- Created on Thursday, 02 August 2012 13:01
Laurel J. Richie has more than three decades of experience in consumer marketing, corporate branding, public relations, and corporate management, with a long track record of developing award-winning campaigns that transform brands and drive business results. As President of the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA), she oversees all of the league's day-to-day business and league operations.
- Created on Thursday, 02 August 2012 12:09
For movies opening August 3, 2012
BIG BUDGET FILMS
"Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days" (PG for rude humor) Third installment in the underdog-friendly franchise finds hapless protagonist Greg (Zachary Gordon) hanging out with his portly pal Rowley (Robert Capron) and pretending to be employed at a country club after all his summer vacation plans fall through. With Steve Zahn, Devon Bostick and Rachael Harris.
- Created on Thursday, 26 July 2012 16:19
Here, Mario Van Peebles and his 18-year-old son, Mandela talk about the movie, "We the Party," a coming-of-age comedy, which might be best thought of as an African-American variation on "American Pie" (1999).
Kam Williams: Hi Mario and Mandela, thanks for the interview. You know, back in '79, I had the honor of running part of the Boston Marathon alongside Melvin Van Peebles. Your father's one of my idols.
Mario: Cool, man.
- Created on Thursday, 26 July 2012 15:26
"Christian & Daddy Go Shopping" by Stanley Steppes is the first book in a series entitled "Money Smart Kids," which is designed to teach children about topics such as earning, spending, saving and giving. The book provides age-appropriate lessons for understanding money and designing spending plans. It's a much-needed tool for parents seeking ways to groom an entrepreneur.
Carlee McCullough: Tell us about yourself.
Stanley Steppes: I am a wealth advisor and a native of Kalamazoo, Mich., where I still reside with my beautiful wife, Abra, and our two boys, Christian (the featured character in the book) and Carter.
- Created on Thursday, 26 July 2012 15:24
No other character on television has touched our hearts the way that George Jefferson did. Here's a character that came up from nothing and became a successful businessman. As a matter of fact, he became synonymous with the phrase "moving on up".