately made a mutual decision to go their separate ways. They are truly the definition of great co-parents and respect each other immensely. Both are so committed to their daughter. She spends every second she has with her daughter."
The same goes for Ben and his ex Jennifer Garner as the two have maintained a united front for the sake of the three children.
In fact, just this past week for the Fourth of July, the two were seen taking in a local fair with their little ones in Los Angeles.
Ben and Jennifer filed for divorce back in April of this year, with joint filings, two years after announcing that they were ending their 10-year marriage.