Press Releases in Entertainment
Thought conventions were just for Spock lovers and sci-fi fans? Well think again! Hundreds of My Little Pony fans will be descending on Brunel University in October for the 5th Anniversary of the International My Little Pony Convention (Ponycon).
The annual event attracts collectors and families from around the world, many of whom will be arriving in fancy dress.
Hairdressers Journal International is delighted to announce the finalists for the nine regional and six specialist categories for the British Hairdressing Awards 2008.
The British Hairdressing Awards, launched in 1984 by Hairdressers Journal International and sponsored by Schwarzkopf Professional, have celebrated and rewarded the best of British hairdressing creativity for the past 24 years, and have fast become the ‘Oscars’ of the hairdressing world.
In a first for the online social community ASMALLWORLD, a live joint webcast with the International Herald Tribune, ‘Behind the Scenes: How to Report a War’ was deemed a success...
The seventy-year-old mayor of Sarpourenx, a village in the southwest of France, has a problem. The village cemetery is packed full, and a request to buy adjoining land has been denied in court.
Issue #37 "For Those in Fear of the Lake of Fire"
Since most residents of Sarpourenx are very old, and thus have an impending need for a place for eternal rest, an acute dilemma has presented itself. What to do with the dead?
The waiting is over and the nominees for the 24th British Hairdressing Awards have been announced...
From a specially selected group of industry experts, beauty journalists and international trade press, seven inspirational and influential hairdressers – the cream of the British hairdressing industry, have been nominated for the prestigious British Hairdresser of the Year Award.
“I have money to burn and I am not planning to stay single. I saw Sarah at the party and I made sure I impress her by giving her the most romantic date” says Evan.
Ayesha Vardag, a London-based specialist matrimonial solicitor, says:
"The case is a victory for common sense. It shows the English courts do not give in to spin and drama or a paternalistic urge to redistribute wealth on marital breakdown.
"Heather Mills’ evidence was found to be “less than candid” and many of her extravagant claims, in which she was held to be “overegging the pudding”, were never backed up by the hard evidence which she promised.
One can’t help but ask: "Why?" when reading today’s headlines: 'Mad Gazza on suicide watch'
This is a man that, compared to most, has had a very fortunate life: so why like so many other apparently fortunate individuals is he in this position today?
Live expert legal commentary offered...
One of the UK's foremost matrimonial lawyers, Ayesha Vardag, will be available to comment on Heather Mills McCartney and Sir Paul McCartney's five-day divorce hearing at the High Court, starting on Monday 11th February.
With the former Beatle's fortune estimated at £825 million, it has the potential to be the most costly divorce in British legal history.
Ayesha, of Strand-based Ayesha Vardag Solicitors, will be available to speak to journalists and presenters between 7am and 3pm on Monday.