Lauren Anderson
American model
Lauren Anderson
'Lauren Anderson is an American model who was chosen as Playboys Playmate of the Month in July, 2002 and has appeared in numerous Playboy videos. Lauren was the winner of the TV special Who Wants to Be a Playboy Centerfold?, broadcast on Fox in May 2002. She starred in the variety production "Headlights and Tailpipes" in Las Vegas at the Stardust Resort & Casino.
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Four Young Ballerinas Celebrate Dancers Of Color Who Inspire Them
Huffington Post - about 1 month
“I want to show the ballet world it’s possible to do all these things and not be rail-thin or have blond hair,” Misty Copeland told Self Magazine last year. “I feel like I’m representing not just the little brown girls but all African-American dancers who have come before me who were never promoted because of the color of their skin.”  In 2015, Misty Copeland became the first black woman to achieve the status of principal dancer at the American Ballet Theater. But as many of our own readers have pointed out in emails and comments addressed to HuffPost Arts & Culture since, Copeland was not the first woman of color to succeed in a dance world historically filled with white, lithe bodies. Before her, for example, there’s Raven Wilkinson, one of the first African-American ballerinas permitted to join a ballet company in the 1950s. And cousins Janet Collins and Carmen de Lavallade, who were some of the first principal dancers of color with the Metropolitan Opera. Beyond those w ...
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This Photo Says Everything About Being A Ballerina Of Color Today
Huffington Post - 6 months
Today is paint day. #keepingbusyformysanity A photo posted by Chyrstyn Mariah Fentroy (@chyrstynmariah) on Sep 1, 2016 at 8:35am PDT In a scene from the ballet documentary “First Position,” the camera focuses for a moment on the mother of Sierra-Leone-born dancer Michaela DePrince. Tutu in hand, Elaine DePrince performs a seemingly innocuous task ― the painting of her black daughter’s tutus and straps. She carefully applies brown dye to every inch of the formerly pale costumery, making sure to touch up the remaining white bits with a dark Sharpie. In a world where ballerinas are expected to know how to pull their hair back in pristine buns, sew their pointe shoes into perfection, and otherwise manipulate their bodies and accessories to adapt to predetermined ideals, painting tutus might read to outsiders as but another dance ritual. If everyone had to do it. But in a world simultaneously dominated by white bodies, a world that has only recently witne ...
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What Does The Black List Mean for Screenwriters and Hollywood?
Huffington Post - about 1 year
This Post originally appeared on the blog ScreenCraft. ScreenCraft is dedicated to helping screenwriters and filmmakers succeed through educational events, screenwriting competitions and the annual ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship program, connecting screenwriters with agents, managers and Hollywood producers. Follow ScreenCraft on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. Each year, on the second Friday of December, most of the world is shopping, travelling, and working longer hours to ready for the upcoming holiday vacation and approaching New Year. But in Hollywood, the powers that be are awaiting a special announcement -- a tried and true Hollywood December tradition dating back to 2004. In partnership with Franklin Leonard, the list’s creator, Hollywood development executives create and announce The Black List -- their official list of the most liked scripts on the market. The Black List is compiled from the suggestions of over 250 film executives, each of whom contributed ...
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CD Review: <i>Good Boy</i> by Nate Paladino
Huffington Post - about 2 years
Album: Good Boy Artist: Nate Paladino Style: Nick Cave, Johnny Cash, Elvis, Leonard Cohen Released: November 7, 2014 Reviewed by: Christopher Zoukis and Randy Radic Nate Paladino is a relic of a different decade. It's almost as if he climbed into a time machine, traveled back to the 1950s and then returned to the contemporary world. While in the past, he was thoroughly inculcated with the musical culture and spirit of Buddy Holly, Elvis and the Big Bopper. This spirit of bygone days pervades his latest collection of songs, an EP entitled Good Boy. It feels like either musicians on Good Boy were teleported to the studio via Motown, or they have an incredible knack for playing old time rock n' roll. Assuming they are session players, Paladino should seriously consider making them his permanent band. The band is rocket-science tight. John Hyrkas does yeoman's work on the drums, Frank Fermi and Anthony Shadduck play bass, Steve Maggiora and Danial Kirkpatrick join in on th ...
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GOTH LOVE: Woman Meets True Love In A Graveyard
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Hopefully, meeting your loved one in a graveyard comes after a long relationship. In the case of self-proclaimed goth Lauren Anderson, the relationships started in a graveyard. But the morbid meeting was appropriate, given that both were goths growing up in a Connecticut town. "I lived on one side of the [cemetery] and he lived on the other, and I'd drive by this big house all the time and I'd hear this great music coming out of it," Anderson told HuffPost Live on Friday. "Over and over, we missed each other because he would hang out [at the graveyard] with his friends, and I would hang out there with mine." Eventually, fate pointed its black-polished fingernail at the two of them. "One day, it was just fireworks," she said. "He had on these striped stockings, and long black hair. He's so perfect." Anderson, who currently works at Gothic Renaissance, a New York-based boutique store for goths, insists she didn't get into the lifestyle as a way of rebelling agains ...
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WATCH: Why Hot Topic Isn't Goth Anymore
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Remember when Hot Topic used to epitomize goth culture? Lauren Anderson, an employee at Gothic Renaissance in New York and a self-proclaimed Goth, joined HuffPost Live and explained why this just isn't the case anymore. "Now a days ... it's what's hot. You'll find Lil Wayne t-shirts there and Bieber," Anderson told host Ricky Camilleri. "You can't get a Manson shirt there, that surprised me." But the goth community doesn't seem to be letting go of it any time soon, even if for nostalgia's sake. "You see how we all keep tabs on it though," Lauren admitted. Check out the clip above, and to learn more about goth culture today, watch the full segment here. Goth goes high fashion: Want more? Be sure to check out HuffPost Style on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest and Instagram at @HuffPostStyle.
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Scholars Review Student-Teaching's Impact
Education Week - almost 4 years
There are some large gaps in what researchers know about how student-teaching impacts teacher-candidates' skills, according to a a lengthy review published recently in the Review of Educational Research. The existing body of research tends to focus on development of teachers' beliefs, rather than on how beliefs translate to practice, or the role that faculty play in guiding them, conclude authors Lauren Anderson and Jamy Stillman, both of the University of Southern California. The scholars summarize: "The review highlights a disproportionate emphasis on belief and attitude change, a relatively slim evidence base concerning the development of actual teaching practice, a tendency towards reductive views of culture and context, and a need for more longitudinal analyses that address the situated and mediated nature of preservice teachers' learning in the field." The review comes as teacher education policymakers call on training programs to lengthen and strengthen the " ...
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Arizona Democrat To Replace Pete Stark As Sole Atheist In Congress
Huffington Post - over 4 years
(RNS) Rep. Pete Stark, D-Calif., the only openly atheist member of Congress, lost his race for another term on Tuesday (Nov. 6). But nonbelievers will not remain unrepresented in the Capitol. Democrat Kyrsten Sinema, a former Arizona state senator, Mormon-turned-nontheist and a bisexual, has narrowly won her pitch for a House seat by 2,000 votes. "We are sad to see Pete Stark go," said Roy Speckhardt, executive director of the American Humanist Association, which gave Stark its Humanist of the Year award in 2008. "He was a pioneer for us, and by being open about his lack of a belief in God we hope that he has opened the door for people like Kyrsten Sinema and others that will come after her." Stark, who turns 80 this year, is the dean of the California congressional delegation and has served Fremont, a religiously diverse community near San Jose, since 1972. He "came out" as a nonbeliever in 2007, and went on to win two re-election bids. But this time he faced rece ...
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October 12, 2012: None of the Above: Who Are They?
PBS Religion and Ethics - over 4 years
  BOB ABERNETHY: Welcome, I’m Bob Abernethy. It’s good to have you with us as we begin today a new three-part series we call “None of the Above.” It’s about the fast-rising number of people in this country who say they have no affiliation with any particular religion. According to a new survey released this week by the Pew Research Center’s Forum on Religion &amp; Public Life in partnership with this program, that number is now the highest it’s ever been in any previous Pew polling. When pollsters ask whether people are Baptist or Catholic or Jewish or some other religious tradition, more and more people say, in effect, “None of the Above.” So they have come to be called the Nones. We wanted to know who these Nones are, why they are unaffiliated, and what that says about the future of American religious life. Greg Smith is a senior researcher at Pew’s Forum on Religion and Public Life. GREG SMITH (Pew Forum on Religion &amp; Public Life): Today in 2012 almost one in five Am ...
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Eagan High School announces honor roll
Hometown Source - almost 5 years
Eagan High School has announced its 2011-12 second trimester “A” honor roll. Grade 9 Lucas Abbott, Nicholas Aldinger, Joseph Alfonso, Abdi Ali, Claire Altendahl, Austin Anderson, Reed Anderson, Erin Barcaskey, Miriam Barnicle, Nicholas Bloome, Gavin Brehm, Eli Broman, Jenna Bromen, Tyler Buresh, Celia Carlisano, Hayley Cleary, Staci Conocchioli, Jacob Dean, Kaitlyn Demartelaere, Katherine Dewolf, Wesleigh Dichter, Tina Do, Joseph Dubbels, Joshua Duchene, Dylan Duerre, Callen Duffy, Bradley Dusek, Jacob El-afandi, Eric Elert, Alissa Ellingson, Aryn Embretson, Courtney Estenson, Amelia Flocchini, Hannah Froyum, Sydney Funk, Julia Garry, Abby Gohl, Alexander Grieme, Ellen Gustafson, Berit Hansen, Margaret Harings, Ryan Hassett, Steven Hasslinger, Yodahe Heramo, Cole Hibbard, John Holm, Kyra Honkanen, David Immen, Thomas Jaakola, Tyler Jackson, Elizabeth Jaeb, Hannah Jaeb, Bartosz Janczuk, Jacob Johnson, Jennifer Johnson, Olivia Jones, Andrew Jubenville, Clare Junker, Sarah Jurgens, Jac ...
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Lady Knights Looking to Build Tennis Program - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
The top doubles team of Amanda Stoltz and Lauren Anderson has played very strong in the early going. The No. 2 doubles team of Ceberina Orosz and Morgan Schlueter and No. 3 team of Lauren Fischer and Guharaji has also been very strong in the early
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Back alley art: Students liven up downtown Roseville with mural - The Sacramento Press
Google News - over 5 years
While most students her age spend their summers posting on Facebook walls, Swain and her &quot;crew&quot; of Marina McWhirten, Lauren Anderson and Robin Guillot spent more than 63 hours over their summer break turning this wall into a mural that combines
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BYU, Utah Utes women's soccer: Cougars notch shutout - Deseret News
Google News - over 5 years
Lauren Anderson Cosby (left) of Brigham Young University battles to control the ball ahead of Katie Taylor of the University of Utah at their game in Provo, Tuesday, August 23, 2011. Dana Oldroyd of Brigham Young University battles to control the ball
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1300-plus girls pledge UA sororities in school's largest recruitment class - al.com (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
... Hattiesburg, Miss.; Katie Wilcox, Enterprise; Megan Winslow, Melrose, Mass.; Juliana Wright, Green Bay, Wis.; Patty Yann, Knoxville, Tenn.; Chelsea Yarbrough, Spanish Fort Lauren Anderson, Danville, Calif.; Lauren Ashton, Fairfax, Va.; Raven Aspen,
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Tennis team warms up for season - Hi-Desert Star
Google News - over 5 years
TWENTYNINE PALMS — With a new coach pushing toward a league title, the Twentynine Palms girls&#39; tennis team is sure to have a bright season. Coach Larry Battle, who is new as the head coach but is no stranger to the players,
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Makenzi Kovar crowned Miss Vergas - Frazee Vergas Forum
Google News - over 5 years
Princess Altona 2010 Leah Wuebben, 16, daughter of Paul and Candace Wuebben, passed the crown to the new Princess Altona 2011 Lauren Anderson. She received a $100 US savings bond along with the honor. Lauren, 13, daughter of Paul and Kimberly Anderson,
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AM Briefing - Daily Herald
Google News - over 5 years
After a scoreless first half, the Cougars scored first about 15 minutes into the second half when Lauren Anderson Crosby took a lead pass from Auna Doria and put it in the back of the net. Brittney Lyman tied the score for the Tigers in the 68th minute
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