WildAid, a wildlife conservation group working to end the illegal wildlife trade and the poaching of elephant ivory, shark fins and rhino horn, has partnered with the filmmakers of Jurassic World, as well as star Bryce Dallas Howard, to produce a PSA campaign helping to save the endangered rhinoceros from extinction.
They say a glass of wine a day keeps doctor away. Although at Vintage Hollywood, there was probably more than just one glass…
On June 9, Vintage Hollywood raised more than $200,000 at its annual food and wine tasting event, benefiting The People Concern, one of LA’s largest nonprofits fighting homelessness.
Lee and London is very excited to announce that The People Concern hosted the Inaugural “Celebrating Change” gala! The People Concern is a nonprofit organization striving to end homelessness in Los Angeles. All money raised at the gala will go directly toward helping the homeless in Los Angeles by providing services like mental health care, housing services, domestic violence services, life skills, income assistance, medical care and outreach.
1. Get an internship, or two, or three- Most PR agencies will not consider you a “strong” applicant for an entry level postion unless you have had at least two (or even three) internships within the field. Learn all you can in your internships and show potential employers you’ve learned the basic PR skills, like navigating clipping services, producing coverage reports and building media lists. These tasks may seem basic, but they are time consuming to learn, and an internship is the best way to get familiar with programs like Cision, Burrelles, SproutSocial and Vocus. (more…)
(November 5, 2017 – San Diego) Redwood Media Group, which owns and operates Art San Diego along with five other art shows: Artexpo New York, Artexpo Las Vegas, Spectrum Miami, Red Dot Miami, and Art Santa Fe, announced today that after a successful move to the Wyland Center at Del Mar Fairgrounds, Art San Diego will return Oct. 18–21, 2018. (more…)
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week used to be only for the eyes of the elite. Major celebrities, socialites, and magazine editors would descend on New York to get first-looks at what designers had in store for the upcoming season. The general public would have to wait six months for the looks to hit newsstands before they would even get a glimpse of the runway looks. But then the internet happened and what used to live only in the glossies, exploded online! Now with their polished fingers, the fashion elite can instantly post snapped Instragram shots of the shows as they are happening in real time for all digital eyes to see. It’s as if everybody has a front row seat! And, this year, Instagram made its biggest showing. Click the link to check out the great video posted by Racked :How Instagram Took Over Fashion Week
It’s been an amazing and intense few weeks, but moving day has come and its nothing like the Secret of NiMH. we are finally moved in to our new office space located in between Normal Heights and University Heights! We fell in love with the building’s character and the unique design details. So if you’re in the neighborhood, drop by and say “hello!” We’re at 2305 Meade Ave.