Digital media strategist, writer and editor. Columnist for outlets such as HelloGiggles, Redbook, eHow, Disney and Nickelodeon. Former TV writer for "The Bold and the Beautiful." Alumna of Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.
From rock 'n' roll tunes of the '50s to the high-tech boom of the '90s-the Boeing Rose Parade float, "Through the Years," celebrates 50 years of good times. Taking viewers on a trip down memory lane on New Year's Day, the Boeing float concludes with a salute to American ingenuity and freedom everywhere.
OLIVE, N.J., Sept. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- An innovative new Web site, http://www.freshstarts.com, featuring Team Antioxidant, is now available to. educate kids, parents and teachers about the importance of obtaining proper. nutrition through a number of entertaining online resources and tools. site was created by BASF Corporation's Human Nutrition group, to encourage.
Use our Twibbon for Brain Tumor Awareness Month to show your support on social media. Brain Tumor Awareness Month begins on May 1, but we believe the conversation about brain tumors is too big for just one month. That’s why we’ve developed the “May and Every Day” campaign, with awareness tools such as educational information, patient stories on social media and a new public service announcement.
WEST CHESTER, Pa., Dec. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Cephalon, Inc. today announced that it has received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug. Administration (FDA) to market PROVIGIL(R) (modafinil) Tablets, a new, non- amphetamine drug to improve wakefulness in patients with excessive daytime. sleepiness (EDS) associated with narcolepsy.
These stakeholders include employees who must own the evolving brand, investors and media who must understand the brand, and customers who must trust the brand. Achieving global brand identity involves a number of challenges, including distinguishing Boeing S&C to gain a sustainable competitive advantage in a world that largely identifies Boeing as the plane manufacturer.
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The Arcada Theatre in St. Charles hasn't changed much since it opened in 1926, its Spanish-style decor featuring a frescoed dome, vine-covered walls and a balcony trimmed in dark wood. On weekends, audiences are still treated to live music on a pipe organ that rises from the floor. But there's one throwback to the early days of motion pictures that customers don't notice: The Arcada still receives its movies on film reels shipped in large metal canisters.
In a world that feeds comedians with an endless stream of material – bad drivers and in-laws and leather jogging pants… oh my! – why has the subject of women’s weight, of all things, become their go-to “joke”? Making fun of women’s looks isn’t just mean – it’s also bad comedy. Lame, lazy, snore-worthy comedy.