He founded BOX Entertainment in 2002, which packaged and produced entertainment projects for Nike/Jordan Brand, Caesars Palace, RDF USA, Gloria Estefan, Justin Timberlake, Magic Johnson, and Muhammad Ali. From 2006 2010, Al worked with The Collective as head of marketing and as a partner in Collective Media (an entertainment industry management/production company) to develop, produce and package an array of entertainment marketing programs, non scripted television programming, branded entertainment and Internet properties for a wide range of corporate clients such as MGM Resorts International and entertainers such as Linkin Park, Slash, Enrique Iglesias and Peter Gabriel. In addition, Al consulted for North America’s number one music retailer Guitar Center with which he is currently the Executive Producer of the original award winning series titled “Guitar Center Session’s” for Direct TV.
From Cleveland, Ohio the great photographic location of Garfield Tomb. Per my previous HDR post, this was the first time I have ever shot in a Cemetery. Kinda spooky, but this spot feels a bit different. With a report from Canadian PressWelcome to The Globe and Mail’s comment community. This is a space where subscribers can engage with each other and Globe staff. Non subscribers can read and sort comments but will not be able to engage with them in any way.
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Facts are facts and being bothered by them or trying to be super “woke” does not change reality. So even if one person reads my comments and chooses to research for them self, it’s worth the cost of fake karma. At the end of the day I believe in equality of opportunity for all, but not in equality of outcomes, as we all have our own goals and idea of success.
Bulls coach David Howell says the hosts “copped the rub of the green with a few penalties”, and while admitting some were warranted he was left scratching his head after Raston was sin binned for a second time for a high tackle. “The second one I thought was a bit harsh considering some of the things that have been let go over the past couple of weeks,” Howell said. “It does [leave you frustrated], but they’re things that we can’t control and that’s not what lost us the game.