I’ve been an avid reader of the New York Times since I was a pre-teen. My mother only spent money on anything educational, so my clothes/shoes would be from the “Sale” section, but she made sure that anything that was food for my brain, was taken care of. Thus, the annual subscription to the Times!
I recently reached out to the New York Times to use the docstoc embed feature, and they used us today to post the “MTA Rescue Plan.”
Here it is for your viewing pleasure. This plan has already stirred up much debate in the comments section.
As I’ve said before, the best part of my job is interacting with docstoc users, who are usually very cool people who have a need for documents. I came across the profile of Nicole Pierce, who works in Entertainment PR in Chi-town, and represents Trey Songz, a favorite R&B singer of mine. Here’s a bit of information about her:
“I got started in PR after the security guard from my high school died in a car accident. I was pretty close to his fiancee and her family and she needed help putting together a talent show in his honor. I was a freshman in college at the time and I did such a great job organizing talent and getting donations that I immediately went to my advisor and changed my major to Public Relations. From then on I began networking on Myspace and Facebook trying to help unsigned artists gain exposure and volunteering to help out with events and promotions. I ended up falling in love with the profession and I’ve been working hard ever since to build a name for myself.”
Yo. My name is Kat Ahn, and I started this blog to maintain my sanity while working at a tech start-up. Who am I? A Philly-born Actress/Writer/Performer. A former people pleaser who has a penchant for drawing bad stick figure cartoons and rapping spoof songs. Did I mention my parents' own a cheesesteak shop called Boo's? True story.
Matthew Seamons @ Untitled Entertainment