Tuesday, 2 February 2016

Bride Without Her Best Friend Dear Bride: Weddings And Other Important Or Ceremonial Events Often Bring On Grief And Sadness For The People Who Are No Longer In Your Life.

I assure you, many a young parent has wanted to flee in the night. Do not feel pressured to purchase a home unless (or until) you feel more stable in the marriage. Because you seem so distressed and disassociated, it might be best for you to separate now, but, please, only do so with some therapeutic counsel and support. Start on your own and then invite your wife to join you in order to discuss your unique challenges. Be aware that you carry your history with you everywhere you go. Your challenges will not flee, even if you do. Your goal should be to live an integrated and emotionally balanced life, but you will need support to get there. DEAR AMY: Two years ago, my best friend Jackie ended our 15-year friendship because she felt manipulated and put out by me. Jackie asked me not to contact her, and I respected her wishes. A few months before Jackie ended our friendship, I started decreasing the amount of time I spent talking with her. Most of the time, she and I talked about depressing events (such as gun violence) or superficial topics (like Kim Kardashian), and we would talk about these events for days. I felt depressed and hopeless (though not about Kim Kardashian, of course), and it just was not healthy. Fast forward to now. I am engaged. While this is an exciting time, I also feel an overwhelming sadness that my best friend is not with me. I am not sure if our friendship can be repaired, or if I even want it to be repaired, but I dont know what to do with this sadness. I just miss my best friend. What should I do? Bride Without Her Best Friend DEAR BRIDE: Weddings and other important or ceremonial events often bring on grief and sadness for the people who are no longer in your life. It is simply part of the poignancy of a major life transition: Happy and sad seem intertwined. Invite Jackie to your wedding, with a note saying, I miss you!

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Sunday, 24 January 2016

Weddings, Corporate Events, Baby Showers, Bridal Showers, Retirement Parties, Were Going To Have Live Music, Antique Shows, He Said.

Through Anthracite and four other companies, Mr. Taylor has bought 20 properties in the city since August 2010,for a total of $766,650, making him one of the citys largest landowners. Several properties are downtown, which Mr. Taylor renovated into retail and office space. The bank is his single largest purchase, according to county records. Mr. Taylor said the bank building, which he is calling the Anthracite Center for now, has five floors. Most of the renovations will happen in the basement where he will open a cigar club and install a commercial kitchen to serve events, which will take place on the first floor and a mezzanine between the first and second floors. The second, third and fourth floor are office space, some of which is rented, he said. Weddings, corporate events, baby showers, bridal showers, retirement parties, were going to have live music, antique shows, he said. We have a list of 101 things you can do in there. … In the basement, were (also) planning to do a cigar club and lounge atmosphere and ultimately were trying to get to the roof to do an outdoor lounge, terrace-type set-up with glass walls, an open-air space. The bank has an 81-space parking lot, which the mayor said he plans to close off and rent as monthly parking. Our time frame for total launch is probably right around the end of July, early August, he said. The building, which closed as a bank on Nov. 6, is in good shape, Mr. Taylor said. You can walk in right now into the lobby of the bank area and you can have an event there today, he said. Mr. Taylor said he has faith that downtown Carbondale can become a hub, pointing to well-attended summertime rooftop parties at the nearby Best Western Inn and Suites. I think Carbondale … really is the hub for the upper valley, Mr. Taylor said.

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Thursday, 21 January 2016

“this Venue Was Not Only Beautiful, But Had A Comfortingfeel To It With A Lot Of Character,” Norton Said.

When the fireworks show ended, Norton turned to say something to Hendrickson, and found him on one knee. Hendrickson, holding the ring box in his hand, quipped,”How is this for a finale?” Norton was so surprised and at a loss for words that she slapped Hendrickson. While this “love slap,” as Norton calls it, might have distracted some, Hendrickson was unfazed, and officially asked Norton to marry him. The couple choose Nov.6, 2015, as their weddingdate because, as Norton puts it, “We wanted a date in the fall, and Nov. 6 just stuck with us.” Photos from the wedding of Kateri Norton and Robert Hendricksen, at Jumping Brook Country Club in Tinton Falls Nov. 6, 2015. (Galis Photography and Video) The venue The couple chose Saint Andrew’s Methodist Church ,located a stone’s throw from the lake in Spring Lake, for their ceremony. The couple opted for Jumping Brook Country Club in Tinton Falls, about 15 minutes from the church, as the site of their reception. “This venue was not only beautiful, but had a comfortingfeel to it with a lot of character,” Norton said. “It went perfectly with our elegant, fairy tale theme. … The venue was also very customizable in their options and were very accommodating to us,” Norton said. Where they saved The couple saved by rolling up their sleeves andtackling aspects of the reception with a do-it-yourself spirit. “The centerpieces and most of the decorations wereall DIY,” Norton said. “My dad had a lot to do with this part, and we saved a ton of money, and everything looked beautiful.” Where they splurged The couple decided to make their wedding receptionmore of an audio and visual experience. “We had multifocal/multicolored lighting, TV screenswith music videos and pictures of the guests playing, Norton said, plus a photo booth. How they made their wedding special It was the DIY spirit that made this wedding special in the eyes of the bride and groom. “This wedding was so special because so many peoplehad a hand in creating it,” Norton said. “It was an amazing feeling to see it all come together and look so beautiful. It made all the stress and craziness worth it.” Most memorable moments For Hendrickson, the most memorable moment of theentire day came when he saw his bride-to-be coming down the aisle. “When he first saw me when I turned to walk downthe aisle, he didn’t know whether to cry or smile,” Norton said. Norton had two very different moments that stuckout in her mind as the most memorable. “The bridesmaids and I were ahead of schedule, so onthe way to the ceremony we had the limo driver stop at the Spring Lake House Tap House ,” Norton said. “We all took a shot of Fireball.” A photo of the bridesmaid knocking backa shot of cinnamon whiskey ended up on the bar’s Instagram . The second most memorable moment for Norton cameduring the first dance.

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  • http://www.hcs.harvard.edu/~cs50-wikirace/wiki.php?article=Ghost_marriage_(Sudanese)

Tuesday, 19 January 2016

The Sit-down Wedding Breakfast Had Been The Norm For Christian Weddings For Many Years By The Mid-1920s, Perhaps Even For Centuries.

Hughes and Jim Carter as Mr. Carson on ‘Downton Abbey’ There’s actually a long tradition of matrimonial morning meals As Mrs. Hughes put it on the episode of Downton Abbey that aired in the U.S. on Sunday, her wedding day was her dayand that meant the party was to be a sit-down wedding breakfast, no matter how unfashionable Lady Mary found the idea. But Mrs. Hughes didnt just have bridal privilege on her side, she also had history. The sit-down wedding breakfast had been the norm for Christian weddings for many years by the mid-1920s, perhaps even for centuries. A common but perhaps apocryphal origin story for the wedding breakfast, as described in Heath Arndt Andersons Breakfast: A History , is that a Christian weddingany of them, until the Reformation in the 1500swould be a Mass, and the two who were to be married fasted beforehand. The party after the wedding was thus, very literally, breakfast, even if the meal tended to be a lot more substantial than what todays morning diners might expect. The English term wedding breakfast, however, appears to date from the 19th century. During a century when royal weddings set a slew of bridal precedents , royal wedding breakfasts also helped solidify the tradition. Sign up for

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  • http://www.smc.stir.ac.uk/resources/Wedding-brochure/
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Sunday, 17 January 2016

It Offers Guys A Chance To Stand Out A Little Bit In The Sea Of Black, While Still Remaining Firmly In The School Of Semi-formal Dress.

Following the overarchingtrend of men inching out into more colorful but still muted attire, many guys are gravitating towards the traditional tuxedo’s blue cousin. And it’s easy to see why: the navy tuxedo offers a more interestingalternative to the staid black tuxedo everyone else wears to black tie events. It offers guys a chance to stand out a little bit in the sea of black, while still remaining firmly in the school of semi-formal dress. The navy tuxedo isn’t an entirely new phenomenon. It’s rooted firmly in the glory days of formal dress and was extremely popular in the 1930s , when more wool mills were churning midnight navy tuxedo fabric than black. It never fully recovered from the tuxedo’s decline in the 1940s until now. Now, the navy tux has virtually blown up in popularity and not just on the red carpet. According to online rental website The Black Tux , in 2015, 17% more grooms renteda navy tuxedo for their weddings than in 2014, and around 40% of tuxes rentedfor proms and formal occassions in 2015 were navy. Overall, the proportion of navy tuxedos ordered from The Black Tux increased 26% from 2014 to 2015. View gallery . (Getty/Jason Merritt) Sam Heughan, from the show “Highlander,” turned heads with his black and navy take on black tie at the 2016 Golden Globes. This trend doesn’t seem like it’s going to slow down any time soon. The Black Tux also told Business Insiderthat the webpage for their navy model is the most-visited product page on their entire site up 36% over the last three monthscompared to the same period last year. Men are also buying more navy tuxes, with well-regarded Amsterdam-based company Suitsupply telling Business Insider that the company’s navy tuxedo is “among the best-selling this season.” As far as wearing a navy tuxedo yourself, there’s not many ways you can go wrong. “With a navy tuxedo, you stand out without being overdressed and still look the part, Nish de Gruiter, vice president for Suitsupply, told Business Insider. Navy tuxedos can go anywhere black tuxedos can.

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Wednesday, 13 January 2016

American-born Venezuelan Juan Pablo, From Season 18 Of The Show, Was Considered A Pr “disaster ” After He Made A Slew Of Controversial Statements Including How There Shouldn’t Be A Gay Bachelor And Tweeting An Offense Comment About Mentally Disabled People.

“Bachelor” host Chris Harrison discusses and dissects episodes of “The Bachelor” alongside cast members and celebrity fans in “Bachelor Live,” a live one-hour after-show.” Image: Todd Wawrychuck/ABC via Getty Images PASADENA, CALIF. It’s been 20 seasons of ABC’s The Bachelor and 11 seasons of The Bachelorette, but not one leading man or lady has yet to be African-American. This summer, that may change. Paul Lee, ABC Entertainment Group President, said at the Television Critics Association Saturday that the network is “doing a whole lot of tweaks” to the franchise. “I’d be very surprised if the [Bachelorette] in the summer isn’t diverse,” Lee told reporters following the network’s executive session. Normally, the picking process for The Bachelor, The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise originates with what Lee called “The Farm Team” a.k.a the pool of contestants that producers have used since the show’s inception in 2009. For example, season 20 Bachelor Ben Higgins was a finalist on last season’s The Bachelorette with Kaitlyn Bristowe. But Lee said he thinks “the tweaks that [producer] Mike Fleiss is putting in place will get us where we want to go.” SEE ALSO: ‘The Bachelor’ premiere: Ben Higgins is Americas most vanilla-gible man The Bachelor franchise does have diverse contestants each season. But only one season of The Bachelor had a non-white person as the lead. American-born Venezuelan Juan Pablo, from Season 18 of the show, was considered a PR “disaster ” after he made a slew of controversial statements including how there shouldn’t be a gay Bachelor and tweeting an offense comment about mentally disabled people. Post-Pablo, people have continued to point out the franchise’s lack of diversity, especially the absence of black contestants. Question: how come the show Bachelor and Bachlorette never has a black person? Single black people looking for love exist.

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Saturday, 9 January 2016

"it Can Do Music, It Can Do Ted Talks, It Can Do Comedy Acts, It Can Host Weddings, It Can Host Gospel Shows.

Peeling paint and chipped bricks easily visible to those passing by. The building is boarded up, sitting in wait, for someone to come along and fix it up. “Now is the time for the Uptown District,” Shoneman said. Coming Soon is coming soon for us. It is coming down the pipeline. The plan is to refurbish the theater so it can be restored to its original state. “It can do music, it can do ted talks, it can do comedy acts, it can host weddings, it can host gospel shows. It is a cultural attraction for everybody,” Shoneman said. The hope is that it will draw people to the Uptown area. “Any kind of live performances will be exciting,” Teel said. “Right now all we have is Crossbones and Christys and thats a little small and the acoustics are bad,” Garrison said. And no longer push them away. “If its going to be renovated, we’ll come. Live music or plays or whatever, dinner theater, whatever,” Flake said. The city was just awarded a $125,000 grant to fix up the inside of the theater. That has to happen before a contractor can come in and renovate it. Those contractor bids are due on Jan. 20.

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Friday, 8 January 2016

This Is A Small, Intimate Ballroom That People Have Weddings And Bar Mitzvahs In.

Hussein Katz In mid-December, just ahead of the two biggest nights on his calendar,New Year’sRockin’Eveandthe Jan. 10 Golden Globe Awards, Allen Shapiro appears almost giddy about the seven-plus hours of live television he and his 75-strong staff is readying. The 68-year-old CEO of Dick Clark Productions (and managing partner at Mosaic Media Investment Partners) presides over these massive undertakings, which regularly draw more than 20 million viewers apiece, as part of a portfolio of more than 10 awards shows andunscriptedseries. It can be nerve-wracking. “Certain performers, you wonder what shape they’re going to show up in,” he says with a laugh. “And no matter how good it is, you’re going to have to get up the next morning and go look at the ratings.” It’s been three years since Shapiro returned to the helm of DCP, after Red Zone Capital Management sold the group to Mosaic, Mandalay EntertainmentandHollywoodReporterparent Guggenheim Partners (since spun off to a Guggenheim executive). In the time since his homecoming — he was CEO from 2004 to 2007, first leveraging the buyout from Dick Clark himself before selling to Red Zone — Shapiro has expanded into the reality space (ABC’s short-livedRising Star, Fox’sKnock Knock Live). But live telecasts remain the bailiwick at the house thatAmerican Bandstandbuilt. DCP produces such perennial events as the Miss America pageant and the American Music Awards each of their histories told by black-and-white photographs lining the company’s Santa Monica offices. Shapiro, who got his start in music law before becoming general counsel at Playboy Enterprises in 1972 and holding such titles as chairman of TV Guide Network and a founder of talent management and production company Mosaic, invitedTHRto his office to talk everything from the Globes’ wild-card host RickyGervaisto reality TV’s struggle for the next big thing. With the Globes, what’s the biggest challenge putting on a live show at the relatively small Beverly Hilton? This is a small, intimate ballroom that people have weddings and bar mitzvahs in. The load in and load out, the trucks, the crew it all becomes a matter of scale. Just to make it look like a big television event is not easy. There’s also the challenge of moving all the talent in and out. There’s not much infrastructure built in. So we’re using hotel rooms for everything, constantly shuttling people back and forth. It’s complicated. But that’s what makes it so special. You can tell that it is this small, cool party you’re not getting into. RickyGervaisgoes off the cuff a lot. Is that fun or frustrating for you?

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Tuesday, 1 December 2015

Photos: Celebrity Weddings 2015 "it Was Wonderful!" Chung, 32, Told Us Weekly.

Jamie Chung is over the moon about her new Mrs. Status. The Once Upon a Time actress gushed about her wedding to Bryan Greenberg on Tuesday, Nov. 10, while attending the Save Our Shelter BUY ONE GIVE ONE Movement in Beverly Hills. PHOTOS: Celebrity weddings 2015 “It was wonderful!” Chung, 32, told Us Weekly. “Now we just have FOMO because it is done, all the attention is off of us. It was so much fun planning it and everyone says it goes by so quickly, which it absolutely does, and we got the best advice from all of our married friends. Like, ‘Just enjoy it because it goes by so quick.’ And that’s just what we did!” Us confirmed last month that the couple got married in a Halloween ceremony at El Capitan Canyon in Santa Barbara, Calif. On Thursday, Greenberg, 37, also opened up about their nuptials before performing at L.A.’s Graffiti Cafe for a Cafe Bustelo Pop-Up Cafe Experience event. “It was one of the best days of my life for sure!” he told Us. “I am the luckiest guy in the world!” PHOTOS: A-list honeymoon destinations As previously reported, the One Tree Hill alum and Chung began dating in the spring of 2012. On Tuesday, Chung told Us that they already have babies on the brain. “We are in absolutely no rush, but absolutely [we want kids],” she said. “He’s going to be a great dad!” PHOTOS: How star couples first met For now, though, the lovebirds are fine just taking care of their adorable pup named Ewok. “You learn a lot about your companion and your partner that way,” Chung explained. “[Bryan’s] great with Ewok. I think we both love him more than we love each other!”

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