Archives for 2009

{Tickled Pink} Cara Mia Michaels, Goodbye #sytycd

Lauren & Danny, S3, SYTYCD, to Mia Michaels

In case you missed it (like I did, I’ve been tuning in ever so often this season waiting for her to appear) Michael Michaels, contemporary choreographer extraordinaire,  left So You Think You Can Dance. [Read more…]

Music Monday – Somebody to Love #robinthicke #gossipgirl

Copyright © 2009 Sasha H. Muradali. All Rights Reserved.

Yea, yea, I know it’s the holiday season, but I can get a break because I’ve been pushing holiday music on the Pink Book since October…

…I give you Robin Thicke! and that chick from Gossip Girl, Leighton Meester. [Read more…]

{iStyle: Team Tavi}

By: Jenn Ortiz

Here we go again…

The hot topic in the fashion world this week, as it has been several times in the past, is the validity of teen fashion bloggers. Many members, and spectators, of the fashion industry have been quite vocal about bloggers like Tavi, Jane, and BryanBoy. It all began with a video of Tavi Gevinson reporting on Rodarte for Target along with the announcement that she would write a column in the January issue of Harpers Bazaar. Elle editor Anne Slowey and fashion writer Lesley Blume had a thing or two to say about the situation. Blume repeatedly called Gevinson a novelty, and Slowey implied that the young fashionista couldn’t be capable of writing her own material, that she must have a “Team Tavi” of support, since Gevinson didn’t maintain the same voice in [Read more…]

{Beautirati Eyes Tutorial} Release Your Inner Fantasy

Beautirati logo by Sasha H. Muradali. 2009 All Rights Reserved.

A {Beautirati} tutorial on something fun, something bright and something that gives me so much glee I want to sing like those kids on television! [Read more…]

GIFT GUIDE for PR and Advertising Folks

‘Tis the Season for all those parties, tidings of the yule and gifts of glee — so what do you give that Type A communicator in your life who possibly has everything? [Read more…]

The Media Revolution: EPIC 2015, Prometeus and GoogleZon

I was in awe…whether it’s a good awe, or a bad awe, is up for debate, but I was in awe nonetheless.

In the year 2014 the New York times has gone offline.

The Fourth Estate’s fortunes have waned.

What happened to the news?

And what is EPIC?

(source, source 2)

Has anyone heard [Read more…]

{ADbitious} Palm Pixi AD is very much “Give Fun, Get Fun” #advertising

This is the new Palm Pixi advert from Spint and it’s super cute. I have no other way to describe it other than it makes me feel good when I see it.

The imagery is light, airy, [Read more…]

Sex, Murder and Drugs: the Amanda Knox Media Circus

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Did Amanda Knox kill her roommate? I have no idea, but I do know that there has been a media circus surrounding the trial since day one.

Besides for Knox’s guilty verdict and 26-year sentence in Italy, the biggest issue [Read more…]

Music Monday – 25 Days of Christmas FREE Mp3s from AMAZON

Copyright © 2009 Sasha H. Muradali. All Rights Reserved.

For the 25 days leading up to Christmas, each day, is giving away one free Christmas song from various artists, some of whom include Lady GaGa and Jars of Clay.

You can download the tracks here.

If that isn’t enough for you, you can also go here, to get over 1,000 FREE Mp3s from Amazon. Some of these include Tori Amos, Frank Sinatra, Alice Cooper and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Enjoy 🙂

Copyright © 2009 Sasha H. Muradali. All Rights Reserved.

{Rules of PR no.32} Humility, Voltaire and Tim Tebow

Voltaire said, “Tears are the silent language of grief” and it’s safe to say Tim Tebow grieved.

When Harry Potter fought against Lord Voldemort in the Harry Potter series, he fought for equality and the ability to live harmoniously between wizard and non-wizard alike.

When Edward Cullen initially refused to turn Bella Swan into a vampire in the Twilight saga, it was because he didn’t want her to lose her humanity. In Twilight, when Rosalie Hale continued to urge Bella Swan to stay human it was because being human connected those ‘with souls’ to the world.

In the BBC sci-fi drama, Being Human, the plot, in its simplest form, is about the three main characters (a vampire, a werewolf, and a ghost) aiming to live life normally, dealing with all the  struggles and emotions of an everyday human beings.

I guess, there is something to say about the supernatural and extraordinary seeing something spectacular in the normal.

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