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Blake Lively shows off her legs in bold check dress as she flirts up a storm with husband Ryan Reynolds at Final Portrait premiere in NYC

 

Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds made a rare red carpet appearance together Thursday night in New York at the premiere for their friend Stanley Tucci's film Final Portrait

City of Sunny Isles Beach Creates New Public Arts Advisory Committee

Sunny Isles Beach is accepting applications for the new Public Arts Advisory Committee , created to notify the City Commission on any kind of public art. If you are a professionally trained artist, engineer or planner, PAAC will needs your affinity for artwork to help create a beacon of artwork and cultural diversity.

 

Committee members will operate on a professional bono-basis and must possess qualifications in at least one of the following abilities: visual or graphic arts, design and architecture, urban planning, public art and place-making curation, technology, digital and display design and professionally trained artists.

 

Participants of PAAC serve two-year terms from Jan. 1, 2018, through Dec. 31, 2020. Five candidates will be chosen to notify the Commission and make recommendations with respect to overall public art policy, methodology and choice of art to be placed on City-owned property, public arts projects and applications along with other artistic-related tasks determined by the City Commission or City Manager.

 

"We made a Cultural Master Plan to build cultural and arts programming designed for the evolution and fruition of innovative projects and spaces," says Sunny Isles Beach City Manager Chris Russo. "We anticipate this new Public Arts Advisory Committee will decorate what is already known as the 'gem' of Sunny Isles Beach."

 

To apply send a letter stating your qualifications, willingness in serving on this committee and availability to serve. Document your letter with the Office of the City Clerk in 18070 Collins Ave., 4th Floor, Sunny Isles Beach, Florida 33160.

 

Committee meetings will be planned at least three months in advance with no more than 10 meetings expected in any particular calendar year. Members must be ready to comply with procedures and requirements.

 

For more information about the Public Arts Advisory Committee visit newswire sunny isles public arts

 

Chris Hemsworth Takes a Quick Nap on a Public Bench and Still Manages to Look Like a Total Movie Star

While waiting for his flight in Tofino, Canada, on Sunday, Chris Hemsworth decided to grab some shut-eye on an outdoor bench and still managed to look like a total movie star.

 

Source: http://et.tv/2DIAtDg

Khloé Kardashian Preps for Baby in Cleveland

John Oliver Fights Mike Pence Using a Gay Bunnies Book

John Oliver has just one pleasant thing to say about Mike Pence: he likes the vice president has a pet bunny named Marlon Bundo. That bunny got some national attention earlier this month, once the family declared that Pence's daughter Charlotte had written a children's book about the critter, titled Marlon Bundo's A Day in the life span of the Vice President. Pence's spouse, Karen, drew the illustrations to the publication as well.

 

However, while Oliver can begrudgingly admit that Marlon Bundo is "a great name for a rabbit," he dislikes everything else about the V.P. At a very long segment on Sunday's Last Week Tonight, Oliver took his distaste to the next level by declaring that staff author Jill Twiss had penned her own edition of a Bundo book. Here is the spin: it's about two-star bunnies falling in love, its own audiobook features out celebrities like Jim Parsons and RuPaul, plus it is literally available to purchase right now. Oh, and all proceeds go to the L.G.B.T.Q. a nonprofit company called Trevor Project.

 

By purchasing the book, "you'd do a nice thing in a very dickish manner--and isn't that the dream at the end of the day?" Oliver stated, in an appeal to his viewers.

 

This revelation was the juicy plot spin of a 20-minute segment that dragged Pence and his policies, dismantling the veep's reputation for being the "old, dull, principled comparison to Donald Trump. " Oliver went down a laundry list of Pence's greatest hits and missed, including his ability to dodge questions about Trump's most brazen lies, his conservative belief that women should not serve in the army, and his long-held stance against the L.G.B.T.Q. community.

 

Oliver went deepest on this latter issue, focusing on his own engagement with the Christian conservative organization Focus on the Family, a group that opposes same-sex marriage, and it has encouraged conversion treatment previously. This was when Oliver chose to turn his focus to Bundo, legitimately the "most likable thing about an otherwise unlikable man."

 

While the late-night host was ready to enjoy Bundo along with his ridiculous new publication without reservation, he also discovered that among the stops around the Bundo publication tour included a Focus on the Family event in Colorado.

 

"So, Pence, you managed to ruin Marlon Bundo!" he exclaimed. "Today, none of us can enjoy a novel about your rabbit--or can we?"

 

 

 

That is when Oliver pulled out the Last Week team's Bundo book, officially throwing down the gauntlet. Not only was the book made available on Sunday, one day before the Pence family's version, using a title suspiciously similar to that of another book--but it's also on the pettily named Web sites betterbundobook.com and focusonthefurmily.com.

 

"This is a book for kids," Oliver reiterated. "This isn't some adult publication telling Mike Pence to go fuck himself although, in buying it, that is precisely what you would be doing."

Braless Cardi B almost spills out of her hot pink blazer during performance in Florida

Cardi B went braless in her blazer, showing off a liberal amount of cleavage while covering up her stomach.

She teamed her statement jacket with a pair of matching trousers, set off with simple strappy heels.

Kylie Jenner Shares First Look at Baby Stormi's Face

 

'Baywatch' star sued over dead dog she pet sitted

Former "Baywatch" star-turned-pet sitter Angelica Bridges has been sued by a customer who asserts her puppy died in the actress' care.

 

Bridges is best referred to as the voluptuous Taylor Walsh at the "Baywatch" series but appears to have taken to a career as a dog sitter through the firm Rover.

 

In accordance with legal papers obtained by SFGate.com, an undercover plaintiff stated she hired Bridges in April 2017 to watch her 1-year-old Papillon called Snoopy through Rover, a company that sets up dog owners with dog sitters. The plaintiff is also currently suing Rover.

 

The plaintiff alleges that a psychological support pet, Snoopy, slipped under an opening in Bridges' fence and was fatally hit by a car.

 

 

"The contrast between what Rover states and what Rover does could not be starker," the plaintiff's attorney, Rob Tauler of Tauler Smith, said in an announcement to SFGate.com. "Rover claims that sitters are accepted by experts and that it takes less than 20% of potential sitters, but this is not true."

 

She's currently seeking damages for costs and psychological stress.

 

Agents for Rover and Bridges did not immediately return for comment.

This Classic French Basket Bag Comes With an Italian Twist

 

Low temperatures and snow-covered streets may not have stopped Jane Birkin from toting around her beloved basket bags, pairing them with everything from ribbed turtlenecks to fur shrugs, but those of us without that certain je ne sais quoi may reserve our own baskets for warmer climes. 

Pros & Cons of Paid & Free Press Release Distribution Services

After crafting your press release, your objective would be to spread it, so many individuals as you can read it. One way to do so is to have a business.

 

What is press release distribution?

 

They are businesses which distribute your releases to sites and several places. This way, it can be available to the press and audiences.

 

You can submit releases to supply services that could print them on papers or magazines, distribution sites and news and media outlets. Newswire services are very useful for journalists searching.

 

Two types of Distribution Services:

 

Paid providers such as Newswire offer distinct distribution packages. The prices of bundles vary based on characteristics, media distribution, and analytics, updates. Also, they post releases to their sites.

 

These companies publish releases on their websites without any payment if you elect for services. Startups and tiny companies with little to zero budget for promotion are often tempted to get their services.

 

Below are a few pros and cons of those two services, to know whether you'd go for supply.

 

Experts of Distribution:

 

  • You don't have to worry about paying for publishing your releases.
  • Social media posting of your releases is allowed by you.
  • You would like to get the word out about your story, not or whether a desirable result is.

 

Disadvantages of Free Distribution:

 

Getting solutions might appear attractive. But, do not forget that you get what you pay for.

 

  • Free services don't distribute your releases, but only publish them on their websites for a limited time. Most companies ask for an upgrade fee if you'd like it to be distributed.
  • They add links and Google ads on releases that prompt the audience to leave the page.
  • They do not have customer services. You can not do anything about it if you discovered that there is a typo mistake in the discharge.
  • Clients don't get analytics or monitoring reports. About how much their releases have reached they are left clueless.
  • Google treats most free supply services "spam" and only as "press release directories," which can hurt your search engine optimization ranks.

 

Experts in Paid Supply:

 

  • It is cheap in the long run.
  • They send releases including portals and news websites, media, search engines and databases. They also publish it.
  • Most firms have a help desk and 24 7 services.
  • You understand your releases are all performing. They deliver you a tracking and metric reports in which it appears on the web, and that reveal how many people seen it, unique visitors.
  • Brands have the choice to select the extent of the reach of the own releases. They can elect for a city, state, local, regional or national, depending on their own payment.
  • It provides results.

 

Cons of Paid Supply:

 

Brands complain that the only loophole in getting PR paid services is they don't get their desired marketing. Pitch directly to journalists, if you want to receive the most exposure of your releases.

 

While solutions can save a lot of money, do not rely on them breaking stories or when announcing news. They can not provide benefits, so you might not invest in this kind of distribution support.

 

If you want to earn the cut through media releases, spend paying for press release distribution services like BusinessWire and PR Newswire that may give real media concessions. You can pitch to journalists and get services that are paid to make the most of your PR campaigns and results.

 

 

Have you ever used a paid or free distribution service? Which do you think offers a much better result?

 

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