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6 Ways To Use Nostalgia In Marketing

While nostalgia marketing isn’t new, it is particularly relevant today at a time when people feel increasingly lonely on one hand and distrust brands and corporations on the other. Although nostalgia is not for every brand. In some cases, nostalgia can marginalize your brand by emphasizing that it is out of touch and is no longer relevant to consumers. Radio Shack initially scored big with its 2014 Super Bowl ad, featuring icons from the 1980s such as wrestler Hulk Hogan, the iconic DeLorean ...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Radio Shack, Patagonia, Levi Strauss, Polaroid, Kfc, Branding, Tbt, Sanders, Ben Jerry, Jenny, Hulk Hogan, Calabasas California, Brand Management, Workshop NOW ONLINE Branding Strategy Insider

Jenny & Alex’s Wedding Extravaganza At Willow’s Estate, Kangaroo Valley

 Two that made it their own. From the bright blooms to the shimmery tinsel over the bride’s shoulders — Jenny and Alex’s special day was truly extravagant in every sense. Eight years ago, it was a party that got them talking. So, this day was the exciting celebration of the love that ensued. Between pugs and kisses, the pair exchanged their heartfelt vows at Willow’s Estate before following the call of the disco ball and making a grand entrance at the reception. Continue reading Jenny & Alex’s ...
Tags: Wisdom, Wedding, Alex, Willow, Jenny, Cinematography Wisdom, Willow 's Estate Kangaroo Valley, Jenny Alex

Comment on perfect blueberry muffins by Jenny

Have made these 4x in the last 3 weeks!! truly a keeper of a recipe and I LOVE that its one bowl!!!! Thank you for sharing!!! Happy Social Distancing to you and your family!
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500 Years of Pregnant Women in Art

An exhibition in London examines how expecting mothers have been portrayed from the Middle Ages to to the digital era. Here are some of the highlights.
Tags: Art, London, News, Mary, Jenny, Hans, Holbein, Women and Girls, Saville, Pregnancy and Childbirth, Mother of Jesus, Foundling Museum, Lapper, Alison (1965-

The reviews of Aaron Carter’s OnlyFans page are in and they’re not good

Aaron Carter recently launched an OnlyFans page. As we reported yesterday, the “bisexual” “rapper” is currently charging between $50 to $125 to access single photos of himself. Oh, and if you throw in another $50 and he’ll rate a photo of you! A lot of people are mad because, after paying the exorbitant fee, Carter merely supplied them with a recycled images of himself that have already leaked online… Thread: OnlyFan Update#AaronCarter has his OnlyFans subscribers very frustrated and feeling s...
Tags: Reviews, Twitter, Life, Lifestyle, Scam, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Aaron Carter, Carter, Aaron, Jenny, Melanie, WB, OnlyFans, OnlyFan Update AaronCarter, Clark Gable Pee Wee Herman

An Enchanted Spring Fête with Organic Blooms Galore and Not One But Two Wedding Dresses!

Brace yourselves, m'dears, because beauty abounds at The Settlement Building with this fine art inspired bridal shoot from L'Estelle Photography and Fluffy Blooms Events. A lovely locale by all accounts, this Vancouver venue features an open wood beam ceiling, stone walls, and beautiful architecture; and not only that but it's filled to the brim with abundant natural light thanks to its huge windows! Lavender, mauve, blush, and ivory — what an enchanted color palette perfect for spring. Those h...
Tags: Fall, Pinterest, Canada, Wedding, Spring, Vancouver, Pink, Ivory, Gray, Blush, Lavender, Jenny, Margo, Laurel, Yolanda, Fuchsia

The Artists Are in Charge. Step 1: Upend the Status Quo.

Performance Space New York is operating as an artist-led collective this year. So what are they up to?
Tags: New York, News, Dancing, Ny, Sarah, Jenny, Ishmael, Michelson, Schlenzka, Performance Space New York (Manhattan, Houston-Jones

‘Onward’ Head of Story Kelsey Mann on Building an Original Fantasy World and Making the Emotional Beats Work [Interview]

The newest film from Pixar Studios, Onward , begins with a look back in history—not our history, but the history of a fantasy world where all manner of mermaids, unicorns, elves, fairies, minotaurs, wizards, and just about any other creature you might find in a role-playing game would exist. But as these fantasy beings find shortcuts to doing magic—Why use your wings to fly when you can board an airplane? Why use a spell to start a fire when you can use matches?—they become lazy, and the magi...
Tags: Movies, Interviews, Features, Chicago, Austin, Animation, Pegasus, Bill, Pixar, Octavia Spencer, PAUL, Dan, Ian, Jenny, Mann, Paul Conrad

I Who Is.

Anatoly wrote me about a line that bothered him in Leigh Hunt’s “Jenny Kissed Me” (1838): “Time, you thief, who love to get [Sweets into your list].” He said: I always felt that “love” in the third line jars my ear, and never understood why “love”, not “loves to get”. What do you think? I responded: “It seems natural to me — after all, ‘you (who) love’ is perfectly grammatical whether ‘you’ is singular or plural,” and he said: I think you’ve seized on the vital part – to me, “you who love” is ...
Tags: Uncategorized, Linguistics, Anatoly, Jenny, Leigh Hunt, Anatoly An

Jennifer Lopez's son Max compared to dad Marc Anthony as he sings in new video

Jennifer Lopez's twins are incredibly talented! The Jenny from the Block hitmaker was...
Tags: Jennifer Lopez, Max, Jenny, Marc Anthony

Jenny Vernon obituary

My friend Jenny Vernon, who has died aged 75, was a museum curator who worked at Gainsborough Old Hall in Lincolnshire and later became keeper of Lincoln Castle. But she also had a keen interest in, and knowledge of, Arctic Canada, which she nurtured throughout her adult life.Jenny was born in Bromley, Kent, to George Vestey, a metallurgist, and Violet (nee Grant), a clerical worker. She spent most of her childhood in Hertfordshire, where she went to school in St Albans. After studying geography...
Tags: Americas, World news, Culture, Canada, Museums, Indigenous Peoples, Lincolnshire, Geography, Hertfordshire, Jenny, University of Manchester, Manchester University, Arctic Canada, Bromley Kent, Geography and environment studies, Lincoln Castle

The Winners Are Only on the Garden Rant

Rose Cooper a.k.a. Rose Bush judges the contest. The I-Must-Have-This-Plant contest, that was begun a week ago, has been a huge success. There was not one clinker among 11 entries. i asked my one and only Rose Bush to be the unbiased judge. I wanted to plant all of these wonderful real and make-believe plants in my Salvisa garden this year after reading the descriptions. Linus had me early on. We are Comrades in Spurge, it turns out.  Be proud and say it loud: “Submit to this spurge; purge th...
Tags: Gardening, England, France, Bravo, North America, Kentucky Derby, Joe, Rose, Anne, Hazel, Diane, Alba, Jennifer, Linus, Jenny, Teresa

Lana Condor Says She Wants to Try Snail Mucus Skin Products, and We're So on Board

If your skincare routine doesn't yet include some form of snail mucin, please let Lana Condor introduce you to the power of the goo. In a recent interview with StyleCaster, Condor shared a few of her favorite beauty tips and tricks and mentioned that she's interested in trying snail mucin products on her skin. "There are a lot of people using snail goo in their products and apparently it does wonders for your skin," she said. "I love funky color and length and I never really shy away from that...
Tags: Cc, Beauty, Condor, Jenny, Lana, Beauty News, Celebrity Beauty, Celebrity Makeup, Lana Condor, Mucin Power Essence

‘Birds of Prey’ Director Cathy Yan on Crafting Old-School Action With the ‘John Wick’ Team [Interview]

Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) is a movie bursting with personality. It’s poppy and gritty, slapstick-y and visceral, and most striking of all, it doesn’t confine itself to as many boxes or rules as most comic book movies do. It’s a rare comic book movie with an actual sense of freedom and spontaneity. Behind the boisterous vision is filmmaker Cathy Yan. Before Yan was writing and directing films, she was already sharpening her skills as a storyteller. A gr...
Tags: New York, Movies, Interviews, Orson Welles, Features, Shanghai, Marilyn Monroe, Madonna, Harley Quinn, Huntress, Birds Of Prey, Jackie Chan, Rosie Perez, Margot Robbie, Ewan-McGregor, Wall Street Journal

Revisiting ‘The Rocketeer,’ Disney’s Early Superhero Masterpiece

(Welcome to Out of the Disney Vault, where we explore the unsung gems and forgotten disasters currently streaming on Disney+.) In 1991, Walt Disney Pictures released two of the very best films to ever fall under their banner. That fall, they would release Beauty and the Beast to widespread acclaim from audiences, critics, and the film industry as a whole. The animated adaptation of the tale as old as time became the first animated film to be nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Nazis, Robin Hood, Tim Burton, Disney, Indiana, Features, Chicago, Stephen Sondheim, Broadway, James Bond, Warren Beatty, Walt Disney Company, Batman, Indiana Jones

These are the Southern California film locations from Best Picture nominees and winners

If they gave out Oscars for best use of Southern California locations, we know who the big winner would be at this year’s Academy Awards. Because even if you haven’t seen “Once Upon a Time … In Hollywood,” writer-director Quentin Tarantino’s ode to the film industry’s company town circa 1969, you probably know it’s a non-stop travelogue through the town of the title and surrounding environs. But it’s not the only locally shot film with a nomination: There are three up for a best picture Academy ...
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Tea During Pregnancy

Freelance contribution by: Jenny Silverstone Should you think twice about making your favorite cup of tea while pregnant? There are many benefits to drinking tea while pregnant, such as: It can help keep you hydrated, it can combat morning sickness, and tea has vital antioxidants and nutrients which help support you and your growing baby. To be clear, antioxidants are not unique to tea. They are available through many other foods, but tea is one way to get them into your body. The more...
Tags: Health, Tea, Pregnancy, Jenny, Herbal Tea, Health & Well-Being, Marco Verch, Generic License, Jenny Silverstone, Mom Loves Best

Tonight in L.A.: Silversun Pickups, Luna, Radical Face, Jenny O., Dermot Kennedy, Emily King, Fever Joy/Luna Aura, Mr. Bungle, Aventura, Alexander 23, Pinegrove, Slapshot, Tugaloo, O Future, Helena, Grady, REO Speedwagon, Jason Ferg

L.A. concerts for Wednesday: ► Silversun Pickups headline the Observatory in support of their latest album “Widow’s Weeds.” Eliza & the Delusionals and Cuffed Up open. ► Indie greats Luna celebrate the 25th anniversary of their album “Penthouse” by performing it at the Teragram Ballrom, with the Pesos opening. ► Radical Face [see “Reveries”], touring in support of the deluxe reissue of his 2007 cult classic “Ghost,” does the first of two nights at the Troubadour, with Axel Flóvent opening. ► Emi...
Tags: Music, Hollywood, Preview, Lake, Luna, Reo Speedwagon, Pinegrove, Wiltern, Molly Malone, Catalina Club, Jenna, Jenny, Masonic Lodge, Tony Conrad, Observatory, Helena

The Biggest Moments of the Super Bowl 2020 Halftime Show

As expected, Jennifer Lopez and Shakira brought everything to their historic Super Bowl 2020 Halftime Show on Sunday evening at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. It was a rollicking, festive show that highlighted both performers’ extensive back catalogues of hits, super-charged by guest appearances from fellow Latin artists Bad Bunny and J Balvin. But they also made sure to nod at the importance and political potential of the moment, showcasing support for Puerto Rico and recognizing ...
Tags: Usa, News, Jay Z, Uncategorized, NFL, Colin Kaepernick, America, San Francisco, Netflix, Super Bowl, Jennifer Lopez, Miami, Jesus, Shakira, Lady Gaga, Kansas City Chiefs

Super Bowl: Jennifer Lopez, Shakira shake up halftime show

The moment was historical: Jennifer Lopez and Shakira headlined the Super Bowl halftime show, the first time an all-Latin lineup took on this big stage. But perhaps even more pertinent for fans watching at the stadium and at home, the duo delivered one of the best halftime performances of recent vintage. Shakira performs during halftime of the NFL Super Bowl 54 football game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020, in Miami Gardens, Fla. (AP Photo/Lynn...
Tags: Usa, TV, Jay Z, San Francisco 49ers, NFL, San Francisco, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Jennifer Lopez, Shakira, Kansas City Chiefs, Justin Timberlake, Springsteen, Jenny, J Lo

No sex, please, we’re colleagues – the new rules of office romance

Last year the CEO of McDonald’s lost his job over a consensual affair. Has the workplace crush had its day?Jenny had been living in Hong Kong for a couple of weeks when she fell “head over heels” in love with Christine, the creative director of a small fashion company. But there was a problem: Christine already had a girlfriend. And another problem: Christine was interviewing Jenny for a job at the company at the time. “The first thing she did when she came in was to sit in her chair and say to ...
Tags: Hong Kong, Relationships, Life and style, World news, Work & careers, US work & careers, Sexual Harassment, Christine, McDonald, Jenny, MeToo Movement, Christine Her

In Jenny Offill’s ‘Weather,’ Paranoia Is Delivered With Humor

Offill’s melancholy and satirical new novel is narrated by a woman who worries about everything from her troubled brother to climate change.
Tags: News, Jenny, Books and Literature, Jenny Offill, Weather: A Novel (Book, Offill

14 New Books to Watch For in February

Fraught friendships, coming-of-age stories, Supreme Court drama and more.
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Taylor, Bump, Abi, Teddy, Miller, Wayne, Jen, Cohen, Gabriel, Barnes, Emily, McCann, Jenny, Adam

Book Nook: Fly, Fly Again

I recently had the chance to review Fly, Fly Again , a cute story about Jenny, a child who dreams of flying. She tinkers in makeshift labs and studies the mechanics of flight - but her first attempt crashes into the neighbor's yard. Her neighbor, Jude, works with her as she learns how to control the plane.Brought to you by: Frugal Focus
Tags: Frugality, Jenny, Jude

Comment on meyer lemon and fresh cranberry scones by Jenny

I just noticed this comment is 11 years old!–but today I used half-and-half (which I keep on hand for coffee) and the scones were excellent. (I have often used whole milk yogurt in scone recipes and it is also fine.) And I pat my dough out, cut it into the forbidden squares, and there are never enough left to go stale. I’m not sure why her round ones ‘keep’ better!
Tags: Food, Jenny

Jenny & Aaron’s Bright Sydney Restaurant Wedding

Jenny & Aaron You’d think after writing around thousands upon thousands of weddings and seeing thousands upon thousands of stories I would get sick of it. But I never do, because I adore every story, I adore seeing how a couple takes what they love, what is important to them and celebrates it. That is exactly what today’s lovers, Jenny & Aaron did for their day. They were set on a garden ceremony, which was short and sweet – to allow them to maximise guest time. Continue reading Jenny & Aaron’s ...
Tags: Wedding, Sydney, Bride, Aaron, Jenny, Inspired Weddings, Australia - New South Wales, Jenny Aaron You, Jenny Aaron

SXSW 2020 Lineup Includes Haddish’s Bad Trip, King of Staten Island & More

BEGIN SLIDESHOW SXSW 2020 lineup includes Haddish’s Bad Trip, King of Staten Island & more The SXSW 2020 Film Festival lineup has been revealed, including Tiffany Haddish’s Bad Trip and The King of Staten Island, written by Judd Apatow and Pete Davidson, TheWrap has shared. The King of Staten Island will serve as the Opening Night Film at the festival, and a first look at the comedy Bad Trip, also starring Eric André (who co-wrote the film) and Lil Rel Howery has been released ahead of th...
Tags: Movies, Canada, Movie News, Sxsw, Sxsw 2020, UK

50 moments from 1970 that shaped entertainment and pop culture

This was 1970, the dawn of the Seventies, and with it the world welcomed Joni Mitchell’s “Ladies of the Canyon,” Disney’s “The Aristocats” and “Broom-Hilda,” a comic strip that blew the lid off the secret life of a centuries-old husband-hunting cigar-smoking witch. Also, the American Motor Corporation introduced its weird little subcompact the Gremlin on April 1, a joke that practically writes itself. There were goodbyes, too, in 1970. Motown star Tammi Terrell, who often sang duets with Marvin ...
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50 moments that shaped entertainment and pop culture 50 years ago

This was 1970, the dawn of the Seventies, and with it the world welcomed Joni Mitchell’s “Ladies of the Canyon,” Disney’s “The Aristocats” and “Broom-Hilda,” a comic strip that blew the lid off the secret life of a centuries-old husband-hunting cigar-smoking witch. Also, the American Motor Corporation introduced its weird little subcompact the Gremlin on April 1, a joke that practically writes itself. There were goodbyes, too, in 1970. Motown star Tammi Terrell, who often sang duets with Marvin ...
Tags: Movies + TV, Things to do, Movies, Music, Top Stories Breeze, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories LBPT, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE, Top Stories PSN, Top Stories RDF, Top Stories SGVT, Top Stories Sun, Top Stories WDN, TV

'JLo Was Robbed': Oscar Nominations Snub Jennifer Lopez And Hustlers Fans Aren't Happy

What does Jenny from the Block have to do to get respect?
Tags: Religion, Jennifer Lopez, Jenny