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Press Releases in Entertainment

One Week to go - British Hairdressing Awards

Seven days until the winners of HJ’s British Hairdressing Awards are Announced...

With only a week to go until the winners are announced at HJ’s British Hairdressing Awards sponsored by Schwarzkopf Professional, the anticipation and excitement is mounting for hairdressers around the UK as Monday 22nd November approaches. The glittering awards ceremony will be held at the Grosvenor House Hotel, a JW Marriott Hotel in London’s Park Lane.

The Downbeat Mysteries Album Released

Luke Harrison, known as Lucius or "Loopy Luke" in the world of electronic downbeat music, has an innovative new CD out titled The Downbeat Mysteries; an emotive Chill out lounge adventure in sound.

It’s been over 5 years since the magic of Luke Harrison AKA Lucius has released a mix CD, during which time he has been busy writing and releasing the second artist album, working on film projects and remixes across poly genre’s is keeping him busy.

The World's First Wearable Magazine Grows US Market

With augmented reality, real-life superheroes, epic drum solos and new 42% price drop...

News-meets-fashion brand, T-post, spreads oddly interesting world news by combining water cooler-worthy graphic tees, technology, and social media tactics.

What began in Umea, Sweden in 2004 as a fun media experiment amongst friends and just 5 shirts has become a buzz-worthy subscription business that currently spans over 50 countries.

Art made of Bottles at the Library Entrance

A PERMANENT GREEN ART INSTALLATION BY MARTA THOMA HALL IS IN THE NEW WALNUT CREEK LIBRARY OPENING JULY 16TH

Of interest to editors and journalists covering: arts, sculpture, public art, ecology, green art, architecture, civic news, library news...

“Journey of a Bottle,” made of steel and 425 glass bottles was installed at the new Walnut Creek Library for the Grand Opening and the artist will be on hand to talk about the art and answer questions.

Movie makers let loose, in time for election

A cutting-edge 3D movie-making app is allowing would-be political satirists to create lavish clips on their computers in the run-up to the election...

Developers of Muvizu (pronounced Movie Zoo) are launching their software today with a special UK election pack featuring Gordon Brown, David Cameron, Nick Clegg and even Nick Griffin, so users can direct the political players as they wish, before broadcasting their efforts on YouTube.

'Mrs Fisher's Tulip' by British actress is published to acclaim

"Mrs Fisher's Tulip" by new author Melanie Hughes is the story of one summer in the early Sixties in darkest suburbia. A place where things are not always as safe as they seem. Sally is a schoolgirl. Julie is 17 and an ice skater - a figure of unimaginable glamour. Sally becomes drawn into Julie's world of secrecy, adult passion and sexuality. Then watches helplessly as her family is torn apart by the conventions it fights so hard to maintain.

Rachel Wakefield of the Harrow Times writes:

Cheryl and Ashley Cole, top divorce lawyer comments

Leading UK divorce lawyer Ayesha Vardag said “The courts have a duty to consider making a clean financial break between couples where this is possible. Given the assets said to be in this case I would not expect Cheryl to get maintenance or any 'share of future earnings'. However, the court will look to an equal division of the assets acquired during the marriage, and it doesn’t matter who made the money. Ashley Cole will want to establish that he made a special contribution in acquiring those assets to try to reduce Cheryl’s share.”

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