2011 Cause Marketing Forum - An Interview with Lawrence Bracco, Chief Executive Officer of Donate My Card. Cause Marketing Forum, a membership organization that helps businesses and nonprofits succeed together, 3BL Media, a leading CSR and sustainability communications company, and Causecast, the premier cause integration platform for nonprofits and brands have partnered to raise awareness about organization' efforts and progress around cause marketing and corporate social responsibility efforts by producing one on one interviews with some of the leading cause professionals to discuss their opportunities, challenges and solutions.
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The other Britney, Britney Mezzetta, chats up Susan Sarandon, Mandy Moore, Lorraine Bracco, LeAnn Rimes, Jamie-Lynn Sigler and others as a special correspondent for igotshotgun on the red carpet at the 2007 BRICK Awards.
WARNER BROS. CONSUMER PRODUCTS AND CRYSTALLIZED™ — SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS KICK-OFF MERCEDES-BENZ FASHION WEEK WITH A RUBY CRYSTAL-STUDDED 70th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF THE WIZARD OF OZ
Dorothy Steps into the 21st Century with The Wizard of Oz Ruby Slipper Collection, revealed at Saks Fifth Avenue Gala in New York
"If Dorothy were living in the 21st century, what would she wear?" was the question answered by The Wizard of Oz Ruby Slipper Collection, a creative re-interpretation of one of film's most iconic and revered symbols which has captured the hearts and imaginations of people the world over. In celebration of the 70th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz in 2009, Warner Bros. Consumer Products in partnership with CRYSTALLIZED™ — Swarovski Elements, invited the world's top shoe designers to reinterpret Dorothy's iconic Ruby Slippers for modern times.
To kick-off Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, The Wizard of Oz Ruby Slipper Collection was officially unveiled to celebrities and "fashionistas" on September 4 at an in-store gala event at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York City in their famous 10022-SHOE — the designer shoe salon that's so big it has its own zip code. The red carpet event was attended by such notables as Lindsay Price, Molly Sims, Lorraine Bracco, Nina Garcia, Stuart Weitzman, Betsey Johnson, Nigel Barker, Gloria Reuben, Bobby Flay, Stephanie March, Perrey Reeves, Pamella Roland and Wendy Williams.
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Buy it on Blu-ray and DVD at wbshop****. From Nicholas Pileggi’s true-life bestseller Wiseguy, GoodFellas explores the criminal life like no other movie. Directed and co-written by Martin Scorsese, it was judged 1990’s Best Picture by the New York, Los Angeles and National Society of Fil m Critics. Electrifying performances abound and from a standout cast that includes Robert De Niro, Ray Liotta, Lorraine Bracco and Paul Sorvino, Joe Pesci walked off with the Best Supporting Actor Academy Award.
The Sopranos The Complete Series - Review Cheapest Price
The Sopranos: The Complete First Season-The Sopranos, writer-producer-director David Chase's extraordinary television series, is nominally an urban gangster drama, but its true impact strikes closer to home: Like 1999's other screen touchstone, American Beauty, the HBO series chronicles a dysfunctional, suburban American family in bold relief. And for protagonist Tony Soprano, there's the added complexity posed by heading twin families, his collegial mob clan and his own, nouveau riche brood.
The series' brilliant first season is built around what Tony learns when, whipsawed between those two worlds, he finds himself plunged into depression and seeks psychotherapy--a gesture at odds with his midlevel capo's machismo, yet instantly recognizable as a modern emotional test. With analysis built into the very spine of the show's elaborate episodic structure, creator Chase and his formidable corps of directors, writers, and actors weave an unpredictable series of parallel and intersecting plot arcs that twist from tragedy to farce to social realism. While creating for a smaller screen, they enjoy a far larger canvas than a single movie would afford, and the results, like the very best episodic television, attain a richness and scope far closer to a novel than movies normally get.
Unlike Francis Coppola's operatic dramatization of Mario Puzo's Godfather epic, The Sopranos sustains a poignant, even mundane intimacy in its focus on Tony, brought to vivid life by James Gandolfini's mercurial performance. Alternately seductive, exasperated, fearful, and murderous, Gandolfini is utterly convincing even when executing brutal shifts between domestic comedy and dramatic violence. Both he and the superb team of Italian-American actors recruited as his loyal (and, sometimes, not-so-loyal) henchmen and their various "associates" make this mob as credible as the evocative Bronx and New Jersey locations where the episodes were filmed.
The first season's other life force is Livia Soprano, Tony's monstrous, meddlesome mother. As Livia, the late Nancy Marchand eclipses her long career of patrician performances to create an indelibly earthy, calculating matriarch who shakes up both families; Livia also serves as foil and rival to Tony's loyal, usually level-headed wife, Carmela (Edie Falco). Lorraine Bracco makes Tony's therapist, Dr. Melfi, a convincing confidante, by turns "professional," perceptive, and sexy; the duo's therapeutic relationship is also depicted with uncommon accuracy. Such grace notes only enrich what's not merely an aesthetic high point for commercial television, but an absorbing film masterwork that deepens with subsequent screenings.
Homicide detective Jane Rizzoli (Angie Harmon) and forensic pathologist Maura Isles (Sasha Alexander) are close friends, complete opposites and on the case in all 15 gritty episodes based on the best-selling novels by Tess Gerritsen. Season Two sees brash Jane healing emotional and physical scars as old loves re-appear and her mother Angela (Lorraine Bracco) deals with divorce. Meanwhile Jane’s ex-con brother Tommy (Colin Egglesfield) has eyes for cerebral Maura, whose own family life is complicated by her adoptive mother Constance (Jacqueline Bisset) and a biological dad with a link to the Mob. And in an explosive season finale, Jane must choose between her job and Maura. Can the friendship survive? *******bit.ly/ISlEkF