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The crowds begin outside, in the thick, inland California heat, where the sunny convention center plaza takes on the charged, tingly quality of a storm about to break.Various mid-tier content creators, musicians mostly, entertain a small, cheering crowd from a stage.

At the sixth annual Vid Con in Anaheim, Richard Lawson dives deep into the youthquake that took over the entertainment industry while everyone over 30 wasn’t looking. Simply walking down Anaheim’s palm-lined Katella Avenue on a July afternoon, with Disneyland on your left and the Anaheim Convention Center on your right, gives little indication of what is seething, roiling just a couple hundred yards away.

But venture off the street, back into the convention center complex, around a corner or two, and the true scope of this event, an annual meet-up of digital video creators, fans, and profiteers—an ever-expanding entertainment industry born, and built to live, on the far-away servers of You Tube and Vine—reveals itself in all its rather staggering dimensions.

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I've long held that books on fashion and costume really should all be oversized to do justice to the illustrations, and "Styling the Stars" meets and exceeds expectations in this crucial regard; the book is crammed with magnificent photographs, mostly in high-quality, crisp black and white, many of them full-page. Cartwright is the ideal author for this project, having been fitted for numerous costumes in her time as a TV and movie actress, and this really ought to be just the first in a series of books on this subject; having revealed the splendors of Fox's costume image archive, she and Mc Laren should do the same with the other great studios; MGM, Warner Brothers, Paramount, Columbia, Universal. This is an objective review of the book I purchased, and I did not receive compensation. The moment is breathtaking and truly unforgettable.

As the actress or actor steps onto the screen, they sparkle and shine, eclipsing and stealing thunder from the mountain range scenery or the salon backdrop.This is a marvelous companion to "Creating the Illusion" (which I've reviewed elsewhere), concentrating on the costumes worn by Twentieth Century-Fox's great stars, from Marilyn Monroe on - the dust jacket illustration is a wardrobe test shot of Marilyn from "There's No Business Like Show Business" - in the classic era of Hollywood. Penny Robinson of "Lost in Space", and Brigitta von Trapp of "The Sound of Music"! It has incredible images, anyone who has a taste for old Hollywood would enjoy seeing the old stills and costume shots.- and her co-author Tom Mc Laren delved through Fox's photo archives to unearth the eponymous "lost treasures" of wardrobe test photographs, taken to check the quality and accuracy of actors' and actresses' costumes, from the 1930's through the 1970's. Review of Styling the Stars: Lost Treasures from the Twentieth Century Fox Archive - by Lorraine Dmitrovic.Learning disabilities can create educational and social challenges to those who struggle with them.Despite their learning obstacles, the following stars are living proof that students struggling with learning disabilities can achieve their dreams.In sitting down to write the novel, I decided to make it easy on myself.

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