Monday, May 24, 2010
NOONE and FENIX present Media Arrival 6:30PM Red Carpet 7PM Reception 7PM - 8PM Live Performances 8:30PM For press/media submissions: firstname.lastname@example.org OR for donations/sponsorships: email@example.com -------------------- SAVE UP TO $10 PER TICKET. BUY ONLINE! GENERAL ADMISSION (USE DISCOUNT CODE: 5OFF TO GET $5 OFF) ENTITLES YOU: - ACCESS TO VENUE AND VIEWING AREA. ---------------------- VIP ADMISSION (USE DISCOUNT CODE: 10OFF TO GET $10 OFF) ENTITLES YOU TO THE FOLLOWING: - ACCESS TO VENUE AND VIP VIEWING AREA - HOSTED BAR FOR ONE HOUR - MEET AND GREET CELEBRITIES AND PERFORMERS - VIP GIFT BAGS - SNACKS/TREATS Note: A portion of the proceeds will go to ‘Mama na Dada’ Girls Soccer Team. For more information on the charity or to donate: www.mamanadada.org SPONSORS:
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Special Performances by:
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Special Invited Guests:
Girls of Playboy Golf, Jeff Timmons, Anthony Michael Hall, Cory Feldman, Damion Hall (GUY), Mark McMillian (former Philadelphia Eagle), TY James (daughter of Rick James), Candy Spelling, Shane West (ER), Michael Chiklis (Shield / Fantastic Four), Jerry Wientraub (Ocean‟s Eleven) and Jason Ensler (West Wing, Scrubs, My Name Is Earl), Mark DeCarlo (Taste of America), Kate Flannery (The Office), Paul Ben Victor (In Plain Site), Brian Howe (Pursuit of Happyness), Ken Davitian (Borat), The Real Housewives of OC, Chuy (Chelsea Lately), TI, Michael Vick, Paul Ben Victor, Robert Evans, Brian Sher, Kasia Muoto, Holly Robinson Peete (The Celebrity Apprentice), Rodney Peete (NFL Quarterback), and many others…
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Media Arrival 6:30PM
Red Carpet 7PM
Reception 7PM - 8PM
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- VIP GIFT BAGS
Note: A portion of the proceeds will go to ‘Mama na Dada’ Girls Soccer Team. For more information on the charity or to donate: www.mamanadada.org
Sunday, May 23, 2010
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
CINCINNATI -- Cincinnati native and one-time "Dancing with the Stars" champion Drew Lachey is a proud father.
Monday, May 10, 2010
When MTV canceled "Taking the Stage" last week, co-creator Nick Lachey was philosophical: "These things happen."
In a guarded conversation, the 1992 School for Creative & Performing Arts graduate admitted he didn't like some changes MTV made for the second and final season, which ended April 15.
MTV cut it to 30 minutes from an hour and moved it from 10 p.m. to 11 p.m., when many SCPA students were in bed.
"I wasn't in favor of the half-hour (format), or the 11 p.m. time slot," he says. "But at the end of the day, to make a few concessions to keep the show on the air (this year) were the right decisions."
He did not discuss MTV's casting. Six of the stars this year were transfer students new to SCPA.
The former College Hill resident said he tried "every way possible" to get MTV to order a third season showing SCPA's new $72-million Central Parkway building.
"We know the decision wasn't an easy one," says Lachey, who filmed another Cincinnati Bell TV commercial on Fountain Square Monday.
Lachey first pitched the series to a previous MTV regime. He praised MTV "for sticking with it," shooting two pilots, and airing two seasons.
A MTV official said Wednesday the network was "incredibly proud of the show. And we're very grateful to the city and schools to let us in and have so much access."
Under MTV's 2007 contract with Cincinnati Public Schools, the network paid $10,000 per episode and had rights to shoot six seasons.
Lachey said "Taking the Stage" accomplished all of his goals. It raised SCPA's profile, increased enrollment and made Cincinnati look beautiful to MTV's audience.
"We restocked the talent at the school. We showed the beauty of Over-the-Rhine and the city's incredible architecture," he says.
MTV showed "just how special that school is, and has given some students there the rare opportunity to... expose their talents to the world. I attribute a lot of (my) success to my personal experience in that school," he says.
Friday, May 7, 2010
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Please have this video playing in the background while you read this post. I pinky promise it will make the entire experience much more enjoyable. I'll wait while you turn up your volume.
Monday was a stressful day at work. I had a billion and a half things to get done, PLUS I had a giant final exam later that night to worry about. Around 3:30p my co-worker runs in my office and whispers "Nick Lachey is filming a commercial on the square - come with me." Without a second of hesitation, I grabbed my phone [the only camera I had on me] and we left. Mayhaps I should give a little background for all you blog friends from around the country...
I work in downtown Cincinnati. Nick Lachey is from Cincinnati. He went to HS at a creative and performing arts school in the city. Which I can see from my office window. The same school where "Taking the Stage" on MTV is filmed [and I believe he is a producer for the show?]. He also does commercials for a local telephone company which are always filmed in Cincinnati. He also rocks Cincinnati Reds hats, even when he's in L.A. And he was in 98 Degrees. I was never a fan, but wev. I am a fan at looking at his face. And biceps.
Rumor on the street was that Nick was at the KY Derby on Saturday and was visiting his fam in Cincy in the days following. And how convenient that he would be filming a commercial a few blocks away from my office?! So after shitting my pants 12 times, I was thinking to myself that this could be my chance to meet him in the flesh and smell him. I have this weird thing with smelling people or imagining what they would smell like, up close and personal. Based on all information that is currently available, I can confidently predict that Nick Lachey would smell like heaven.
My co-worker and I sat around for 30 minutes and didn't see him; just crew with cameras, but no Nick. I was starting to get antsy in my pantsy and was going to start heading back to the office, but then the heavens parted and out stepped a Roman god with a chiseled jaw line and a perfectly tailored suit. And all I could say was, "oh.my.god.look." My co-worker just stood there and whined like a bebe bc she overheated from all his hotness. I told her to unbutton her cardigan a lil bit and maybe we could land a spot as extras in the commercial. Didn't work.