I had the good fortune to watch three legends perform together at Catalina Bar & Grill in Hollywood, CA, on May 15, 2012. They were drummer Jack DeJohnette, bassist Stanley Clarke, and pianist Chick Corea; and they were in concert celebrating Jack DeJohnette’s 70th birthday. The sounds coming from Catalina’s stage that evening could send a jazz lover straight to heaven.
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This thought provoking photo essay conjures up all kinds of images of our country. In honor of our Independence (and fourth of July), Agenda Magazine and “The Statement” present “Green America.”
If you’re Christian it’s a person at conception. If you’re just moral it’s a person once it forms fingers, toes and a face. If you’re a democrat it’s a welfare check. If you’re republican, it’s a means to control a woman’s place. Women still make only 56% of a man’s salary doing the exact same job. Oh yeah . . . we’re all equal. Just sayin’!
I live in Los Angeles . . . home of Hollywood stars, celebrities, and California surfer girls with long blonde tresses, golden tans, and perfect bodies and faces. Now we all know, many of them didn’t start out so perfect—a nip here, a tuck there, and a bit of a bosom boost between! How many women these days haven’t had a few surgical adjustments to help them look so beautiful and dazzling?
In a world of slick packaging and so-called miracle makeup, Rouge Bunny Rouge has set out to remind us of the reason we all started playing with makeup in the first place. The whimsical packaging and fairytale presentation transports us back to a time of innocence.
Our Patriotic theme for the cover story of Agenda was specific in more ways than one. In order to pull off the perfect look on four distinctly different ethnicities, we had to choose our tools carefully.
Every year, in the month of July, we are reminded of who we are, and where we are as a country. We set aside politics, gender, ethnicity, and religion and stand as a nation to celebrate the day we declared our independence. At Agenda, we wanted to take a “fashionable” approach to this patriotic practice, with an intentionally diverse cover story.
Dr. Arthur Glosman is a general and cosmetic dentist based in Beverly Hills, and he says lips need just as much protection as any other part of the body. Lips can get sunburned, and make you susceptible for harmful oral and mouth cancers.
Check out this artistic video shoot of “Last of the Malibu Sun” produced by Jeff Linett for The Statement.
Cheers to a Project Ethos Night of Cute-Themed Cocktails, a Breathtaking Collection from a Boston Fashion Designer, and Boys on the Catwalk!By Elana Pruitt | July 1st, 2012 | Category: Articles, Interviews and Reviews, Fashion | 1 Comment »
Project Ethos returned to Avalon Hollywood on June 19, 2012, kicking off summer with its signature showcase of fashion, music, and art. It’s the blend of creative inspiration that always gets my blood pumpin’ a little faster and my heart skippin’ along.