Check out Diane Namm’s interview on Woman Around Town here!
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Posted by Levine Communications Office on June 25, 2013
Check out an article on Bravo’s Newlyweds couple Tina & Tarz in Glamour Magazine!
Posted by Levine Communications Office on April 5, 2013
Has your child ever been bullied online? Have they engaged in cyber bullying? Or would you even know?
Studies are saying there’s a 50% chance they have. Recent reports claim that half of adolescents and teens have been bullied and/or engaged in cyber bullying.
Susan talks with Kim Garst from Boom Social about these shockingly high rates of cyber bullying and how parents can help protect their children from cyber bullies.
When you watch the interview below, you’ll hear Kim’s insights into
- The number one thing parents can do to prevent cyber bullying
- How to best communicate with your children about online etiquette and bullies online
- The importance of monitoring your child’s online activity and how best to do so without being too intrusive
- Teaching your kids to think about their online postings and its effect on others and potentially themselves (as it pertains to getting into college or securing a job)
- What to do if your child is indeed a victim of cyber bullying and the appropriate steps to take with school administrators, other parents and even law enforcement
Watch the interview here.
Posted by Levine Communications Office on March 22, 2013
Tim has been an action-suspense actor and stuntman and—after taking off some time to raise his 3-year-old twin boys—had missed a workout here or there to focus on being a father. When he landed the Oz role though, that all changed. To live up to the “Strongman” name, Tim ended up putting on 25 pounds of muscle in three months. Three months! Read on for more on how he did it naturally, what his workouts were like and what the whole experience and role taught him!
FBG: How did you go about gaining 25 pounds of muscle?
TH: Gaining 25 pounds took me a total of three months to do. It was not all muscle though, a lot of fat was there, as well. The first thing I did was go to the local health food store and ask the guy with the giant muscles who worked there what I should buy. He helped me create a routine that included about 20 pills a day, weight-gain powder, protein powder and creatine. I ate all day long; ice cream weight-gain powder shakes, red meat and every carb you can imagine. I worked out seven days a week using all free weights. I did five exercises for every body part, each with rep sets of 12-10-9-8, using the heaviest possible weight I could lift. I used a lot of people to get those heavy sets done.
1st day: chest and triceps
2nd day: back and biceps
3rd day: legs
4th day: shoulders, biceps and triceps
5th day: back and chest
6th day: biceps and triceps
7th day: legs and shoulders
FBG: Did you do it in a healthy way?
TH: I was under a serious time crunch while……
Read the rest at fitbottomgirls.com.
Posted by Levine Communications Office on March 12, 2013
BY ANDREA CHANG
AUSTIN, Texas — Want a major celebrity to endorse your start-up company on Twitter?
Westwood-based Adly, a marketing platform that connects brands with celebrities on social media, is holding a contest during South by Southwest for start-ups that want a little boost from a big name.
Entrants just need to submit a pitch of 140 characters or fewer to Adly’s Twitter handle with the format: “Hey @Adly ____________________ #SXSW #pitchadly.”
At a “Sunday Funday” event featuring L.A. tech companies, Adly Chief Executive Walter Delph said that as SXSW’s Interactive festival grows each year, start-ups can struggle to get noticed.
“Now you have multi-billion companies like Samsung who are here, so it’s harder for smaller companies to bubble to the top,” Delph said from Austin’s Frank restaurant, where a capacity crowd snacked on currywurst and downed cocktails adorned with bacon strips. “We want to help in an authentic way.”
Read the rest of the artice at LA Times
Posted by Levine Communications Office on April 13, 2011
LCO client and renowned portrait artist Dick Zimmerman has painted the world’s biggest names – from Michael Jackson to Salvador Dali to Archbishop Desmond Tutu. He even literally gave Michael Jackson the suit off his back for what later became the iconic cover of the smash hit album Thriller. Zimmerman works out of his studios in Tampa, Florida and Los Angeles, and has been creating portraits for nearly four decades. Described as one of the most well-known portrait artists of the 20th century, Zimmerman says his work “captures the subtleties of the soul”.
Dick’s segment will air tomorrow night (Thursday 4/14) @ 4pm ET- The Segment usually airs at 4:45pm ET so make sure to check it out!
For further info click here.
Posted by Levine Communications Office on February 2, 2011
LCO is looking for bright, self-starters to join our internship program and we’re having an open house
Thursday, February 10, 2011 – 11:30am
If you’d like to attend the open house and be considered for our program, please submit your cover letter and resume to email@example.com
LCO’s intern program is one of the longest running in North America, with over 4,000 graduates. LCO interns have gone on to hold top jobs throughout the entertainment industry, and the program itself has been praised by such prominent names as Joseph Leiberman, Michael Bloomberg, David Geffen, George Bush, John McCain and Bill Clinton.
Posted by Levine Communications Office on January 26, 2011
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Posted by Levine Communications Office on January 26, 2011
As we reported yesterday, LCO Client Father Alberto Cutie is headed to daytime TV. Cutie’s talk show, focusing on a variety of issues, will debut in test markets this summer. We want to know from YOU if you’ll tune in? Take our poll and please leave comments below.