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Princesses of Long Island What s in a name? If it s a bottle of nail polish and you re a Long Island princess a whole lot. Amanda Bertoncini s long red fingers are clicking over the candy colored choices at NuBest Salon and Spa. She s "really into pastels right now," but really, her mani monikers are even more important. ET/PT) kick up their stilettos and settle in for some pointed pampering. "I forgot what it s called like, So Psyched?" Bertoncini is wearing a leopard print, maximum cleavage maxi dress and towering turquoise heels. Then, a pale blue polish pops out. The name? Can t Find My Czechbook. "It s perfect," declares Bertoncini, grinning. There was the WASPy, plummy, Gatsby Long Island. There s the hedgerow hemmed, hedge fund funded Hamptons, Long Island. And there s this shiny, suburban, mostly Jewish swath just east of Queens on the North Shore of Lawn Guyland, known for brassy, sassy Daddy s girls, aka "princesses." Or so goes the stereotype. Like the Jersey Shore clan before them, who reclaimed "guido" with gusto, this court of six Princesses say they aren t offended by that ethno religious slur of an acronym that starts with J. And yeah, they may work for Dad, carry Louis Vuitton and Chanel, have aspirations of lip gloss and perfume empires and live at home in relative luxury, but they don t aim, or claim, to represent every Jewish person or Long Island resident. No matter that various Italian American organizations didn t exactly cozy up to Snooki s fuzzy slippers. Shari Levine, Bravo s senior vice president of production, isn t worried about what, say, the Anti Defamation League will think of her network s show. "Because you know what? We have shown these people to be who they are. They re very much themselves and very self aware. They are the first ones to laugh at themselves and say, This is who I am. This is how I was raised, and I love it. " In subjecting yet another subculture to the spotlight, "our goal wasn t to focus on a group and to give it a distorted lens, but to show how a group has a cultural relationship with each other and see the choices they make and the influences nike air max black they have," Levine says. But push the postmodern philosophizing aside: "We re entertaining," says a freshly spray tanned Erica Gimbel, 29. "We re like six Barbie dolls; everyone can relate to one of us," says Bertoncini, whose boyfriend, Jeff Hoffman, drove her here today because her outfit wasn t accelerator friendly. Hoffman, 39, who works in sales, is wearing a red visor embroidered air max outlet with her initials in white. There s even a Snooki sized princess: Ashlee White, 30, who stands 4 feet, 9 inches ("that s what I say) and whose size 5 neon orange platform pumps are "Krazy Glued" to her feet. "If I can t wear stilettos, I don t go." "Just because we re from a privileged environment doesn t mean we don t go through issues," says Chanel nickname: Coco nike free 4.0 Omari, 28. She s the only one who comes close to wearing a tiara: a headpiece fashioned from a $5 gold necklace. Omari is "a girl on a budget, believe it or not." To wit: She may get biweekly blowouts, but today s buffing and filing excursion is a treat for Omari; she typically DIYs her hot pink digits, every week. Bertoncini swears she expertly applied her giraffe long eyelashes herself. all black nike free run "People take that term (princess) and think we re handed everything on a silver platter, that we only shop and we re only into material things," says Gimbel. (Indeed, Joey Lauren, 30, says she grew up with only a "bronze" spoon, which dished out a Honda Accord, when everyone else was getting a BMW, and a public, vs. private, college education.) Being a Princess nike free womens 5.0 isn t all pool parties and Jelly Apple pedis. Gimbel s hands are getting the hot wax treatment. "That is some serious sweat," she says, examining her sticky green blouse. "That is not very princess like."

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Real Housewives Kyle Richards Shops Chanel in It seemed like Kyle Richards from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has experienced a bit of a backlash since the reunion episodes started airing because it seems as if she was harsh towards many of the housewives. So what better way than to do some retail therapy to get over those harsh criticisms she has faced since the show aired. Yesterday, Kyle got some retail shopping in during her busy schedule in West Hollywood. She nike free run 4 stopped by Chanel to pick up some items, smiling and looking relaxed. But the public isn t done nike free v5 watching the criticism just yet, as the reunion s final part will air on Monday. On top of everything that viewers saw on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, a new rumor has surfaced that Kyle s husband helped Lisa sell her home, earning $1 million commission. That occurred just days before the reunion air max 90 black was scheduled to tape, meaning Kyle pretty much turned on Lisa after getting $1 million. Perhaps Kyle didn t realize that the public knew about this deal when she fired back on Lisa s comments throughout the reunion. When nike womens free run Lisa publicly said that she couldn t forgive what had happened, Kyle s husband could have said something to Kyle about it. It wouldn nike free 5.0 v3 t be the first time Kyle messed up something with her husband s contacts as shown on season 1.

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Remarkable Life Remembered A Russian immigrant who, via Brooklyn, had settled in Dallas, Abraham Zapruder was a successful manufacturer of women clothing. Like many Americans, the 58 year old was developing a passion for homemade movies and set out to film Mr Kennedy motorcade with his 8mm camera. His silent, colour film, taken from a pedestal on grassy knoll, lasts 26 seconds and contains 486 frames. It remains the clearest video of the assassination. The original Zapruder film is part of the Kennedy Collection and is in the custody of the Motion Picture Sound and Video staff. Among the facts that have fed conspiracy theories is the charge that the original notes written by one of the two Navy pathologists who performed the autopsy air max kids had disappeared. The pathologist, Dr James J Humes, explained that he burned his original set of notes because they were stained with Mr Kennedy blood and wanted to prevent them from becoming a macabre collector item. In a 1992 interview with the Journal of the American Medical Association, he said he had burned them in his fireplace "after nike free run 4.0 I had copied verbatim in my own handwriting the entire contents". Mrs Kennedy pink dress, a Chanel like ensemble with navy lapels complete with pink pillbox hat, has become a symbol of both her glamour and of the assassination day violence. Mrs Kennedy insisted on wearing the suit, stained by her husband blood, during Lyndon Johnson swearing in and on the flight back to Washington. According to William Manchester book the Death Of A President, to aides urging her to clean up, she responded: "No, let them see what they done." Now the dress, still stained, is preserved in a vault of the National Archives, out of view according to restrictions imposed by the Kennedy family. The hat is believed to have been lost in the day confusion. Three days after the assassination, the US stopped to bid farewell to the murdered president. The state funeral on November 25, 1963, in Washington drew hundreds of foreign dignitaries. Only 50,300,000 American households had televisions in 1963, and it was estimated that 41,553,000 sets were tuned into the funeral. The ceremony included a touching moment nike air max 1 black that went on to become one of the iconic images of US history: The president son, John F Kennedy Jr, saluting his father casket near St Matthew Cathedral after the funeral mass in Washington. The president was buried at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison announced in 1967 that he had "solved the assassination", all red air max accusing anti Communist and anti Castro extremists in the CIA. In 1969, he brought to trial New Orleans businessman Clay Shaw on charges of conspiring to assassinate Mr Kennedy with the help of Lee Harvey Oswald and others. A jury took less than an hour to find Mr Shaw not guilty in a trial many saw as a farce. To date, Mr Shaw is the nike free 6.0 only man to have been prosecuted for the Kennedy assassination. Fifty years after the assassination, a majority of Americans believe Mr Kennedy was the victim of a conspiracy 61 % according to a Gallup poll this month. Numerous books and movies have been made on the Kennedy assassination, many espousing conspiracy theories. In 1991, Oliver Stone JFK largely based on Mr Garrison views rekindled interest in the conspiracy theories and led to the declassification of thousands of relevant documents. In 2001, the miniseries The Kennedys, starring Greg Kinnear as the president and Katie Holmes as the first lady, chronicled the life of the family.

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Ripper Street Posting at Screen Scene VFX Egg Screen Scene VFX will be in charge of all things visual effects while Egg Post Production will run the offline, online, full audio post and grading. Screen Scene was awarded the entire visual effects for the 8 part series in February, air max 1 sale and is due to begin working on the drama this month right up until October. VES Award winner Ed Bruce (Game of Thrones) is the visual effect supervisor who will cover on set production and in house post production VFX. VFX producer Sarah Mooney and VFX coordinator air max 1 black Nick Murphy will manage a team of artists and all things VFX related. Screen Scene VFX are a NukeX and 3ds Max (VRay) house. It will be creating various visual effects for Ripper Street from Digital Matte Paintings of London in 1889. It will also use set extensions nike free flyknit in 2D, 2.5D and 3D with modern day clean ups. VFX supervisor Ed Bruce says: "We re delighted to have been awarded Ripper Street , especially as we are getting to work with the Tiger Aspect production team for the BBC. It s always great to secure substantial work with a big client." As reported on IFTN last month, Irish production company Element Pictures is co producing nike free 1.0 the series with Tiger Aspect Productions and Lookout Point. Tiger Aspect s credits include BBC drama Public Enemies and home improvement show Restoration Man , while Lookout Point previously worked on Coco Chanel and Ben Hur . A spokesman nike running free for Tiger Aspect noted last month: "The support of section 481 and the Irish Film Board was crucial in making our decision to shoot Ripper Street in Ireland but the brilliant locations that Dublin offers up and high end crew talent were key factors when it came to making an informed decision." Bruce reiterates this point: "The scripts are great and there is a wealth of talent within the crew. I m really excited about working on this project. Myself and Nick Murphy, VFX Coordinator, are really enjoying the on set work we re currently doing. There are great sets and locations around Dublin. The art department are also doing a fantastic job." Bruce is hoping Ripper Street will garner the same audience attention as previous BBC dramas such as Sherlock , which saw 7.9 million people tuning in to its series two finale. "It s going to be great for Screen Scene VFX, our crew and for the Dublin visual effects industry in general," says Bruce. Una N Dhonghaile will work independently as she edits Block 1 with Gareth Nolan assisting. Colourist Sebastian Guest will grade the series, while Dominic Lord will serve as HD finisher and Howard Bargroff will be in charge of the sound mix. Therese Caldwell, also independent from Egg, will act as post production supervisor on the project. Ripper Street is set in the East End of London in 1889, and follows a group of detectives attempting to solve the Jack the Ripper murders. It stars Matthew Macfadyen (Pride and Prejudice), Jerome Flynn (Game of Thrones) and Adam Rothenberg (House).

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River s Edge Needs Coco Chanel s Best Advice Given that he s a guy who takes a lot of abuse and a guy almost everyone will gamely impersonate if given the chance, Keanu Reeves has had a much more interesting career than you d think. In fact, if you look at his resume, he s bounced around from genre to genre as much as almost any actor you re going to encounter. He s done action movies (Point Break, Speed, obviously The Matrix), he s done overwrought dramas (The Devil s Advocate), he s done romantic melodrama (Sweet November, The Lake House, A Walk In The Clouds), he s done highly respectable award winners (Dangerous Liaisons, My Own Private Idaho), he s done Shakespeare (Much Ado About Nothing), he s done goofball farce (Bill Ted s Excellent Adventure), he s done light romantic comedy (The Replacements), and he s done middlebrow crowd pleasing comedy (Parenthood, Something red air max s Gotta Give). He s actually kind of a fascinating guy, even if I m as fond as anyone of yelling, "Cans! There was no baby! It was full of cans!" (Thank you, thank you.) (See here, starting at about the 6:20 mark, for the original.) And the first movie where people really talked about him was River s Edge, which won the Independent Spirit Award for Best Film in 1987, beating out not only The Big Easy starring Dennis Quaid, but also John Sayles Matewan. In fact, it s appropriate that this is the movie Crispin Glover was promoting when he made his famous apparently unhinged appearance on what was then Late Night With David Letterman on NBC, because "unhinged" doesn t even begin to describe it. A kick in the head, advice from a fashion genius, why Dennis Hopper didn t need a blow up doll, and more, after the jump. The basic idea of the movie is an interesting (if horrifying) one: Several high school friends learn that their buddy John (Daniel Roebuck, who played Arzt on Lost) has killed his girlfriend and left nike free run 4.0 womens her nude body on a riverbank. In fact, they all go down there and have a look. But at first, nobody calls the police. Paralyzed by an odd combination of fear, loyalty, and a lack of interest in getting mixed up in it, they look at her body and then walk away and leave it there. There s certainly an interesting thought here, and the potential to look at the odd social dynamics of high school, the panicky way people react to situations for which they nike free run red are completely unprepared, desensitization to violence, and so forth. Movies would often be wise to take exactly the same step, except that in the case of River s Edge, they would have had to take off not one thing but about ten or fifteen affectations that only serve to distract from that interesting little nut of a story. The most obvious is Glover s performance as the group s "leader" Layne, which is best understood as a mashup of the way he played George McFly in Back To The Future and the way he behaved with David Letterman. Yes, he s supposed to be a speed addict, but every line reading is so hyper and he s chewing on every word so hard that the theater fills with giggles. The performance is a perfect example of the difference between the best acting and the most acting; he s certainly working hard enough, but it looks ridiculous. You can see for yourself in this clip (caution: language). It s tempting to say the acting is terrible, except that he s clearly doing it on purpose. He means it to be exactly like that, and whether you like it or not, that s the characterization he s chosen for Layne, who I would stress is in a movie not meant to be a comedy, much as that clip may lead you to believe otherwise. So it s not inept acting so much as a huge miscalculation on everyone s part. The second problem is the character of Feck, played by Dennis Hopper. Feck is the local pot supplier and Layne s pal, and here are his notable qualities: (1) He socializes with a blow up doll. (2) He has only one leg. (3) He plays the saxophone. (4) He once killed a woman. It is way, way too much, even for Dennis Hopper. Either the blow up doll or the artificial leg on the reclusive drug source; not both. To return to Chanel, that s not merely a shiny brooch and a shiny pendant; that s stacking two hats on your head. As if that isn t enough, Reeves character, Matt, has a twelve year old brother who appears to be possibly the most disturbed person in the nike free run 2 mens movie and at one point winds up stalking Matt with a gun for reasons only tangentially related to the rest of the story (but, of course, designed to drive home even harder the theme of misdirected, violent, cold hearted youth). There s an effort here to say something serious about violence and alienation and perhaps the smoking a lot of marijuana, but it s all so excessive, and there are so many diversions of the audience s attention, that the basic horror of the situation which shouldn t need adornment unless you re inadequately horrified nike free shipping code by the simple fact of a body remaining on a riverbank while no one does anything is undermined.

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